A staple play of the system is SCAT 525 F POST; from Zampese/ Coryell to Turner to Martz to all the others who descend from this lineage, this play was sure to figure prominently in the play selection.
There are only 2 caveats:
1. The post runner is not to chop his steps -- this is an absolute in this offense in general
2. The post MUST cross the face of the man over him.
If #2 DOES NOT happen, the passer hitches up, and swings his eyes backside, to the 3 man pattern created there. While the likes of Aikman, Warner, Fouts, and even Everett have shown the ability to do so, I would place this on the higher end of the spectrum, as far as degree of difficulty is concerned.
As a solution, I offer BANDIT, which is a variation of BRONCO, the backside option route discussed here.
On the Cowboys' first 3rd and medium last Thursday, Dallas dialed up 525 F Post. The Raiders had a 2 man disguise, only to come up with a Zone Blitz.