This is very good information and it provides a great look at the varying perspectives and methods of execution. The reason we run Triple from the Diamond Formation is because it creates advantages for all of the issues stated. As long as our QB understands the count, and our linemen take their power step as they've been taught (which encompasses area and numbers rules), the entire system and associated footwork of all personnel creates an adaptive advantage in the execution, and exploitation of the defense.

The footwork of the Dive Back provides inherent advantages to necessary directional changes. In addition, since he's in a two-point stance at the onset of the play, he can gain a greater visual advantage of defensive movement and visualize three different points of attack from the established dive track without changing his footwork and mesh-point. Regardless of whether you call it a mid-line, or inside or outside veer, if our dive back remembers his rules, he should always h...