Multi-Faceted Pistol Offense Series

Multi-Faceted Pistol Offense Series
Multi-Faceted Pistol Offense Series
Item# FD-04786
$199.99
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Product Description

  • Learn how to use tempo, confidence and execution to create an offensive system that puts defenders in conflict
  • Get a detailed study of the "Inside Zone" play in a modified zone scheme
  • Learn how to stretch the defense from sideline to sideline
  • Learn how the "inside zone" play offers a split-flow complement to a traditional veer offense
  • Learn how to combat the common problem of a stacked-box defense versus an option offense
  • Learn four combination passing concepts that will help your offense make use of space
with Lambert Brown, former Chaska (MN) High School Head Coach;
2013 Missota Conference Champs; 2013 Missota Coach of the Year; led Chaska to the state semi-finals in 2013

Learn how to use tempo, confidence and execution to create an offensive system that puts defenders in conflict. Former Chaska High School (MN) head coach Lambert Brown shares his years of experience in running systems that create problems for defenses. Using the pistol option base, Coach Brown explains how a multi-faceted offense with different schemes can be unified into an identity that creates a competitive advantage.

Coach Brown starts with a detailed overview of his pistol offense. He discusses why he runs the pistol and why he uses the no-huddle tempo in his offense. His reasons include, in part, the ability to run an entire option package from any formation while making it difficult for the defense to make substitutions.

Knowledge is power, and Coach Brown wants to know these things each week when going into a game: Who is the flat defender? Who is the edge defender? Is it the same person? Does the DE crash or box? What is their favorite coverage? Do they roll coverages? What can we take advantage of? Coach Brown shares his "pick-on" packages, which give the offense plays to run against various players (cornerbacks, defensive end, outside backers, inside backers and safeties). This is vital knowledge for any coach who has struggled offensively because of one or two defensive positions.

Coach Brown also shares his successful packaged play, where he calls two plays in one to take advantage of how a defense is weakened by its adjustments to stop certain base plays. Examples of run/pass, pass/draw options are provided in detail to give a better understanding of how to "put a defense in conflict."

See how the pistol allows the option package to run out of any formation, and learn how Coach Brown has built mental toughness and swagger into his players. You'll find these fundamentals and more in this excellent presentation.

72 minutes. 2015.


with Lambert Brown, former Chaska (MN) High School Head Coach;
2013 Missota Conference Champs; 2013 Missota Coach of the Year; led Chaska to the state semi-finals in 2013

Every successful coach needs an inside zone play in the pistol offense in his toolkit. It gives your offense a highly effective, potent inside running attack to offset any defense. Whether you're facing an even or odd defensive front, or if your linemen are covered or uncovered, this approach is critical. In this presentation, Lambert Brown shares the concepts and principles that will allow you to successfully install and employ this effective strategy.

Using PowerPoint slides, Coach Brown discusses the fundamentals, principles and concepts of the inside zone run game from the pistol offense. You'll see proper alignment of the quarterback and fullback as well as reviews of the option offensive principles and the fundamentals for offensive linemen when zone-blocking for the inside zone run.

The strength of this play is evident in its ability to adapt to any offense, including non-traditional zone schemes.

Coach Brown provides fundamental instruction on ball skills required by the quarterback to help him find the read as well as his keys during the meshing point with the fullback. The fullback is taught basic footwork and Coach Brown emphasizes the aiming point. He also focuses on identifying the action that needs to take place after the ball is given to the fullback or kept by the quarterback. He shares practice footage for the backfield drill that helps train the proper alignment and steps of the quarterback and fullback based on physical skill level. He also covers the basic footwork and reading progression needed to effectively run the inside zone from the pistol offense.

Running the football inside usually requires complicated blocking schem

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