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    Default Easy throws

    We got to get people out of the box. What are some easy, heavy protection type passing schemes? We run waggle and keep. I would like to give some pro wing T looks with a flanker, TE, and Split all in the game. That would still allow us to run Down and Belly even when we have SE/FL.

    Any ideas?

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    3 step-

    Hitch/Seam
    Slant/Arrow
    Fade/Out

    5 step-

    Curl/Flat


    All easy throws...

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    Mike,

    Thanks. Are you calling the play from outside in on a two reciever combo? or something else?


    SE T G C G T E
    WB Q FL

    FB

    Don't know if this comes out right but, this is what we like as a formation.

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    Yep- outside to in or #1/#2...

    Is this the formation?

    ---X--------T--G--C--G--T--E-----------------
    ----------A-------Q----------------------Z----
    -------------------F---------------------------

    OR


    ---X--------T--G--C--G--T--E-----------------
    -------------------Q----------------------Z----
    -------------A-----F-----(A)----------------------

    Either way- you can go with 3 step game- very good against cover 3

    Another easy throw is 4 verts- #1s run Go routes, #2s run landmark seams up the hashes- QB throws off FS- ball needs to be there under 20 yds. It will be a "2" ball- not a rope and not a rainbow, kinda in between. Look the FS off with your eyes and throw opposite.

    Love 4 verts, especially with a playfake behind it (flash fake the belly) to hold the alley players/LBs and allow the slot/TE to get vertical.

    Quick 5 step drop on 4 verts- 1,2,3,4/5 setup throw...right now-rhythm throw.
    Good luck dude

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    coach:
    when running those combos out of this formation:
    ---X--------T--G--C--G--T--E-----------------
    ----------A-------Q----------------------Z----
    ------------------ F---------------------------

    How are you pass protecting?
    How runs what routes:
    X&Z run's slant, A&E runs arrow? Am I correct with this assumtion?
    Chris Cuomo
    Offensive Coordinator
    East Haven High School
    East Haven, CT

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    You can protect a number of ways, but I prefer a 6 man half-slide with the FB or a 7 man full slide protection with the FB & TE.

    You got it with the routes; Outside WR (#1) run the Slant, insides run the arrow (unless they are protecting).

    I like to package 3 step as either mirrored or a 2 deep beater to one side and a 1 deep beater to the other, a la hitch/seam to one side, double slants to the other.

    In case you were wondering about the 6 man half-slide protection:

    Call side - 3 man Zone (Center has A, Guard has B, Tackle has C)- uncovered lineman has double check ILB to OLB

    Backside - Big on Big, back on backers (double checking ILB to OLB)

    Our calls are "Roger/Louie"- back goes opposite (he is part of the man blocking side)


    Hope this helps

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    it helps!!!
    thanks again
    Chris Cuomo
    Offensive Coordinator
    East Haven High School
    East Haven, CT

  8. #8

    Default Getting defenders out of box

    1. What about formations? Spread em out.

    2. Easy throws in my opinion.
    Mesh, Stick,
    Quick game, smash, flats, all hitches. You could also sprint out which would help. Getting in gun allows QB to see field and possibly be more confident.

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