The best thing about the wildcat offense is the unbalanced line. There are defensive coaches that do not even notice that the offense is unbalanced (having more blockers to one side). This leaves the defense outflank and outnumbered, which is a recipe for defensive disaster. Even when defenses shift and adjust to the unbalanced line this offense will still work, that is the beauty. You have seen the wildcat offense become popular when the Arkansas Razorbacks ran it a few years ago. The Miami Dolphins are also known to run it. The Wildcat offense has made a bit of a comeback (also known as the single wing offense).
Wildcat Sweep Play (click to enlarge)
The sweep play is what makes this offense so explosive. Down blocking, kick-out and seal blocking on edge defenders is the best way to run this offense. This play does not always end up going outside, if there is room inside the running back should cut up inside. You can even run jet sweep to the motion back. The unbalanced line will allow for multiple blockers at the point of attack, which will also allow you to have double teams on really good defenders. This is a simple, yet effective offense. Click the link if you want to get some dominate youth football offensive playbooks. All playbooks include, a youth football blocking scheme, series based scheme, practice routine, play calling progression, color diagrammed plays VS various defenses and much more!