The slant and go, or Sluggo, is used to great effect by many offenses. It is one of the oldest, most reliable West Coast offense concepts. Typically, the receiver sprints off the line for three steps and breaks inside for a couple more before bursting vertically up the field.
|QB||Pump Fake the Sluggo. IF FS moves towards Sluggo take the Seam. If FS stays in middle of the field throw Sluggo.
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