KC COLTS 33 Stack

This is an introduction to the Colt 33 Stack Defense. This presentation will cover the following topics: 1) Defensive line up against typical youth offenses. 2) Defensive responsibilities for runs and passes. 4) Position techniques. The offense is the circles. (Except for the Center he is the square) The defense is the triangles. Now lets meet the positions.
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KC COLTS 33 Stack

Nose Guard

The Defensive line is made up of three players. A lot of players are under the misconception that the defensive line is not very important. In fact the defensive line controls the game. This shows the Nose Guard position. The name comes from the fact that he is in the center of the defensive line and nose up on the other teams center. Our Nose Guard is usually our best defensive lineman. He must control the two gaps on both sides of the center (the A Gap). He must attack the center and then fill the gap to the side where the ball is being run. He can key the way the quarterback is turning.
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KC COLTS 33 Stack

Ends

The other defensive linemen are the defensive ends. Their man job is to attack the ³c´ gap (the gap between the Offensive Tackle and the End) and to control all of the off tackle plays. The ends will also run stunts with the backers.

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KC COLTS 33 Stack

Middle Backer

The Middle Backer lines up behind the nose about 3 yards off the line of scrimmage. His job is to first look to attack the A gap with the nose tackle. He will provide cut back support on sweeps.

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KC COLTS 33 Stack

Outside Backers

The Outside Backer lines up behind the End about 3 yards off the line of scrimmage. Their job is to first look to attack the B gap. They must also help to contain sweeps.

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KC COLTS 33 Stack

Bandit

Spur

These are the Spur and the Bandit. They have to be great athletes and great tacklers. They have sweep control on their side of the field. They must also stop reverses. Chase the ball from behind and help in pass coverage.

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KC COLTS 33 Stack

Corner

Corner

These are the Corners. They also need to be good one on one tacklers. They have sweep control on their side of the field. They must also stop reverses. They are the main pass defenders.

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KC COLTS 33 Stack

Safety

This is the safety. He is the last line of defense. He must provide run and pass support.

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FORMATIONS 1. Base 2. Goal line 3. Long Yardage

BLITZES 1 Blitz (Middle Backer)

2 Right Blitz (Middle and Right Backer) 2 Left Blitz 3 Blitz 4 Blitz 5 Blitz (Middle and Left Backer) (Middle and Right and Left Backer) (Both Corners, Spur and the Bandit) (All Backers, Spur and Bandit)
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33 Stack Base Set up

TB

FB

WB

QB

E

T

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C

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E B

NG

E S

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R C

FS

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33 Stack GOAL LINE

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QB

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G M

C NG

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C FS

C

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33 Stack Long Yardage

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33 Stack Gap Responsibility

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33 Stack Full Back field

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33 Stack Trips

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33 Stack Spread

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33 Stack 1 Blitz

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33 Stack 2 Right Blitz

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33 Stack 2 Left Blitz

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33 Stack 3 Blitz

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33 Stack 4 Blitz

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33 Stack 5 Blitz All out Blitz

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