The book has five sections:
o 18 offensive line drills
o 13 running back drills
o 16 quarterback drills
o 16 receiver drills
o 12 team drills
Part I, Offensive Line, focuses on developing skills such as blocking, recovery, mobility and body control, footwork and stance, recognition of defensive fronts, and pass protection.
Part II, Running Back, centers on blitz packages, ball security, footwork and leverage, techniques for staying inbounds, ball handling while running, reactions to different defensive looks, fundamentals of the low block, and open field running.
Part III, Quarterback, develops skills such as proper exchange, pass set and delivery, avoiding defensive pressure, quick release, drop techniques, shuffle, and pass accuracy.
Part IV, Receiver, details how to do a pre-snap read and recognize man coverage, improve concentration, make cuts with proper speed, catch the ball while on the move, catch the football with hands extended, improve footwork, and develop stalk blocking techniques.
Part V, Team Offense, emphasizes areas of execution such as the opening 20 plays, screens and special plays, pass plays, and the fundamentals of pulling.