Option game in the spread offense.
Beating man and zone blitzes.
No-huddle spread offense.
Beat cover 2.
Converting on 3rd down.
Force defenders to over or under-pursue.
Play-action passing game off the option attack.
Watch how the St. Louis Rams execute on the goal line to punch it in agains the San Francisco 49ers.
Everyone sees the big throw and the big catch, but it's all the little things that makes this long gain by the Atlanta Falcons come together.
Enhance a team’s power reads game.
Running the power read play.
The power read play.
Gap schemes for play-action plays.
Establish command of the perimeter.
Enable the quarterback to put his team in best-play scenarios.
Utilize the H back in the spread.
Effectively use the fly sweep.
Implementing a zone offense.
Analyze run zone offense plays.
Ways to run the inside zone.
Executing the power play.
Run the inside zone play.
Maximizing the effectiveness of weekly offensive game planning.
Teach H-backs in motion and the offensive tackle to work together and read the blocking assignment. USA Football and the Miami Dolphins present a series of drills the Dolphins use that are applicable to any level of the sport.
Principles, fundamentals, and techniques involved in installing and executing the west coast offense.
Welcome to 2 Minute Drill presented by USA Football. In this episode, we talk about quarterback friendly passes and how to match pass play to your QB's skill level.
Get the ball into the hands of the team’s playmakers.
Design and implement a successful passing attack.
A successful power running game from a two-back set.
Blocking schemes that can help make an offense successful.
Sprint-out passing game and sprint draw packages in the gun-option offense.
How coaches can make big splits work for them.
Running attack in an air raid-style offense.
The flexbone (triple option) system.
Screen game in the pistol offense.
Triple option from the gun formation.
Develop a successful passing attack.
Converting on 3rd downs.
Developing a flexible offensive attack.
Effective play-action package.
Power running game from a two-back set.
How and why the counter game can help a team’s offense.
Single back from a shotgun formation.
Stick and spot routes every team should use.
Run game from the spin series.
Pass game from the spin series.
Adapt the basic Wing-T series to the spin series.
Spread the field offensively with the spin series.
Regain the numbers advantage on offense.
Incorporate a gap scheme.
Inside zone play.
How to run the Wing-T offense.
Why the pistol is effective in the red zone.
Successfully executing the passing game in the pistol offense.
How formations and motions can be used in the air raid offense.
Spread defenses and attack them vertically down the field.
How to attack defenses quickly.
Combining receiver screen with run plays.
How coaches can package 3-step and 5-step pass concepts.
Provide any pass play with a "second lease on life," as well as improve throwing efficiency.
Beginning for blending fast perimeter screens, core runs, and guide individual throws into packages.
More advanced packages that blend core runs, individual routes, and downfield throws.
Why aligning in quads can be extremely disruptive to defensive structures.
Ways to get chunks of yards when spreading the ball.
Concepts that teams can use to counter both middle and edge pressures.
Offensive scheme for a short-yardage, red-zone, and four-minute-drill situations.
Why a gap scheme with a solid run game is unstoppable.
Northwest Missouri State head coach Adam Dorrel breaks down how his program teaches double-team blocking in the power run game.
Create coverage problems for the defense with the Wing-T.
Attacking the defense on the goal line with the Wing-T.
Commonly used air raid run concepts with quick passes and quick screens.
How to package three air raid concepts from a 3x1 structure.
How to package three air raid concepts from a 2x2 structure.
A run concept with commonly used quick pass, quick screen, and base run concepts that are all packaged together.
Employ a run concept with a different formational and personnel grouping appearance.
How to package diverse types of plays together.
Protect the quarterback in situations in which he was most likely to throw the ball.
How to gain short yardage with the jumbo offense.
Why the diamond formation is one of the best formations to throw from.
Use an explosive running game from a diamond formation.
Tactics from the diamond formation.
Belhaven University head coach Hal Mumme breaks down the quick screen game for coaches. Mumme is a former head coach at the University of Kentucky.
Why utilizing the fly sweep on any and all run plays can provide the offense with an advantage.
How to pair run plays in the pistol and spread formations.
The zone read has football buzzing. Popular among high school and college programs for decades, the offense has found a home in a number of NFL playbooks the past couple of seasons. Adjusting a youth playbook to more complicated schemes is best done in steps. Don't give kids more than they can handle.
How to use slam power runs out of the spread formation.
How to coach the power read play.
Drills for effectively running the power read play.
Ways to use play-action passes and tackle-over formation to enhance the power read play.
How to hinder the defense from identifying power read plays.
The use of virtual reality technology and passing concepts.
How modern Wing-T formations enhance the passing game.