Presented by

Troy Fetty
Assistant Coach
Offensive Line
Contact Information
Coach Troy Fetty

Email:
coachfetty@yahoo.com
OLINE CHARACTERISTICS

Attitude
A good attitude in an offensive lineman can’t be over-emphasized. Give us
a player with a ...
OLINE CHARACTERISTICS
Effort
No one should ever question your effort -NEVER! We determine effort by
players who go to the ...
OLINE CHARACTERISTICS

Hitter
This is why you play! We want players who love contact. It's the player
who hits first, the ...
OLINE CHARACTERISTICS
Quickness and Leverage
This is key is to controlling the line of scrimmage. This includes quick
hand...
OLINE CHARACTERISTICS

Conditioning
If you can't breathe, you can't play. It doesn’t get any simpler than that.
Fatigue wi...
OLINE CHARACTERISTICS
Knowledge
There is no excuse for not knowing assignments and how to block them (technique). This pre...
WHAT WE WANT IN EACH
POSITON
CENTER
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SMARTEST LINEMEN. MAKES ALL PROTECTION CALLS.
BEST TECHNICIAN
MULTITASK...
WHAT WE WANT IN EACH
POSITON
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BIGGER LINEMEN, SIZE ON SIZE
ABLE TO PULL/EYEBALL
GREAT RUN BLOCKERS
STRO...
RUN BLOCKING
THE NUTS AND BOLTS
The Stance, Steps, and Punch
The Stance
The Stance
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2 Point Stance
Feet Pointed Straight Ahead and Under the Armpits
Heel – Toe Stagger
Heels in the G...
The Stance
3 Point Stance
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Feet Pointed Straight Ahead and Under the Armpits
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The Steps
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ON 1ST Step, Hands Come Back onto the “Guns”
All Steps are Short and Quick.
Feet on Fire
If Steps are...
The Punch
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From the “Guns” Position
Target is Numbers
At Face to Fit (Contact)
Clap Hands Together to keep...
Drill Progression
RUN TECHNIQUE
1. AGILITY WARM UP
A) TOE THE LINE B) HIGH KNEE C) HIGH KNEE CROSSOVER D) SHUFFLE E) CARIO...
PASS BLOCKING
The Pass Set
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Feet a little Wider Than Shoulder Width
Sit in the Chair
Weight Distributed on...
Drill Progression
PASS TECHNIQUE
1. SET DRILL
A) 2 PT
B) 3 PT
2. WAVE DRILL
A) 2 PT
B) 3 PT
3. PUNCH DRILL
A) 2 PT
B) 3 PT...
OFFENSIVE
PRACTICE SCHEDULE
10:00
10:21
10:25
10:46
10:50
11:06
11:10
11:31
11:35
11:51
11:55
12:15

Individual Offense
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Offensive Line Presentation

  1. 1. Presented by Troy Fetty Assistant Coach Offensive Line
  2. 2. Contact Information Coach Troy Fetty Email: coachfetty@yahoo.com
  3. 3. OLINE CHARACTERISTICS Attitude A good attitude in an offensive lineman can’t be over-emphasized. Give us a player with a good attitude and we can teach him what he needs to be successful. Give us a player with a bad attitude and it will have a negative impact on the entire offense. A player has to be selfless to before we can develop unity on the offensive line. Once we develop a feeling of unity we can create an identity (such as the Hogs, Trench Pigs, etc.). Then we can establish a tradition on the offensive line. This all starts with attitude. A good attitude is the foundation of everything we can do with a lineman.
  4. 4. OLINE CHARACTERISTICS Effort No one should ever question your effort -NEVER! We determine effort by players who go to the whistle and finish blocks and games. A player giving effort always gets the last shove in on a block. He also has excellent awareness. We are looking for enthusiasm also. An enthusiastic player will give you great effort. We want a group of players who are enthusiastic about football. Loyalty Playing on the offensive line is about trust and honesty. If a player can't be honest with me or his teammates then we can't trust him. If trust is ever broken, failure is inevitable. Loyalty is the key to the togetherness we need on the offensive linemen and the team. Loyalty is demonstrated by showing respect for your coaches, yourself, and each other and being coachable. Loyalty is the key to our goal of having “one heart beat” on the offensive line.
  5. 5. OLINE CHARACTERISTICS Hitter This is why you play! We want players who love contact. It's the player who hits first, the hardest, most often and the longest, that wins Championships. When it comes to being a hitter actions speak louder than words. We want an aggressive player who plays with his head, heart and pads.
  6. 6. OLINE CHARACTERISTICS Quickness and Leverage This is key is to controlling the line of scrimmage. This includes quick hands and feet out of your stance and during your block, and upper and lower body leverage. You want to concentrate on balance, staying low and keeping your hands inside. You want to be a knee bender, not a hip bender. Stay on your feet. Strength The key to strength is how it translates onto the field, not just in the weight room. When we talk about strength we are referring to explosive, overall and core strength necessary to be a dominating blocker. Explosive strength is the key because we work in such a small area. Olympic lifts and plyometrics are great ways to improve this aspect.
  7. 7. OLINE CHARACTERISTICS Conditioning If you can't breathe, you can't play. It doesn’t get any simpler than that. Fatigue will eventually defeat your opponent. Unfortunately it can also defeat you. Conditioning is important part of mental toughness. Your bodies and minds must endure the physical and mental pounding of a game and a season. The harder you work the harder it is to surrender.
  8. 8. OLINE CHARACTERISTICS Knowledge There is no excuse for not knowing assignments and how to block them (technique). This prevents mistakes and thereby eliminates bad or unsuccessful plays. Players should also know what all linemen are doing on each play and where the quarterback and running back are going so they know point of attack. Furthermore, they should understand formations and how defenses will react to them. Film study is an important part of developing knowledge. Film study and scouting reports will help lineman know what defensive players have what gap responsibilities, or that defensive line movement means someone will replace, or how linebacker and defensive back alignment will show different blitzes. Knowledge through preparation helps you to think and make a decision under pressure, and to know the assignments of your teammates in order to execute the offense. • Play smart, get your eyes up and see the defense. Be aware of what's going on in the trenches (anticipation). • Identify Communicate Execute • Repetition is the Mother of Learning. • Listen with not only your ears, but with your eyes. • Doing things right all the time breeds confidence.
  9. 9. WHAT WE WANT IN EACH POSITON CENTER • • • • • • • SMARTEST LINEMEN. MAKES ALL PROTECTION CALLS. BEST TECHNICIAN MULTITASKER – MUST SNAP & STEP AT SAME TIME CONSISTENT SNAP LEADER YOU CAN’T HIDE A POOR PLAYER AT CENTER, HE IS THE TRIGGERMAN EVERY PLAY GATA ATTITUDE
  10. 10. WHAT WE WANT IN EACH POSITON GUARDS • • • • • • BIGGER LINEMEN, SIZE ON SIZE ABLE TO PULL/EYEBALL GREAT RUN BLOCKERS STRONGEST PLAYERS ON TEAM COMMUNICATERS GATA ATTITUDE TACKLES • • • • • • BEST ATHLETES – MUST BE ABLE TO HANDLE AN EDGE RUSHER 1 ON 1 SPEED HEIGHT GREAT FEET LONG ARMS GATA ATTITUDE
  11. 11. RUN BLOCKING
  12. 12. THE NUTS AND BOLTS The Stance, Steps, and Punch
  13. 13. The Stance
  14. 14. The Stance • • • • • • 2 Point Stance Feet Pointed Straight Ahead and Under the Armpits Heel – Toe Stagger Heels in the Ground Sit in the Chair (Knees over Toes) Z’s in the Knees Hands resting on Thigh Boards
  15. 15. The Stance 3 Point Stance • • • • • • • • • • • • • Feet Pointed Straight Ahead and Under the Armpits Heel – Toe Stagger Heels in the Ground Sit in the Chair (Knees over Toes) Z’s in the Knees Prayer (Forearms on Thighs, Hands clasped together) Place Hand out in Front of Staggered Foot in front of Facemask * Right Hand Down on Right Side of Line * Left Hand Down on Left Side of Line All 5 Fingers in the Ground Off Hand in Holster (Thumb Behind Knee) Balanced Weight on Hand and Feet Flat Back Head & Eyes Up Heels in the Ground - NO AIR UNDER HEELS
  16. 16. The Steps • • • • • ON 1ST Step, Hands Come Back onto the “Guns” All Steps are Short and Quick. Feet on Fire If Steps are Long and Slow you are unbalanced. Speed to Contact BASE REACH DOWN ZONE = = = = STEP-STEP-PUNCH 45 Degree ,1-2-3 PUNCH, CLIMB THE LADDER 90 Degree-SCRAMBLE-PUNCH BUCKET STEP-CROSSOVER-PUNCH, CLIMB THE LADDER
  17. 17. The Punch • • • • • • • • From the “Guns” Position Target is Numbers At Face to Fit (Contact) Clap Hands Together to keep Thumbs Up & Elbows In Accelerate Feet on Contact Do Not Lockout Right Away Stay on block, Keep Defender Moving
  18. 18. Drill Progression RUN TECHNIQUE 1. AGILITY WARM UP A) TOE THE LINE B) HIGH KNEE C) HIGH KNEE CROSSOVER D) SHUFFLE E) CARIOCA F) TAPIOCA 2. PERFECT STANCE A) 3 PT B) 2 PT 3. PERFECT STEPS DRILL A) BASE (STEP-STEP-PUNCH) B) REACH (1-2-3 PUNCH, CLIMB LADDER) C) DOWN (DOWN-SCRAMBLEPUNCH) D) ZONE (BUCKET STEP-CROSSOVER-PUNCH, CLIMB LADDER) 4. PUNCH PROGRESSION A) 6 PT (HIP ROLL INTO PUNCH) B) 4 PT (EXPLOSION TO PUNCH) C) BASE TO PUNCH (STEP-STEPPUNCH) D) REACH TO PUNCH [FACE TO FIT] (1-2-3 PUNCH) E) DOWN TO PUNCH (DOWN-SCRAMBLEPUNCH) 5. EYEBALL / TRAP DRILL 6. INSIDE RELEASE DRILL (WITH/WITHOUT LB) 7. DOWN BLOCK DRILL 8. HEAVY SHOULDER DRILL 9. ZONE/STRETCH ZONE DRILL 10. PERP DRILL A) COMBO B) SUPER C) ZONE 11. CHUTE ROUTINE A) BASE B) REACH C) DOWN D) ZONE E) SCREEN 12. SLED ROUTINE A) BASE B) REACH C) DOWN D) ZONE
  19. 19. PASS BLOCKING
  20. 20. The Pass Set • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Feet a little Wider Than Shoulder Width Sit in the Chair Weight Distributed on All of Foot, No Lean Either Way Shoulders Back Chest Puffed out Head Up Chin out Bug in the Eyes Elbows In Tight to Body Target Together (Hands in W) Loose like a boxer 3 to 6 inch Punch Do Not Lean into Punch.. Throw Only Hands .. QUICK Pound the Post/Kick Slide Light on Feet
  21. 21. Drill Progression PASS TECHNIQUE 1. SET DRILL A) 2 PT B) 3 PT 2. WAVE DRILL A) 2 PT B) 3 PT 3. PUNCH DRILL A) 2 PT B) 3 PT 4. MIRROR DRILL 5. SWITCH DRILL 6. MACHINE GUN DRILL 7. LIVE PASS PRO W/ RB A) 50 B) 60 C) 90 D) 100-900
  22. 22. OFFENSIVE PRACTICE SCHEDULE 10:00 10:21 10:25 10:46 10:50 11:06 11:10 11:31 11:35 11:51 11:55 12:15 Individual Offense WATER Offensive Technique WATER Run Offense WATER Pass Technique Period WATER Pass Offense WATER Team Offense End Practice
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