The Fisher Law Firm Friday Q&A: Wide Receivers, the ’30 Package’ and Scripted Plays

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1.) We used to read about our first x-number of plays being “scripted”. Is that something that the present staff is doing or is it more situational now? – DonHo-kieHi

Chris Coleman: That’s a very good question. I was actually thinking about that recently. To refresh your memory, Bryan Stinespring used to script the first 15 plays of the game. He did that because he wanted to know early in the game how defenses were aligned against certain formations and personnel groupings. That would give him a better idea of what to call later in the game.