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 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 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 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.
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.
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.
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.
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 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 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 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.
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.
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.
The fundamental techniques that wide receivers can employ to defeat bump-and-run coverage.
A detailed overview of the fundamentals and techniques involved in sound quarterback play
How coaches can effectively employ screens in their team’s offensive game plan
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 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.
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.
Beating man and zone blitzes.
Play-action passing game off the option attack.
Enhance a team’s power reads game.
Gap schemes for play-action plays.
Establish command of the perimeter.
Design and implement a successful passing attack.
Sprint-out passing game and sprint draw packages in the gun-option offense.
How coaches can make big splits work for them.
Develop a successful passing attack.
Effective play-action package.
Single back from a shotgun formation.
Stick and spot routes every team should use.
Pass game from the spin series.
Spread the field offensively with the spin series.
How to run the Wing-T offense.
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.
Provide any pass play with a "second lease on life," as well as improve throwing efficiency.
Ways to get chunks of yards when spreading the ball.
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.
Protect the quarterback in situations in which he was most likely to throw the ball.
Why the diamond formation is one of the best formations to throw from.
Tactics from the diamond formation.
Ways to use play-action passes and tackle-over formation to enhance the power read play.
The use of virtual reality technology and passing concepts.
Using option routes to attack defensive coverages.
Improve how your team moves the ball against Weak Eagle.
Stretch a defense using the vertical concept out of the spread formation.
Improve your passing game from the pistol formation.
Mix your look up on offense.
Four-wide sets don't have to dictate pass.
Put pressure on the defense using this formation.
Stretch the field and find the right match-up.
Incorporate compressed and stacked formations into any offense.
Use these game-tested concepts in your spread offense package.
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.
The key aspects involved in successfully executing the semi-roll package from the spread offense, including protections, base routes, and basic quarterback reads.
Develop a no-back passing game set for your offense.
Gunter Brewer demonstrates how to attack split safeties.
Throwing the ball effectively in the red zone takes planning and practice.
Chris Booth and Michael Ringen discuss different goal line plays designed for youth football.
Learn some new tricks to use in a Wing-T offense.
Effectively install and use the boot pass
Attack a defense from 3-by-1 formations.
Attack a defense using four verticals.
Beat Cover 2 with these passes.
Add a belly series to your shotgun spread.
Add these screen passes to your playbook.
Learn the key elements to a quick passing game from the spread.
Build split and middle screens into your offensive package.
Build a shallow cross series into your offense.
Add a waggle package to your passing game.
Bolster your offense against these coverages.
Add a screen play to any playbook.
Add a screen package to your playbook.
Install this package into your offense today.
Learn seven plays to incorporate into the spread offense.
Build a pro-style offensive system.
Update what you know about the bunch set.