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Boot Pass

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Boot Pass

  1. 1. Attacking Defenses With the Boot PassAttacking Defenses With the Boot Pass JOHN RICEJOHN RICE HEAD COACHHEAD COACH EISENHOWER HS,EISENHOWER HS, RIALTO, CARIALTO, CA From 1 Back, One TEFrom 1 Back, One TE R BBBB TTEE BB BB TT EE X YH Z CC CC
  2. 2. Characteristics of the Boot Pass: • It is a pass executed off a run fake • After the QB fakes a handoff, he rolls opposite the flow (ex:fake run left, roll right) BBBB TTEE BB BB TT EE X Y H R Z Q CCCC
  3. 3. Characteristics of the Boot Pass: • It is usually designed to create a hi/lo on the playside flat defender after the corner has been run deep by the playside wide out BBBB CC TTEE BB BB TT EE X Y H R Z Q CC Receiver High Receiver Low ? Fake
  4. 4. Characteristics of the Boot Pass: • Usually the play is designed to place a fourth receiver in the deep middle third to keep the free safety from cheating to the playside BBBB CC TTEE BB BB TT EE X Y H R Z Q CC Receiver High Receiver Low ? Fake Receiver Middle Third FF Receiver Deep *There are many formations from which to get receivers To these spots
  5. 5. Characteristics of the Boot Pass: • Routes are named the following: BBBB CC TTEE BB BB TT EE X Y H R Z Q CC Fake FF Post Over Arrow Go or Deep Comeback *There are many formations from which to get receivers to these spots
  6. 6. Considerations in Designing a Boot Pass that will work for you: 1. Which successful run play will be the run action for our boot pass? 2. What defensive fronts do we anticipate seeing? 3. What formation adjustments do we need for defensive strategies? 4. Do we want to pull an offside lineman or run it “naked?” 5. Do we want the playside outside receiver to run deep or comeback? 6. Do we use motion?
  7. 7. Choose a Run Action • Iso • Zone BBBB TTEE BB BB TT EE Y F R Q BBBB TTEE BB BB TT EE Y F R Q
  8. 8. Choose a Run Action (cont.) • Counter • Counter BBBB TTEE BB BB TT EE Y F R Q BBBB TTEE BB BB TT EE Y F R Q
  9. 9. Choose a Run Action (cont.) • Zone from Gun • Counter from Gun BBBB TTEE BB BB TT EE R Q BBBB TTEE BB BB TT EE QR F
  10. 10. Pulling Linemen or Naked? • Pull vs. Even Front BBBB TTEE BB BB TT EE Playside Locate Contain Rusher eyes No Penetration! No Penetration! Rush Upfield Kick Out “Knifes” InsideLog DE Inside Playside EE BBBB TTEE BB BB TT • Naked vs. Even Front off Stretch Action “Pin” Arrow
  11. 11. Adjustments to defensive strategies • Vs. Cover 2 SS BB TTEE BB BB TT EE X Y H R Z Q CC CC FF ## 55 22 55 1010 ## 1515 1. Change “Deep” Route to “Go Pocket” 14-16 motion 2. Align or motion to trips; run vertical route to occupy playside safety X 3. Tighten backside receiver’s alignment to Facilitate getting across the defensive secondary faster
  12. 12. Adjustments to defensive strategies • Vs. Man Free SSBB TTEE BB BB TT EE X Y R Z Q CCCC FF ## 55 22 55 1010 ## 1515 H
  13. 13. Adjustments to defensive strategies • Vs. Man Free SS BB TTEE BB BB TT EE X Y R Z Q CC CC FF ## 55 22 55 1010 ## 1515 H Stairstep vs. man Wrap releases vs. man
  14. 14. Adjustments to defensive strategies • Vs. Cover 4 SS BB TTEE BB BB TT EE X Y H R Z Q CC CC FF ## 55 22 55 1010 ## 1515 motion 1. Align or motion to trips; run vertical route to occupy playside safety X 2. Tighten backside receiver’s alignment to Facilitate getting across the defensive secondary faster
  15. 15. Adjustments to defensive strategies • Vs. 2 inverted safeties SS BB TTEE BB BB TT EE Y H R Z Q CC CC FF ## 55 22 55 1010 ## 1515 motion 1. Align or motion to trips; run vertical route to occupy playside safety X 2. Tighten backside receiver’s alignment to Facilitate getting across the defensive secondary faster ?
  16. 16. Using Motion • For the outside playside “Go/Deep Comeback” Y Z Y Z BB TTEE BB BB TT EE Q CC Motion Pivot Motion BB TTEE BB BB TT EE Q CC Y Z BB TTEE BB BB TT EE Q CC Motion Pivot R Y Z BB TTEE BB BB TT EE Q CC Motion Pivot R
  17. 17. Using Motion • For the inside playside “Arrow” Z Y Z BB TTEE BB BB TT EE Q CC Short Motion Pivot Motion from Trips BB TTEE BB BB TT EE Q CC Z BB TTEE BB BB TT EE Q CC Motion From Backfield Pivot R Z BB TTEE BB BB TT EE Q CC Motion From stack formationR Y Y Y
  18. 18. Using Various Formations • For the inside playside “Arrow” Y Z Y Z BB TTEE BB BB TT EE Q CC From Backside Bunch From Offset I BB TTEE BB BB TT EE Q CC Y Z BB TTEE BB BB TT EE Q CC Motion From BackfieldR Y Z BB TTEE BB BB TT EE Q CC From Tight End Alignment R H X R
  19. 19. Using Motion • For the inside backside “over” route Motion from Trips H TTEE BB BB TT EE Q BB HR Motion from Backfield BB TTEE BB BB TT EE Q H Z Motion from Stack BB TTEE BB BB TT EE Q H BB TTEE BB BB TT EE Q Return Motion from Slot
  20. 20. Using Motion • For the Outside backside “post” route Motion from Trips Z TTEE BB BB TT EE Q CC Y BB Z H R Motion from Backfield BB TTEE BB BB TT EE Q CC H Z Motion from Stack BB TTEE BB BB TT EE Q CC Y BB TTEE BB BB TT EE Q Short Motion CC Y
  21. 21. Variations of the Boot Pass: From 1 Back-Two TEFrom 1 Back-Two TE R BBBB TTEE BB BB TT EE X YH Z CC CC Motion in 1 Back-Two TEMotion in 1 Back-Two TE R BBBB TTEE BB BB TT EE X YH Z CC CC
  22. 22. Variations of the Boot Pass: From 1 Back, One TEFrom 1 Back, One TE R BBBB TTEE BB BB TT EE X YH Z CC CC From 1 Back, One TEFrom 1 Back, One TE R BBBB TTEE BB BB TT EE X Y H Z CC CC
  23. 23. Variations of the Boot Pass: R From I FormationFrom I Formation F BBBB TTEE BB BB TT EE X Y Z CC CC R From I FormationFrom I Formation F BBBB TTEE BB BB TT EE X Y Z CC CC
  24. 24. Variations of the Boot Pass: From TripsFrom Trips R BB TTEE BB BB TT EE X Y H Z CC CC SSSS R BB TTEE BB BB TT EE X Y H Z CC CC SSSS From TripsFrom Trips
  25. 25. Variations of the Boot Pass: R BB TTEE BB BB TT EE X Y H Z CC CC SSSS From Trips-Jet ActionFrom Trips-Jet Action R BB TTEE BB BB TT EE X Y H Z CC CC SS BB From 4 Wide-Jet ActionFrom 4 Wide-Jet Action
  26. 26. Variations of the Boot Pass R From BunchFrom Bunch Y BBBB TTEE BB BB TT EE X Y Z CC CC R From BunchFrom Bunch Y BBBB TTEE BB BB TT EE X Y Z CC CC motion
  27. 27. JOHN RICEJOHN RICE HEAD COACHHEAD COACH EISENHOWER HIGH SCHOOLEISENHOWER HIGH SCHOOL RIALTO, CARIALTO, CA (951) 537-9902(951) 537-9902 zacoach102@aol.comzacoach102@aol.com OWERPOINT PRESENTATION AVAILABLE FOR $5 ON COWERPOINT PRESENTATION AVAILABLE FOR $5 ON C DVD CUTS AVAILABLE FOR $10DVD CUTS AVAILABLE FOR $10 VIDEO CUTS-DVD

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