Group Football Drills can target a specific area and clean out all of the noise around it. Plus you don’t need as many players.
This episode was planned for several weeks into the future, but it needed to be moved up. These group football drills can do wonders for a lot more teams than even I knew. Continue reading “Group Football Drills for Low Numbers| FBCP S05 Episode 13”
Time to take a look at a classic Air Coryell Playbook. An offense that brought the passing game to prominence in the NFL.
Don Coryell and the San Diego Chargers lit up the NFL in the late 1970s and early 1980s. The Air Coryell passing tree is something everyone has heard about in our coaching journey. Continue reading “Air Coryell! 1983 San Diego Chargers Playbook Breakdown | FBCP S05 Episode 12”
There’s football teams from the past we still love to watch. For many reasons. Here’s our Top 5 Teams to Watch from the past.
Football coaches all have a little ‘football junkie’ in us. That desire to watch a game with the DVR remote so we can go back and watch a play again. Or pull games from the past up to watch our favorite offense or defense from the past. Continue reading “Top 5 Football Teams to Watch with Ron Mckie | FBCP S05 Episode 11”
Here’s how to get the most out of your individuals football drills. Maximize your time without sacrificing your team’s performance.
You’ve got a limited amount of time to teach all the skills and techniques your football players need. And it starts with your 1 on 1 football drills in the individuals period. Continue reading “12 Keys to Getting The Most From Individuals Football Drills | FBCP S05 Episode 10”
It’s the 300th Episode of The Football Coaching Podcast, so Nate Albaugh is back and we’re talking Wing-T Belly Series!
The Buck Series is everybody’s favorite, but the Belly Series can be deadly for Wing-T Offenses. We’re breaking the Belly Series down with a Wing-T Novice and a Wing-T Expert on this episode of The Football Coaching Podcast. Continue reading “300th Episode! Wing-T Belly Series with Nate Albaugh| FBCP S05 Episode 09”
The performance of your Overhang Safeties in your defense is critical to your success. No matter what front you’re running, here’s how to coach your force defenders.
It’s one of the most requested topics that I get for The Football Coaching Podcast. Two years ago, we broke down coaching the overhang safeties in Episode 209. Time to do it again… Continue reading “Coaching Overhang Safeties and Outside Linebackers | FBCP S05 Episode 08”
When your Running Backs are doing a great job blocking for your team, the offense starts clicking. Here’s how to get it done.
Running Backs spend a lot of their time working on ball handling and jump cutting. Making moves and maybe even catching a pass or two… but there’s one skill they better get good at. Continue reading “Coaching Running Backs Blocking Technique | FBCP S05 Episode 07”
There’s successful seasons… and then there’s a successful program. Here’s how you know your team has ‘Made It’.
There’s good teams on your schedule. They have quality seasons and then some years they drop off. The coaching staff has some turnover, the players have even more. Continue reading “10 Signs Your Football Program Has Made It | FBCP S05 Episode 06”
You’ve got your playbook all planned out… but how do you get all this in? Here’s how to build your Install Practice Plans.
Coach Simple, Play Fast, Win. That’s what Joe Daniel Football is all about. That means you can get your entire offense or defense installed quickly. Continue reading “How to Build Install Practice Plans | FBCP S05 Episode 05”
It’s a slight technique change for blocking run plays. But it worked. Here’s the How and Why on the shift to shoulder blocking.
A few years ago, I came to the realization that something had to change in the way we teach blocking run plays on our Offensive Line. We needed to take out the weak link. Continue reading “Why I Took the Hands Out of Blocking Run Plays | FBCP S05 Episode 04”