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2007 Woodbury Football Playbook

2007 Woodbury Football Playbook

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Woodbury RoyalsOffense 2007
 
 
 
Woodbury Football Offensive Philosophy
1. Our philosophy is based on the principals established in the Delaware Wing-Tsystem of offense. The Wing-T is more than a formation. It is a system of offense that is versatile and multiple in its nature.2. It is best described as a four-back formation that seeks to establish the run. It isour belief that you have to be able to successfully run the football to win footballgames – especially playoff games in Minnesota. In spite of its commitment to therun, our Wing-T offense will feature an aggressive passing game. With the presence of more and more attacking defenses, we have get defenders out of the box. Our formations and passing game achieve this aim.3. Our offensive attack may be best described as “sequence football.” This does notimply that every play is run in order, but that out offense is run in series whereseveral points are threatened as the ball is put into play. These series are designedto place defenders in an “assignment conflict” and are directed at players whohave dual defensive assignments. We base our attack on the idea of takingadvantage of the adjustments that a defense must make to compensate for thewingback’s flanking position.4. While we rely on a powerful running game, we cannot be characterized as a “ballcontrol” offense. As stated, we have high regard for the passing game.Moreover, we look for opportunities to use misdirection. We believe in seekingthe big play and want to take advantage of defenses that play too close, put toomany guys in the box, or over-pursue. Our passing game is set up by the run butwe will utilize our passing attack as a means to pressure the defense and take theeasy score when we can get it.5. We want to be an attacking and aggressive offense. We want to be able to changethe tempo of the game by going no huddle in our Shot-Wing and Full House packages. We want to exploit defensive weaknesses and take advantage of mismatches.6. We are not a “high risk” offense. It is not a wide-open style of play where we aretake unnecessary risks. We will strive to minimize penalties and eliminateturnovers. We will strive to achieve perfection in our execution. Coaching the“little things” improves the possibility of big plays.7. We will educate our players to execute this offense on the field. Our quarterbackswill read defenses and at times call plays or audible, and all players will recognizealignment and assignment tendencies. This player-generated information willhelp our coaches call the game and make adjustments.8. The Suburban East Conference is one of the toughest conferences in Minnesota.We commonly will not have the biggest, strongest players in a game. Therefore,we must take advantage of flanking angles, deception, and assignment conflicts tomove the football and score points.
 
Woodbury Wing-T Offense
Offensive Numbering System
In the Delaware Wing-T Offense, all plays are called using three numbers. These threenumbers call Formation, Series, and Place where the play is going.The Woodbury Wing-T slightly differs in that instead of using a number to call aformation we will call formations via words. The Delaware Wing T’s 100 call =Woodbury’s “Right” call. Numbering differs slightly from the normal (even/odd system) but will make sense whenyou understand the system. The Woodbury Wing-T numbering system starts from theright and ends left. The number 1 is the far right, five is the middle, and the number nineis the far left.We also number the man/area instead of gaps or holes. Note: when an area such as theLeft TE position shown above.
Play Calling 
Play calling may consist of up to five different key elements:
Prefix or Shift Call
: Usually a ‘tweak’ adjustment or a pre-snap shift call.
Formation
: Designates the formation to be in right before the snap of the ball.
Series #
: The First number designates the Backfield Series (10, 20, 30 etc)
Hole #
: The Second number designates the hole the ball will be run to. (1-9)
Suffix
: A word(s) that add additional information to the call
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(i.e. “Special, “@ # “, “Trap”, “Rocket Wall”, “Down”, “Power” etc.)
Prefix or Shift/Motion Call / Formation / Series # / “Hole” / Suffix 
 

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