Hi, I'm a new coach working with a team of 7-9 year olds. I'm trying to figure out how to get their passing game going and I have a very basic question. Do you recommend trying to teach the QB to hit kids on the run or telling the receivers to run to a spot and wait there? The former seems tough for kids this ago to pull off. But the latter doesn't seem likely to work unless the QB gets the ball out very quickly. The defenses aren't so clueless that they'll just let a kid stand around open for a few seconds until the QB notices him. How have others handled this? Thanks in advance for any advice. P.S. Rules: Five on five, QB can't run nor can defense rush until five seconds after the snap.