Force the defense to practice against split zone and triple option, and get some draw action, with this flexbone wrinkle.
Linebacker success derives from buying into philosophy, turning fundamentals into habits, and developing as individuals on and off the field.
This Outside Zone Play gives you a lead block to the front side linebacker while reading the back side end man on line of scrimmage (EMOLS).
In this classick trick play, the tackle must get enough depth to be behind the depth of the QB in order for this to be legal.
Among players and coaches, the consensus seems to be that their favorite period of practice is team. With the practice being tilted heavily toward team and group work, this magnifies the importance of your 10-15 minutes of individual time.
Combo protection is a half-man, half-slide protection. The running back is accountable to check release the linebackers away from the call.
If you are going to run down-field RPOs, limit your quarterback’s reads. Lead Zone is perfect for any RPO. There is no read on the run.
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In the Jet Sweep PAP Post Wheel, double run fakes cause the defense to step up to allow your receivers to get behind them.
If the defense is in 2-Man, the play-action fake causes the linebacker to set up allowing the running back to slip behind him.
This Play-Action Pass Boot is a great change-up to the Buck Sweep. With both guards leading the LB away from the play, the drag opens up.
The purpose of this article is to demonstrate simple drills to maximize time while training multiple movement skills for the defensive back.