- See how to tag a specific player without having to change a play
- Incorporate the zone read into the inside and outside zone plays to keep defenses honest
- Learn how to use a fold blocking scheme to neutralize slanting defensive fronts
- See how to utilize the draw as an effective run anywhere and at any time
with Justin Fowler,
Hanford West High School (CA) Head Coach;
Coach Fowler details four running plays that he uses to attack the defense. He begins by covering gap designation and defensive line techniques that will help your offensive linemen determine which defenders are their responsibility when running the inside and outside zone plays.
He explains combination blocks and how they can be used to gain a numbers advantage on the perimeter. Blocking philosophies are illustrated so you know how the blocks are used. You may find that you are using many of these blocking philosophies in your current offense, which will simplify the implementation of these concepts. Combination blocks such as the double read are covered to address stunts and twists of defensive linemen and linebackers.
Fowler provides a series of plays he uses in his offense along with the hole numbering system.
Fowler uses game footage and Power Point to demonstrate the inside zone, outside zone, wrap, and draw running play against different defensive fronts. He spells out the blocking assignments of the offensive line and provides coaching points on what your backs will need to do to make the plays successful.
This is a great video that gives detailed explanation of the run game in a no huddle offense.
51 minutes. 2012.Football Videos