“Information is a source of learning. But unless it is organized, processed, and available to the right people in a format for decision making, it is a burden, not a benefit.”
-William Pollard, Physicist
Offensive IN-GAME Tendency Tracker
Your defensive staff can make better adjustments based on in-game reports that keep track of your opponent’s offense. Using simple data entry, your opponent’s offensive play information will quickly be grouped by Down and Distance and sorted by formation. A run vs. pass percentage is also included alongside each down and distance range.
Defensive IN-GAME Tendency Tracker
Your offensive staff can see how a defense is reacting to your formations, personnel, down and distance, and motions during the game. Your offensive calls and information will be grouped by personnel and sorted by formation. The defensive fronts, stunts, blitzes, and coverages will be alongside them.
Get to know your opponent’s gameplan as it is unfolding —and respond quickly—making better adjustments with our new IN-GAME Tendency Trackers. Pre-game analysis of your opponent based on film and stats helps you identify their strengths and weaknesses, but it doesn’t tell you their strategies for your specific game.
You can have a thorough, organized breakout of what your opponent is doing—on game day as the game progresses—by assigning one of your coaches to the In-Game Tendency Trackers. With a laptop computer and printer set up in the booth or on the sidelines, reports can easily be printed and analyzed between series and at halftime. Or consider giving a headset to a coach in the booth, who can use the In-Game Tendency Trackers to relay information down to the field.
Coaches agree—some members of their staff could be more useful by creating Tendency Tracker reports during the game. All it takes is simple data entry—then, at any point in the game, create a report that can be analyzed easily and printed on one page.