The Wide Tackle 6-2 Defense is a great defense for youth football. It gives you a strong 8-man box which will help you shutdown the run.
Playing cornerback is difficult, there’s no doubt about it. It is a position where you need confident kids that are also a great athletes.
Zone blitzing is something that I feel isn’t utilized very much on the youth football level. It’s a very underrated and under-utilized coverage/ blitz scheme.
We’re a defense that plays Cover 3 as our base coverage. There aren’t many teams on the youth football level that run zone coverage, but we are one of the few teams that do run zone and do it with consistent success.
There are several different slants and stunts that can be implemented to generate blocking confusion and put pressure on the offensive line. Below are our favorite ones!
Here’s a look at our Storm Blitz out of the 4-2-5 defense. This blitz is execute from the wide side of the field.
If you follow these 5 principles you will control the line of scrimmage and when you control the line of scrimmage you control the entire game! These are techniques that you need to commit practice time too.
Tackle Rings have become one of the hot teaching tools in the football coaching profession. While they can be a great tool, it’s important that you know how to use them correctly so that your team can get the most out of them.
The Overload Blitz sends more defenders than the offense has can block. This overload attacks the off-tackle and edge of the offense.
It was a great year for Youth Football Online’s blog. We published over 100 new articles and pages in 2019.
Now that the season is over for the majority of us it’s time we take a look and reflect on the past season. This is a very important process for coaches.
The Inside Zone is one of the top offensive schemes in football. This play is so dominant because it can be run from so many different formations and personnel groups.
The limiting factor on all football teams is time. Every team has a limited amount of practice time and a limited amount of practice reps.
One of the more popular drills for defensive linemen to show off their athletic ability is called “Running the Hoop.” This is a simple drill that applies to linemen at all levels.
One thing that all coaches, players and parents can agree on is no one wants to have a practice where there are lots of kids standing around. Kids standing around at practice are not getting better at football and normally are not having fun.