The Flood concept is a great way to overload zone coverage and is a good, easy read for your quarterback. His progression is fairly straightforward.
There is an extremely wide variety of quarterbacks today, so wide that there is no mold for what a prototypical quarterback even is.
The Mesh Drill has been critical in ball security & gaining an understanding of which defender is in conflict for each RPO concept.
Efficiency at a high rate of speed is what you want to become to control the tempo. Playing with a lot of speed is the way you go about it.
Over the years, the Sprint Out passing game at Maine Maritime Academy has continued to adapt and evolve through the development of our roster’s talent.
How you should be attacking the boundary one on one with different routes & taking what the defense gives you by boundary safety alignment & movement.
A long stayed passing concept and adaptable at many levels, Y-Stick and its variations hold answers to defeating both man and zone coverages.
The power play has been around the game of football for decades and is a proven winner, but the one back power play has proven even more effective.
RPOs accomplish the primary goals of an offense; they create space and a numbers advantage by putting players like the Outside Linebacker out of position.
Training offensive linemen in the art of pass protection must be grounded in core beliefs to help players become proficient in an unnatural skill set.
In an RPO, up-tempo offense, there are some skills that wide receivers need to exercise for individual success, as well as the success of the entire offense.
Part of an effective offense is placing defenders in a run-pass conflict. Using Split Flow Inside Zone can manipulate the defense at all levels.
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