Although not depicted in the rules, what happens if the defense jumps offsides? Does that count as a free 5 yards and a free play? Since the QB (me) would be keeping the ball anyway, why not do everything possible to act like I was going to snap the ball, change up the cadence each time, and tell the rest of the offense when I was going to snap the ball in the huddle. Certainly, dragging out the count multiple snaps in a row and then hiking the ball immediately the next play would catch the defense flat footed. I don't really think getting 10 yards would be that hard on 10 plays (again, run the Eagles wedge play each time). If it were 4 downs instead of 10, then maybe I would think about it. But 10 yards in 10 plays shouldn't be that difficult if I could be the QB instead of the RB receiving the handoff. That would be a lot more difficult.This is the right approach and I think it likely works but at the risk of $1M I just take the bird in the hand and enjoy.So I can take the Eagles offense and run the wedge play 10 times? IN.
All those guys thinking they could take a hand off and have any shot are just dreaming. The only way is getting a push initially from the O-line and getting over 1 yd a rush by the rugby scrum. This is the best chance you will have.