Perhaps the most talked-about play in Super Bowl LII, Philly Special is a trick play designed to get the quarterback into the flat to receive a pass. In the Philadelphia Eagles’ version of the play, it starts with Trips Bunch Left and ends with a spectacular fourth-down catch by quarterback Nick Foles for the touchdown and a 10-point lead over the New England Patriots headed into the half.
— Philadelphia Eagles (@Eagles) February 6, 2018
|QB||Pretend to change the play, pause behind OT, pause for a count after snap, run to flat|
|T||Take snap, run stretch, and pitch to H|
|X||1 Step Slant|
|Y||Wham path seal edge|
|H||Reverse path, catch pitch from T, pass to wide open QB in flat|
|PST||Reach block; you are running outside zone|
|PSG||Reach block; you are running outside zone|
|C||Reach block; you are running outside zone|
|BSG||Reach block; you are running outside zone|
|BST||Reach block; you are running outside zone|
— NFL (@NFL) February 10, 2018
Make Every Meeting Interactive With Just Play Group Sessions
Whether you are meeting remotely or in person, keep your athletes engaged throughout your entire meeting. Sign-up for early access now.X's & O's diagrams are built using Just Play, a digital playbook and player learning platform designed to help teams better prepare to win. For more football-specific content and plays from Just Play Sports Solutions, follow @JustPlayFB and join the conversation today.