NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Nate Washington jokes that Titans offensive coordinator Chris Palmer has been busy in the “lab” scheming up new ways for Tennessee to attack on offense. Well, what’s new actually is something a bit old school.Just call it a variation of the run and shoot.Palmer said Thursday he is expanding the playbook from the limited approach introduced last year that provided minimal options for receivers. It’s the same offensive system Palmer has been using for 20 years, dating to his days working with the then-Houston Oilers when now-Titans head coach Mike Munchak played guard alongside current offensive line coach Bruce Matthews and blocked for Warren Moon when they called it the run and shoot.“I’ve taken that every place I’ve gone,” Palmer said. We’ve been fortunate to be successful with it.”Palmer said the run and shoot is alive and well and points to the number of NFL teams using four wide receiver-sets. The biggest difference from the pass-happy offense the Oilers used to now is protecting the quarterback. Palmer said the key now is dropping the quarterback instead of rolling behind the tackle to throw.“To score you’ve got to be able to throw the ball. To win, you’ve… Read full this story
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