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The basics of our passing game come in the form of concepts. These concepts willremain constant throughout our whole offense. Our passing concepts allow us to teach a basic part of our offense quickly and then incorporate it into a number of formations, bydoing this we become very multiple with only a few teaching points. Our passingconcepts are as follows:
NumberConcept the Number Indicates
0Mesh Concept1-2Vertical Concept3-4Smash Concept5-6Screen Concept7-8Flat / Curl Concept9No Designated Concept This will be game planned
 Note: Odd #’s = Formation Strength to the Left; Even #’s = Formation Strength to the Right. The conceptdoes not change.
For Example:
If you see the play call 981, you should know by the lastnumber what route concept we are running. 1 or 2 indicates the verticalconcept. This would not change in any series 50 and up. 951/952, 961/962,971/972, 981/982, and 91/92 would be all vertical concept routes out of different formations. The route and the method we run the routes will staysimilar throughout each play.
Passing Concepts
 
50 East/West80 East/West90 East/West
Our “0” concept is known as the Mesh Concept, and it attacks the underneath edge of coverage very rapidly, many times from a tightened environment. This concept createsmultiple “rubs” by incorporating different crossing routes. Our Mesh Concept is a quick rhythm concept, whose primary purpose is to attack man-to-man defense by creatingmatch-up problems and multiple rubs. With this in mind we also have a zone better builtinto the mesh concept. This concept, we believe, attacks most of the defenses we willface. Since “0” is only a single number, East and West will be used to identify theformation strength, with East being right and West being left.
“0” Mesh Concept
E N EWTMSCCFS SSE N EWTM SCCFSSSE N EWTM SCCFSSS
XWZRY
90 East
WRYZX
180 East
WYZXR
150 East

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