Getting the idea many are convinced that "WCO" means "dink and dunk" passing offense. Or a short passing offense where receivers magically spring open to catch 5-yd floaters in stride before sprinting 80 yards to paydirt.
Such is not the case, but let's hear it from the masses. What is...the "West Coast Offense"? Did Walsh really invent it? Is it about personnel groupings, formations, plays? Is it a balanced attack? Passing to set up the run? Running to setup play-action? Do you need a deep threat? How about a TE? Is the pass catching FB still necessary? Is their a "type" of QB that has to be employed for it to work? Let's hear it. We're all "experts" (myself included =D), so let's lay it on out there.
Heated debate should follow. Insults should fly. Wild accusations, hurt feelings, and maybe, just maybe, through it all...we'll learn something.
No, probably not... Let 's do it anyway. The preceding dialogue can't possibly be any more inane than what Kawakami typically writes...