NASHVILLE, Tenn. – An NFL offensive script is rarely called in order.script

Things don’t go exactly according to the plan. But a team’s got, say, three first-and-10 plays it wants to run against certain looks early, and other calls for certain situations that are bound to arise in the game’s first 10 to 15 plays.

“The first 15 plays, offenses generally have some success because they are scripted plays where they have all week to prepare for your defense,” Logan Ryan recently told us on The Midday 180. “They’re going to run their best stuff. So you’ve got to survive what we call the script.”

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