Split Zone is a great play meant to look like Zone Read to freeze the defensive end for a kick-out block from the tight end or fullback.
If the backside linebacker adds into the call side, throw the Dig in behind him. If he stays, expand to the #3 wide receiver or hand the ball to the running back.
When the running back leaves the box on this Inside Zone RPO, if the Mike linebacker doesn’t follow him, throw it to him. If he does, hand it off.
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.
This play is a great change-up for your zone read game and is also a great way to isolate a good 3 tech by putting him in a position he isn’t used to.
Levels is an easy progression for the quarterback as the wide receivers should enter his vision naturally in order of the progression.
Split Zone is a great play meant to look like zone read to freeze the defensive end for a kick out block from the tight end or fullback.
Our motto is, “Small menu, large understanding.” We limit run and pass plays so players can execute against all defensive looks. This is key to great RPOs.
Here’s a Lumberjack’s approach to chopping down the run. Be simple in your techniques and progressions, and know repeatable processes are key to success.
In the closing seconds of an early-December 2018 matchup between the Miami Dolphins and New England Patriots, the Dolphins won in the most unlikely way.
The Midline is the “up-the-middle” concept for your offense. The most basic type of Midline play is a double-option between the quarterback and the B-back.
The quarterback’s read on the Dart RPO is critical to the success of the play. The QB has a pre-snap read and post-snap decision on the nickel or safety.