This article will show you 5 different ways to beat the defense with motion. In my opinion, motion is a very underrated and underutilized tactic in youth football.
These 10 plays are great for all levels of football. These are all plays that you can build your offense around.
The Sprint-out Passing Game is great for smaller and/or more athletic quarterbacks. This concepts forces the defense to defend the entire width of the field while also having to defend the QB as a running threat.
The Blast Football Play is on of the best plays in all of football. It’s a play that works very well on all levels of football.
There is no better way to open up the run than by having, and calling, a good play action concept. By throwing the ball deep after faking a run the offense will open up space to run by keeping perimeter players out of the box.
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A great H Back can be the hardest thing for the defensive to deal with. A truly great H Back has the ability to make a block inside on the run game while still being able to run routes and beat a linebacker in the passing game.
The Shallow Cross Passing Concept is a great way to stretch the defense out horizontally. It’s great against man to man coverage.
The Buck Sweep is a great play because it allows you to get your athletes the ball in space. It features down blocks at the point of attack, with the play-side guard pulling and kicking out the edge defender.
The Pistol Wing T Jet Series is a systematic attack where all the plays complement each other. This 3 play series includes Jet Sweep, Belly, and Belly Pass.
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.
At any level of football one of the most dangerous things to defend is speed on the edge of the field. As a result, defenses will work hard to keep outside leverage and keep everything inside of them.
Running an effective two-minute drill is one of the toughest things to do in football. The ability to teach players how to move down the field using a limited amount of time will stress any coaching staff.
As an up-tempo spread based team, we are always looking to get our receivers as many catches as possible. Because we have short practices we often miss out on individual time where receivers can get the base catches that allow them to develop the skill necessary to make big time catches in games.
The Push Screen RPO is easy to install and it’s a concept that can be executed on the youth football level. This run pass option gives the QB an easy pre-snap read.