One of the major things that all defenses struggle to do well is line up correctly to a formation. Most coaches spend hours of practice time every week working with their team on how to correctly align to each formation.
Calling plays is one of the most stressful and rewarding experiences in football. There is no other sport such a large amount of pressure is put on the coach.
One of the most frustrating things that can occur when you are running an offense is to go against a blitz heavy team. This is true at all levels but is especially true at the youth league level.
The Waggle Play out of the I Formation is a great play that will allow you to take advantage of overaggressive defenses. This is a play-action passing play off of Power or ISO action.
Calling plays on offense is one of the hardest skills for a coach to develop. You have to put your players in a position to be successful while still accounting for the fact that the opposition might line up incorrectly and ruin all of your planning.
The Tight-end Out Passing Concept is a great play-action play that puts the outside linebacker in conflict. Most of the time the outside linebacker will bite up for run, leaving the Tight-end wide open in the flat.
The A Gap Power Blocking Scheme is one of the most used run schemes in football. It allows the offense to get a double team at the point of attack while also bringing a Guard from the backside to lead up on the playside blocker.
The Fullback Dive Play in youth football is a fast hitting interior play. This is one of the best plays in football because it is a fast hitting play.
This fullback pass play is a play I saw when I attended a local high school football game this past weekend. I like this play very much and it definitely can be effective on the youth football level.
As Admiral Ackbar said, IT’S A TRAP!!
Toss Sweep Football Play The toss sweep football play is an excellent way to get your athletes the ball out in space. The toss sweep play can be utilized out of almost any formation.
Utilizing Motion in Your Offense The majority of youth football teams do not utilize any sort of motion in their offense. So if you decide to implement motion defenses will have a difficult time adjusting.
I Formation- Toss Play This I formation- toss play is a very simple play to install. The kids should get this play down fairly quickly.
The I-Formation Offense This offense features a tailback-fullback combination in the back field. There is a tight end with a split end and slot back option.
I Formation Power Lead This I Formation Power Lead features two tight-ends, one wing-back, and a fullback off-set to the right. This is a very strong formation that will make the defense defend both the right and left side.