3-4 Zone Pressures with Multiple Coverages

Matt Mitchell Head Football coach Grand Valley State University

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4 Down ‡ Attack Protections ‡ Pressure the QB ‡ Create negative play opportunities ‡ Chaos Theory ‡ Dictate to the offensive (Shrink their package) ‡ Great in the Red Zone Glazier Clinic 2010 .Defending the Spread ‡ Stop the Run ‡ No Big Plays / Patience ‡ Vision and Break (no yards after the catch) ‡ Disguise (Multiple Pressure / Coverages) ‡ 3 Down vs.

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Rushers and Coverage ‡ Rush 5 ± 3 Deep / 3 Under ± 2 Deep / 4 Under ± 1 ‡ Rush 6 ± 3 Deep / 2 Under ± Zero ‡ Rush 3 ± ± ± ± Drop 8 Spy Soft 2/5 Spy Hard 2/5 Spy 3/4 (Multiple Rotations) ± Spy 2/Man Under ‡ Rush 4 ± ANY COVERAGE POSSIBLE Glazier Clinic 2010 .

Front ± Okie ‡ 3rd .Coverage ± ± ± ± ± ± ± ± Sky Boundary Sky Choice 1 5 3 Field 3 Boundary 2 ‡ 2nd .Pressure ± ± ± ± ± ± ± ± ± Lightning Thunder Rain Smoke Fire Spark Cut Nail Bull ‡ 4th .Direction ± ± ± ± ± ± ± ± Field Boundary Tail Axe Strong Weak Tight Split Glazier Clinic 2010 .Defensive Calls ‡ 1st .

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