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  • 1. Team 1: Rafael RhodesLucas McCauleyDustin RabbachTimothy Thacker Paul New Raymond Lane Derek Steele
  • 2. Head Coach/OL: Rafael RhodesOC/QB: Dustin RabbachWR: Derek SteeleRB/DL: Raymond LaneDC: Lucas McCauleyLB/DB: Timothy ThackerST: Paul New
  • 3. Rafael Robert Rhodes:- Pee Wee football (1992 – 1995)- Varsity football Offensive lineman (1996 – 2000) - Miami Springs Senior High School- Assistant offensive line coach (2001 – 2003) - Miami Springs Senior High School- Air Force Security Forces Member (2004 – Present) - Minot AFB, ND (2004 – 2008) - Dyess AFB, TX (2008 – Present)
  • 4. - Responsible for daily operation and leadership of the players and coaching staff.- Ensures organization and holds players/coaches accountable- Player safety is key. Coaches should take responsibility for the safety and welfare of all players on the team. It is the head coach who should take the initiative to ensure that safe practices ensue.- Prepare game plan/season schedule of operations.- Conduct meetings with coordinators to provide input to schemes and script.
  • 5. - Safety is a priority in what is considered the most violent sport in America.- Head Coach should be actively involved in coaching drills with player safety in mind.- Head Coach should know his players well enough to know when something is not right. - Coaches should monitor players after being “shaken up” and stop them from continuing a drill without proper clearance from medical personnel- Head Coach should maintain a professional relationship with all medical staff. - Since player safety should be of importance, coaches should trust the person giving the medical advice to the players.
  • 6. - Discipline is key to winning football games. - Good discipline teaches good sportsmanship and proper position football. - Coaches will be fair but firm.- Be ready to work at all times - Practice is not goof off time. Learn something. And if you know it, then you are wrong for not sharing with your team. That is part of the work process. Learning and teaching.- Endurance is key - Players should be prepared to play four quarters of football. At the high school level, it is important to build the endurance for football. Practice should be held at a proper pace and water should never be with held from players.- Balanced football - Understand that one part of a team only makes one part, not the team. Teams are successful when they are complete teams; i.e. defense, offense, special teams.
  • 7. - Never give up - It is never the size of the dog in the fight, but the size of the fight in the dog. Playing all out football for sixty minutes is the only way that we will play. Championship football teams can face adversity and come back. Giving up is never an option.- Believe in yourself and your team mates and coaches - We will not guide you down the wrong path.- Family mindset - Each member on the team is a member of your family. Most of your time during practice, games, and even off time will more than likely be spent with your team mates. Play for the person next to you, and they will play for you. Making the entire team that much better.
  • 8. Activity Approach Time spentStatic Warm-Up/Sprints Callisthenic warm up 10 - 5 – 40 yd dashesIndividual positions Traditional approach 20 - Teaching basic/advanced drillsCombined position coach Games approach 30(DL and OL; LB/DB and - 7 on 7; blocking drillsQB/WR/RB)Individual positions Traditional approach 15 - Correct deficiencies noticed at combined approachSpecial Teams Traditional approach 20 - Teach formations/kick return/punt return. Correct deficiencies from prior practice/gameScrimmage Games approach 30 (15 min starting Offense vs. - Place teams in game situations Scout Defense; 15 Minutes Scout and provide rewards for winning Offense vs. Starting Defense)Sprints/break down 10 – 100 yd dashes 15 Team cool down/breakdownCoach time Discuss practice/upcoming 10 game/pre preparation
  • 9. Activity Approach Time spentStatic Warm-Up Callisthenic warm up 5Offense Walk through 20Defense Walk through 20Special Teams Walk Through 20Coach time Discuss practice/upcoming 5 game/pre preparationIndividual/Team coaches Break Down Game Film 60
  • 10. - Week before: - Obtain opponent game tape. - Review/break down own game tape - Break game tape down and divide to offense/defense coach - Coaches discuss how to/what to focus on during practice.- Day Before: - Emphasize nutrition night before game - Sleep importance - Pre game meal.
  • 11. - Day of: - Pre game nutrition - Meeting times for bus - Pre game trainer/medical review - Drive to stadium
  • 12. - Maintain communication with coaches/coordinators- Coaches will be able to review script/game plan during game- Communicate with referees
  • 13. - Handle media/post game interviews accordingly- Ensure behavior of team (winning or losing) exceeds expectations. Regardless of the outcome, everyone is a professional.- Medical staff meeting to discuss injuries/health related issues with players
  • 14.  I will conquer what has never been conquered. Defeat will not be in my creed. I will believe where all those before me have doubted. I will always endeavor to uphold the prestige, honor and respect of my team. I have trained my mind and now my body will follow! WHO AM I? …. I AM A CHAMPION!!! I will acknowledge the fact that I am an elite warrior who arrives at the cutting edge of battle by any means at my disposal. I accept the fact that my team expects me to move further, faster and fight harder than our opponents. Never shall I fail my comrades. I will always keep myself mentally alert, physically strong and morally straight and I will shoulder more than my share of the task whatever it may be. One hundred percent and more. WHO AM I? …. I AM A CHAMPION!!! Gallantly will I show the world that I am a specially selected and well trained warrior. My heart and my soul will be the fuel to carry my body when my limbs are to weary. I will never falter, I will never lose focus as long as there is hope in my mind and my heart still beats. I will never give in to the evil that is weakness and I will fight that evil with my dying breath. WHO AM I? …. I AM A CHAMPION!!! Energetically will I meet my enemies, no one will challenge me, none will stop me from my goal. I shall defeat them on the field of battle for I am better trained and will fight with all my might. Surrender is not a Champion’s word. I will never leave a fallen comrade to fall at the hands of my enemy and under no circumstances will I ever surrender. WHO AM I? …. I AM A CHAMPION!!! Readily will I display the discipline and strength required to fight on to my objective and I will complete my mission. I will rise when I fallen. I will rip the heart from my enemy and leave it beating on the ground. My enemy need not fear me but he will respect me and if he does not. I will make him respect me with all that I have to give. WHO AM I? …. I AM A CHAMPION!!! History will remember my name and he will not have to be kind. For I will have denied his criticisms and put in my own praise, No one will define me, no one will tell me what I can achieve, none will say I have not given all I have to give and none will take my glory. WHO AM I? …. I AM A CHAMPION!!!  Coach Flowers at Leland High School
  • 15. SPHE352 Coachi ng Foot bal l : Techni cal & Tact i cal Ski l l s
  • 16.  Pee Wee Football (1997-1999)  Quarterback and Safety Joined AF as Security Forces (2003-Present)  Played Flag football 2004-2007 as QB/Safety until I tore Left ACL/Mensicus
  • 17.  Plan/project offensive  Conduct meetings practices and with all offensive situations as directed coaches by HC  Keep HC up to speed Learn offensive on all offensive players players strengths/weaknesses  Ensure SAFE working Set lineups and environment for all offensive schemes players/staff based off of players strengths/weaknesses
  • 18.  Have FUN  There is no point in playing the game of football if you aren’t having a good time doing it Stay SAFE  Safety is a huge concern of mine. Players lose motivation and drive if unnecessary injuries occur due to lack of “situational awareness.” Excellence in everything that you do  Players are expected to give the coaches 100% motivation and the will to learn at all times and the coaches will put in the same effort back to the players.
  • 19.  Learn from mistakes  Mistakes are a part of the game. The key is to expand your knowledge and learn from what you do wrong. Always strive to better yourselves. Treat your teammates with respect at ALL times  Encourage each other to do better.  Help struggling teammates mentally/physically/emotionally Never GIVE up  Repetition and more repetition. Always go that extra mile to better yourselves.
  • 20. Learn the basics first, then expand on the players individual strengths/weaknesses. The listed activities below are not set for individual practices. Once the HC creates his practice schedule, this breakdown will fill the HC needs when the offense breaks away from the rest of the team.Activity Approach Time spentStances/Blocking Traditional approach to ensure everyone knows the basics 30 minutesBasic O skills: Traditional approach: QB drop 15 minutesQB/RB/OL/TE/WR backs, C/QB exchanges, correct positions on Line of scrimmageIndividual breakdowns Traditional approach: QB drop 30 minutes backs, WR routes, TE protection/routesRoute running/ball running/QB Games approach to develop 30 minutes individual jobs within offenseBLOCKING Games approach w/ assist of 20 minutes DL/LB to protect QB drop backWR drills w/ coverage Teach WR how to shed blocking 20 minutes by placing them as DBs themselves
  • 21. Activity Approach Time spentOL/TE/RB pass block/run block Games approach to show/teach 30 minutes real time situationsPlay Action vs. run vs. pass Games approach to teach when 15 min play actions should be used For some reason I was having problems embedding Youtube videos so I have just inserted links to videos I like in regards to fundamentals and practices. http://youtu.be/aeMsND_VgGc http://youtu.be/1pjoNx_Z7Qs http://youtu.be/_GlEnDuLt_0 http://youtu.be/g0_DbEWBVsU http://youtu.be/e33saSJlFY8
  • 22.  Pre Game  Post Game  Mentally prepare  Win or lose, address  Eat healthy team on job well done  Dress well  Express interest on  Stretch stretch stretch great plays  Address bad  Focus on task at hand situations/plays  Coaches meetings  Prepare to expand on  Pump up team with bad areas for motivational speech upcoming practices  Coaches meetings
  • 23.  Work on C/QB exchange Drop backs 3/5/7 QB/RB exchanges Shot gun Scrambling (know when to throw the ball away) QB/WR route running/timing Teach to not fixate eyes on one target Know limitations on what your QB can do and expand on those strengths
  • 24.  Remember to stay positive with your players Teach teamwork, discipline, and motivation Don’t talk AT people, talk TO them. This will ensure great working relationships and respect across the board. Stay vocal with all other coaches. There is nothing wrong with disagreeing, just stay respectful and open to other perspectives as well. http://youtu.be/99K84b6_rr0
  • 25. - Pain is going to happen. - Expect to hit every play. - We are the workhorse position of the offense, all the work and no glory. - Take pride in expecting to be in a dog fight until the whistle blows. - Hard work is expected on and off the field. - Study your opponent and game film. - Get better every day
  • 26. Safety Concerns/Reality- Safety is paramount at our position- Being on the front lines, we are alwaysexpected to make contact with anopponent.- Helmet to helmet hits are a primaryconcern for this position.- Although, we still use the three pointstance, thought has gone to converting to amodified two point stance to avoid majorhead trauma.- If you feel hurt, or head trauma, inform acoach and he will ensure you get lookedat.- Player safety is of TOP concern.
  • 27. - Technique wins battles - In a game of strength and speed, poor technique will get you beat more often than not. - If you don’t understand the proper technique, or the form, ask. Better to ask at practice and adjust than to just wing it. Not only do we lose a game, but can get someone injured. - Try and make a habit. As athletes, we like habits and routine. Once you get the proper techniques, run through them. This ensures that every time we line up, or a play is run, you are in the right place and in the right position always.- Endurance is key - As the largest players on the team, endurance is fundamental to success. - Build the tolerance to run a 20 play drive or a no huddle offense and still walk off. - Good endurance helps insure that proper technique is still being practiced. This also helps with discipline. - Fatigue causes mistakes and lack of discipline. It is vital that we are in shape to play the game and our position.
  • 28. - Attitude - This is a mindset. We are a close knit battle tested unit. These are our brothers we go to battle with. Do not quit on your brother. Give it all you have and keep fighting for that extra yard. - We won’t win every play, but it is how you bounce back the next play that helps solidify victory at the end of a game. Don’t make the same mistake twice and DO NOT EVER DOUBT YOURSELF!- Family mindset - As the team is a family, this unit of offensive line is closer. WE go to battle and ensure everyone does their job. We do not get the camera’s or the touchdown dance, but we take pride in knowing that we will protect our QB and ensure that we get down the field and score. One unit, together, works hard enough to make that happen. That’s us.
  • 29.  Two types of stances for the offensive line:  Three point stance  Two point stance Purpose of each stance Advantage and disadvantage of each stance
  • 30.  Three point stance  Primarily used on running plays and some pass plays  Main base for power and starting position  Three points of contact to the ground • Advantages: Provides a lower pad level Allows a quicker/more powerful burst off of the ball Maintains a flat back • Disadvantages x Harder to maintain head up x Slower to get into a passing position x Slower to pull
  • 31.  Two point  Primarily used on passing plays and some run plays  Maintains lower hip level/base of gravity  Two points of contact to the ground • Advantages: Gets Offensive lineman into passing block position Maintains a lower level of gravity Allows linemen to keep their heads up to see what they are about o hit • Disadvantages x Harder to get a lower pad level then that of a three point stance x Slower start off the ball without hand being down/weight forward
  • 32. THREE POINT STANCE TWO POINT STANCE
  • 33.  Play type will help determine stance Common Mistakes  Too much weight forward on three point stance  Flat footed in stance causes missteps/stutter steps  Feet not wide enough  Feet too wide Those problems can be coached out if done properly Ensure all players perfect the stances before moving on to the more advanced drills Repetition is key here: Make a habit of getting into the right stance the right way
  • 34.  Used to get the blocker to play the defensive lineman gap Proper footwork and hip movement is critical Head should be on the outside of defender/inside of the play side Hips and pad level should remain low Maintain a solid base and keep feet moving Feet shoulder width apart
  • 35. Video demonstration of a reach block:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MuJWun6P XFo&feature=player_embedded
  • 36.  Used to “trap” intended defender/defenders Used to get offensive linemen in open space  Primarily used in trap/counter-trap plays and screens Pulling lineman must open hips wide Take a half step deeper run than straight down the line  This allows space for QB and if other linemen get beat to try and make a play Maintain a low pad level behind offensive linemen Facemask and hands contact defender at same time Feet keep moving with a wide base to ensure a good base of power/gravity
  • 37.  Video Demonstration of a Pulling Drillhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s4hA8vphL 7k&feature=player_embedded
  • 38.  Linemen can not be forward of the line of scrimmage Maintain a low hip level to allow a good base of power and center of gravity Good footwork and handwork are crucial in pass blocking Keep head on a swivel if no one is there to block, look for someone without going past the line of scrimmage
  • 39.  Pass blocking drills videoshttp://www.myspace.com/video/vid/61007076http://www.myspace.com/video/vid/61006086http://www.myspace.com/video/vid/61004222
  • 40.  As a coach, we must remember that we want all players on the same level Use the mental staircase, incorporate a traditional and games approach to ensure that There are numerous other drills available for teaching, these are just a few examples Make sure practice is fun. You would get bored doing the same thing every day, try and change it up for the players
  • 41.  Safety of players is our priority. A safe practice is a good practice Technique is everything. Proper technique gets proper form, proper form is the cornerstone of everything. Once technique and form are down, then incorporate more advanced drills to build upon the basics. Maintain a mental and physical toughness, but play with respect to the game and to your opponent. It is the most vital part of football to respect the game, that in turn, will respect you back. Maintain a winning attitude and state of mind. GET BETTER EVERYDAY!
  • 42.  I will conquer what has never been conquered. Defeat will not be in my creed. I will believe where all those before me have doubted. I will always endeavor to uphold the prestige, honor and respect of my team. I have trained my mind and now my body will follow! WHO AM I? …. I AM A CHAMPION!!! I will acknowledge the fact that I am an elite warrior who arrives at the cutting edge of battle by any means at my disposal. I accept the fact that my team expects me to move further, faster and fight harder than our opponents. Never shall I fail my comrades. I will always keep myself mentally alert, physically strong and morally straight and I will shoulder more than my share of the task whatever it may be. One hundred percent and more. WHO AM I? …. I AM A CHAMPION!!! Gallantly will I show the world that I am a specially selected and well trained warrior. My heart and my soul will be the fuel to carry my body when my limbs are to weary. I will never falter, I will never lose focus as long as there is hope in my mind and my heart still beats. I will never give in to the evil that is weakness and I will fight that evil with my dying breath. WHO AM I? …. I AM A CHAMPION!!! Energetically will I meet my enemies, no one will challenge me, none will stop me from my goal. I shall defeat them on the field of battle for I am better trained and will fight with all my might. Surrender is not a Champion’s word. I will never leave a fallen comrade to fall at the hands of my enemy and under no circumstances will I ever surrender. WHO AM I? …. I AM A CHAMPION!!! Readily will I display the discipline and strength required to fight on to my objective and I will complete my mission. I will rise when I fallen. I will rip the heart from my enemy and leave it beating on the ground. My enemy need not fear me but he will respect me and if he does not. I will make him respect me with all that I have to give. WHO AM I? …. I AM A CHAMPION!!! History will remember my name and he will not have to be kind. For I will have denied his criticisms and put in my own praise, No one will define me, no one will tell me what I can achieve, none will say I have not given all I have to give and none will take my glory. WHO AM I? …. I AM A CHAMPION!!!  Coach Flowers at Leland High School
  • 43.  www.o-lineoworld.com
  • 44. Derek Steele Team 1Wide Receiver Coach SPHE 352
  • 45. ① Technical Skills② Tactical Skills③ Coaching 49
  • 46.  Catching Running Shallow & Intermediate Routes Running Deep Routes Releases Understanding Defenses Common Errors 50
  • 47. ① Technical Skills Catching Hand Positioning  Watching the ball  Securing the ball  Thumbs together  Focusing on the point  Transferring the ball of the ball into position  Pinkies Together  Reaching for the ball  Covering both points  Seeing the hands of the ball  Seeing the ball arrive  Pressing the ball into the hands against the body  Allow the ball to hit the body or pads 51
  • 48. ① Technical Skills Running Shallow & Intermediate Routes Route Stem  Breaking Down on  Knowing the  Playing into the Intermediate Routes defense defenders alignment  Challenge the  Man-to-Man  Turning the defender to go deep Coverage defenders hips  Breaking down ○ Head and shoulder  Attacking the fakes ○ Sink the hips defenders shoulders ○ Lower the weight ○ Acceleration ○ Change steps ○ Speed ○ Pressure step ○ Chin over the knees  Zone Coverage ○ Snap head, shoulders, ○ Sprint towards and hands around closest defender ○ Eliminate the cushion ○ Adjusting routes ○ Finding soft soft spots or openings ○ Stopping in open areas 52
  • 49. ① Technical SkillsRunning Deep Routes  Route Stem  Creating Hesitation  Playing into the  Adjusting speeds defenders alignment  Fake the Int. Route  Turning the  Accelerate off the defenders hips line/ slow/ then  Attacking the speed burst defenders shoulders  Creating Wrong  Erasing the Turns Cushion  Jab step  Attacking the  Weave technique defender  Close the gap  Force the defender to hesitate before they turn 53
  • 50. ① Technical Skills Releases Release Techniques  Direct Release  Fade  Burst  Step Release  Double Move  Fake fade, then release burst Avoid the defenders hands Execute the Break 54
  • 51.  Routes Route Adjustments 55
  • 52. ② Tactical SkillsRoutes  Cross  Quick Out / In  Hitch  Slant  Fade  Speed Out  Dig  Curl  Comeback  Flag  Post / Post Corner  Streak 56
  • 53. ② Tactical SkillsRoute Adjustments  Crossing Route Adjustments  Curl Route Adjustments  Hard Corner Route Adjustments  Press Man Route Adjustments 57
  • 54. Traditional Approach③ Coaching Warm Up Teaching Technical Skills  Clear communication of skill elements  Instruction of skill  Evaluate and correct errors Practice Drills  Funnel Drill  Bag Attack Drill  Bag Drill  Bag Agility Drill  Explode and Cut Drill  Bag Balance Drill  Strip Drill  Quick Feet Drill 58
  • 55. Games Approach③ Coaching Warm Up Teaching Tactical Skills  Shaping  Focusing  Enhancing Practice Drills  Drills against defenders  Drills against different defenses  Play calling sets  Scrimmages  Evaluation and correcting errors 59
  • 56.  American Sport Education Program. Coaching Football Technical and Tactical Skills. Champaign, IL: HumanReferences Kinetics, 2006.  Images taken from Google images 60
  • 57. Defensive Coordinators Responsibilities:• Responsible for the defensive scheme, game plan, and over all success of the teams defense.• Over sees the defensive assistant coaches/positional coaches• Development of defensive play book.• Calling the defensive plays during games.• Planning and scheduling of all defensive practices.• Prepare and organize defensive techniques and drills for practice.• Break down any scouting reports, video or film for each opponent and then devise a weekly game plan.
  • 58. Safety and Health Concerns On Defense:• Concussion awareness• Injury prevention• Proper hydration• Strength and Conditioning• Heads up tackling• Equipment• Nutrition
  • 59.  Pre Game: w/Players  Coaching Preparation: Game plan review  D play calls/scheme Film study  Film study Practice with drills  Practice evaluation Practice with  Game plan and scrimmage/ full scenario review contact Team meetings Final walk through
  • 60. Defensive Scheme: 4-3The 4-3 defense is a 7 man front, which can drop 8 in to “the box”; using a strong safety or cornerback. Every 4-3 variation will consist of: 2Defensive Tackles (DT), 2 Defensive Ends (DE), Middle linebacker (Mike), 2 Outside linebackers (Sam and Will), 2 Safeties (FS and SS), and 2Cornerbacks (WCB, SCB). This article will cover three common variations: Base 4-3, Over 4-3, and the Under 4-3.
  • 61. 4-3 Base Defense:Positions and Responsibilities• Strong Side Defensive End • Strong Side Linebacker (Sam)• Strong Side Defensive Tackle • Weak Side Linebacker (Will)• Weak Side Defensive Tackle • Free Safety and Strong Safety• Weak Side Defensive End • Cornerback (2)• Middle Linebacker (Mike)
  • 62. Strong Side Defensive EndThe Strong Side Defensive End lines up either head up orshaded on the Tight End. At the Snap, the DE will jam theTight-End, not allowing a clean block in the Sam Linebacker. Ifit is a running play, the DE is responsible for the Outside or Cgap. If the Play is passing in M4M Coverage, the DE willbecome a primary pass rusher. In zone Blitz scheme this playercould be responsible for the Hook/Curl or Flat Areas.
  • 63. Strong Side Defensive TackleB Gap Defender; stop the insideruns. Pursue the Quarterback. NOTE: The "B" gap is between the offensive guard (RG/LG) and offensive tackle (RT/LT).
  • 64. Weak Side Defensive TackleA Gap Defender; stop the insideruns. Pursue the Quarterback. NOTE: The "A" gap is between the center (OC) and guard (RG/LG)
  • 65. Weak Side Defensive EndC Gap Defender, Stop or Funnel in Outside runs andcutback lanes. Generally the best pass rusher. Cancover the same zones as the Strong Defensive End. NOTE: The "C" gap is between the tackle and the tight end (or outside the tackle if no tight end)
  • 66. Defensive Play Book: Under 4-3 Cover 2 Man Defense• The 4-3 Cover 2 Man defensive play lines 5 defenders up with man-to-man assignments, and leaves the 2 safeties to help out with deep zone support.
  • 67. Continued Defensive Play Book: Under 4-3 Cover 2 Man Defense• As you can see, in a basic 4-3 Under, the SAM linebacker is lined up to the outside shoulder of the tight end off the line of scrimmage a yard or two and is responsible for the D gap (to the outside of the tight end). Hes also responsible for running in pass coverage from time to time. The strongside defensive end is lined up to the outside shoulder of the tackle, in a 5- technique alignment, and is responsible for the C gap (to the right of the tackle). The strongside defensive tackle is usually lined up shading the center in a 1-technique alignment and is responsible for the strongside A gap. The weakside defensive tackle is lined up in a 3-technique alignment off the weakside guard and is responsible for the weakside B gap in front of him. The weakside defensive end is lined up to the outside shoulder of the weak side offensive tackle and is responsible for the C gap on his side.
  • 68.  Agenda Common Safety Concerns Defense & OpponentsHeads Up Tackling System Defense Back Fundamental Skills  Back Pedaling  Quarterback Confusion Defensive Back Drill Linebacker Fundamentals  Read  React  Shed/Scrape Linebacker Drill Linebacker & Defensive Back Responsibilities Cover 3/Zone Blitz
  • 69.  Helmet to Helmet Contact  Concussions  TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury)  Spinal Injury Spearing (leading with the head  Stingers  Paralysis (Spinal Injury)  DEATHHorse Collar Tackles  Lower extremity injuries to opponent *Long term health affects on the brain still being evaluated: quality of life complications could arise from repeated head trauma.
  • 70. www.youtube.com
  • 71.  Break Down  Stance  Leverage Buzz  Continually moving the feet towards contact, not breaking down - waiting on impact Hit Position (Most Important Step)  Positioning right before contact Rip (not wrap)  Knuckles Up  Elbows Down  Double Upper Cuts Shoot  Crouched/Lowered Position  Open Hips  Explode up
  • 72. Heads Up Tackle System Demonstrationwww.youtube.com
  • 73.  Body Position  Knees about shoulder width distance  Weight evenly distributed  Knees over Balls of Feet Foot Positioning  Do NOT take false step  Slide feet over turf  High Steps = Longer reaction time out of Breaks
  • 74. Back Pedaling: Demonstrationwww.youtube.com
  • 75.  Positioning  Represent opposite coverage scheme  Crowd LOS/Receiver  Back off, back into zone Benefits  May force audible into Defenses actual scheme  Confusion on offense  Turn-over  Bad timing, ineffective play call
  • 76. QB Confusionwww.youtube.com
  • 77.  Footwork Ladders Change of Motion Hip Turn and Acceleration
  • 78. DB Footwork Drills: Demonstrationwww.youtube.com
  • 79.  Read/Recognize Play React After Recognition Attack Ball Carrier/Ball Shed Block Scrape to Ball Carrier
  • 80. Shed & Scrape: Demonstrationwww.youtube.com
  • 81.  Footwork Lateral Movement  Left & Right Contact Opening of Hips Explosive Contact
  • 82. LB Movement & Contact: Demonstrationwww.youtube.com
  • 83.  4-3 Base Defense Cover 3 (3 Deep) Coverage Concept Zone Blitz  Mike Backer Responsibilities  Will Backer Responsibilities  Sam Backer Responsibilities
  • 84. 4-3 (Cover 3), Zone Blitzwww.youtube.com
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