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Double Wing Running Backs Presentation

Double Wing Running Backs Presentation

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Published by Jeff Cziska
Old running backs presentation from many years ago.
Old running backs presentation from many years ago.

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Published by: Jeff Cziska on Aug 13, 2013
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PLAY NUMBERING AND TERMINOLOGY

THE FIRST NUMBER REPRESENTS WHERE THE B BACK IS ATTACKING. IF ONE NUMBER CALLED THAT WILL ALSO BE THE POINT OF ATTACK. THE SECOND NUMBER IS WHERE THE FAR BACK ATTACKS AND WILL ALSO BE OUR POINT OF ATTACK. ANY WORD OR WORDS FOLLOWING THE NUMBER(S) WILL DESIGNATE THE BLOCKING SCHEME FOR THE PLAY. IN THIS CASE WE HAVE TIGHT RIP 66 SUPER POWER. NOTICE BOTH BACKS ARE ATTACKING AT 6. THE SUPER POWER CALL WILL TELL THE BACKSIDE GUARD AND TACKLE THEIR ASSIGNMENT ON THIS PLAY WHICH IS PULLING PLAYSIDE AND SEALING UP INSIDE THE HOLE.

MOTION RIP MOTION .BASE FORMATION We will always come out in Tight as our base formation. We will shift to other formations as needed.

BACKFIELD PRINCIPLES .

RULES FOR RUNNING BACKS 1. you do not get the ball 2.20 yards down field 3. Be patient. run it anyway 4. Carry out fakes to the extreme .If the hole does not appear. The plays will take time to develop. Run the hole and follow your blocks . . Block for one another .If you do not block.

A and C-Back Stance (WB’s) . B-Back Position .Line up directly behind QB .No forward lean & heels must be on the ground 4.You should be able to touch the QB 3.Do not lean forward .Just able to reach out & touch TE’s outside hip.BACKFIELD BASICS 1. tail is down 2.Down hand is directly in front of the back foot .bend at knees and then place the hand down . .Hands resting on the knees .Very little weight on the down hand .50 to 60% of weight on front foot . A and C-Back Position .Eyes are up.Feet are no wider than shoulder width .2-point stance with knees bent .one hand down and same side foot back .numbers on the knees . in line with each other .One yard off the LOS and one yard outside of TE .Feet shoulder width apart. B-Back in a 3-point stance .Head and eyes up .Sit into your stance .

bicep .forearm .Palm and forearm is facing down .Away side arm horizontal. just above chest .Palm and forearm is facing upwards . just below belly button .Ball side arm horizontal.Make a pocket using arms and hands .Narrow stance with toes pointed in (pigeon toed) 6.Arms fully extended .midsection . Taking a Handoff .Ball side palm on top of it .Feet back as far as possible .Away hand secures it in a 4 point contact .Ball is place into the midsection .Ball side arm is pointed outward . Quarterback’s Stance .Away elbow pointed to opposite side of handoff .BACKFIELD BASICS 5.Palm .

BACKFIELD BASICS 7.Take ball as if picking up a ball on the ground . Taking a snap .Immediately bring football to your groin .

BACKFIELD BASICS 8.Step out with opposite foot & spin towards hole . . 9.Step with the Toss side foot towards wingback .Seal the first outside defender.Step & toss ball from waist to wingback lightly .Kick out first threat that appears .The toe should be pointed at the wingback.Follow direct path to rear of tackle . .Kick Out .Kick him outside . Making a “Toss” Handoff .Attack defender’s inside jersey number .Ball should hit wingback in the belly button . Blocking technique for the B Back.Treat ball like an egg and toss it softly .

66 Super Power .

66 Super Power .

44 Iso .

44 Iso .

800 .

800 .

First Level: defenders lined up on the line of scrimmage (LOS). usually within 6 inches of the ball.TERMINOLOGY Backside: the area away from where the play is being run. The guard will gain depth and run past the defensive man then come back and attack and seal him. . Inside Gap: for any player on the line of scrimmage it is the area directly to their inside and is also known as the area between two offensive linemen. who runs to the point of attack. Cadence: the snap call progression. Gut Block: Step around tail or primary lineman and wall off. Kick-out Block: an inside-out block on the first defender past the point of attack. Hook Block: this block is used on the Waggle. Aimed at his inside jersey number so that he is sealed from the inside. The playside guard will hook the defensive man instead of log blocking him. Down Block: another name for our “Severe Angle Block”. Our normal cadence is “[color. usually defensive linemen. color]…go… readyyyyy… hut!” Counter: a play where the running backs run opposite of the called play with the exception of the ball carrier. Line of Scrimmage (LOS): the area directly across from the offensive line.

Aimed at the outside jersey number so that he his sealed to the inside and away from the outside.TERMINOLOGY Log Block: an inside-out block on the first defender past the point of attack. He turns inside perpendicular to the LOS and attacks the first linebacker’s outside jersey number inside of the point-of-attack. . Point of Attack: the area we are running the ball to. Severe Angle Block: the name for our blocking scheme where we are stepping on a hard angle (usually 30 degrees). Seal Block – an outside –in block by the wingback. Reach Block – a block made by stepping laterally toward the play to gain outflank the defender we are assigned to block. We may adjust our angle according to the speed of the defense. Second Level: defenders directly behind the first level of defenders. continuing on an imaginary line and blocking any defender that crosses our path. Playside: the side of the ball where the play is being run. Takes an outside release step and does not attempt to touch the defensive lineman inside him. most often designated by a hole number. usually linebackers. Shoeshine Block: a backside blocker’s technique that cuts off the inside defender on the backside when we are pulling either a backside guard or a backside guard and tackle. It is often referred to as a “shoeshine” because the tight end often must dive to the center’s feet to effectively make his block.

Third Level: all other defenders located beyond the second level. Trap Block: a block where a pulling lineman blocks out the first free man at the point of attack.TERMINOLOGY Stepping on Time: one example is when a coach says to step at 3 o’clock he is asking you to actually place your foot on a designated time on an imaginary clock. Wall-Off Block: a block to cut off defensive pursuit at a point immediately beyond the line of scrimmage. Wedge Block: a block where we will try and bring the offensive line together to block one defender. We will drive our inside shoulder to the middle of the back of the next lineman to our inside. . It is our goal to not touch any defender but the man we are wedging. usually defensive backs.

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