Teach your kids how to catch, block, and tackle like the pros with these football drills and practice tips.
The QB will have some pressure in his face so it’s important to practice this play with pressure during the practice week.
It’s important that all defensive linemen dip and rip, then anchor their gap. They cannot allow themselves to get washed.
The summer is the time to really add bulk to your physique, but make sure you don’t compromise flexibility. Always stretch out well during each workout.
Adding a Tight End while running the Wall Tag from Inside Zone is a great way to add window dressing and offer different fronts to the defense while still keeping things very simple for your players.
While the focus is not on the physical, proper footwork, hand placement, fits, and eye discipline is emphasized.
If your Quarterback struggles with this read it can sink the play, unless you find a way to clean up the read for the Quarterback.
Defenders must maintain their base pre-snap alignment until the QB begins his cadence. This will ensure that the offense can’t get a pre-snap read.
The blockers job is to dissect which defender is the most dangerous man to make the tackle first and block him.
Once a coach has broken each route down into these three sections, he can start to see the different stages, and objectives of each segment within each route.
A defender’s power comes from driving their cleats against the ground. The feet being grounded creates resistance against the ball carrier.
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