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Quick Passingsteinertspartans

  1. 1. Steinert Spartans 3 Step Drop 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.
  2. 2. Quick Passing Basics Replay
  3. 3. Quick Passing Basics <ul><ul><li>Complete Quick package consists of 3 patterns – </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>1) Hitch 2) Slant 3) Fade </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Patterns are always mirrored on both sides of the ball. </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>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. </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>No primary receiver – all receivers are to run complete routes and expect the ball every play. </li></ul></ul>Replay
  4. 4. Quick Passing Basics Replay
  5. 5. <ul><ul><li>QB’s pre-snap read will dictate the side he’ll be throwing to. </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>QB’s ‘key’ is always one defensive player with only 2 options -- “he does this - I do that”. </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Several formations, motioning and adjustment ‘tags’ give the illusion of complexity to the defense. </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>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. </li></ul></ul>Quick Passing Basics Replay
  6. 6. Quick Passing Basics Replay
  7. 7. <ul><ul><li>Individual routes within each pattern are assigned based on where you are aligned within the formation. </li></ul></ul>Quick Passing Basics Q C G T G T <ul><ul><li>Receivers are numbered from the outside-in: - #1, #2 or #3 on both sides. </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Note: many of our formations will not have a #2 or #3 receiver on both sides . </li></ul></ul>#1 #1 #2 #2 #3 #3 Replay
  8. 8. Hitch Replay
  9. 9. Hitch Q C G T G T #1 #2 #3 #1 #2 <ul><li>Hand signal - “hang loose” </li></ul><ul><li>#1 - Hitch route – wide split - 3 steps, snap back and expect the ball now (note: #1’s route will always be the pattern’s ‘name’ (e.g. hitch, slant, or fade)) </li></ul><ul><li>#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) </li></ul><ul><li>#3 – Option route – get ‘open’ anywhere beyond 7 yards and to the inside (note: on all patterns #3 will run an Option unless tagged) </li></ul>#3 could have been shown on the left Replay
  10. 10. Hitch Replay
  11. 11. Hitch Q C G T G T #1 #2 #3 <ul><li>QB’s pre-snap read: he’ll choose the side with the ‘softest’ Cornerback, being sure a LB is not in his passing lane. </li></ul><ul><li>At the snap the QB will look at his ‘key’, the flat defender, and throw opposite his coverage </li></ul>B B K K = QB key C C S #1 B Replay
  12. 12. Hitch Replay
  13. 13. Hitch Q C G T G T #1 #2 #3 <ul><li>If the ‘key’ defender doesn’t fly out to the flat, we’ll throw to the Hitch </li></ul>B B K C S #1 B C K = QB key Replay
  14. 14. Hitch Replay
  15. 15. Hitch Q C G T G T #1 #2 #3 <ul><li>If the ‘key’ defender flies out to the flat, we’ll throw to the Seam </li></ul>B B K C C S #1 B K = QB key Replay
  16. 16. Hitch Replay
  17. 17. Hitch T Y X Q C G T G T Z F #1 #2 Example – 1 of 3 B B K C C S #1 B 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 22 309
  18. 18. Hitch Replay
  19. 19. Hitch Z X Q C G T G T T F #1 #2 Example – 2 of 3 B B K C C S #1 B K = QB key Y #3 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 Big 31 309
  20. 20. Hitch Replay
  21. 21. Hitch T Z X Q C G T G T Z F #1 #2 Example – 3 of 3 (using motion) B K C C S B K = QB key Y #1 With Z motioning across, 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 middle of the field. Replay Big 31 Rip 309
  22. 22. Slant Replay
  23. 23. Slant Q C G T G T #1 #2 #3 #1 #2 <ul><li>Hand signal – “fists together” </li></ul><ul><li>#1 - Slant route – wide split - 3 steps, plant hard with outside foot, slant inside and expect the ball now </li></ul><ul><li>#2 – Flat route – take 1 step and roll outside working for width not depth, expect the ball now </li></ul><ul><li>#3 – Option route – get ‘open’ anywhere beyond 7 yards and to the inside </li></ul>#3 could have been shown on the left Replay
  24. 24. Slant Replay
  25. 25. Slant Q C G T G T #1 #2 #3 <ul><li>QB’s pre-snap read: he’ll always choose the single side 1 st , if the throwing lane is open. </li></ul><ul><li>When throwing to a multiple receiver side, the QB will look at his ‘key’, the flat defender, and throw opposite his coverage. </li></ul>B B K K = QB key C C S #1 B Lane NOT open Replay
  26. 26. Slant Replay
  27. 27. Slant Q C G T G T #1 #2 #3 <ul><li>If the ‘key’ defender flies out to the flat, we’ll throw to the Slant </li></ul>B K C C S #1 B K = QB key B Replay
  28. 28. Slant Replay
  29. 29. Slant Q C G T G T #1 #2 #3 <ul><li>If the ‘key’ defender hesitates or drops back, we’ll throw to the Flat </li></ul>B K C C S #1 B K = QB key B Replay
  30. 30. Slant Replay
  31. 31. Slant T Y X Q C G T G T Z F #1 #2 Example – 1 of 3 B B K C C S #1 B 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 22 312
  32. 32. Slant Replay
  33. 33. Slant Z X Q C G T G T T F #1 #2 Example – 2 of 3 B B K C C S #1 B K = QB key Y #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 Big 31 312
  34. 34. Slant Replay
  35. 35. Slant X Z Q C G T G T T F #1 Example – 3 of 3 (using motion) B B C C S #1 B K = QB key Y #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 22 Big Rip 312
  36. 36. Fade Replay
  37. 37. Fade Q C G T G T #1 #2 #3 #1 #2 <ul><li>Hand signal – “hand to top of helmet” </li></ul><ul><li>#1 - Fade route – tight split - 4 steps, then fade to 6 yards from the sideline and 20 yards deep </li></ul><ul><li>#2 – Out route – take 4 steps and speed cut outside to a depth of 6 yards, expect the ball now </li></ul><ul><li>#3 – Option route – get ‘open’ anywhere beyond 7 yards and to the inside </li></ul>#3 could have been shown on the right Replay
  38. 38. Fade Replay
  39. 39. Fade Q C G T G T #1 #3 #1 #2 B C B SS B K = QB key K FS <ul><li>QB’s pre-snap read: we’ll typically throw to the multiple receiver side, unless scouting/matchups tells us different. </li></ul><ul><li>The QB will look at his ‘key’, the Cornerback, and throw opposite his coverage. </li></ul>Replay
  40. 40. Fade Replay
  41. 41. Fade Q C G T G T #1 #3 #1 #2 <ul><li>If the ‘key’ defender drops to the flat, we’ll throw the Fade over him in a hole about 18-22 yards deep. </li></ul>B B SS B FS K C K = QB key Replay
  42. 42. Fade Replay
  43. 43. Fade Q C G T G T #1 #3 #1 #2 <ul><li>If the ‘key’ defender runs deep with the Fade, we’ll throw the Flat right now. </li></ul>B B SS B FS K C K = QB key Replay
  44. 44. Fade Replay
  45. 45. 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 QB sees the Cornerback covers the Fade -- throws the Out K = QB key Pre-snap – the QB picks right side with 2 receivers Replay #3 13 396
  46. 46. Fade Replay
  47. 47. 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 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 12 396
  48. 48. Fade Replay
  49. 49. Fade F Z X Q C G T G T Y T #1 #2 Example – 3 of 3 B FS C #1 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 T B #3 SS C SS FS Replay Big 31 Rip 396
  50. 50. #3- Option route Replay
  51. 51. #3- Option route Q C G T G T #1 #2 #3 <ul><li>For all 3 quick patterns, if both #1 & 2 are tightly covered, the QB will reset and look to throw the Option route to #3 or throw the ball away. </li></ul>B B K C C S #1 B K = QB key Replay

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