For this route, the receiver heads towards the sideline off the line of scrimmage when the ball is snapped. Then, once near the sideline, the receiver cuts upfield to run a typical Fly (Up) pattern. Useful for deep passes that give the receiver a good chance to get out of bounds and stop the clock when time is against you.

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