A play caller must decide whether to be a reactive or proactive play caller. A reactive play caller sees the defense as an unpredictable opponent. He is not sure where the defense will align, where they will blitz from, and what techniques they are playing in their defense. A proactive play caller sees the defense as a predictable opponent. That opponent has predictable defensive alignments which allows him to know where the blitz can come from, and to identify specific defensive techniques which defenders are using to defend his run and pass plays. This book is going to show you how to become a proactive play caller. A play caller who believes he controls the defense. A play caller who believes the defense must play the way you make them play by use of your formations and plays. That you, the play caller, are in control of the defensive opponent's players. To become a proactive play caller there are important play calling techniques and philosophies that you must know and learn. In this book, Coach Renner details those techniques and philosophies. They include how to use formations to see all 22, know where the ball is in the middle of the field or on a hash mark, how to know where the numbers advantage is, how to know where the blitz can come from, knowing your blocking schemes, knowing which defender you are attacking, how to keep track of how much you gain, how to not give up on a play, how to run the play and watch the defender's reaction, how to know what you opponent does well and avoid it, how motion limits play selection so be stagnant, and why down and distance doesn't matter. Coach Renner describes how each of these areas are important to a play caller and to being able to consistently score on offense. Coach Renner has called plays for 30 years, 23 years as a head coach. He has a consecutive game touchdown scoring streak of 141 games, a span of the last 13-years. During that time, his offenses averaged 31.1 points per game and 6+ wins per season. These things were achieved at four different high schools in two different states. This book will show you how to prepare yourself as an offensive play caller to call plays to consistently score like that.