The Jungle Cat America’s Offensive SchemeSwagginators Fall 2012
Why The Jungle Cat is Right For You• Advantages: – Provides an offensive alignment most defenses have never seen before – Allows us to compete against bigger, faster teams because we are smarter.• Disadvantages – There are no disadvantages. Only disbelievers.
Base Set • 5 linemen, 2 Qb split center • Red/Green shows anticipated defensive alignment • Green: anticipated backfield coverage
Key Concepts • The JungleCat is built on mystery, power, and victory. • 2 QBs, QB 1 and QB 2 • “Blue” receivers • “Gold” receivers
Play Names• Formations are named by the target group of receivers running routes, their location, and the QB receiving the snap.• Shown routes are used to illustrate which receivers are blocking and which are going downfield and can be changed.
Playset #1A – Gold 1, Gold 2 • QB 1 or 2 receives snap, other QB blocks • Blue blocks • Gold run patterns • Basic 3 receiver set
Playset #1B – Blue 1, Blue 2 • QB 1,2 receives the snap • Other QB runs a pattern • Blue run patterns • Gold blocks • Basic 2 receiver set with slot receiver • QB option
#2A Blue 2 Option • Option to QB1 • Blue runs slants to opposite side of field • QB2 reads B – If B comes inside of gold, QB1 takes handoff to right of gold – If B goes outside, QB1 takes it up the middle – Gold can press left/right
Playset #2A – Gold Right 1 • QB1 receives snap • QB2, Blue block to create pocket on left side of field • Gold run routes • Gold 1 runs bailout to the left
Playset #2B Blue Left 2 • QB 2 receives the ball • QB1 runs a route • Blue run routes • Gold create pocket on right side of field • QB1 Has option
King of the Jungle • Use after several plays have been run out of the Jungle • QB1 motions to wide out position before snap • At snap, QB2 receives ball • Gold and Blue don’t move. They all block tight together – If your man gets past you, run a short bailout route to the sides • QB1 has 1 on 1 down sideline. • QB1 becomes King of the Jungle