In an effort to attack offenses when the disc is on the sideline, many teams use a 'rotated' mark to take away the reset. As the mark shifts to cut off the 45-degree angle backwards, the reset defenders shift to take away the upfield reset cut, effectively bracketing the thrower's 'safe' options.
As an offensive player, what do you look for to break this defensive strategy? As a coach, how do you prepare to play against this defensive scheme?
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