Using a Tight End with your Power Run Play gives you a serious advantage against Odd Fronts. Here’s how to get it done.
The Power run play, as it’s taught in the Pistol Power Offense System, uses a basic and universal set of rules that works against any defense. Odd Fronts are no diferent.
In today’s episode of the JDFB Quick Clinic, I’ll run through the rules and talk about how we handle blocking an Odd Front defense when using a tight end. You can also get more details by checking out my free 3 video series here. Continue reading “QC 136 Blocking Power vs Odd Fronts”
Coach Fore talks about what might be a deciding factor in making a decision to leave your current job. There are 5 ways to know it might be time to pull that trigger on a new job search.
Continue reading “CLP Episode 18 – 5 Ways To Know It’s Time To Go”
Cover 3 can be a great base coverage, or compliment to more man coverages and pattern match coverages.
Not all Cover 3 coverages are created equal. In today’s episode of the JDFB Quick Clinic, we’re looking at a variation on Cover 3 that is a bit of a Tampa 2 hybrid. Continue reading “QC 135 Cover 3 Variations”
The Run and Shoot is back in the age of RPO’s. Why one simple play can make such a huge difference.
This week’s podcast is about a new take on the Run and Shoot. Hawaii is back running and shooting and RPOing their spread offense to the island’s delight. With only a Sophomore Quarterback but immense potential, we could be seeing the beginning of a new offensive juggernaut. Continue reading “PSSO S4E17 Run And Shoot 2.0 Has RPO’s! Hawaii Breakdown”
Scheme doesn’t matter if you don’t have great tackling technique. We’re taking a deep dive into teaching safe and effective tackling for your football team!
Player safety is the single most important aspect of coaching football today. But it doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice effective blocking and tackling. Continue reading “FBCP S03E15 Coaching Tackling Technique”
Calling blitzes is easy. Coaching proper Linebacker Blitz Technique so that blitz is successful, is harder.
Defensive Coordinators love dialing up the perfect blitz. You hate seeing that perfect blitz run right past the ball carrier.
Today’s episode is a question by email about how to coach your proper Linebacker blitz technique so that your guys don’t run past the play or get destroyed by the blocking scheme. We’ll talk about blitzing on run downs vs. pass downs, and how the technique changes for each situation. Continue reading “QC 134 Linebacker Blitz Technique”
What should you do with an undersize line and if all you have is a great QB, how should we change our offense. Most coaches would never think of this solution!
This week’s podcast is about your questions again. First I talk about what you can do when you just can’t run the ball inside. Hint: Find a way to run the ball inside! There’s a way and I talk about some ideas I have to make it happen. Continue reading “PSSO S4E16 Coaches Questions: Undersized Line and QB taking”
Coach Fore talks about the 10 Commandments of an Effective Kickoff Team. Fore also checks in with Lamont Butler, first time Head Football Coach at the collegiate level, about their third game of the year.
Find the article on 10 Commandments of an Effective Kickoff Team here.
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Coach Safety Reads that tell your force and alley players if it’s a run or a pass. And never have to change those reads again.
With the defensive philosophy that I subscribe to, the ‘umbrella’ is critical to the success of the defense. That means your Safety reads must be fast and accurate.
You can’t have a lot of confusion or hesitation. And you can’t give up long passes on play action because of a bad read. Continue reading “FBCP S03E14 Coaching Safety Reads & Keys”