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.
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.
Watch how the St. Louis Rams execute on the goal line to punch it in agains the San Francisco 49ers.
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.
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.
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.
This video builds on the concepts presented in the original quick-passing game series by Dan Robinson and Andrew Coverdale, breaking down the latest developments and thought processes in the 3-step passing game, and covers topics such as throwing lane issues, the 3x1 thought process, and the mini curl concept.
This DVD shows how teams can gain an advantage on offense through the running game.
How coaches can develop a no risk rush and shoot offense through formation, schemes, and plays
How to effectively neutralize the 3-5 defense, including zone blocking rules, blitz pick ups, and protection schemes.
An overview of the run game in the wing-raid offense, starting with the fly sweep and then progressing into the sweep, down, and lead series, covering topics such as trap play, and lead play.
The basic factors that coaches should consider when designing and implementing the jet option offense, and also outlines a number of key plans that can be executed from the jet option.
A comprehensive overview of the key factors involved in successfully executing the zone run/read play from the spread shotgun formation, and explains how teams can use motions and formations to avoid tendencies and give the defense a different look.
Why this play is an effective way to stretch a defense, particularly when a team has a great quarterback operating in the spread shotgun formation.
Easy-and-effective way for coaches to evaluate their offense system by stressing self-scouting tips, and covers topics such as wins and loses, scripting openers, and setting goals for play
A unique approach to attacking defenses in unconventional, but effective, ways, and covers many topics including packages, kickoff, openers, factors to consider, and reasons to use trick plays.
Screen plays and specials plays that are successful in the spread gun offense.
How the spread offense can help a team's run game and gives several plays effective in this offense.
This video presents an overview of the key factors involved in this aggressive offensive play sequence.
This video explains the basic fundamental principles involved in teaching the stance and how to release from the line of scrimmage.
This video examines one of the most overlooked areas in coaching receivers.
This video reviews the key concepts of preparing and completing first and third down from a coaching and team perspective.
Guidelines detailing the most effective way to run all the basic pass routes, and shows exactly how to run an efficient speed-cut, as well as the use of a four-step breakdown, with other topics such as stance versus both "off" and "bump and run defenders".
The fundamental techniques that wide receivers can employ to defeat bump-and-run coverage.
A comprehensive drill system designed to enhance all key aspects of wide receiver play, including stance, get-off, and breaking area, as well as covering topics such as warm up, footwork, ballhandling, catching, and stalk blocking drills.
Reviews the key factors involved in sound stalk blocking by wide receivers.
Presents an overview of the quarterback techniques needed to be efficient in the run game,
A overview of the essential aspects of option football.
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.
A step-by-step guidelines on how quarterbacks can make the most common reads.
The most commonly employed pass-protection schemes for the west coast offense
A detailed overview of the fundamentals and techniques involved in sound quarterback play
This video reviews the desired traits for the quarterback in the triple option and discusses the factors that the quarterback must master
How coaches can effectively employ screens in their team’s offensive game plan
This video reviews what steps coaches can undertake to improve the level of timing between their quarterback and wide receivers
An overview of a two-minute drill that youth football coaches can install into their team’s offense without making major changes, such as smash, snag, deeps, double option, and double dig, as well as discussing topics such as play combinations, and wide receiver drills.
This video covers running the no huddle offense and offers a resource for coaches and teams that want to improve their game and install a run game from the no huddle package, as well as covering subjects such as personnel groupings, running plays, tempos, and quarterback counter.
The key factors involved in implementing the run game from the pistol formation, and details the backfield action, aiming points, and offensive line techniques.
The basic theory of the pistol offense and features an in-depth overview of how the pistol started, as well as covering topics such as backfield techniques, and the center's snap.
The fundamental elements involved in executing the pass game from the pistol formation, and reviews the essential factors for all positions in the pistol pass game.
How coaches can implement "air raid" concepts into their team's passing attack, and also reviews how teams can practice "routes on air," as well as offers an overview of the key factors associated with each of the base plays involved in the air raid passing game.
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 video implement an easy-to-execute and effective run game out of the shotgun spread offense, and covers topics such as q counter, ver, tackle wrap, practice drills, speed, read counter, film cut ups, and base runs.
This video implements a simple and effective play-action and screen package into their team’s pass offense, and covers topics such as hitch seam, vertical, curl seam, screen game, bingos and nows, tips on practicing screens, and film cut ups.
This video features an off-season, spring, summer, and in-season plan that coaches can use to maximize the potential of their team’s passing attack, and covers topics such as quarterback selection, wide receiver selection, simple developmental drills, daily specifics, and pressure practice.
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.
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.
Northwest Missouri State head coach Adam Dorrel breaks down how his program teaches double-team blocking in the power run game.
Implementing a zone offense.
Analyze run zone offense plays.
Ways to run the inside zone.
Executing the power play.
Run the inside zone play.
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.
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.
Maximizing the effectiveness of weekly offensive game planning.
Principles, fundamentals, and techniques involved in installing and executing the west coast offense.
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.