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Adapting Bunch Passing to SW by Ted Seay

Adapting Bunch Passing to SW by Ted Seay

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Published by: Robbie Patty on May 06, 2013
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ADAPTING BUNCH PASSINGTO THE SINGLE WING
(Note: I realize the above play isn't a Bunch pass -- I just like thediagram.)I have adapted three Bunch Attack route packages -- Slant, Mesh andFlood -- to the unbalanced Single Wing in the diagrams which follow.All are drawn up against an overshifted 5-3 defense. The Slant andMesh are drawn from "60 series" pocket passing action, while theFlood is shown from both the optional running pass to the tailback anda reverse running pass to the wingback.
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PLAY 61 -- SLANT
In our 60 series, the line blocks zone pass protection, the FB blocksweak, and the TB sets up behind the strong guard at about 7 yardsdeep. Slant is a quick pass: against Cover 3, WB should have lots of room for a quick slant with yards available after the catch; same forBB's Flat route against Cover 1 or 0.WB: "Skinny" slant - angle can change depending on coverage TE: Barrier cross - run through outside shoulder of 1st LB/DB inside,then crossBB: Flat pattern - break outside WB, push to +4, cut hard outsideSE: Streak or "skinny" post -- don't drift to playside
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PLAY 62 -- MESH
 TE runs a Smash (corner) route; BB runs a Flat underneath him, whileWB runs a Whip Read and the SE Fades. Against the 5-3 diagrammed,the most likely coverages are:Cover 3: TB looks to the Flat right away -- if the flat defender jumps BB,shuffle a few steps and hit WB's Whip Read as he snaps his head around intothe void left by the flat defender. Throw the ball right in the hole, stoppingWB. Against a hyperactive CB, we can pre-determine a pump fake to theFlat and a deep shot to TE’s Smash.Cover 1: Look to TE’s Smash to beat the Free Safety. IF FS overplays toplayside, stare him off to the Smash and come back to SE’s Fade (you canalso tag him with a skinny Post). Hit BB’s Flat off any blitz; WB Whip Read isoutlet.
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