Home Sports Redskin How Aaron Rodgers learned to embrace the NFL’s pre-snap motion revolution SportsRedskin How Aaron Rodgers learned to embrace the NFL’s pre-snap motion revolution November 5, 2020 2 Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp A pre-snap motion revolution has been brewing in the NFL over the past several years. Ever since Sean McVay and Andy Reid helped popularize the jet sweep at the professional level, fast-moving motions have become a symbol of NFL innovation. But this season, dizzying amounts of pre-snap movement aren’t just limited to a few creative systems. They’ve started infiltrating offenses led by mainstay play-callers and QBs who’ve rarely turned to them in the past. For most of his career, Aaron Rodgers and the Packers seldom used pre-snap motion. During Mike McCarthy’s final season with the franchise in 2018, Green Bay used motion on just 30.2 percent of snaps — the third lowest rate in the NFL. This season, that number has jumped to 59.1 percent — the sixth highest rate in the league, and that shift has required a considerable adjustment for one of the best QBs in NFL history. Through Week 7, Rodgers and the Packers also ranked sixth in percentage of… READ NEWS SOURCE RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Source: Vanderbilt fires Derek Mason. But can it seize chance? — Rexrode What happened in football today: November 29 2020 USMNT to host El Salvador in December friendly [SB Nation: Hogs Haven] – NFL Week 12: Stress-free Sunday open thread NFL injuries: Todd Gurley, Julio Jones, Christian McCaffrey, Tua Tagovailoa out NFL Week 12 live updates What do the Ravens have left? A look at a roster decimated by injury, illness The lights are coming on for Joey Hauser Can Tom Brady stay unbeaten against defending Super Bowl champs? Alex Smith? Cam Newton? Justin Fields? Experts explore WFT’s future QB options Six free agents the Nationals could actually sign without busting the budget Run-game re-emphasis and the two versions of Spencer Petras: Iowa takeaways LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.