We believe in creating space for our playmakers. We have a deep held belief that if we get the ball to our playmakers and they are matched up against a defender one on one, our playmakers will make good things happen.
Happy New Year Everyone! It is officially the off-season for most youth football coaches.
One of the most effective skills a Quarterback can have is the ability to throw the football on the run. When the Quarterback is able to break the pocket and threaten the defense with the run, while at the same time being able to throw the ball to a receiver downfield, the defense is put […]
The Beast Counter Belly Play is a great play that gives you power at the point of attack. Counter also adds an element of deception to the formation.
We have talked multiple times about the importance of creating an offensive system that looks complex to the opponent but is very simple for your players to master. One way to achieve this easily is by using the formation system we described in the previous article to create multiple formations while limiting learning for the […]
There are a couple of things in our offense that we love. We love going into the Trips formation to force the defense to make a choice on if they want to use more defenders to combat our backside receiver or the three receivers on the wide side of the field.
Season Overview The 2018 season was the most memorable season of my coaching career. This was without a doubt my best season to date.
Cover 4 has become a common coverage to combat the Spread to Run style of offense. There’s a great reason for this, Cover 4 is a great coverage.
There are a few things that Defensive coaches hate. One of them is tight ends and another is unbalanced formations.
Many people think that tempo stresses a defense. They will blindly say that the faster we go on offense, the more stress it puts on a defense.
How effective is your play calling? This is something that every coach needs to look at when the season wraps up.
One thing that offensive lines struggle with at all levels is how to adapt the blocking schemes for the upcoming opponent. One way to decrease these questions is to use less blocking schemes so that the offensive line is comfortable against different looks.
As a coach the thing that I can’t stand is a lack of efficiency. When our players are on the field during practice, I want to make sure they are always in constant motion and getting better at their skill sets.
One of the easiest ways to keep things simple in the passing game is through the use of tags. We use tags off of our base plays that allow the players to trade responsibilities.
There are many great run schemes that you can build your offense around. I have chosen the Inside Zone because it’s easy to teach, it’s highly versatile, and it can create easy double teams on the line of scrimmage.