Tom Smart, Deseret News
Throwing the ball quickly can be very frustrating for a pass rusher, according to the article. Quick passes stop defensive linemen from trying their hardest on every play which can also open things up on the ground.
A well-designed screen pass can throw off a defensive line and stop the opposing team from rushing the passer, according to the article. Having the offensive linemen release on their blocks and then tossing the ball to the running back. Bubble screens thrown to the receiver can also be good at frustrating pass rushers because the ball is out of the quarterback's hands before they have any time to hit him.
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