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Gridiron Elite Quick Passing Manual Click here to replay any page Basics Hitch Slant Fade Replay Click your mouse to move forward Or to go directly to a section by pressing one of these buttons. You can also press our logo button at the top left corner of any page to return to this page.
Patterns are always mirrored on both sides of the ball.
Taught as a complete pattern – not just individual routes. All players must be able to run all routes within the pattern and know their route’s purpose.
No primary receiver – all receivers are to run complete routes and expect the ball every play.
QB’s pre-snap read will dictate the side he’ll be throwing to.
QB’s ‘key’ is always one defensive player with only 2 options -- “he does this - I do that”.
Several formations, motioning and adjustment ‘tags’ give the illusion of complexity to the defense.
For a side that has only one receiver in tight, we’ll apply a Common Sense Rule: If #1 is in tight, an outside route doesn’t ‘make sense’. Run a route to occupy the middle of the field.
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SHOOT 4477 Q C G T G T #X(1) #A(2) #Z(3) #Y(1) #B(2)
X-Y(#1) - Hitch route – wide split - 5 steps, snap back and expect the ball now (note: X-Y routes will always be the pattern’s ‘name’ (e.g. hitch, slant, or fade))
A-B(#2) – Seam route – angle to outside shoulder of the OLB, slip inside him, throttle down, turn shoulders to QB and expect the ball now (note: #2 will run the route designed to get #1 open)
Z #3 – Open route – get ‘open’ anywhere beyond 7 yards and to the inside (note: on all patterns #3 will run an Open unless tagged)
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Hitch T Y X Q C G T G T A F #X #A Example – 1 of 3 B B K C C S #Y B JOKER RIGHT 447 QB sees the Flat defender cover the Seam -- throws the Hitch K = QB key Pre-snap – the QB picks right side because of the softer Cornerback Replay
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Hitch Z X Q C G T G T T F #X #B Example – 2 of 3 B B K C C S #Y B TAMPA 4407 K = QB key Y #A Pre-snap – the QB picks left side because of the softer Cornerback QB sees the flat defender run out to the flat – throws the Seam Replay
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Hitch T Y X Q C G T G T Y F #1 #2 Example – 3 of 3 (using motion) B K C C S B JACKS LFT Y-MO 470 K = QB key A #1 With Y motioning to the 4 position, he becomes #2 and must run the Seam route QB sees the flat defender cover the Seam – throws the Hitch Common Sense Rule: If #1 is in tight(TE/ Wing), an outside route doesn’t ‘make sense’. Run a route to occupy the midde of the field. Replay
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Slant T Y X Q C G T G T A F #1 #2 Example – 1 of 3 B B K C C S #1 B JOKER RGT 552 QB sees the Flat defender cover the Flat -- throws the Slant K = QB key Pre-snap – the QB picks right side because left side throwing lane is closed Lane NOT open Replay
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Slant Y X Q C G T G T B F #1 #2 Example – 2 of 3 B B K C C S #1 B TAMPA 5502 K = QB key A #3 QB sees the key run out to the flat – throws the Slant Pre-snap – the QB picks left side because right side throwing lane is closed Lane NOT open Replay
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Slant Y X Q C G T G T T F #1 Example – 3 of 3 (using motion) B B C C S #1 B JACKS RGT RAZOR 5502 K = QB key A #3 LBs slide with motion and open up the backside Slant. Motion the TB to the 4 position where he must run the Flat route. T #2 Replay
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Fade T Y X Q C G T G T Z F #1 #2 Example – 1 of 3 B K SS C FS #1 B JOKER 772 QB sees the Cornerback covers the Fade -- throws the Out K = QB key Pre-snap – the QB picks right side with 2 receivers Replay
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Fade T Y X Q C G T G T Z F #1 #2 Example – 2 of 3 B K SS C FS #1 B TWINS Rt 727 QB sees the Cornerback stay in the flat -- throws the Fade K = QB key Pre-snap – the QB picks right side with 2 receivers Replay
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Fade F Y X Q C G T G T B A #1 #2 Example – 3 of 3 B FS C #1 TAMPA AMO 7720 We motion over to slide the secondary and throw the Fade to the left. K = QB key Pre-snap – we like the matchup with our Z vs their Cornerback. #2 A B #3 SS C SS FS Replay
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