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.
A breakdown of how Koenning runs his offense at Mississippi State and what he wants from his quarterback.
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 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 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 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 reviews the values of the shuffle pass in the spread offense.
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 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 reviews how a two tight end system can be beneficial for a team's balance of defense and offense.
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
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 presents a detailed overview of how coaches can develop an effective game plan against a 4-3 defense using Wing-T, and also reviews how Wing-T in teams can successfully attack a 4-deep, even 7-man front defense.
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.
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 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 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 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 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 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.
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.
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.
How the spread offense can help a team's run game and gives several plays effective in this offense.
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
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.
Option game in the spread offense.
Force defenders to over or under-pursue.
Implementing a zone offense.
Principles, fundamentals, and techniques involved in installing and executing the west coast offense.
A successful power running game from a two-back set.
Blocking schemes that can help make an offense successful.
Triple option from the gun formation.
Converting on 3rd downs.
How coaches can package 3-step and 5-step pass concepts.
Tactics from the diamond formation.
Why utilizing the fly sweep on any and all run plays can provide the offense with an advantage.
How to use slam power runs out of the spread formation.
Ways to get a team's most dynamic playmakers the ball in space using the air raid offense.
Improve how your team moves the ball against Weak Eagle.
This DVD details what the offense should look for from the defense when it is in the red zone.
Four-wide sets don't have to dictate pass.
Make small adjustments to how receivers run vertical to open new opportunities.
Add counter read to your option set.
Use these game-tested concepts in your spread offense package.
Install pistol formation running plays into your offense.
An in-depth review of the basic philosophical principles and techniques involved in this explosive and effective offensive attack, and covers subjects such as offensive philosophy, strong left formation, and passing tree.
A comprehensive review of two commonly employed true techniques for playing man-to-man pass coverage. In easy-to-understand detail, the DVD explains and demonstrates the basic fundamentals involved in effectively playing each variation of man-to-man pass coverage.
Get on common footing for wing-T terminology.
Attack an odd-front defensive scheme with the option game out of the pistol.
A detailed overview of the key factors involved in successfully executing the spread no-limit offensive system, and covers topics such as play progression, spread no limit offense, and game film cut ups.
Attack an even-front defense with the option game out of the pistol.
Learn how an unbalanced shotgun run game works.
Incorporate the veer into your offensive plan.
Improve your red zone efficiency.
Throwing the ball effectively in the red zone takes planning and practice.
Get better production in the red zone.
Add four zone runs to your spread set.
Add a jet sweep to your playbook.
Learn seven plays to incorporate into the spread offense.
Learn three plays in the 20 series.
Offensive Strategies for the Two-Minute Drill details how to design and implement a two-minute system that focuses on the strengths of the offense—no matter what type of offensive system a team employs.
The video details three areas in which teams that employ the spread offense can effectively attack the defense.
The video explains how teams can utilize a system of coverage reads by the quarterback and route reads and motion by the receivers in the run-and-shoot, which will enable them to make adjustments at the line of scrimmage to keep defenses guessing.
Coaching the Complete Option Attack provides a thorough overview of the key factors involved in designing and implementing a comprehensive option game.
The video features an overview of the entire West Coast Wing-T offensive package, including the system, terminology, and routes.
In an easy-to-understand and apply manner, the video provides step-by-step instructions on how to develop a successful passing attack by incorporating play-action and sprint-out passing.
Appropriate for coaches and teams at all competitive levels, the video is designed to be an invaluable resource for coaches who want to address this often underemphasized phase of the game.
The Pistol Spread Option: Complementary Runs provides an overview of a number of run plays for coaches who want to employ a no-huddle offense that has the triple option as its base and who want their offense to play at a pace that is uncomfortable for its opponents.
Complementary Plays for the Option Game features a series of plays that can be employed to complement a team's option attack.
In easy-to-understand detail, the video explains how to put the defense in conflict by faking the jet sweep and throwing vertical read routes.
The video explains how this offense, which employs two wide receivers with a flexed tight end/wing combo, enables teams to have a wide-open passing game, featuring compressed crossing action with a strength overload to enhance the running game.
The No-Huddle Spread Offense presents a comprehensive overview of the key factors, fundamentals, and techniques involved in executing this highly effective offensive system.
The video details the key factors involved in successfully executing the midline option, including quarterback rules and reads, coaching points for the backs, and offensive line blocking rules.
The video features a detailed explanation of how teams can effectively run the ball out of the spread offense against any defensive front.
The Spread Option Game presents an overview of how flexbone teams can successfully run the triple option and outside veer.
Coaching the Jet Series presents a detailed overview of the fundamentals and principles involved in teaching the jet offense.
oaching the Quick-Passing Game in the Spread Offense details the basic stick play that is a great blitz beater against any defense.
Installing the Spread-Option Run Game presents a detailed overview of the basic factors involved in establishing an effective run game in the spread-option offense.
Complete Screen Game in Spread Offense points out the factors that coaches should remember when running screens
The video details how to employ bunch routes to throw over the top of defenses that use their secondary to defend the jet sweep.
Developing an Effective Quick-Passing Game in the Spread Offense presents an overview of the key factors involved in successfully executing the quick-passing facet in the spread offense.
The T-Bone Offense: Base Run Game presents an overview of the key run-game plays in the T-bone attack.
The Pistol Offense: Philosophy and Overview presents an insightful overview of the key factors involved in coaching the pistol offense
Play-Action Passing From the Spread Offense provides an overview of five simple ways that teams can employ play-action from the spread formation.
Executing the Play-Action Pass from the Double Wing reviews the steps involved in installing and executing play-action pass plays from the double wing.