One of the most difficult tasks in football is getting Linebackers to have an effective pass drop. Linebackers, by their nature, are not great pass defenders.
The Power Play is one of the most universal running schemes in football. In order to defend it properly the defense must have all players on their game and completing their jobs.
The Jet Sweep is a difficult play for any defense to defend. The heart of what makes the Jet Sweep so difficult to defend is the play design.
Defensive Coordinators have one of the hardest jobs in football. They must prepare for an offense that can run just about any formation or play out of that formation.
There are 4 things all championship defenses do well. They all pursuit relentlessly to the ball carrier, they are able to beat blocks, they tackle well, and they are able to generate turnovers.
Championship defenses all have one thing in common, they all do a great job of swarming the ball carrier. There is nothing more demoralizing for an offense than having a defense that is absolutely smothering.
There are 5 reasons why you need levels to your defense. Having three distinct levels of defense will allow your players to pursuit to the ball carrier, it will help defend against passing plays, and it will allow you to utilize the different physical skill sets of your players.
In the modern game teams are moving towards more running Quarterbacks. This, combined with the Spread Offense, has led to an increase in the average points scored in games.
The heart of any defense is finding a way to adjust to formations quickly using simple rules. It’s important for a defense to be able to adapt to defend a Wing-T set one week and still be able to turn around and defend a Spread team the next.
The Alabama Blitz is an all out blitz that works very well against spread offenses. This blitz is from a stacked look which will confuse the offensive line.
Playing Championship Defense Offenses sell tickets, defenses win championships! Championship Defenses: Tackle well Create turnovers Get off blocks Proper alignment vs.
This Overload Blitz- 3-3-5 Defense will overwhelm the offensive line. Since the linebackers are stacked, it will generates confusion at the line of scrimmage.
Defending the Spread Offense The Spread Offense is becoming a popular youth football offense. There are more and more youth football teams across the country that are implementing the spread offense.
Prevent Defense Prevent defense is all about not giving up the big play. Prevent defense should be used when there is little time left in the game or a half and the other team is trying to score.
Defensive Installation Week- Shark Week Coaches, I decided to try something new this season during our defense install week. I decided to actually create a theme for our defense.