What has caused the changes to the offense in football since the beginning of the game? (Tag: Football)
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In the game of American Football, the offense has become a sort of art form. To outmatch defenses is still the hardest thing to do in the sport, so throughout the years, this “art form” has continuously evolved to put up more and more points. But how specifically has the offense changed from the beginning of football? How has the offense developed over the years to what it is today? That is what I am trying to figure out.
How has the offense developed over the years to what it is today? (Tag: Football)
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