“Air-Raid”

Offense 2004
Cover

Installation
1. Formation (Pro, Doubles) / (Under, Gun) a. Run Play “B”- Gap Wrap ** Bob (Under, Gun, Motion, Check) ** F/Bob from Doubles (short motion) ** 1/Bob (To Counter 3 tech) ** Bob/C (To Counter 3 tech) Bob Pass “Carolina” is base (can tag) ** Y as primary 2. Formation (Heavy, Wing) ** Bob 6/7 ** Bob 6/7 Pass (Panther action in backfield) PSTE on corner, PSRB/Wing on slip, BSTE drag 4. Formation (Doubles) / (Under, Gun) a. Fly 6/7 and 8/9 (with PS/BS Bob action) “Zone” Scheme ** Fly Pass (Post/Wheel/Sit) Note: Second number indicates direction of Bob action. Exp: Fly 67. First number indicates direction of Fly, and second number indicates direction of Bob fake.

Installation Cont.
1. Review Formations (Pro, Doubles) ** Review Bob (Under, Gun, Motion, Check) ** Review Bob Pass 2. Lion (Gun Only) ** Add formations (Trips R, Trips L) ** Lion to weak-side 3. Desert - “A”-Gap Wrap **(Heavy, Wing) Desert 4. Fly from (Wing) 1. Tech Formation ** Fly, Zoom ** Fly Pass (Post/Wheel/Sit) 2. Counter – “A”-Gap Wrap Scheme 3. Reverse – Fold PSG

Freshman Installation
Formation:
Heavy

Run:
1. Bob

Pass:
Play-Action (Corner/Slip)

Other:

Wing

1. Bob (Wide) 2. Desert 3. Fly
1. 2. 3. 4. Fly Counter Reverse Spinner(1/Desert)

Play-Action (Corner/Slip)

Tech

1. Play-Action (Post/Wheel/Sit) 2. Bravo-Cut 3. Whiskey 1. Play-Action (Carolina) 2. Quicks (Oscar, Hotel, Yankee) 3. 3-Step (Miami, Carolina, Wash, Frisco) Same 1. Bear

Pro

1. Bob (1/Bob) 2. Desert 3. Fly

Doubles

1. Bob (1/Bob) 2. Desert 3. Fly

Same

Doubles

X-Z at top of numbers (adjust in/out to route) F one yard outside hash (adjust) Y one yard inside has (adjust)

Doubles
(Middle of Field)

**ALL alignments are adjustable to the route being called. It is the receiver's responsibilityto knowwhen to stretch/squeeze his alignment

X F Q R

Y

Z

X at bottom of numbers F split difference of X and OT Z one yard outside hash Y split difference of Z and OT

(Left Hash)

X F Q R

Y

Z

X one yard outside hash F split difference of X and OT Z bottom of numbers Y split difference of Z and OT

(Right Hash)

X F Q R

Y

Z

Trips Right X split difference betw sideline and OT een R opposite trips call F one y byone y off OT ard ard Y one y outside of hash ard Z top of numbers Trips Right X F R Q Y Z X one y outside of hash ard R opposite trips call F one y byone y off OT ard ard Y split difference of Z and OT Z bottom of numbers X F R Q Y Z X bottom of numbers R opposite of trips call F one y byone y off OT ard ard Y split difference of Z and OT Z one y outside of hash ard X F R Q Y Z .

Trips Left X top of numbers Z split difference of X and OT F one y byone y off OT ard ard R opposite of trips call Y one y inside hash ard Trips Left X Z F Q R Y X one y outside hash ard Z split difference of X and OT F one y byone y off OT ard ard R opposite of trips call Y top of numbers X Z F Q R Y X bottom of numbers Z split difference of X and OT F one y byone y off OT ard ard R opposite of trips call Y Split difference of hash and OT X Z F Q R Y .

Pro F opposite of R in backfield outside leg to inside leg of OT Pro Tag: "Switch" .moves Z to the left side slot position "Sw itch" call X Z F Q R Y Z X F Q R Y Z X F Q R Y Z .

Alignment is adjustable to routes called Empty Right X F Q R Y Z X F Q R Y Z X F Q R Y Z . R goes to Empty call side as the inside slot.Empty Right R becomes adjusting back.

Empty Left Empty Left X F R Q Y Z X F R Q Y Z X F R Q Y Z .

Another RB can ers be substituted for Z Heavy X Q F R Z Y We will flip this formation left / right Wing R / L X Q Z R Y F .Specials We will flip this formation left / right Tech R / L "Tech" is a special formation especially for our sweeper series of plays X F Q R Z Y Substitution mayused for tw TE ty o pe play for X and Y.

3. 2. Victor (vertical) Hotel (hitch) Yankee (stick) Whiskey (wheel) Oscar (out) Alpha (out/slant) Bravo (bubble/slant) Delta (drive/corner) . 5. 8.Passing Game "Catch and Throw" Quicks 1. 4. 7. 6.

Tag post to F or Y versus a cover #2 look. F-Corner. Versus c#3. R-Choice. adjust outside receiver to A hitch route at 7 yards . look safety off and throw opposite to inside receiver. X-Post. Y-Corner •QB will take best match-up. F. R-Choice. ** Versus C #3. R-Slip.Victor C#2 C#2 X F Y Z R •Vertical concept – Note adjustments to coverage • Tags = R-Seam. Z-Post.R-Angle.

or B for inside receiver • *QB read is softest CB. the QB may check to this automatically . • May make a directional call such as: Hotel 8 • In normal down and distance.Hotel X F Y Z R • Quick hitch to outside or inside receiver • Tags = Go.

or backside slant • When F or Y is on one-step slant.Yankee Peek 1 2 X F Y Z R •Y-Stick concept with two possible reads • Pressures defender over # 2 receiver and stretches the box defenders • QB read is defender over # 2. throw opposite his reaction to the stick route. If read is MLB. they must beat defender inside and sit!! • May be called to either side . Read may change to MLB.

Great man beater • QB may check to this versus press man coverage • QB read is X-F combo or Y-Z combo • May make directional call .Whiskey 2 1 X F Y Z R • Quick wheel route.

comeback to slant/sit route in the middle • Directional call will be made . If it is a “squat” CB. Part of our curl/flat package • Speed out at 4-5 yards. throw the fade in the hole. Route must bend back toward LOS.Oscar 1 2 X F Y Z R • Quick out to inside receiver. • Or. • QB must be aware of flat defender.

Great man beater • Similar to Whiskey. throw slant in window created • “Cut” call will tell # 1 to block man on and that we will be throwing the bubble. good call versus an uncovered # 2 or a soft zone • QB read is X-F or Z-Y • Directional call will be made .Bravo 1 1 On "Cut" call 3 On "Cut" call X 2 F Y Z 2 R • Slant/bubble concept. but ball is to be thrown behind the LOS to bubble route • If defender over # 2 attacks the bubble.

throw the out. If he sits. If he flies to flats. throw the slant • All slants are either “slant/sit” or “slant/return” .Alpha 1 1 2 3 2 X F Y Z R • Slant / out concept • QB read is defender over # 2.

Y should stutter step at 5 yards then burst to corner . Complimentary play to Yankee.Delta X F Y Z R QB- Read is Y-Z-R or F-X-R Directional call will be made. Wide side stretch.

Naked (boot) . Bear (bootleg) 2.Play-Action 1.

run the ball .Bear 1 3 2 X F Y Z R QB- Fake Desert and double distance from ball. If you can gain 5+. Explode eyes on OLB for blitz. Read Z-Y-F or X-F-Y.

Throw to Y quickly if he is open.Naked 2 3 1 X Y Z F R QB- Reverse out. Read Y-Z-X -F TAGS- Pittsburgh . Fake Bob from under center and boot behind PST.

Screens 1. Snow Tornado Rain Hurricane . 2. 4. 3.

Drift and draw rush upfield. If we feel like we can release the BSG. Throw to outside shoulder of R-back TAGS- Opposite . we will adjust. X F Y Z R QB- 3 step drop and settle.Snow PSG and Center will be the only releasers in this screen. PSG should block first defender to the outside. Center should release wide and pick up first defender that shows to the inside.

Do not leave short Go Double Pass TAGS- Directional call will be made . Throw through receiver.Tornado X F Y Z R QB- Flash fake Bob and throw to upfield shouder.

PST should eye any outside defender that is a threat and block him if he shows.Rain Rain will be treated as a middle screen that will hit anywhere inside the R-back's block to the opposite side of the formation. Find a passing lane around DE to callside Go. F-Rain TAGS- Directional call will be made . OL should make contact and stop the charge of the DL prior to releasing. X F R Y Z QB- Catch and throw to near shoulder of #1 receiver.

Hurricane E X F Y Z R QB- Step parallel to LOS and draw DE upfield. Get width then sit and flip to R OL scheme is "G-wrap" with down block by PST .

Cleveland Miami Carolina Washington St. 4. 2. 5.3 – Step Passing Half – Field Combos 1. Frisco 3. Indy Full – Field Combos 1. 3. Louis . Pittsburgh 2.

Pittsburgh Seam "Tag" 1 1 Tag R on Seam versus C # 2 3 2 2 X F Y Z R From Trips Tag F on Seam route QB- Best match-up . Pitt R-Seam. TAGS- Directional call will be made. Pitt F-Seam.Corner to hitch to R Pittsburgh G (sluggo version). Will adjust backside routes to slant control Tag R on Seam route versus c # 2 as a change up . Pitt Y-Post.

Frisco 1 2 X F Y Z R 3 QB- Read is Z-Y-R / F-X Frisco X-Post. Frisco F or R-Angle TAGS- Directional call will be made .

TAGS- R-Wheel. May exclude this play and note it as a tag. Y-Corner Directional call will be made .Indy 1 2 X F Y Z R 3 QB- Read is hi-lo with Z-Y-R Great versus c # 2 – puts a bind on MLB and deep safety Note: Can tag Cleveland with Z-post and get the same thing.

Cleveland-Y. First inside receiver to other side runs the IN. X-post Tag indicates shallow crosser.Cleveland Peek 1 3 2 X F Y Z R QB- Read is Y-H-R TAGS- Cleveland-X. . Cleveland-R Angle . Cleveland-Z.

Miami F-Corner. Miami Wheel.Miami 1 2 X F Y Z 3 R QB- Read is Hi-Lo Z-X-R or F-Y TAGS- Miami Z-Post. Miami DoubleSeam. Miami Snap . Miami PCP.

Carolina Z-Post. Read would be Z-Y-R . Ex. Carolina Wheel TAGS- Versus C#2 check routes to (Shakes). "Carolina Y" Carolina X-Post.Carolina C#2 C#2 C#2 X F Y Z R QB- Read is X-F-Y. We can change read by tagging receiver after call. Carolina Y-Seam.

Washington Peek 2 1 3 X F Y Z R QB- Read is H-X combination back to Y-R Run from trips left with Z on the post / sit route .

Double Under.man 3 vs.St. R or F Angle. Louis 1 2 4 vs. X-Post .blitz X F Y Z 5 R QB- Read is X-Y-F / Z-R ** Great versus c # 2 TAGS- Z-Post.

Pass Protection 3-Step Pass Protection F C B Makes "hard/soft" call B T B B T E C E Points to edge blitzer "y ou/me" call .

he can help inside with the OG. We will also blitz control the left/right edge blitzer with our WR. If ILB does not come. The inside receiver to each side will always point out to our QB a possible edge blitzer. Cont. . which is usually the OLB to his right (naturally in his line of sight). Prior to this. the Center or LG will be your uncovered lineman that is responsible for a double read on the ILB and OLB. Check ILB to his side and block in whichever gap he attacks. flare release or run route called. The RB essentially has the same responsibility. and he gets a "soft" call (he still must visually check the edge blitzer). He will always check ILB first. he picks him up in whichever gap he attacks. With the pass protection set to the left. If he blitzes in normal down and distance. If the ILB does not come. If the ILB does not come. This will help deteremine how flat the uncovered lineman must come out in order to pick up the edge blitz. the uncovered OL will get a call from the LT of "soft/hard" to indicate to the uncovered lineman how serious the threat of an outside blitz is.Pass Pro. If the ILB comes. In this scheme. The QB is responsible for #7. our receiver will come off his route and run a "hot" route (usually a 45 degree step to the outside and get numbers to the QB). RB must step up into the hole to block the blitzing ILB. we can account for six rushers. However. as he is pass setting to get out the back door to the OLB. We also control the middle blitz with a replace route by the inside receiver to the blitz side. most of our routes have a blitz beater built in with someone running through the middle of the field at LB depth. the Center's head must be on a swivel to the edge blitz of the OLB.

our OT will make a "Nasty" call to indicate to the R-back that he will now block the EMLOS or edge blitzer. Note: The defense can always bring one more than we can protect against. A "Nasty" call by the RT will require the RG to aggressively down block as well. we will "Check" to middle screen (Rain) or option (Lion) NOW!! Even a situation where a defense overloads only one side of our pass pro. S C B E T M N E "Nasty call " S C B When "Nasty is called. The QB can always bring the F-back into the backfield for maximum protection. Once "Nasty is called. Anytime we get the threat of gapped defenders to both sides. Bringing F into the back field into Pro formation will also bring one more defender into or near the box. Cont. It is vital that our QB knows who the unblocked defender will likely be. the R-back " automaticallyblocks EMLOS. 3-Step Pass Pro Cont. . This should only be done if we are throwing to the outside 1/3 of the field. Remember. so we must set our protection from the inside/out. our wide splits will negate most edge rushers. stay"Nasty " " When faced with a gapped defender and the possibility of a hard edge blitz. we can check to middle screen to that side.Pass Pro.

Heavy / Wing C. 4. 2. Spread (one-back) B. Tech . zoom. 3.Running Game 1. rat) Packages: A. Desert (draw) Bob (power g) Lion (lead option) Sweeper (fly.

Desert We'll always keep this an "A" gap play. Favor right side alignment. Eye ball MLB and influence him to drop. “Quick” call will change action from a pass “look” to a quick handoff to R. Handoff to R and sell pass Slide. Eye ball MLB and influence him to drop. OL will drive and not pass set. slide toward QB as if in pass pro. Receive handoff and read center's block. . S C B E X F S M T T E Y Z B C R QBR- Seat ball as if throwing and keep chin and shoulders high.

BSG will seal inside. turn to outside and seal. (Tags-F/Bob or 1/Bob ) F C B E X B B B C T T E Y Z F R F R- Sprint path to outside hip of PSG. If no 3 tech. double and slip to LB. F- Lead through "B" gap by alignment. If PSG has a 3 tech. Read blocking and cut to daylight. .Bob Can be run with F lead or without. Run away from 3 tech.

Same blocking scheme as Sweeper except for EMLOS. Anticipate block of #2 receiver . Great "Check Off" versus blitzing with man coverage. Sit and pitch to R-back R- Side step and sprint downhill path to target outside of force defender.Lion Nice weakside play from trips. Good play when defense is down hard in the gaps. Make him commit to you. F C B B E X F B B C T T E Y Z R QB- Step to DE.

. If motion is called. We will call motion then Bob to counter off this in "A ce. and Play-Action. In "Tech. turn up B gap. Belly back one yard after han and sprint to sideline while reading block or Y. slide and fake Bob through LOS. Snap ball when motion back is in OT area. Kick. to you. Reach EMLOS. If "Kick" is called. Must fight for position. F C B E X Y F C B T B T E Z B R QB- Open toward sweeper motion and handoff to back. Counter. arc release to outside shoulder of CB. Carry out Bob fake to R-back when in "A look. Seal or kick out. You will get help in "Tech" formation." you are sweeper. Sprint motion and target one yard behind QB when under center." On "Fly. RF- In "A ce. Fake pass when in ce" "Tech" formation." Motion then Desert when in "Tech." slide. Will run "Tech" formation and run Sweeper. Will run Bob off this with sweeper motion. Nod to back when you desire motion. PST- Most important block. Reverse. sell "Fly" to sideline.Fly / Rat / Zoom Will run from gun or under center." arc release to outside shoulder of DE-punch and seal ILB to Safety.

Z on the reverse.Y. F C B E X F C B T T B E Y R Z B Using “Tech” formation to run the sweeper series is a “mini-package.F. .Z. This will put R as the counter/Desert back and Z as the Reverse back regardless of R/L. 2. X.“Tech” Formation "Tech" formation will be the only formation we flip all skill positions. We will also add a “Kick” play. 4. Fly 6/7. Plays will be called as follows: 1. Fly 6/7 Reverse. and Post/Wheel on the play-action pass. 3. Fly 6/7 Pass. Fly 6/7 Counter. and R will flip R/L.” Fly is the primary run with R on the counter (Desert scheme).

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Same calls apply Mayw w either OG.Fly 6 / 7 “Counter” Desert blocking scheme to the inside. rap ith X F R Z Y . .

. etc... Pittsburgh. .Fly 6 / 7 “Pass” 1 2 4 X F R Z Y 3 QBTAGS- Read is Y-Z-R-X Any pass combo could be a tag.

This will help clear up the "box" reads for our OL and create great passing lanes for the QB. . This will shorten the distance to "D" gap for our play. and Lion will require minimum splits of 1 foot. This will put each of our O-Lineman on an island for pass protection. We will have to technique this repeatedly in practice. ** All outside runs such as Fly. There will be cases where we have to "Check" to an inside or outside run. Splits Inside leg of OT QB/RB are 4 1/2 . Be as far off the LOS as possible. If there is a situation where a particular O-Lineman is much more comfortable from one or the other. In this case. we will be in a three point stance. All pass plays will require maximum splits. Will be adjustable ** All inside runs such as Desert and Bob will require maximum splits of 4 feet. he may choose or the coach may choose his type of stance. If we have to move our splits in. Rat. When in shotgun. Zoom. ** When the QB is under center. 4 ft.5 yards from ball. we will. we will be in a two point stance. as well. if possible. OT's match their feet with the OG's feet.Offensive Line Splits OG's earhole should run through the Center's hip. we will adjust our splits prior to the play. We want to stretch the defensive front as much as possible when running inside.

This should be a very aggressive block to stop any penetration of the defender over the BSG.“Wrap” Scheme "B" Gap Wrap (Bob) Shade Nose B E T N B E E B T 2i Tech. PSG MUST be able to reach a 2 tech. Center will always block back for the BSG. BST will reach step play-side and hinge back. UNLESS he is covered by a Nose in a 32 look. B T E 2 Tech. We can provide help with a 3 tech. The PSG will down block any shade or 2i tech. . (Fold) B T B T E PST will always kick out the EMLOS. PST must get movement and anchor the edge. B E T B T E E 3 Tech. he will reach step according to alignment of a 2 or 3 tech. He will either drive block. or pass set and draw the EMLOS up-field and then kick him out.

If the PSG has the DT reached. However. versus a 3 tech. “If the PSG is OUT/IN. If the PSG cannot reach the DT. Both the R-back and BSG should read the PSG block in the following manner. and the leverage area opens up in "A" gap. **Reading the "Wrap" play** Our "Wrap" play to "B"-Gap can be turned into a zone read play to either "A" or "B"-Gap. The BSG must start his wrap by eye-balling the PSLB and at the same time. yet always a "right" answer for the offense. read the block of the PSG.Reading the “Wrap” Play FS C B E T B T B SS B C PSG cannot secure reach block leaving "A"-Gap open to w rap. It is important that we hit the hole as it develops regardless of the gap. By blocking the play in this fashion. Essentially. the BSG should wrap "B"-Gap. the BSG should wrap the "A"-Gap looking to engage the PSLB. this may be a difficult block. our "Wrap" play or "Bob" is our version of the zone play. I’m OUT/IN” . there is NO "right" answer for the defense.

Continued FS C B E T B T B B C SS PSG secures "B"-Gap w reach block. ith BSG w orks outside and w raps "B" .

2). ** We have one play for "A" Gap (Desert). Bob. We want the Center to block back to the DT that is closest to him (shade. ** Standard rule is to run Desert versus a 41 look to take advantage of leverage created up the middle. We want to make a "Check" Desert call anytime we call Desert. and two for "D" Gap (Sweeper."A" Gap Wrap (Desert) Shade Nose B E T N B E E B T T 2i Tech. We can also turn this into a line call by the two OGs and Center. B E 2 Tech. Desert is not a good play versus a 42. Our QB is responsible for getting us in the best leverage situation with the call. one for "B" Gap (Bob). or any outside run would be a better choice. B E T B T E E 3 Tech. Lion). (Base Call) B T B T E ** Wrapping "A" Gap is no different than "B" Gap. If we have two 3 techs. 2i. the OL should make a "Base" call to indicate there will be no wrap by either OG. .

will require us to counter with "1/Bob".. we will not wrap "B"-Gap versus a 3 Tech. along with the BSLB blitz are the most important defensive considerations. he will get caught up in the second level garbage and be too deep to stop the play. As long as the BSLB does not blitz the "A"-Gap. "Desert". It can be done versus a 3 tech. or align in our Pro formation and do the same. or we fold block with the PST and PSG. 2i Tech. ** The PST has the option of a "Drive" block to kick out or "Pass Set" and kick out. away from our R-back. The problem is the large hole the fold block opens up the middle. . unless game planned differently.. this can still be a problem in a 2 LB set. The 3 Tech. We will always "Check" to the most favorable DT alignment. ** Teams that always align their 3 Tech. ** We can bring F in to a wing alignment and double him on a 3 Tech. or "Bob/C". if the match-up favors us. This may be game planned. ** The wrapping OG's responsibility is to wrap as close as possible to the OG's block and work upfield to the first defender and seal inside. Most generally. The OG's eyes must always be inside. Even though it is the wrapping OG's responsibility to pick up any inside blitz.Keys to Wrapping ** We can effectively wrap "B"-Gap versus a Shade. and a 2 Tech.

It is virtually impossible to Zone block from wide splits. It must be the goal of the PST to get the EMLOS reached. Zoom. we will use his over reaction to cut back inside. ** Zone blocking will be used for "Lion. the PST will force the EMLOS too wide to be of any help on cut-back and / or any counter play. or 2. B E T B T E E 3 Tech. . The EMLOS to the back side will not be blocked. ** The PSG should always initiate contact with the defender over him until the Center secures the block. The QB is responsible for holding his attention with play-action pass or bootleg. All else remains the same. A burning desire to reach this defender will do one of two things: 1.Zone Blocking Shade Nose B E T N B E E B T T 2i Tech. Basically. We want to shorten the edge of the defense so that we may either bounce outside. the PSG can slide off the the near LB. or force the EMLOS to work very wide to contain. The same is true for the BSG and BST block. In this case. B E 2 Tech. and Rat). The PST will reach the EMLOS and we will have a great play to the outside. we are leaving the EMLOS unblocked and will option him with the QB and R-Back. OL Splits must minimize to one foot." as well. (Base Call) B T B T E ** Zone blocking scheme will be used on all "Sweeper" plays (Fly. At this point. By attempting the reach. The only difference is that the PST will down block the first LB to his side.

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