- Offense must account for 7 potential immediate rushers
- Make it easier to blitz defensive backs
- Add multiplicity to the defensive front
with Steve Fex, Coppell (TX) HS Assistant Coach;
member of 2001 University of Washington coaching staff (2001 Rose Bowl Champions)
If you're interested in using the 3-4 defense effectively against the Wing-T offense, this video is a must.
Guided by detailed explanations and demonstrations, you'll learn how to force the offense to account for seven potential immediate rushers, how to make it easier to blitz defensive backs, and how to use multiple fronts.
- Put more defenders at the point of attack by setting the front where you need it most.
- Learn the three most common blocks your DL will have to beat.
- See a simple-to-grasp breakdown of gap accountability
Steve Fex applies his extensive knowledge and experience with the 3-4 defense to defending the Wing-T offense. He uses a white board to describe defensive personnel, front declaration, and base front characteristics. His team hits the practice field to demonstrate his strategies for defensive line characteristics, outside linebacker characteristics, inside linebacker characteristics, and "mix it." Fex then utilizes game footage to show plays in action.
This video includes everything you need to know on how to defend a successful Wing-T offense. Add it to your library today!
105 minutes. 2009.Football Videos