Shallow Cross is a great way to confuse the defense while still providing your team with a short pass that has a high probability for completion. With two receivers crossing through the middle of the field, often times there will be at least one of them that breaks free into open space on the other side of the field. Devoting the rest of the team to pass blocking should give your Quarterback enough time to find the open receiver and throw him the ball.
Formation: I Formation
Play Type: Pass Play