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Dutchmen Pistol Offense 2007
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  • 1. "Excellence Through Teamwork" 2007 Melrose Dutchmen Offensive Playbook Revised 7/27/07
  • 2. TABLE OF CONTENTS <ul><li>Philosophy </li></ul><ul><li>Mechanics of the Offense </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Personnel Groups </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Huddle Procedures </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Formations and Alignments </li></ul><ul><li>Motions </li></ul><ul><li>Run Game Mechanics </li></ul><ul><ul><li>WR Blocking Rules </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Zone/Stretch OL Footwork </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>QB/RB Mesh Points </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Passing Game </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Pass Protections </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Route Names </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Quick Passing Game </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Drop Back Passing Game </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Play Action Pass Game </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Screen Game </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Goal line. </li></ul>
  • 3. PHILOSOPHY <ul><ul><li>We will operate as a multiple offensive scheme using the pistol offensive set as our major alignment. We will use multiple formations, personnel, and motion with a limited number of blocking schemes. The scheme will include one, two and three back sets with misdirection and a power run game. The purpose of the multiple schemes is to enable us to utilize our personnel and to create favorable match-ups while stretching the defense horizontally controlling the ball and the clock. This will be achieved through the balanced use of run and pass. We will be a physically and mentally tough unit that will be in better condition than our opponent and win the war of attrition. We will play with a fast paced approach and with great intensity and enthusiasm. We will do a few things well rather than many with mediocrity. We will have a complete and diverse offensive package, but only feature what we can do well and execute to perfection. We will also adjust our offense to align with our personnel on a yearly basis. We must utilize the strengths of our players in order to obtain the maximum results. </li></ul></ul>
  • 4. MECHANICS OF THE OFFENSE
  • 5. <ul><li>REGULAR 2 WR - 1 TB - 1 TE - 1 H </li></ul><ul><li>FLEX 2 WR - 1 TB - 0 TE - 1 H - 1 F </li></ul><ul><li>POSSE 3 WR - 1 TB - 1 TE - 0 H </li></ul><ul><li>JACKS 3 WR - 1 TB - 0 TE - 0 H - 1 F </li></ul><ul><li>DUECE 1 WR - 1 TB - 2 TE - 1 H </li></ul><ul><li>RHINO 1 WR - 1 TB - 1 TE - 2 H </li></ul><ul><li>GATOR Rec & QB swap positions </li></ul>PERSONNEL GROUPS If we add the term “2 Back” with Regular, Flex or Duece Personnel we will replace the H back with a 2nd Tailback.
  • 6. HUDDLE Center will set the huddle about 7 yards from the ball. OL will form the back row and they stand with their hands on their sides. Skilled positions players make up the front row, they lean forward with their hands on their knees. QB has complete control of the huddle. When QB enters huddle, QB will say “TEAM”. When you here “TEAM” that is your signal to shut your mouth and open your ears. QB will give formation, motion, play and snap count twice. Ex. Pro Right Whop H8 Stretch Rt on 1 on 1, READY -- BREAK. Everyone will follow QB and say “BREAK” and clapping their hands. Everyone will HUSTLE to the line. LT LG RG RT C QB Y H T Z X
  • 7. FORMATIONS/ALIGNMENTS
  • 8. PRO RT LG RG LT C T H Q Y X Z H H H H H Whop Whip Queen King Slip Slot
  • 9. TWINS RT LG RG LT C T H Q Y X Z H H H H H Whop Whip Queen King Slip Slot
  • 10. FLEX RT LG RG LT C T H Q Y X Z H H H H H Whop Whip Queen King Slip Slot
  • 11. DUECE RT LG RG LT C T H Q Y X Z H H H H H Whop Whip Queen King Slip Slot
  • 12. T Y Q H X Z MAGNUM RT LG RG LT C
  • 13. T Y Q H X R RHINO RT LG RG LT C
  • 14. T H Q Y X Z H H H H H Whop Whip Queen King Slip Slot PRO OVER Unbalanced formation. Z will align on and the X will align off. RT LG RG LT C
  • 15. Motions
  • 16. MOTION NUMBERS T Q Y X Z H H TO 7 LT LG RG RT C 0 2 4 6 8 1 3 5 7 9 RT LG RG LT C T Q Y X Z H Z TO 8 RT LG RG LT C
  • 17. MOTION TERMS T Q Y X Z H T Q Y X Z H Z Sweep or Z Joker Sweep is a handoff to receiver, Joker is a fake handoff. H RETURN T Q Y X Z H Z BUCK RT LG RG LT C RT LG RG LT C RT LG RG LT C
  • 18. RUN GAME
  • 19. Easiest way to learn the running game is to understand that all of our run Plays basically fall into 3 families or schemes. These basic families are: Zone- Reach-Gap. If you know which of these families or plays fall into, you have a pretty good idea how we’re going to get defenders blocked. ZONE Family : Covered and uncovered offensive linemen work together to get movemen t on defensive linemen, working up to nearest linebacker, stepping play side to do so. Plays: Belly, Belly Read, Boss, H Belly REACH Family : All offensive linemen “REACH” one gap to their frontside gap, looking to reach and overtake a down defensive lineman in front of him or rip-reach and run to flow linebacker. Plays: Stretch, Sweep, Speed Option, Snap Out, Bubble GAP Family : Frontside blockers block one gap inside - looking to double team combo defensive linemen back to the linebackers. We will pull backside guard to either trap or lead the play through the frontside hole. Plays: Power, Counter Run Game Families
  • 20. WR BLOCKS vs 2 Hi Safety T H Q Y X Z T T S M E E W C C SS FS 2 Hi=double crack X and Z=if corner ever crosses face when you are climbing to safety you would pick up corner. RT LG RG LT C
  • 21. FS T H Q Y X Z T T S M E E C C OLB OLB WR BLOCKS vs 1 High Safety 1 Hi=man on RT LG RG LT C
  • 22. T T S M E E W C C SS FS WR BLOCKS Trips RT LG RG LT C B C Q A X Z
  • 23. Speed Option WR Blocks T H Q Y X Z T T S M E E C C FS B B RT LG RG LT C
  • 24. Zone/Stretch Blocking Footwork
  • 25. Zone and Stretch Footwork 1 2 Covered: Zone Scheme SLIDE STEP – Aiming point play side number (TIGHT REACH) 1 1 2 2 Uncovered: Zone Scheme BUCKET STEP – Aiming point near number Key near hip Covered and Uncovered: Stretch Scheme. BUCKET STEP Aiming point arm pit if covered & play side number uncovered. 3 3 3 Zone Family Reach Family Second step is a vertical step to and through the down defenders crotch (knee to and through the crotch). The lineman’s base will narrow slightly. It is important to get the second step in the ground as soon as possible. The speed of the second step is important. Third step will square the offensive lineman up field. It is important to keep the shoulders square.
  • 26. QB/RB Mesh Points
  • 27. TB/QB MESH QB T QB T Belly/Boss Belly Read/ Power Stretch T QB T QB Counter T QB Speed Option
  • 28. H/QB MESH H Belly Read QB T Belly Read to TB T QB T QB (Q) Counter T QB Snap Out H H H H
  • 29. <ul><ul><li>Zone Family Gap Family </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Belly Counter (Q) </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Belly Read Power (Q) </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>H Belly </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Boss </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Reach Family </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Stretch </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Speed Option </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>(Z)(H) Sweep </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>H Snap Out </li></ul></ul>RUN GAME
  • 30. PLAYS BY FORMATION <ul><li>Pro </li></ul><ul><li>Twins </li></ul><ul><li>Flex </li></ul><ul><li>Duece </li></ul>Need to do these for basic looks, what we like and all
  • 31. Belly Rt (Zone family) T H Q Y X Z T T S M W C C SS FS E E H H: Whip, Slip, Queen and King Alignment you will block backside END . QB: Open at 5 or 7 to call side. Get ball as deep as possible to TB. Carry out Boot away from call. TB: Lateral step towards aiming point 1 yard behind TE, 2nd step crossover and 3rd step square up to line of scrimmage. RT LG RG LT C
  • 32. H Belly Rt (Zone family) T H Q Y X Z T T S M C C SS FS E E W RT LG RG LT C
  • 33. Belly Rt READ (Zone family) T H Q Y X Z T T S M W C C SS FS E E #1 #2 #1 Chase Read: End chases flat down the line pull and replace end. End plays normal, give ball to TB. #2 Bubble Read: Alley player stays on bubble tuck the ball and run to open grass. If alley player presses line towards you - throw bubble. H: Your cowboy route may get as deep as 6-8 yards. You must be behind the line to catch the ball and we want you to catch the ball at full speed. RT LG RG LT C
  • 34. Boss Rt (Zone family) T H Q Y X Z T T S M W C C SS FS E E H:Block strong side alley player. We want the play to look like stretch. QB: Open at 5 or 7 to call side. Get ball as deep as possible to TB. Carry out Boot away from call. TB: Lateral step towards aiming point 1 yard behind TE, 2nd step crossover and 3rd step square up to line of scrimmage. RT LG RG LT C
  • 35. LT LG RG RT C T T S M E E W LT LG RG RT C T T S M E E W LT LG RG RT C T T S M E E LT LG RG RT C T T S M E E LT LG RG RT C T T S M E E LT LG RG RT C T T N M E E W Y Y SS Y Y N Y N Y X N W BELLY (Zone Family)
  • 36. ZONE Family Rules {Oline & TE} <ul><li>Covered Rule </li></ul><ul><li>~100% of the time you will step with play side foot. </li></ul><ul><li>~Always attack and hit the play side number. </li></ul><ul><li>~Align your nose on play side #, and bit it. </li></ul><ul><li>~Works hips vertically up the field. </li></ul><ul><li>Uncovered Rule: </li></ul><ul><li>~100% of the time you will step with play side foot. </li></ul><ul><li>~Work with covered OL in the direction of the play. </li></ul><ul><li>~Attack the near # and work to take over the block. </li></ul><ul><li>~Key near hip of defender. If it disappears, climb to </li></ul><ul><li>2nd level. </li></ul><ul><li>Length of SLIDE step is determined by the alignment of defensive lineman. </li></ul><ul><li>Length and depth of BUCKET of step is determined by alignment of defensive lineman. </li></ul><ul><li>* PRIORITY is to work at first level and work to 2nd level. Let the Lber come to you. </li></ul>
  • 37. Stretch Rt (Reach family) T H Q Y X Z T T S M W C C SS FS E E QB: Open up at 4 & 8 to call side. Get ball as fast and wide to TB as possible. Fake play pass. TB: Lateral step and chase spot 3 yards outside TE. Read block on Def. End. If he gets width you can bang it into C gap. If we get a soft edge, explode to the open grass. RT LG RG LT C
  • 38. Q Stretch Rt (Reach family) T H Q Y X Z T T S M W C C SS FS E E QB: Catch snap and take off and chase spot 3 yards outside TE. Read blocks by H and TB. RT LG RG LT C
  • 39. Speed Option Lt (Reach family) T H Q Y X Z T T S M W C C SS FS E E QB: Catch snap and chase spot 3 yards outside TE. Take your eyes to alley player for pitch key. TB: Maintain pitch relationship with QB. RT LG RG LT C
  • 40. Sweep Lt (Reach family) T H Q Y X Z T T S M W C C SS FS E E QB: Catch the snap and extend ball for the receiver, let the momentum of the hand off to turn your hips and shoulders and make Belly Read fake to TB and then carry out Boot Fake away from play. RT LG RG LT C
  • 41. Snap Out Lt (Reach family) T H Q Y X Z T T S M W C C SS FS E E We will always try and run a crack scheme and pull the play side tackle for the corner. We are not blocking the play side End. If the end starts to chase us down we will hand the ball off to the TB. QB: Catch snap and open up and skip step and underhand pitch the ball to H and then fake Belly to TB and carry out Boot Fake. Play side Tackle : This play will be an exception to our Reach rules. You will pull and kick out the play side corner. We are not blocking the play side end. RT LG RG LT C
  • 42. Stretch (Reach Family) LT LG RG RT C T T S M E E W LT LG RG RT C T T S M E E W LT LG RG RT C T T S M E E LT LG RG RT C T T S M E E LT LG RG RT C T T S M E E LT LG RG RT C T T N M E E W Y Y SS Y Y N Y N Y X N W
  • 43. REACH Family Rules {Oline & TE} <ul><li>Covered Rule: 100% of the time you will BUCKET step with your play side foot. </li></ul><ul><li>Aiming Point is defenders play side armpit. </li></ul><ul><li>Align your nose on defenders armpit and bite it. </li></ul><ul><li>2 hand punch to aiming point. </li></ul><ul><li>Work hips vertical up field. </li></ul><ul><li>Uncovered Rule: 100% of the time you will BUCKET step with your play side foot. </li></ul><ul><li>Work with covered OL in the direction of the play. </li></ul><ul><li>2 hand punch to aiming point. </li></ul><ul><li>Attack the defenders far #, and work to over- take the block. </li></ul><ul><li>Length and depth of BUCKET of step is determined by alignment of defensive lineman. </li></ul><ul><li>* PRIORITY is to work at first level and work to 2nd level. Let the Lber come to you. </li></ul>
  • 44. Power Rt (GAP family) T H Q Y X Z T T S M W C C SS FS E E QB: Same footwork as Belly Read. Read Chase Read for give or pull. TE: Arch release for alley player if play side tackle is uncovered. Play side tackle covered, you will combo to backside linebacker. Backside guard will make a you or me call with the center on who is pulling and leading up on the linebacker. General rule:Who has the best angle to block the def Tackle. RT LG RG LT C
  • 45. Q Power Rt (GAP family) T H Q Y X Z T T S M W C C SS FS E E QB: Catch snap and sell fake to tailback. Patience!!! Allow backside guard to get to the hole and find daylight. RT LG RG LT C
  • 46. LT LG RG RT C T T S M E E W LT LG RG RT C T T S M E E W LT LG RG RT C T T S M E E LT LG RG RT C T T S M E E LT LG RG RT C T T S M E E LT LG RG RT C T T N M E E W Y Y SS Y Y N Y N Y X N W SS H H H H H H POWER (Gap Family)
  • 47. Power ( Gap Family Rules) PSOT: If PSOG is uncovered ~Combo with TE from man on you to backside Linebacker. If PSOG is covered ~combo with PSOG to backside Linebacker. “Solid Call” gap block man inside. PSOG: If center is uncovered ~Combo with PSOT from man on you to backside Linebacker. If center is covered ~combo with center to backside Linebacker. “Solid Call” gap block man inside. Center: Block man on or first man away from the play on the defensive line. BSOG will make “YOU” or “ME” call to say who is pulling to lead up on play side linebacker. “YOU call tells Center to pull. BSOG: Make “YOU” or “ME” call to tell center who is pulling. General rule is who has the better angle on the defensive lineman. “ME” call ~ skip pull and turn up tight to double team and lead block on play side linebacker. BSOT: Squeeze B gap defender and do not allow any penetration. TE: Play side: If PSOT is uncovered~ arc release to outside linebacker. If PSOT is covered ~Combo with PSOT to backside linebacker. H: Lead the play and kick out end man on the line of scrimmage. You must get inside the defender and drive him out.
  • 48. Counter Rt (GAP family) T H Q Y X Z T T S M W C C SS FS E E QB: Same footwork as Belly Read, but TB will cut behind you and the handoff will occur off your back hip. TE: Arch release for alley player if play side tackle is uncovered. Play side tackle covered, you will combo to backside linebacker. Backside guard will make a you or me call with the center on who is pulling and kicking out the Def. End. General rule:Who has the best angle to block the def Tackle. RT LG RG LT C
  • 49. Q Counter Lt (GAP family) T H Q Y X Z T T S M W C C SS FS E E QB: Catch snap and sell TB Counter. Patience!!! Allow H to get to the hole and find daylight. Right Guard: You Call to center. RT LG RG LT C
  • 50. LT LG RG RT C T T S M E E W LT LG RG RT C T T S M E E W LT LG RG RT C T T S M E E LT LG RG RT C T T S M E E LT LG RG RT C T T S M E E LT LG RG RT C T T N M E E W Y Y SS Y Y N Y N Y X N W SS H H H H H H Counter (Gap Family) FS FS
  • 51. COUNTER (GAP Family Rules) PSOT: If PSOG is uncovered ~Combo with TE from man on you to backside Linebacker. If PSOG is covered ~combo with PSOG to backside Linebacker. “Solid Call” gap block man inside. PSOG: If center is uncovered ~Combo with PSOT from man on you to backside Linebacker. If center is covered ~combo with center to backside Linebacker. “Solid Call” gap block man inside. Center: Block man on or first man away from the play on the defensive line. BSOG will make “YOU” or “ME” call to say who is pulling to kick out end man on line of scrimmage. “YOU call tells Center to pull. BSOG: Make “YOU” or “ME” call to tell center who is pulling. General rule is who has the better angle on the defensive lineman. “ME” call ~ Flat pull and kick out end man on line of scrimmage. BSOT: Squeeze B gap defender and do not allow any penetration. TE: Play side: If PSOT is uncovered~ arc release to outside linebacker. If PSOT is covered ~Combo with PSOT to backside linebacker. H: Jab step away from play and get on outside hip of pulling lineman. Lead up the hole tight of the combo block.
  • 52. PASSING GAME
  • 53. Pass Protections
  • 54. <ul><li>30/31 is our quick game protection. </li></ul><ul><li>These protections are FULL slide protections. </li></ul><ul><ul><li>30 ~ slide by the OL is going to the right. </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>31 ~ slide by the OL is going to the left. </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>We will generally slide to the TE, but can go either way. </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Rules (Slide from the first uncovered man back) </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Covered: Chip man on and secure backside gap. </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Uncovered: Slide down and secure gap. </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Keep Shoulders Square to Line of Scrimmage as much as possible. </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>If you see the linebacker walk up that you and your teammate are to combo to, make “Man” call. </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Backside Tackle. If you have man on and the linebacker walks up that the TB is responsible for, make “RAM” Call and block linebacker. </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>“ MAX” Call, tells the Tight End to the call side to stay in and block. </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>TB: </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Play side Tackle Covered: Double Read Inside Linebacker to Def. End. </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Play side Tackle Uncovered: Fit off the butt of Tackle and take first edge player to show. “RAM” call fit off the butt of offensive tackle. </li></ul></ul></ul>30/31
  • 55. LT LG RG RT C T T S M E E W T T LT LG RG RT C T T S M E E LT LG RG RT C T T S M E E LT LG RG RT C T T S M E E LT LG RG RT C T T N M E E W Y Y Y Y N Y X N W T 30/31 Slide Protection T T T T T-1 T-2 T-1 T-2 “ 30” “ 30” “ 30” “ 31” “ 31 Max” LT LG RG RT C S M E E W Y N T $ B “ 30”
  • 56. <ul><li>50/51 is our drop back 5 step pass protection. </li></ul><ul><li>This Protection is based on BOB principals. (Big on Big and Back on Backers) </li></ul><ul><ul><li>50 ~Either the Right Guard or Center will have the Double READ. TB going left. </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>51 ~Either the Left Guard or Center will have the Double READ. TB going right. </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Direction of the double read will be dictated by the structure of the routes. </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Rules </li></ul><ul><ul><li>BOB Side: (Big on Big) Man protection ~ OL on DL, TB on LB. </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Uncovered OL: Get depth on pass set so you can make the double read. We always read inside to outside. </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>TB: You will be check releasing on all 50/51 Routes, unless we call Max. Your route rules are according to each route, but your #1 responsibility is to check your blitz pick-up prior to releasing on your route. </li></ul></ul>50/51
  • 57. LT LG RG RT C T T S M E E W LT LG RG RT C T T S M E E LT LG RG RT C T T S M E E LT LG RG RT C T T S M E E LT LG RG RT C T T N M E E W Y Y Y Y N Y X N W T 50/51 BOB Protection T T T T C-1 C-2 “ 51” “ 51” “ 51” “ 50” W C-1 C-2 G-1 G-2 Fan Call G-1 G-2 LT LG RG RT C S M E E W Y N T $ B Vs. 3-3 we would game plan & use “30/31 Protections ” “ 30” G-1 G-2 T-1 T-2 “ 50 Max”
  • 58. <ul><li>Boot Protection is our base play-action pass protection. </li></ul><ul><li>Rules </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Same rules as our 30/31 protections, just more aggressive and we want to sell run. We cannot go down field to block linebackers, but we want to make sure we come off the ball low and hard. Helmet level LOW! </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>TB: Sell Belly bake and block backside edge or Outside linebacker. </li></ul></ul>BOOT Protection
  • 59. LT LG RG RT C T T S M E E W T T LT LG RG RT C T T S M E E LT LG RG RT C T T S M E E LT LG RG RT C T T S M E E LT LG RG RT C T T N M E E W Y Y Y Y N Y X N W T Boot Protection T T T T T-1 T-2 T-1 T-2 T-1 T-2 “ Boot Rt” “ Boot Rt” “ Boot Rt” LT LG RG RT C S M E E W Y N T $ B “ Boot Rt” “ Boot Lt” “ Boot Lt”
  • 60. Route Names
  • 61. Hitch Slant Fade 3 0 2 0 Vertical release at defender working to his outside. Plant outside foot on 5th step. Do not work back to ball. QB will deliver ball to the shoulder away from defender. 5 steps 3 steps Quick release vertically 3 steps, plant outside foot and make cut to open grass. Anticipate ball at the break. Get up field immediately to avoid inside defenders. Anticipate contact. 4 steps Vertical push towards inside shoulder of defender. On forth step shift gears as you break outside. Maintain 4-5 yards from sidelines, look over inside shoulder and follow ball in with your eyes. Quick Game 3 0 2 0 3 0 2 0
  • 62. Hugo (Hitch & G0) Slugo (Slant & G0) Stick 3 0 2 0 Execute the HITCH route, flash hands to QB as if to catch the ball. Pivot to the outside to avoid contact and get vertical and leave 4-5 yards from sideline for QB to drop ball in over outside shoulder. 5 steps 3 steps Execute 3 step slant route. Sell slant move and on 4th and 5th steps hit the breaks, quick swim the defender and plant and get vertical. Avoid contact. 5 steps Take best release and run 5 step hitch route and work back outside and sit in the open grass. Vs. man keep working to the sidelines. Outside Receivers will sit in open windows and not work outside. Quick Game 3 0 2 0 3 0 2 0
  • 63. Corner Seam Seam (outside receiver) 3 0 2 0 TE Route. Best release 5 steps, give little head fake inside like you’re about to sit on a stick route. Run to open grass. Split the difference between the safety and cornerback. 5 steps Best release and push vertical staying on the hash vs. a 1 safety look. Vs a 2 safety look split the safeties. Shorten split and use inside release to the near hash. You want to to be full speed as soon as the TE breaks for the corner. Quick Game Vs. 2 safety Vs. 1 safety 3 0 2 0 3 0 2 0
  • 64. Arrow Flair 3 0 2 0 Release outside. If you would run the route all the way to the sideline you would never be deeper than 3 yards. Look over inside shoulder for ball. Loose a close to 2-3 yards depth. Continue to get width to original WR position. Quick Game (H) & (TB) Routes Bubble/Boiler Do not lose any ground. Aiming point is alignment of outside receiver. Get head turned around and catch the ball going forward. Stay outside and get to down the sidelines. 3 0 2 0 3 0 2 0
  • 65. Curl Out Dig 3 0 2 0 Work best release and make it look like a fade pushing to a depth of 12 yards. Plant outside foot and turn inside by pulling back on inside elbow. Work inside to find a window or open grass. 12 yards Vertical push towards inside shoulder of defender. On forth step shift gears and sell the fade. At 10 yards plant inside foot and work out. 10 Yards Inside release, push vertical 10 yards and break inside. Find the open window or grass and settle vs zone or continue to run across the field vs. man. 5 Step Pass Game 10 Yards 3 0 2 0 3 0 2 0
  • 66. Shallow Under Post/Corner 3 0 2 0 Inside release and stay at heels depth of the defensive line. Work across the field. Heels depth 5 yards Inside release for 3-4 yards gaining depth and work across the field under the linebacker drops no deeper than 5 yards. 10 yards Vertical release to a depth of 10 yards. Plant outside foot make a post move for 1-2 steps and then break to the deep outside finding open grass. Locate ball and adjust. 5 Step Pass Game 3 0 2 0 3 0 2 0
  • 67. Wheel Mini-Curl Pivot 3 0 2 0 Quick outside release and sell the arrow route. Once you get to 5-6 yards from the sidelines, turn downfield pressing vertically and maintain 4-5 yards from sidelines so QB can drop ball in over outside shoulder. 6 yards Inside release and sit under the linebacker drops. Find open grass and square up to QB. You must try and stay over the ball between the guards. 3 steps 5 Step Pass Game Sell the slant, plant outside foot and pivot back flat to the outside accelerating to the sidelines. 3 0 2 0 3 0 2 0
  • 68. Hunt Mesh 3 0 2 0 Inside release and avoid linebackers. Work to 6-8 yards and gradually gain depth working into the opposite hook to curl area. TE sets the depth of the mesh at 6 yards and X or H make the Mesh happen. Key the defender on the opposite man crossing to see if its man or zone. Vs. zone find a window or open grass once the mesh has occurred. Vs. man keep running gradually gaining depth. 5 Step Passing Game 6 yards Post Vertical release to a depth of 10 yards. Make cornerback think corner route by leaning to outside shoulder before you plant and break inside to post. Run to open grass between FS and Cornerback. 3 0 2 0 3 0 2 0
  • 69. QUICK (30/31) PASSING GAME
  • 70. T H Q Y X Z 30/31 Stick QB: Pre-snap Read ~Check backside for alley player. If the defense does not have an alley player throw Slant or tagged route to X. If defense has an alley player then work 3 man side. Key Outside linebacker (inside/outside read) Pro Rt Slip 30 Stick Z: Fade Y: Stick Route H: Arrow Route X: Slant (can tag any quick route or double move route) RT LG RG LT C
  • 71. 3 0 2 0 30/31 Stick Variations T H Q Y X Z T H Q Y X Z T H Q Y X Z T H Q Y X Z Pro Rt Whop H4 30 Stick Pro Rt King 30 Stick Twins Lt Slip Z8 30 Stick Flex Rt Slip 30 Stick 3 0 2 0 3 0 2 0 3 0 2 0 3 0 2 0
  • 72. T H Q Y X Z 30/31 YALE QB: Pre-snap Read ~Check backside for alley player. If the defense does not have an alley player throw Hitch or tagged route to X. If defense has an alley player then work 3 man side. Key Outside linebacker (inside/outside read) Pro Rt Slot 30 Yale Z: Stick Route (Work inside and find open grass. Y: Corner Route to open grass. Split difference on safety and cornerback. X: Hitch Route. (can tag any quick route or double move route) H: Flair Route RT LG RG LT C
  • 73. 3 0 2 0 30/31 Yale Variations T H Q Y X Z T H Q Y X Z T H Q Y X Z T H Q Y X Z Pro Rt King 30 Yale Pro Rt Whop H6 30 Yale Pro Rt Slip Z8 30 Yale Flex Rt Slip 30 Yale 3 0 2 0 3 0 2 0 3 0 2 0 3 0 2 0
  • 74. T H Q Y X Z 30/31 HITCH Pro Rt Whop 30 Hitch Z & X: Hitch Route @ 6 yards Y: Seam H: Seam QB: RT LG RG LT C
  • 75. 3 0 2 0 30/31 Hitch Variations T H Q Y X Z T H Q Y X Z T H Q Y X Z T H Q Y X Z Pro Rt Whip 30 Hitch Pro Rt Queen 30 Hitch Flex Rt Whop 30 Hitch 3 0 2 0 3 0 2 0 3 0 2 0 3 0 2 0
  • 76. Drop Back (50/51) PASSING GAME
  • 77. T H Q Y X Z Z: Corner Route at 10 yards Y: Crossing route at 6 yards. You set the depth of the mesh. Settle vs Zone and keep running vs man. X: Shorten alignment ~ Crossing route under the TE. You make the mesh happen. Settle vs Zone and keep running vs man. H: Arrow, turn into wheel when you hit sidelines. If you have a corner route by Z or X on your side, you cannot run wheel. TB: Check Release Flair away from H. QB: Take a peak at the Z then to both Mesh receivers and last read is the tailback on the swing. 50/51 Montana RT LG RG LT C
  • 78. 3 0 2 0 50/51 Montana Variations T H Q Y X Z T H Q Y X Z T H Q Y X Z T H Q Y X Z Pro Rt Whop 50 Montana XH Swap Flex Rt King 50 Montana Z Post Twins Lt Flex Whop 50 Montana XZ Swap Pro Rt Whip 50 Montana Z Dig 3 0 2 0 3 0 2 0 3 0 2 0 3 0 2 0
  • 79. T H Q Y X Z 50/51 Spartan Z: Post (can tag out) Y: Shallow (stay at heels depth of defensive line. Cannot settle on this route~keep running. X: Fade H: Dig (Push to the outside shoulder of the defender. If you find open grass settle, keep running vs man. TB: Check Arrow to the same side as the shallow. QB: Shallow to dig route. Take a peak at Z or X then your dump is the the TB in the flat. RT LG RG LT C
  • 80. 3 0 2 0 50/51 Spartan Variations T H Q Y X Z T H Q Y X Z T H Q Y X Z T H Q Y X Z Pro Rt Slot 50 Spartan Twins Lt Whop 50 Spartan HZ Swap Flex Rt Whop 50 Spartan XZ Out 3 0 2 0 3 0 2 0 3 0 2 0 3 0 2 0
  • 81. QB: Pre-snap Read ~ corner alignment on X. If he is pressed or tight think fade. If he is loose and at 7 yards or deeper then your read will be to the Y on the deep cross and to the H on the option route. You have a curl/flat read late to backside. T H Q Y X Z 50/51 YANKEE Pro Rt Whop 50 Yankee Z: Post - Curl: Sell the post and sit in the open grass. Y: Deep Cross Route: Run inside OLB and over ILB to the oppisite hash at 15-17 yards. X: Fade Route H: Option Route. (Think out unless OLB has leverage on you. T: Check Release to arrow. RT LG RG LT C
  • 82. 3 0 2 0 50/51 Yankee Variations T H Q Y X Z T H Q Y X Z T H Q Y X Z T H Q Y X Z Pro Rt Slip 50 Yankee Pro Rt Whop 50 Yankee Twins Left Flex Whop Z8 50 Yankee X Post 3 0 2 0 3 0 2 0 3 0 2 0 3 0 2 0
  • 83. T H Q Y X Z 50/51 CAL Z: Curl at 12. If ball is not thrown on time, work inside and find a window. Y: Mini-Curl @ 6 yards between the guards. Work to open grass and find space. X: Curl at 12. If ball is not thrown on time, work inside and find a window. H: Arrow (can tag wheel) TB: Check release Arrow away from H. QB: RT LG RG LT C
  • 84. 3 0 2 0 50/51 CAL Variations T H Q Y X Z T H Q Y X Z T H Q Y X Z T H Q Y X Z Pro Rt Queen 50 Cal Pro Rt Slip 50 Cal Flex Rt Slip 50 Cal 3 0 2 0 3 0 2 0 3 0 2 0 3 0 2 0
  • 85. T H Q Y X Z 50/51 VERMONT Vs. 2 Safety Z: Fade (can tag shallow or out) Y: Seam (split the safeties vs. 2 hi-safeties) X: Fade (can tag shallow or out) H: Seam (dig vs 2 hi-safeties) TB: Check Release Out away from H. QB: RT LG RG LT C
  • 86. 3 0 2 0 50/51 Vermont Variations T H Q Y X Z T H Q Y X Z T H Q Y X Z T H Q Y X Z Flex Rt Whop 50 Vermont Pro Rt Slot 50 Vermont H Dig Flex Rt Slip 50 Vermont Y Dig Pro Rt Whop 50 Vermont (X) or (Z) Under 3 0 2 0 3 0 2 0 3 0 2 0 3 0 2 0
  • 87. Play Action PASSING GAME
  • 88. T H Q Y X Z Boot Wisconsin Z & X: Boot to you: Fade Boot away from you: Post Y: Boot to you: Delay Arrow (“Mary had a little Lamb”) Boot away from you: Hunt Route H: Boot away from you: Hunt Route. Boot to you chip DE to Arrow. If you and TE are aligned on the same side we will run boot away from you, but you need to come across formation and run an Arrow route. QB: RT LG RG LT C
  • 89. 3 0 2 0 Boot Wisconsin Variations T H Q Y X Z T H Q Y X Z T H Q Y X Z T H Q Y X Z Pro Rt Queen Boot Lt Wisc Pro Rt Slip Bt Lt Wisc Flex Rt Slip 50 Cal Z Throwback Tag 3 0 2 0 3 0 2 0 3 0 2 0 3 0 2 0
  • 90. T H Q Y X Z Boot Yukon Z: Hunt Route Y: Corner Route X: Post Route H: Chip DE - Arrow. If you are on the backside of the formation you need to get across the formation and run an Arrow Route. QB: RT LG RG LT C
  • 91. 3 0 2 0 Boot Yukon Variations T H Q Y X Z T H Q Y X Z T H Q Y X Z T H Q Y X Z Twins Lt Slip Boot Rt Yukon Twins Lt Queen Boot Rt Yukon 3 0 2 0 3 0 2 0 3 0 2 0 3 0 2 0
  • 92. T H Q Y X Z Boot Clear Z: Seam Y: Hunt Route X: Fade H: Chip DE - Arrow. If aligned on the backside of the formation you need to get across and run an Arrow Route. TB: Can throw T Throwback. QB: RT LG RG LT C
  • 93. 3 0 2 0 Boot Clear Variations T H Q Y X Z T H Q Y X Z T H Q Y X Z T H Q Y X Z Twins Lt Flex Whip Boot Lt Clear Twins Lt King Boot Lt Clear 3 0 2 0 3 0 2 0 3 0 2 0 3 0 2 0
  • 94. T H Q Y X Z Boot Dakota Z: Mesh Y: Mary had a little lamb - arrow X: Mesh H:Corner Route QB: We are trying to hi - low the playside corner, if the arrow or corner routes do not open up, look for the Z on the throwback. RT LG RG LT C
  • 95. 3 0 2 0 Boot Dakota Variations T H Q Y X Z T H Q Y X Z T H Q Y X Z T H Q Y X Z Pro Rt Slip Bt Rt Dakota 3 0 2 0 3 0 2 0 3 0 2 0 3 0 2 0
  • 96. SCREEN GAME
  • 97. T H Q Y X Z T T S M C C SS FS E E W KANSAS Rt X: Soft Corner ~ 1 Giant step and vs hard corner ~ 3 small steps up field.Comeback behind LOS @ 85% speed. Ball Should be caught 6-7 yards outside OT. H: 5 yard split from the X. Drive up field like you are about to stalk the OLB and inside out the corner over X. *PSOT: Flash pass set and pull flat to kick out cornerback. *PSOG:1001-1002, pass set and go block FS. *Center: 1001-1002, pass set and pull to backside inside linebacker. *BSOG: 1001-1002, pass set and pull flat for alley player. *BSOT: Kick slide and get DE to come up field. If he try’s to cross your face, redirect and drive him into the pile. TB: Drive up like pass pro, hide behind OL and run screen route under the Defensive End. QB: Read Play side Defensive End. If he comes up field throw screen to Tailback. If End drops off and plays screen, lose ground and throw alley screen to X. RT LG RG LT C
  • 98. T H Q Y X Z T T S M C C SS FS E E W BUBBLE LT OL: Exception to our Rules: Bubble is blocked like STRETCH, even though it starts with the letter “B” Can run this to the H or Z. When running the Bubble route, Do not lose any ground. Aiming point is alignment of outside receiver. Get head turned around and catch the ball going forward. Stay outside and get to down the sidelines RT LG RG LT C
  • 99. T H Q Y X Z T T S M C C SS FS E E W BOILER RT OL: Exception to our Rules: Bubble is blocked like STRETCH, even though it starts with the letter “B” QB: Pump the Bubble and turn and throw Boiler to TB. RT LG RG LT C
  • 100. T H Q Y X Z T T S M C C SS FS E E W TUNNEL Screen QB: Lose ground and look deep and come back to receiver running screen route. We can run Tunnel Screen to any of the 5 eligible receivers (X, Z, Y, H or T) Side away from receiver running the screen routes will run verticals and TB will run Boiler Route away from screen. Tunnel Screen Route: One huge step up field and come back behind the LOS. You will be catching the ball close to the alignment of the OT. Catch ball and find seam up field. OLINE: Pass Set 1001-1002 and attack your lanes finding first different color jersey in your lane. RT LG RG LT C
  • 101. GOALLINE
  • 102. Magnum Rt Belly Read Rt T H Q Y X Z T T S M C C SS FS E E W RT LG RG LT C
  • 103. Magnum Rt Z Counter Rt T H Q Y X Z T T S M C C SS FS E E W RT LG RG LT C
  • 104. Magnum Rt Z Power Lt T H Q Y X Z T T S M C C SS FS E E W RT LG RG LT C
  • 105. Magnum Lt Z Counter Pass Rt T H Q Y X Z T T S M C C SS FS E E W QB: Sell the counter fake to the Z. Boot out and look for the T in the flats to the Y on a deep cross. X: Run slant route and find FS and sit by the FS and occupy him. Y: Deep cross route - find open grass. H: Block QB backside Z: Sell counter fake and help H on securing backside. T: Chip playside DE and run arrow route. RT LG RG LT C
  • 106. Rhino Rt Ben Rt T H Q Y X R T T S M C C B FS E E W RT LG RG LT C
  • 107. Rhino Rt Ben Rt T H Q Y X R T T S M C C B FS E E W RT LG RG LT C
  • 108. Rhino Rt Q Ben Rt T H Q Y X R T T S M C C B FS E E W RT LG RG LT C
  • 109. Rhino Rt Q Speed Rt T H Q Y X R T T S M C C B FS E E W RT LG RG LT C
  • 110. Rhino Rt Belly Pass Rt T H Q Y X R T T S M C C B FS E E W QB: Sell Belly Fake and boot out reading flat to deep crossing route. X: Deep crossing route - find open grass. Y: Mary had a little lamb - arrow route T: sell the belly - dive into the pile like you have the ball. RT LG RG LT C

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