Pe rimeter Blocking 1

RECEIVER BLOCKING (1)
Basic “STALK”

“BOMB” adjustment
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“CRACK” call
*If man you’re cracking disappears, work to safety level.

“CROSS” call

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INSIDE Stalk shown *Only possible v. a two safety look (0, 2, 4) Used by outside receiver normally assigned a 1. Release hard on an angle to Stalk block to “blow up” a gain the inside or outside leverage you want. run supporter filling from the safety position. 2. “HALFWAY RULE.” Break your *Basic job is to block man over you inside or outside. *Recievers block the short defender on or inside the next man inside them.
1. Push up 1-2 steps if possible to soften the man over you. How far you can push up depends on how tight & how fast the guy is that you’re cracking..the tighter/faster he is, the quicker you have to turn inside! 2. Come inside under control, find your man, square him up with shoulders perpendicular to L.O.S. Deliver a blow up through your hips & light him up! t o MaIn

*Recievers “Cross” and take the other’s guy. Outside receiver cracks defender over inside receiver, inside man tries to “hook” CB. A good CB. way to get the ball outside.

1. ID 2-safety look pre-snap. hips down when the defender has Possible “BOMB” situation. closed 1/2 the distance between you. Anticipate this! Keep 2. Release at C as normal. If he adjusting your course to keep the sits/closes, Stalk him! leverage you want. 3. If C retreats, it often means the 3. FINISH the block…deliver a Safety is supporting. Break off blow up through your hips, your course, find safety as you maintain with good choppy steps! do, come inside and blow him up! up! - C l I c k h e r e t o r e t u r n

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Pe rimeter Blocking 2

RECEIVER BLOCKING (2)
“DOOR” call “ALLEY” call “ED” call (2 man) “EXPRESS” call “EDDIE” call “ED” (3 man)

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*”EDDIE” call tells *”EDDIE” outside man to Inside Stalk instead of Crack!

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*”EXPRESS” tells receivers the *”EXPRESS” exact same thing as “EDDIE.” “EDDIE.” The only difference is for TE/OL!

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over him, insures against inside penetration. Outside receiver comes down to his outside shoulder to secure & move him. 2. Both blockers eye CB. As one takes over the block on the force man, the other steps off to block CB when he closes up. up. - C l I c k

*Same idea as “Door,” applied *Combination block by two *Inside man, from 2-3 yard *Inside man, often from to alley safety support. Can be receivers to “get the play split, steps flat and seals motion, blocks CB, middle done with the two outside started” by double teaming E.M.O.L., outside man cracks. receiver executes “ED” on DE, the force defender initially at receivers or the middle & inside Often used from Squeezed outside receiver Cracks. receiver in Trips. Double the the point of attack. sets to “shorten the edge.” Outside man cracks, Middle man 1. DOUBLE THE FORCE: Inside man over inside receiver, step steps flat to block E.M.O.L... Inside man: Step flat, shoulders off to safety when he fills. receiver inside stalks the man should be perpendicular to L.O.S.,
1. DOUBLE THE LOW MAN: Inside rec. inside stalks the man over him, insures against inside penetration. Outs. receiver comes down to his outside shoulder to secure him. 2. Blockers eye near safety; the safety; one not taking over the block steps off, blocks him when he fills. h e r e t o “shield” E.M.O.L., don’t allow upfield penetration or pursuit underneath you. Use his momentum against him.

Inside man (can be stationary or in motion to 4-5), step tightly around Crack block, eyeing CB as you do. If you can get outside leverage on him, “Hook” him as you would in “Cross...” If CB keeps outside leverage, “kick” him out, drive him out of hole with short, choppy steps! Game Menu -

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H & OL Adj ustments 1

H-BACK & OFFENSIVE LINE
PERIMETER ADJUSTMENTS
**Perimeter blocking adjustments by the Wide Receivers, whether made in the play call or at the line, can have an impact on the assignments of other players, particularly an H-Back in a Backfield, Wing, or Slot position, as well as frontside linemen! Following are illustrations of receiver calls that also change the jobs of other people.

Alerts for H: “BONUS”

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*When you’re assigned is to block “Force” *TE blocks down to first down from the backfield or motion, AND two lineman inside him. Step flat & other receivers are on that same side, you redirect him! can sometimes become a “BONUS” player. “BONUS” *T pulls around TE & WR block to “Bonus” means that, since the outside 2 Bonus” kick out first thing that shows WRs are blocking the 2 outside defenders outside the DE. (“Stalk,” “Door,” or “Cross”), your original (“Stalk,” “Door,” “Cross”), assignment is being blocked. *G pulls deep, turns inside T’s block, stays on wide RR track to pick off *As a BONUS player, take a course to the outside leg of the support player, first pursuing LB. cleaning him up if he beats his block. *H, from the backfield or motion, Continue on your course, looking next arcs around the block on the DE, for pursuing LB or filling safety inside, inside, becomes a “BONUS” player! then looking for a CB outside. outside.
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H & OL Adj ustments 2

H-BACK & OFFENSIVE LINE
PERIMETER ADJUSTMENTS
**Perimeter blocking adjustments by the Wide Receivers, whether made in the play call or at the line, can have an impact on the assignments of other players, particularly an H-Back in a Backfield, Wing, or Slot position, as well as frontside linemen! Following are illustrations of receiver calls that also change the jobs of other people.

“CRACK” call

“ALLEY” call

“ED” call

“EDDIE” call

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*CRACK leaves CB unblocked, so H now leads off hip of the outside Crack block and blocks the CB!

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*ALLEY leaves CB unblocked, so H now leads off hip of the outside Crack block and blocks the CB!

*ED scheme accounts for the *EDDIE accounts for DE, but man the T would normally not the next man outside. T reach, as well as the next deepens around the block on defender outside the DE, so T the DE and looks to kick out widens/deepens his RR track the next defender outside slightly, blocks CB or whomever along his RR track. shows first off the outside of *If we also had H leading the widest Crack block! from the backfield, he would *If we also had H leading from become a “bonus” player the backfield, he would leading for whatever shows become a “bonus” player inside T’s course! leading for whatever shows outside T’s course!
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