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53 Down Hill Attacking Defense 1

53 Down Hill Attacking Defense 1

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Published by: Alex PAterson on Apr 11, 2012
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5-3 Down hill penetrating Defense
 
E T N T EW M SC CF
 
Why the 5-3 is our base defense
It is designed to stop the runIt is a pressure defense which is greatDifficult to prepare for because very fewteams use it as a base defenseIt is very easy to teach and allows theplayers to play fast without thinking aboutassignmentsEasily adapts into 4-4-3 or 4-3-4 whenplaying against spread offense by droppingthe ends.
 
T.N.T. technique
 
(tackle, nose, tackle)
They are strictly penetratores, they align head up over the center and tackles there first responsibility is to stay low and fire into their gap. They want to get to heels depth and then read the play, if it is arun they then will pursue down they line, if it is a pass they then willrush the Q.B. staying in the proper rush lane.They go into the gap which they are dealt to by the linebacker behind them, Which way they get dealt all depends on the call. Thedown linemen and the linebacker behind them work together in thebase 5-3 they will always go to opposite Gaps making sure all gapsare covered.The T.N.T. position is very simply and only requires that they beaggressive, low and quick to their gap.

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