Former college head coach at NFL coordinator Terry Shea helps coaches improve red zone efficiency.
This DVD breaks down how to run an effective no-huddle offense.
Current offensive line coach at Penn State, Herb Hand breaks down his expertise with his screen and play-action plays.
This DVD provides a breakdown of one and two back zones in an offense.
Coach McElroy shares his work with an effective screen game in his passing offense.
South breaks down his expertise on the one-back, shotgun offense.
Watch how the St. Louis Rams execute on the goal line to punch it in agains the San Francisco 49ers.
Coach Dave Jacobs introduces his Spread-Choice offense.
Coach Hammer describes his personal run scheme through the development of an effective GT or counter.
This DVD helps explain the flow screen package in an offense.
This DVD helps explain a way to run the alley screen in an offense.
This DVD shows several screen variations in a spread formation.
How to properly run the jet sweep while adjusting to multiple defensive fronts.
The implementation of the Wing-T into various formations on an offense.
Tips towards running an effective up-tempo offense.
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.
Install and description of the Single-Wing offense.
A breakdown of how Koenning runs his offense at Mississippi State and what he wants from his quarterback.
This DVD details how offensive teams can gain a numerical advantage in their passing game by employing a spacing-route concept, and also reviews the key factors involved in successfully utilizing this concept, and covers topics such as ball sit flat, sit flat corner, and ball sit flat corner.
This DVD reviews the key factors involved in implementing an explosive read game from the shotgun, from understanding the reads to teaching the mesh, and details the steps to a successful shotgun read game, and covers topics such as pre snap alignment, read plays, and film cut ups.
This DVD explains the key factors of utilizing the zone run game in the spread offense and explains how coaches use this scheme..
This DVD provides an overview of how teams can successful employ multiple one-back formations to effectively run the jet sweep. It covers both balanced and unbalanced one-back formations, as well as covering topics such as film cut ups, blocking rules for play, and balanced one back formations.
This DVD reviews the key factors in successfully executing four complementary running plays to the jet sweep. It provides a detailed overview of the blocking rules for each play, and also discusses how the plays can be effectively utilized as a series to attack defenses, with topics covered such as dive play, scissor play, and reverse play blocking rules.
This DVD offers an explanation and demonstration of the fundamentals and techniques that make the jet sweep and green-light fly sweep different, using only one formation, and covering on the field demonstrations.
This DVD presents a detailed overview of this innovative system that features multiple looks, while retaining the integrity of the buck, fly, and jet sweep. It covers play diagrams, and on the field demonstrations.
This DVD presents an overview of installing, implementing, and executing the Flying Wing-T offense, featuring four different videos such as, The Base Plan, Fly Till They Cry, and Play-Action Pass.
This DVD provides an overview of the underlying concepts involved in handling defensive pressure while employing this particular offensive system, and covers subjects such as crossing routes, route adjustments, mesh routes, and vertical passes.
This DVD reviews the basic formations that can be effectively utilized in this particular offensive system and details the key personnel attributes that are required for each offensive position, and discusses topics such as tight end sets, bunch formation, and personnel formations.
This DVD features an overview of an armband "cheat" sheet that coaches can give to their players. It provides an overview of schematics that will detail the entire defense of a team, including individual assignments on any given play.
This DVD details the key factors involved in incorporating and executing a passing attack in an explosive offense out of a trips formation. It covers subjects such as personnel, pass protection, sprint out, quick game, combination routes, and slip screen series.
This DVD provides a comprehensive overview of this deceptive, powerful run game, referred to by a multitude of names (the fly, jet, and speed sweep). It involves a motioning wide receiver getting a handoff at full speed giving him an advantage over the pursuing defense.
This DVD presents an overview of the steps that coaches can take to install and execute in a trips offense and into a no-huddle format. It covers topics such as the armband, ways to stop the clock, and stoplight tempo.
This DVD explains how coaches can implement an effective wrinkle in the shotgun offense and double tight ends with three receivers split out wide to one side, and covers topics such as base runs, defending the creek, and gun creek formations.
This DVD reviews strategies that youth football coaches can undertake to exploit over pursuing defenses that are designed to stop the jet sweep, and covers topics such as huddle organization, stance and alignment, bubble screen, passing out of the gun formation, and counter plays from the gun formation.
This DVD reviews how youth football coaches can employ the jet-power run game to use the momentum of the defense to successfully move the football, and details the rules for executing the jet power, as well as discusses topics such as stance, alignment, and huddle organization.
This DVD explains that both of these high-percentage pass concepts can be effective against either man or zone coverage and that both can be successfully executed by quarterbacks at all competitive levels.
The DVD discusses the focus on the vertical passing game in run/shoot concepts, as well as outlines why an opportunity for a big play exists every time a team throws the ball.
This DVD presents a detailed overview of the basic formations that are utilized in the no-huddle double-wing fly offense, as well as the base plays that can be employed out of each of the various formation.
e DVD also reviews how making everything “look like, feel like, and taste like” the option will help train the defense to run and play assignment football, which will provide the offense with a distinct advantage.
This DVD presents an invaluable overview of the key factors involved in an effective screen package, and offers position-specific tips concerning the role and responsibilities of the various offensive players on a screen play.
This DVD reviews two proven schemes for providing effective pass protection in the five-step passing game, the first segment of the DVD focuses on “six-man base protection,” and second segment of the DVD addresses “six-man dual protection,”.
This DVD explains how teams can execute the power play from multiple shotgun sets and formations, utilizing motion and misdirection, and covers subjects such as game clips, route, power schemes, counter game clips, and power play action game clips.
This DVD presents a detailed overview of advanced routes for the quick passing game, and is appropriate for coaches and teams at all competitive levels, amoung topics covered are 97-197 short route, 94-194 stop route, 68 B short deep/short call, and 96 B slant zone/man call.
These two extended play DVDs feature presentations from the two day NSCA Youth Fitness Symposium, and cover topics such as med ball for all, over training, teaching olympic lifts, and sand bag training for youth.
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.
The DVD explains and illustrates how using various tempos and personnel groups in the no-huddle offense limits the structure and complexity of schemes defenses will employ.
This DVD reviews the values of the shuffle pass in the spread offense.
This DVD provides a detailed overview of the key factors involved in effectively running the outside zone option from a shotgun formation, and explains how this play can be used in an up-tempo offense to stretch defenses, as well as covering progression drills, alignments and drills, outside zone rules, and two back formations.
This DVD explains how to teach the fundamentals and techniques involved in the jet sweep, while demanding less maintenance than the traditional buck sweep, from footwork and backfield landmarks to blocking assignments for the offensive line, the DVD reviews the key factors in installing the jet sweep, and covers topics such as handoff technique, backfield landmarks, and offensive line blocking ass
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.
This DVD features four separate video programs, and is a comprehensive resource for coaches on both sides of the ball, by providing guide for teaching shotgun spread dropback passing, shotgun spread play action passing, and shotgun spread run games.
This DVD explains both the key skills and the art involved in offensive game planning, from initial film scouting through the development of the play-calling card that coaches use on the sideline during a game.
This DVD offers a step-by-step, simplified system for developing a multiple pro-style offense, and covers many topics such as the basic principles of pass offense, built in constraints, how many pass routes are enough, and structuring the passing game.
How to get the best offensive players on the field and generate the most success for the program
This DVD is designed to serve as an invaluable resource for coaches who want to incorporate a dropback-passing game in their team's spread offense, and also reviews the key factors involved in achieving this objective, with subjects covered such as fast screens, shovel screens, and rocket screens.
This DVD explains passing game protection plays that are easy to use and explains that they should fit the quarterback.
The DVD details how a condensed offensive package of four run plays and two pass plays can be employed to successfully attack opponents.
An overview of how coaches can adapt to the spin series
This DVD reviews how a two tight end system can be beneficial for a team's balance of defense and offense.
Our DVD is designed as a resource for football coaches who want to devise and execute a more productive, more efficient process for developing an offensive game plan.
This DVD presents a systematic overview of how a coach can teach the quarterback and wide receivers to recognize coverage schemes and to exploit those coverages, as well as covering topics such as, read the roofline, best located safety, corner alignment, front and coverage tie in's, and key defender.
This DVD provides a detailed overview of the basic plays that are featured in the wide-open attack of the spread no-limit offensive system, and explains how coaches can successfully incorporate various personnel, speed, and a championship attitude.
This DVD presents a detailed overview of the key philosophical concepts and basic fundamentals involved in executing a spread no-limit offensive system, and covers subjects such as alignments, spacing and no limit philosophy,
Developing a strategy for tempo through offensive executive and game planning systems to gain a competitive advantage
Addressing the play action pass out of the double wing formation and the benefits this scheme adds to the offense.
How to make defensive players obsolete using the run and pass game
This DVD provides a detailed review of how Wing-T coaches can develop an effective game plan against a 3-4 defense, and covers topics such as drawing the box, and writing the plan.
This DVD provides a detailed review of how Wing-T coaches can develop an effective game plan against a 4-4 defense, and examines how Wing-T teams can successfully attack a 3-deep, 8-man front defense.
This DVD details how coaches can incorporate gap schemes into the shotgun offense, and not only details how teams can use gap schemes to functionally deceive the defense, it also reviews the key factors involved in executing gap schemes, such as using the power o, and counter trey schemes in the gun.
This DVD presents a comprehensive overview of the key factors involved in installing the midline and inside veer plays in the gun-option offense, and each factor is explained and demonstrated in easy-to-understand and apply detail, with topics covered such as offensive overview, installing the veer in the shotgun, and veer variations.
This DVD provides a valuable resource for coaches who want to effectively address these three key coaching responsibility areas for a no huddle/multiple formations offense, and details how coaches can handle the basic factors involved in each area.
Coach Kelly reviews the benefits and techniques coaches can use when executing a 2-point conversion
Increase your offense's efficiency inside the 30-yard line.
Coach Solis show how the RPOs in the Pistol spread offense compliment the running game and provide the opportunity to conflict Level 1, 2 & 3 defenders.
This DVD offers an exceptional coaching resource for teams that want to execute the triple option, and in step-by-step detail, the DVD addresses the key factors involved in installing and running the triple option successfully
Presents a comprehensive review of how to develop a successful rushing attack using the midline option. Appropriate for teams and coaches at all competitive levels.
This DVD presents a comprehensive overview of the key factors involved in executing both the midline option and play-action, and features easy-to-understand guidelines for installing both the midline option and play-action.
This DVD provides an overview of the sweep play, which is the staple of the shotgun jet-sweep offense, and also covers topics such as jet sweep overview, unbalanced jet sweeps, film cut ups, and the breakdown of blocking schemes.
This DVD provides an overview of zone runs that can be effectively employed in the spread offense, and features four specific game-tested, zone-run plays that are particularly productive in the spread offense.
This DVD reviews the essential factors involved in installing and executing the run game in the trips formation, also covering topics such as run/pass rule, put your players in position to score, runs to the 3 technique, and direction calls.
This DVD explains how coaches can successfully employ the run game in their team’s spread attack, and discusses the techniques involved in creating double teams at the point of attack.
This DVD offers a detailed overview of how to install and execute the fullback-belly and the running back power-toss plays, and reviews the key factors involved in successfully running both plays, covering topics such as offensive line technique, and includes game film cut ups.
This DVD provides an overview of the basic coaching techniques involved in installing and implementing a run-oriented offense, and covers topics such as offensive line drills, offensive line technique, running back footwork, pre season practice schedule, practice drills, and in season weekly practice schedule.
This DVD describes in detail the underlying advantages of installing and executing a run-oriented system, and covers topics such as philosophy, power play, belly play, trap play, iso play, option play, load option and zone option.
This DVD provides a detailed breakdown of a teaching progression that can be used to coach and drill the inside veer, and covers topics such as quarterback mechanics, walk the fullback up, quarterback reads, slot back, and stack read.
This DVD provides a comprehensive, and in-depth overview of how coaches can execute the prolific double wing offense, with topics covered such as base philosophy, trap series, blocking progression, and the advantages and disadvantages of running the double wing.
This DVD offers a straightforward discussion of how to employ a simple approach to develop a multiple-formation spread offense, and covers subjects such as formations, and protections.
This DVD presents a detailed overview of the concepts, principles, and techniques involved in a spread offense that utilizes one-back and no-back sets, as well as covers topics such as attitude, and offensive mechanics.
Northwest Missouri State head coach Adam Dorrel breaks down how his program teaches double-team blocking in the power run game.
This DVD provides a comprehensive overview of the fundamentals and techniques involved in running a successful screen package from a spread offense.
This DVD explains how the screen pass can be used as either a long-yardage play or an every-down play, and covers topics such as inside screen, smoke middle screen, T-swing screen, outside screen, and practicing the screen passing game.
This DVD presents an overview of the key factors involved in the most common route in football, the “post-dig-cross” route, also known as the clear route, and covers subjects such as bracket, variations, tb check down, and practice.
This DVD explains how teams can stretch the field by employing the four verticals concept in its passing game, and also covers topics such as bender reads, tailback rules, and rules for receivers.
This DVD reviews the fundamentals and techniques involved in effectively running the trap series off the Wing-T formation, and covers position definitions, 43 counter, belly pass, 18 wide, and 18 pitch.
This DVD provides a comprehensive overview of the fundamentals and techniques involved in effectively executing the sweep series off the Wing-T formation, and covers 18 wide, position definitions, belly play, belly pass, and 43 counter.
This DVD presents a detailed overview of the fundamentals and techniques involved in effectively executing the option series off the Wing-T formation, and covers topics such as position definitions, and 33 option pass.
This DVD reviews the seven key concepts underlying a sound dropback passing system, including a discussion of topics such as basics of his passing system, 50s formations, dropkick passes, receiver position, running back position and rules, and quarterback reads.
This DVD details how an offense can move the pocket for the quarterback and, thereby, put pressure on the perimeter of the defense, and covers topics such as spring out passing rules, blue right 81, blue right 82, brown right 83, green left 84, and green left 85.
This DVD presents an overview of a type of offense that can be effectively employed when a coach wants to change the pace of the game, and includes animated demonstrations of topics such as no huddle rules, no huddle y, no huddle z, no huddle h, no huddle x, no huddle 2y, and no huddle 2h.
This video reviews a variety of basic flood routes and the adjustments to these routes that can be made when defenses try to stop them, and covers topics such as flood series, wheel route, slant route, and passing game.