The defensive coordinator is in a unique position in the NFL.
The ability to make a play on the ball in space is extremely valuable and the ability to react to the play before the play even happens is the biggest advantage a coach has over a full-time assistant.
And while it may seem like a small advantage, the defensive coordinator will be able to see the field as quickly as anyone else and it will make the play on a dime.
Here’s how to get a head start on your defensive coordinator search.
Identify the offensive coordinator position.
As the offensive coach, you have a lot more control over the offense than you do a defensive coach.
But this is where you need to know your offense.
You need to identify who your offense’s offensive coordinator is.
What are their strengths and weaknesses?
What are the strengths and the weaknesses of the team?
When you hire a defensive or special teams coach, this is what you need for your hire.
Identifying strengths and weakness in your offense 2.1.
The strengths and weaknesses of your offense can be divided into five areas: 1.
The quarterback: The most important aspect of your defense is how your offense executes.
That is a major component of the offensive philosophy.
Your offensive coordinator will need to have a keen eye for when to play a zone, a zone-read, and other plays that involve a quarterback running the offense.
The more successful the offense, the better the quarterback.
The defense is also very good at running play action.
This is a huge asset in the offense because it gives the offense time to get the ball out of its hands.
The play-action passing game is also one of the most effective weapons you have to throw against a defense. 2