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final 2005 lightweight playbook

final 2005 lightweight playbook

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2003, 2004 Northern Illinois Junior Football League Champions
Copyright Michael F. Santiago \u2013 This document may be copied but not sold
Without written consent of Michael F Santiago

Purpose of This Playbook
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IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS YOU CAN EMAIL ME msantiago@northlakemri.com or call me at 847-837-
1413
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This playbook can be utilized at any level but is really designed for ages 8-14 which is beginning and Middle School
Athletes. Most plays can be utilized for High School but the passing attack should be expanded.
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This playbook has been designed to cover most of the plays that I have experienced running over the last 7 years. I have been running the Double Wing for the last 3, the Jet for 2 years and will be running the Gun or SST for the first time in 2005.

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I highly recommend that you work on the base plays first. For the first game you should have all of the base plays in.
As the the weeks go by, add a play or two based on what you want to attack based on your scouting reports. I
recommend 1 more pass play per week and 1 new run play

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There are many plays in this playbook. YOU DO NOT NEED TO RUN ALL OF THE PLAYS TO BE
SUCCESSFUL. Many coaches have asked, which plays are the best to run at certain levels. The following grid is my
recommendation:

Agest 8-10
Ages 11-12
88-99 SP*
88-99 SP/DW AND I*
Wedge*
Wedge*
Wedge Counter
Wedge Counter
3-4 Traps*
3-4 Traps*
47 Counter*
47-56Counter*
Stack I 88-99
Stack I Toss sweep*
Stack I Toss sweep
*
88-99 Toss Pass*
88-99 Toss Pass* Jet Waggle Pass
Wedge Explode Pass
Jet Sweep*
Jet Trap*
Ages 13-14
88-99 SP/DW AND I*
Wedge*
Wedge Counter
3-4 Traps (Reg and-I)*
47-56Counter(Reg and-I)*
Stack I Toss sweep*
88-99 Toss Pass(Reg - Gun)*
Jet Roll Pass
Wedge Explode Pass*
Jet Smoke Screen left
Gun Y Drag
Jet Quick Slant
Jet Trap and QB Traps*
Jet FB Counter*
Bellies 4,6,8
* Mean base plays
Double Wing Formation & Numbering
9
6
B Back
3
5
4
C
(Fullback)
ABack
CBack

Tackles, TEs and Guards have 0 splits \u2013 They are Toe to Toe
6 inch splits between Guard and Center. Lineman line up on belt buckle of center with your
down hand even with the center\u2019s foot.

One Yard from QB
2 point stance straddle
the TE\u2019s Hip \u2013 1 yard back
We always line up in this formation unless we call another formation in the huddle.
2
7
8
We number men NOT holes
2 point stance straddle
the TE\u2019s Hip \u2013 1 yard back

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