For teams that move fast and play faster, the Midline Outside Zone (OZ) is a tremendous asset. With the outside zone, the quarterback must read his first defensive lineman on the back side. If the lineman gets upfield or stays put, the quarterback hands the ball to the T. If the defensive lineman moves laterally, the quarterback pulls and replaces.
|QB||Read 1st DL backside. If he gets up the field or sits hand ball to T. IF he moves laterally pull and replace|
|T||Outside zone Footwork. You are responsible for the mesh
|H||Cut Off Man On
|Z||MOR Run Off
|PST||Outside Zone Rules|
|PSG||Outside Zone Rules|
|C||Outside Zone Rules|
|BSG||Veer release to LB
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