Having a Counter Read in place with a Bubble on the outside of a spread formation “constrains” the number of players a defense can keep in the box. If a defense chooses to pack the box with defenders to cover the B-back, they expose receivers on their flank. With the Y coming across the formation, this can spell disaster for undisciplined defenses.
|QB||E: Squeeze pull, flat footed or widens give. S: Widens Run, Flat footed or attacks LOS throw bubble|
|B||Counter foot work, get tackled if you don't get the ball.|
|X||Block man on.|
|Y||Short motion across formation, into bubble.|
|H||Block man on.|
|Z||Block man on.|
|PST||Vs 3/2 Double with PSG to first LB head up to backside of C; Vs 2i/1 work to to first LB head up to backside of C.|
|PSG||Vs 3/2 Double with PST to first LB head up to backside of C; Vs 2i/1 Block 2i/1.|
|BSG||Pull and kick out E.|
|BST||Pull and work to 1st inside PSLB.|
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