Identifying Every NFL Team's Base Offense

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Identifying Every NFL Team's Base Offense
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It could be stated that offenses in the NFL have morphed into multiple schemes under three different umbrellas. 

You can find the West Coast offense in nearly every single playbook in the league. "Air Coryell" finds itself meshed into different schemes, while the Erhardt-Perkins scheme, first made famous in New England, is being utilized in a more widespread manner today. 

Then you have the pistol and read-option sets that threaten to revolutionize how offenses are run in the NFL. 

Either way you look at it, each team runs its own variation of these schemes. Some go all out and employ multiple philosophies within the same playbook. Others stick with what has worked in the past. 

Today's article is going to identify every team's base offense and give you a look at what they are attempting to do on that side of the ball entering the 2013 season. 

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