We’ve all tried them. We’ve all succeeded and we’ve all failed. The fake punt can take a number of different forms, but usually boils down to the punter either throwing or running from the backfield after defenders have turned downfield to block for the punt return. Here’s a Fake Punt with Snag to add to your arsenal of trick plays.
|P||Look to Flat then Run if not there.|
|Z||Short Motion into 5 yd Spot|
|Y||10 yd Corner|
|PP||Flat 2 yd don't drift|
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