What do you do when you’ve got a dangerous running Quarterback, but your offense isn’t geared to him? You adjust.
Any Offensive System that is worth its salt is able to utilize the best athletes on the field. If that’s not the case, you don’t have a System. Because you’re going to have to completely change the offense for a special athlete one day. Continue reading “Quarterbacks in the Run Game | QC Episode 214”
Forget about fancy ball drills. This is what Wide Receivers really need to work on in your football practice.
No position group wastes more time working on things that don’t matter for their offensive attack than receivers. In this episode, we’re going to focus on what a Coach Simple, Play Fast, Win approach to Wide Receiver drills really looks like. Continue reading “Wide Receiver Drills | FBCP S07 Episode 05”
The Iso Run Play is a classic downhill run play. But how can you make it safe in the modern game of football?
This was a great question from a listener in response to an email I sent out last week. Like many of you, I’ve been watching a lot of old football… because there’s no new football. Continue reading “Iso Run Play Blocking | QC Episode 213”
If you have the right Offensive Line Footwork, your guys should never miss a block. Here’s how to make it happen.
Coaching Offensive Line has always been my true passion in football. It’s the most exciting position to work with for me. And I love working on the perfect footwork to make a block. Continue reading “Offensive Line Footwork | FBCP S07 Episode 02”
Now these are some good questions. Time to get back in a different sort of mailbag.
Usually when we do a mailbag show, it’s just a huge collection of stuff that wasn’t enough for a full episode from my Twitter DM’s. Not this time.
This time it’s 4 questions from an email I sent out, hitting a little bit of everything. Here’s the topics… Continue reading “Safety Reads, Empty Formations & More Mailbag | QC Episode 210”
The Jet Sweep is a great play, if you use it right in your offense. The big advantage comes from the counters.
Today’s JDFB Quick Clinic question is a great one. It’s about running counters off the Jet Sweep motion. Probably my favorite reason to even put the Jet Sweep in the playbook.
In the Pistol Power Offense System, Jet Sweep is a fairly cheap play to install. You just use the same blocking as our basic stretch play. But it can have big advantages if you’re using the ‘counters’ we talk about in this episode. Jet Sweep make great window dressing!
This was a response to a listener question sent by Twitter. You can send in your questions for the JDFB Quick Clinic by messaging me on Twitter @footballinfo or sending an email to me at email@example.com.