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Division I High School (~1100 Boys) in Cincinnati, OH 13 Consecutive Greater Miami Conference Titles Playoff Qualifier 12 of the past 13 seasons 66 All-Ohio Players Multiple Division I College Players 12 Ohio AP Top 10 Finishes 2004 Ohio State Champions 149-17 since 2000 Defensive Averages Since 2005: 87 Rush Yds. Per Game 102 Pass Yds.
Running the 50 Defense
Angle vs. 6-pack
Angle Defense Vs. 6-pack
o Positions Needs
o Defensive Calls o Defensive Techniques
Lack of size on the line Advantageous to our players… speed Difficult to get a pre-snap read Easy to adjust to power and spread Flexibility to change players Ability to run multiple coverages Keeps offense off balance with ability to angle 4 Colerain High School 10/2/2013 .
Angle is base defense to stop run 6-pack is our blitz package Alignment varies form one to the other Angles changes for linemen Alignment changes for outside linebackers Calls are opposite 5 Colerain High School 10/2/2013 .
Run/pass…….reads guards to tackle Angles fast Ability redirect quickly Plays flat on the line of scrimmage Takes up blockers so linebackers can run free Straight tackle sets the edge Angle tackle is a b-gap defender Tackles line-up head up on tackles Nose lines-up head up on center 7 Colerain High School 10/2/2013 .
Stance o Modified linebacker stance (4 point) o Hands barely touching the ground o Heels in the dirt o Feet • Parallel • Under arms • Weight on balls of feet 8 Colerain High School 10/2/2013 .
movement straight ahead w outside foot o He sits the edge as a contain type player 9 Colerain High School 10/2/2013 . Angle tackle o First step should be a 45 degree angle step with the inside foot through guards neck to centers shoulder o Rips through the offensive person with opposite arm Nose o First step should be a 45 degree angle step with the inside foot through guards neck to inside knee of tackle o Rips through the offensive person with opposite arm Straight tackle o First step is a 6 in.
Frequently utilize this into a package Reduce angles and press up field more Move to 3-point stance Nose alignment is still over center Tackles o move to outside shade or completely outside the offensive tackle o Outside foot up. so power step is inside to reduce space If guard gives you his face cross it. if he gives you his hip you push up field 10 Colerain High School 10/2/2013 .
reads guards to tackles Acts as quarterback on defense for front 7 Play fast and fill gaps Mesh well with defensive line Bench linebacker plays isolation more effective than sweep Field linebacker runs down plays and defends the pass 11 Colerain High School 10/2/2013 . Run/pass…..
Bench linebacker o Better at blitzing and filling isolation o Must be aware of the TE and possible route combinations o Align outside shade of guards o Eyes on keys o Feet • Parallel • Under arms • Weight on balls of feet • Hands off knees Field linebacker o Better at coverage and running down outside zone/sweeps o Same as above 12 Colerain High School 10/2/2013 .
gives a go call when they get to curl to OLB or SS QB breaks contain ILB to that side goes after him 13 Colerain High School 10/2/2013 .reads guards to tackles Disrupt pass routes and collision receivers Has to identify who they are hot on. dictated by coverage and type of blitz Hook to curl player. Pass/Run…..
Run/Pass…reads through tackle to QB Most athletic and versatile athlete Lines up on LOS Lines up on TE almost all the time Tough enough to take on power runs Knowledgeable about alignment and formations 14 Colerain High School 10/2/2013 .
Strong side linebacker o Lines up over TE o Eyes on keys o Plays better to power side o Alignment (Feet) • Splits crouch with inside foot • Inside foot forward • Weight on balls of feet • Hands in a good defensive position o Steps • Inside foot jab step into TE • Do not stand up. stay low • Engage TE shoving him inside to close gap and keep outside leverage 15 Colerain High School 10/2/2013 .
Weak side linebacker o Lines up in space usually apex of #1 and #2 receiver o Eyes on keys o Plays better in space o Alignment (Feet) • Parallel stance on LOS • Weight on balls of feet • Hands in a good defensive position o Chase/Tuck • Rush linebacker chases down plays away when he has an angle tackle • Off linebacker tucks when he has straight tackle on plays away 16 Colerain High School 10/2/2013 .
…reads through tackle to QB Must cover well in space Alignment varies for most formations o 5 yards of ball Coverage curl/flat Hold curl until ILB gives GO call Lines up on TE in single width and sometimes when TE is #2 receiver Is in motion and timing up blitzes to hit LOS full speed 17 Colerain High School 10/2/2013 . Pass/Run..
6 Pack defense 18 Colerain High School 10/2/2013 . athletic players capable of making plays in space o One of these players must be capable of making all coverage checks and communicating with the rest of the defense o Safety alignment and technique rarely changes in angle vs. Safeties… o In a perfect world. both safeties are capable of playing both SS & FS o Safeties need to be physical.
Eyes read #2 to #1 19 Colerain High School 10/2/2013 . flows & fits accordingly o Cover 2 – drops into deep ½ favoring #2 WR. o Pedals into zone on snap (Middle or deep ½) o Cover 3 – reads through guards to quarterback for run/pass & direction. Should never align outside hash. Free/Boundary Safety o Athletic player who can cover the deep middle 1/3rd. including 4 verticals o Is also responsible for cleaning up mistakes made by the front 7 (Live to play another play!) o Aligns @ 12 yards between the boundary upright and the hash depending on formation.
must collision vertical routes o Will align on inside shoulder of #2 receiver (unless #2 is TE) o On snap will creep to 7/8 yds. C/F defender • Run to = Attack and become force player • Run Away = Flow for cutback o Also often included in run blitzes 20 Colerain High School 10/2/2013 . Strong/ Field Safety… o Physical player who can be effective vs.. reads through tackle to QB • Pass = Hot on #2. the run o Most common coverage responsibility is curl to flat.
which means our corners must be athletic enough to defend 1/3rd of the field o Must be effective tacklers to prevent big plays o Corners will usually flip sides based on ability & game plan. Corners… o Primarily a Cover 3 team. single WR. Trips side. best coverage guy goes where they throw (Best WR. reading through the Tackle to QB • Hot on all 3 step routes (High ball/low ball from QB). in Cover 3 rally & make tackle • Non 3-Step pass = Get deeper than deepest threat in your zone! Stay in pedal as long as possible.) Varies week to week. o Align 6/7 yards off the ball. inside shoulder of #1 o @ snap Corners will take 3 slow pedal read steps. etc. • Run read – Run to = take on & defeat stalk block to support run…Run away – Take angle & pursue 21 Colerain High School 10/2/2013 .
Tight… to the tight end or strong side of the formation with no tight end Split… away from right end or weak side of the formation with no tight end Field… only call on hash Bench… only call on hash 23 Colerain High School 10/2/2013 .
Angle… o Nose and tackle away from the call angles o Tackle to the angle call plays straight Crash… o Aggressive angle of two gaps o Tackle has A gap and outside linebacker has B gap o Inside linebacker has contain if the ball is run that way o Never run split crash 24 Colerain High School 10/2/2013 .
Bird… o Stunt where angle tackle and OLB switch responsibility Double Crash… o Short yardage call o Nose plays straight Double Bird… o Nose plays straight Pinch… o Angle both sides o Nose plays straight 25 Colerain High School 10/2/2013 .
Field corner Bench / split lightning Field / tight smoke Tight / field go Split / bench shoot 26 Colerain High School 10/2/2013 .
Pressures are designed to maximize pass coverage while not allowing the QB to have enough time to be comfortable. Blitzes will involve bringing any 1 of the 4 linebackers or any member of the secondary. All “Hot” Routes should be accounted for as you have 4 or 5 players in the underneath zones. The 3-4 scheme allows a 4 man pass rush to be effective because the offense does not know where the 4th man is coming from 4 Man Pressures allow for more options in coverage 27 Colerain High School 10/2/2013 .
End Bird T E - N B B T E E T B N B T E Extension of our Angle 50.Both tackles are now contain rushers. End simply rushes upfield. Tackle away from call is other contain . End and Tackle to blitz call switch jobs 28 GE Title or job number 10/2/2013 .
ILB to the blitz call through the A Gap. 29 GE Title or job number 10/2/2013 . Ends drop. Both tackles are contain rushers. both Ends drop.Fire Shoot T E - N B B T E - T E B N B T E ILB opposite call through opp. Both Tackles contain. A Gap.
Pressures are designed to overload the offensive line and get to the quarterback quickly Blitzes will involve bringing any combination of our 4 man pressures. never allowing them to turn into a big play Most of these are played using a 3 deep concept You must also be aware of vulnerabilities to certain formations such as 3x1 or Empty & be willing to adjust 30 Colerain High School 10/2/2013 . with some additional options We will expect the ball to be thrown quickly from a QB under pressure. this creates multiple opportunities for turnovers We must rally to any completed „Hot‟ routes.
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