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Published by: Bruce Craddock on Jan 17, 2009
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Lines up under center or heels at 4.5 yards when in shotgun
Keep- QB follows back after handoff/fake
Boot- QB goes away from back after handoff/fakeFullbackLines up with heels at 4 yards behind the LOS in a 2 point stanceRam or Lam: Aligns two yards deep and two yards outside the tight end(Y) or tackle.OOOOOOOOF FLam RamT (Tailback)
The T is the primary running back for the offense
He can line up at 4.5 yards deep behind the BST or as a wing set upaway from the TE 2 yards wide and 2 yards deeper than the BST.
In a trips call he lines up as the widest man off the LOS
Will go in Rocket or Short motionZ (Wingback)
The Z always lines up in the backfield. He is generally lines up 2 yardswide and 2 yards deeper than the EMLOS.
Is on the same side as the TE unless it is a trips call
2 point stance
Will go in Rocket or Short motionX (Split End)
5 yards from the T
Wide call puts the X 5 yards from the side lineThe Playbook
The playbook is shown in a double slot formation, deuce, if a traditionaltight end wing alignment (red/blue) is used the Y and Z switchassignments.

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