The Outside Zone Bend Back is a nice twist on outside zone and a great compliment for a team that runs a lot of outside zone with a lead blocker. The key to this play is to sell outside zone hard to get the defense to flow over the top and seal them to the play side.
Two Back Outside Zone is a great quick hitting perimeter run with a lead back for protection and to gain numbers to the play side. It uses fast zone blocking to stretch the line of scrimmage, always looking for seams in the defense.
As a spread offense, you need to put your athletes in space in a position to win. You can do this in the run game by using the pin and pull concept.
For teams that move fast and play faster, the Midline Outside Zone (OZ) is a tremendous asset. The QB begins by reading his first defensive lineman.
If taught effectively and executed well, stretch can be a consistent piece of moving the ball each week and give you a go-to play all in times of need.