The key to our Success!2.
Beat the Blitz-
Recognize it! Protect it! Attack it! A big play is about to happen!3.
Some routes are totally changed vs. some coverage.Why?: Some routes simply will not work against some types of coverage.How?: Pre-snap coverage recognition, and WR’s & QB’s reading on the move.4.
These concepts are the same across all the series in our offense. This allows fast learning and allows us to show many different looks tothe defense.How?: Simple number system5.
Players must always have a common sense approach tooperating and running routes, understanding that their job, first and foremost, is to
get open in a way that the QB can find them
. These situations include both theD.A. rule and A.M.F. rule. They must also understand what their overall job iswithin a given route, and do what ever it takes to get that job done. The last partof this principle is knowing all the assignments and how they affect your routeand how your route affects them.6.
Each player within a concept, by the design of the concept,has a specific area assigned to him in which to get open, or a “sandbox.”Receivers must ensure that their route stays out of the “sandbox” of another player, creating congestion and ruining our play, making whatever adjustmentsnecessary.62
SCHS Pass Offense
Basic Pass Principles of Pass Offense