Formations

The words "Near" & "Far" informs the HB were to line up. He will either be on the Near

Wing Bac or "%" / .side or the Far side of the Tight End "Y" and the Wing Bac "!". "unning Bac )*s + . Wide "ecei$er Hole Numbers 2dd Numbers on the left side of the (enter. The words ""ight" & "#eft" tell "Y" & "!" which side of the formation to line up. E$en Numbers on the right side of the (enter. . 'la& (alling 'roceedure Hole & Bac Numbers Hole numbers are at the top of the arrows and the running bac numbers are in the circles. Tight End % . Near #eft /. 5ust sta& on the mid3line. 1 . . Follow out all fa es. Trap • -B3 4lwa&s open toward the HB. The Wide "ecei$er "%" will alwa& line up oppisite of "Y" unless the unbalanced call in made. Fullbac "0" hole dead o$er the (enter. Halfbac Y . -uarterbac .

2n bootleg fa e6 eep rear elbow high & slightl& bent at the waste. . use down & across rule and techni<ue. use run3off or stal bloc techni<ue. &+3: holes in left formations. W" Bloc ing "ule3 4n& running pla& inside of same side 28 9.• • • • • 2n bootleg fa e6 eep rear elbow high bent at the waste. use run3off or stal bloc techni<ue. 4n& running pla& going to &our side of the 28 916 = & > holes in left formations."6 T3TE /* 2# Trap "ule3+st defender on the #27 and outside the '24 is the defender that will be trapped."6 T3TE /* 2# Trap "ule3+st defender on the #27 and outside the '24 is the defender that will be trapped. 4n& running pla& going to &our side of the 28 916 = & > holes in left formations. W" Bloc ing "ule3 4n& running pla& inside of same side 28 9. Ta e the time to ma e 8"E4T fa es. 5ust sta& on the mid3line. use down & across rule and techni<ue. Near #eft 1= Trap • • • • -B3 4lwa&s open toward the HB. 2# 7plits3 (38 +*6 83T . TE Bloc ing "ule3 7ame as W" but opposite side. Wing Bloc ing "ule3 When outside the bo? at the snap of the ball use the same rule as recei$ers. &+3: holes in left formations. The FB fa e is the most important6 -B should put the ball all the wa& in the poc et6 when remo$ing the ball shield it against his bod& lea$ing the hand closest to #27 in the FB poc et as he goes b&. 2# 7plits3 (38 +*6 83T .

Ta e what the defense gi$es &ou. @f he*s going to get beat6 force the defender to run outside and around6 ne$er underneath. Wing Bloc ing "ule3 When outside the bo? at the snap of the ball use the same rule as recei$ers. @t wor s great with a double wing formation also. N2 4((A7E7B HB3 The better the fa e6 the easier the bloc . -B "ules3 @f no one is between the -B and the FB sa& "8o" and run the ball. Wing Bac 3 7eal the outside so the -B can get to the corner. • . This will gi$e the run option to the -B. Ta e the time to ma e 8"E4T fa es.• • TE Bloc ing "ule3 7ame as W" but opposite side. He must get into his pattern. FB3 He has to come off the ball fast so not to get in the wa& of the pulling 286 e&es should be loc ed on pla& side 28 so that he can see where his hole is. Target is the inside number of the CE or 2#Ber. 5ost &oung -B*s ha$e a tendenc& to lea$e the mid3line as the& are fa ing to the HB6 the result is6 not enough depth and a poor fa e. N2TED This pla& can be run from ma& formations with and without motion. Near #eft Waggle #eft • • • • • -B35ust sta& on the mid3line. (hec the diagram.

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