1) X on Curl
2) Y on Streak
3) B on Fade
4) Motion B and Snap the Ball Before he sets.
1) A on a Whip Route
This play has it all. It has the ability to attack every side of the field quickly, thus making it effective against a player who blitzes a lot. Whether the tight end on the right is on his delayed drag or whip route he presents an excellent underneath target to hit if your opponent is too concerned with the streak, fade, and wheel route. The curl on the right is an excellent bailout against a player who plays man or has his corners in a deep zone.