Sure, this may be one of the earliest plays you can possibly learn in the pee-wee passing game, but the tight-end pop pass coming out of a stretch play can still gain serious yardage in the seam and create big plays. It’s certainly one for your arsenal. Check out these X’s & O’s.
|QB||Quick stretch fake and find Y on pop|
|B||Fake stretch carry out fake|
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