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    Coaches,
    Can I please get some suggestions to the best way to get the ball into the hands of my tight-end. I have a very young line and I need to loosen up the blitzing and flowing backers. Any input is appreciated. Thank you.
    [FONT=Times New Roman][COLOR=DarkGreen]Jamie Auch
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    Coach,
    That's exactly the reason I ran the waggle shovel to the TE. Down Keep pass was also one of my favorites as well.
    Good luck,
    Metz
    Marcelo Metzelar
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    coachmetz.proboards85.com

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    Coach Metz:
    What are your patterns on down pass?

    Coach Auch:
    We Have been running a ton of Pro Blue/Red & Loose red/blue to get the ball in in our Best receivers hands
    Chris Cuomo
    Offensive Coordinator
    East Haven High School
    East Haven, CT

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    everyone runs down pass(I call it bunch pass) a little different.
    TE has a corner at 10 yds
    WB has a whip/out at 5
    SE has a backside post
    QB always has option to run. After the down fake, he has to whip his head around and make a throw QUICKLY. The routes will get jumped very fast if not. It is not a 3 second read and throw.

    I still say waggle is the best play for the TE.
    SE 12 yd out
    WB 7 yd backside post
    FB 5 yard out(PA)
    TB (pa)block backside(release on vertical, set up for screen, both options)
    TE banana route 5-7 yd drag and SIT at the hash.

    9x out of 10 the flow goes to FB/SE and the TE is sitting and waiting for FB.

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    We will try to get the ball in our TE's hands a number of different ways:
    Traditional Wing-T (Waggles, Counter Boot, Keep Pass, Down Pass. We will
    Also Go Pro Red & Pro Blue and run 3 step drop with the TE and HB.
    Ed Sadloch
    Head Football Coach
    Cedar Grove (NJ) H.S.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Howling Wolves
    Coach Metz:
    What are your patterns on down pass?
    Coach,
    I used a Smash for the TE, flat for the WB, post for the SE and kept the other two backs in for blocking.
    Marcelo Metzelar
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    coachmetz.proboards85.com

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    thanks
    Chris Cuomo
    Offensive Coordinator
    East Haven High School
    East Haven, CT

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    Coach this is our first year running the wingt and one of our better pass plays has been the TE hot pass. We fake belly action and hit him running down the seam. Avg 14 yds / catch right now off of it

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoachMurphy
    Coach this is our first year running the wingt and one of our better pass plays has been the TE hot pass. We fake belly action and hit him running down the seam. Avg 14 yds / catch right now off of it
    Does the QB ride the FB, or does he drop back and throw?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coach123
    Does the QB ride the FB, or does he drop back and throw?
    Flash fake (quick ride) and kick back a step and throw (trying to let him clear the LBs but before the safety)

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