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The Rocket Sweep is a great play because it allows you to get your athletes the ball in space very quickly. In addition, you only need to block 2-3 defenders to gain big time yardage.
Championship defenses all have one thing in common- their defenders get to the ball carrier. We tell our players from day 1 that if they can’t or aren’t willing to hustle to the ball carrier then they will not be playing very much defense.
When we are facing a big defensive tackle and we are struggling to block him we will HAMMER him. The hammer tag tells our play-side wing to crack down on him.
The 3-5 Stack Defense is a great defense because it can easily adjust to formation. It also allows you to generate pressure by utilizing several different types of stunts and blitzes.
The Single Wing Playbook is a systematic attack that will outnumber and outflank the defense at the point of attack! It’s easy to install and it works very well on the youth football level.
Check out this free youth football offensive play – Wishbone 45 Counter. Wishbone Playbook: https://youthfootballonline.
Check out Youth Football Online’s play – Double Wing Super Power.
On whiteboard, here is the free youth football play- Wing T unbalanced left jet sweep. Comments are welcome.
The T Formation Offense Counter Play is an excellent complement to the Blast Play. This counter play gives your offense some deception.
Counter Trey is an excellent play because it utilizes down blocks and a kick-out at the point of attack. It is also a very deceptive play.
Here is how we defend the power run play in youth football. Squeezing down blocks and taking on the kick-out is critical.
The Go-out passing concept is a simple concept that works very well in youth football. This is an excellent man to man coverage beater.
The Power Pass off of the Power play sends the tight-end on a corner route and the fullback runs into the flat. This is a two man route concept takes advantage of overaggressive defenses.
Championship defenses all have 4 things in common, they all tackle well, destruct blocks, have relentless pursuit, and they force turnovers.