SLIDE INDEX

INSIDE ZONE FROM WEAK OFFSET PRO I FORMATION Inside Zone Strong Inside Zone Lead Strong Inside Zone Weak Inside Zone Lead Weak OUTSIDE ZONE Coaching Points-Outside Zone Outside Zone Strong

GENERAL FORMATION & PLAY SETUP COACHING NOTES:
Inside Zone Ballhandler Notes: Inside Zone O-Line Technique Notes: Inside Zone O-Line Rules Miscellaneous Zone Running Game Notes: (3 pgs)

BASE FORMATION: This play can be effectively run from any formation, though a balanced formation (2 TE or a FB offset weak) is best for the full cutback effect (it allows the backside TE or FB to really seal the BS DE/OLB) and provides a balanced formation for the passing game. Running inside zone from a straight I formation can allow too much penetration by the BS DE/OLB as the FB has much more ground to cover before engaging him on the block. MOTION: By using WR motion to both lead playside on the EMLOS and seal backside on the EMLOS, we can overload one side of the formation and also setup the toss, power and pass to the flat to the weak side of the formation. This will also enable a team to avoid formation tendencies as regards running to or away from strength (as determined by TE’s alignment) COMPLIMENTARY PLAY SETUP: The footwork is the same for the counter to the opposite side and is great play action for the backside play action bootleg, especially the FB or Z pass to the flat (after their backside seal fake off the zone away play action).

TB…One Cut Rule: You are only allowed to make one cut and then you MUST get upfield at full speed. If the back hits the hole with conviction. If that helmet comes towards you. QB: Open playside. If it goes away. This keeper fake will help hold the BS DE and/or Safety. After handoff. TB: Open step playside. If B gap is closed. If bubble is over OG aim for inside hip of OT. If his helmet goes outside. you force the LB’ers to commit to a gap and the offensive lineman can seal them away from the cutback lane. run FULL SPEED bootleg action away from direction of zone. turn the ball upfield just outside of him. aim for outside hip of OG. and set up our bootleg play action pass game. TB READS: Read the helmet of the 1st down linemen OUTSIDE the center (usually the DT but NEVER a shaded NG). cut the ball all the way back across his face. By not making your cut until you replace the heels of the offensive lineman. Depending on the defensive stunts. either 5 (right) or 7 (left) o’clock depending on which direction inside zone is going. cut the ball upfield inside of him. Do NOT cut until you have reached the LOS and do NOT “dance” in the hole. but only make one cut !! Back To Index . Aiming point depends on where “bubble” is located (which gap is defended by LB or S). start upfield. If his helmet goes inside. switch read to next inside down lineman. the inside zone will often end up being a cut-back play. If bubble is over OT or C.INSIDE ZONE: BALL HANDLING COACHING POINTS GENERAL NOTES: Inside Zone is designed to be a no loss play. Always press (attack) the B gap if there is any daylight (even inches). look for cutback to backside. cross over gaining ground. the number of double teams on the LOS should result in vertical running lanes and a consistent running game.

DETERMINE YOUR ASSIGNMENT: Zone blocking BEGINS with assigning everyone a MAN.odds are only about 10% that I might END up on him. Since RG is covered & inside teammate (Center) is uncovered by a DLM . •If you are UNCOVERED – ZONE WITH YOUR TEAMMATE TO PLAYSIDE.it is 50% (or better) that I will END up on him. man block (no help from him) In the example above.he knows he will zone with Center. •If you are COVERED. clarify with blocking call)_. If there is a man HEAD UP on him . If there is a man on his OUTSIDE SHOULDER . (Many times in zone blocking everybody MAN blocks except Center & On Guard as in the example below-the old Tom Landry "PRO 4-3"). zone with him (he will combo with you to LB) •If backside teammate is COVERED. look at your backside teammate •If backside teammate is UNCOVERED. DETERMINE WHETHER YOU ARE COVERED OR UNCOVERED: (covered means a defender is on the LOS on any part of your body! If there is a question. since Center is uncovered he ZONES with RG. C responsibility # 0 OG’s responsibility # 1 OT’s responsibility # 2 Y & H responsibility # 3 0 3 2 1 C WT H WG SG ST Y 1 2 3 2. (NOTE: "END UP" meaning that the other man comes off on LB). Back To Index . IMPORTANCE OF PRESNAP LOOK AND UNDERSTANDING TECHNIQUE OF DEFENDER: A CRUCIAL phase of teaching zone blocking is for the uncovered man to know the TECHNIQUE of the DLM on his covered playside teammate (covered man can use CALLS to indicate this). EXAMPLE (I'm the RG & uncovered): If my P/S teammate has a man on his INSIDE SHOULDER .INSIDE ZONE: OFFENSIVE LINE BLOCKING RULES 1.it is 90% certain that I will END up on him.

When coming off the ball. Down lineman is head up & anchors on you – use double team technique driving him into Lber. Down lineman head up or inside shade & slants inside – force him to flatten his slant & stay on him until wiped off by uncovered teammate then work straight up on Lber.INSIDE ZONE: OFFENSIVE LINE TECHNIQUE COACHING POINTS UNCOVERED O-LINEMAN: (Responsibility is for inside half of down lineman over playside team mate). tucking your tail and “lifting him out of his socks”. LINEMEN NOT ZONING USE “DRIVE” (MAN) BLOCKS. your power foot must be on the ground and you arm thrust (100% blow delivery) with your fists into the defender's short ribs (below the pads). 2. You must think man block and only go to LBer when wiped off by uncovered teammate. On the second step. Down lineman is in an outside shade & stretches outside– you stay on him and uncovered teammate works through to LB'er. Your first step is a short directional step and you throw your arms out of the socket (wind up MUCH farther than “shooting from the holster”). guide with your eyes (aim with your face). which will take you to the aiming point or landmark. 3 situations can occur (see COVERED MAN). Take a lead step playside (roughly 45 degree angle) and catch up with your covered teammate. because you will be overextended and your head will be down. Back To Index . 1st step is a lead step with your outside foot eyeballing outside number of down lineman on you – 2nd step with inside foot thru crotch of opponent. READ THE NEAR KNEE of the down lineman on him •if the near knee comes towards you block his inside number & fit him up sliding in the direction he is going (keep eyes on Lb'er in case he comes inside) •if near knee doesn’t come towards you work up onto LB'er. COVERED MAN: (Responsibility is for outside half of down lineman IF inside team mate is uncovered). the defender's playside #. Three situations usually occur: 1. DON'T put your face or shoulder in. As you work through your playside gap. 3. Don’t worry as much about getting position on defender as you do about blow delivery and finishing your block. Stay on him until wiped off by uncovered teammate then work straight up onto the LBber. 2. 1.

Can also align FB to strong side and motion Z weak for the backside seal block. Can align FB as weak side TE to get a better blocking angle on the backside seal block HB Back To Index .INSIDE ZONE Strong FS CB LB LB RB Read 2 RB Read 1 LB CB DE DT NG DT DE H FB WT Z WG C QB SG ST Y Z FB Formation Notes: Motion Z strong for same presnap look as InsideOutside Zone Weak.

Can align FB as weak side TE to get a combo block from PS DE to Will LB FB is responsible for blocking the “overhang” player (generally Will LB or Wk S) in B or C gaps (NEVER in A gap) Back To Index . Can also motion Z playside to overload point of attack.INSIDE ZONE Weak CB LB RB Read 1 S LB RB Read 2 LB CB DE DT NG DT DE H Z FB WT WG C QB SG ST Y Z FB HB Coaching Notes: Formation Notes: Motion Z strong for same presnap look as InsideOutside Zone Strong to seal back side DE.

Can also motion FB strong for a better ISO blocking angle and either align Z tight to formation on weak side for backside seal block or not block backside DE HB Back To Index .INSIDE ZONE FORCE (strong) S CB LB LB RB Read 2 RB Read 1 LB CB DE DT NG DT DE H Z WT WG C QB SG ST Y Z FB Coaching Notes: Use WR motion to weak side to seal backside DE and prevent motion tendency.

After handoff. it is designed to cut upfield at the LOS. If that helmet also goes outside. QB: Open playside (step to 4 or 8 o’clock) and intersect the RB’s path to the TE. and set up our bootleg play action pass game. If his helmet goes outside. If the back hits the hole with conviction. Extend the ball to the RB. TB…One Cut Rule: You are only allowed to make one cut and then you MUST get upfield at full speed. turn the ball upfield just outside of him. If his helmet goes inside. Do NOT cut until you have reached the LOS and do NOT “dance” in the hole. TB: Drop step and run straight for TE’s rear end. Uncovered lineman will execute a wider reach block (almost a pull) in order to “piggyback” his covered playside team mate and will stay on the down defensive lineman covering his team mate so that blocker can Back To Index come off onto the playside LB’er . cut the ball upfield between him and the lineman you first read. cut the ball back across his face. Covered lineman who has help from an uncovered backside team mate will actually rip through the man covering him (essentially blocking him with the outside of his backside arm and his hip/back/shoulder) which forces his backside uncovered team mate to take over the block so the covered man can come off onto the LB to playside (“force the switch”) 2. switch read to next inside down lineman (usually a DT). Outside zone is not a “to the sidelines” sweep. This keeper fake will help hold the BS DE. The primary differences in technique are: 1. Do not read the OLB. run FULL SPEED bootleg action away from direction of zone.OUTSIDE ZONE: GENERAL COACHING POINTS Outside Zone is designed to be an off-tackle no loss play. If it goes inside. as this will sell the play action pass scheme we run off this play. The best cut is NO cut !! OFFENSIVE LINE RULES & TECHNIQUE: Outside Zone is blocked with the same rules as Inside Zone. the number of double teams on the LOS should result in vertical running lanes and a consistent positive yardage running game. TB READS: Read the helmet of the 2nd down linemen OUTSIDE the center (shaded NG does NOT count).

HB Back To Index .OUTSIDE ZONE Strong FS CB LB LB RB Read 2 LB RB Read 1 CB DE DT NG DT DE H WT Z WG C QB SG ST Y Z FB Coaching Notes: Can use WR motion from either side to overload and get two playside double teams on LOS. though this block is probably less essential than on inside zone. Can align FB as weak side TE to give him a better blocking angle on back side DE (allows less penetration before engaging block).

OG & C from the 2i to Mike. If you do this (pull. identify which will be the "wide" side of the defense and which will be the "reduced" side ( most teams are "wide" on the split end side & "reduced" on the tight end side). If you use a 2 te/2 wr/1 rb set (like the Indy Colts) quite often you can get in behind three double team blocks (TE & OT from the 7 to Will.'s in the Riggins years! One of the 1st things to package with the Inside Zone was the Counter away.feature Outside Zone in situation A). just to name a few) do not prefer to run the inside zone to the "reduction” side (B gap defended by DLM.it is better to shade side than reduction side BECAUSE we should get three initial double teams.INSIDE/OUTSIDE ZONE: MISCELLANEOUS NOTES: GAMEPLANNING INSIDE ZONE = not as good vs.…Remember -the best cut is no cut!!!!! OUTSIDE ZONE TO "WIDE" SIDE VS "REDUCED" SIDE OF DEFENSE On the outside zone. the outside zone to the "red" side becomes a hell of an off tackle play & will cram the C gap. . COUNTER COMPLIMENTS INSIDE ZONE: The BEAUTY of the Redskins' famous "Counter" was that it was originally a complimentary play to the Inside Zone. alex gibbs. for example a 3 technique) because you will likely end up cutting it back inside the 3 technique to a tilted or shaded nose side WITH a LB filling between the shaded nose & the 3 (very tight quarters)! In the Riggin’s years. THEREFORE . If the Inside Zone was best AWAY from the shade of the Nose (4 man side) . Assuming we are in 2 TE/2 WR personnel & they have "7 in the box" . You may have to get into some pulling schemes like folding the on t & on g on the "red" side or pulling both the on t & on g around on the "white" side (like the Indy Colts). which results in a LOT of movement off the ball! This is particularly true vs.P. & off OG & OT from 3 to Sam) and the RB can really cram the B gap for positive yardage rather than worrying about cutting it back. These were important C.Prefer to run it to the side where we have a numerical advantage (3 man side rather than 4 man side). Joe Bugle addressed this by “TAG” blocking (T & G FOLD) when he ran to the reduction side. The Counter is taught to LOOK LIKE THE INSIDE ZONE: QB's steps on Counter Left are IDENTICAL to Inside Zone Right. we would have the backside combo on the 3 look like the Counter. Most coaches i believe in (joe bugel. you can run it to the "red" (3 technique side) or "white" (b gap defended by lb).the Counter was equally good to EITHER side. We would look to run the Inside Zone to the 1 tech and the Counter to the 3 tech. If we had a hard time cutting off the 3 with the BST then we would know to use more counter because the DT is chasing the play and will help create a huge hole when we run the counter to him. the outside zone to the "white" side should "circle the defense"!!!. the Va Tech style 4-4 defense. RB's first step on Counter Left is IDENTICAL to Inside Zone Right. If they have 4 men in the box to both sides of the ball (low S/S PROBABLY on reduction side) . fold). a gapping & penetrating defense OUTSIDE ZONE = not as good vs a quick team that reads & flows well. When we ran the inside zone at the 1. & INSIDE ZONE in situation B)! INSIDE ZONE TO "WIDE" SIDE VS "REDUCED" SIDE OF DEFENSE •WIDE side of defense = “B” gap defended by a LB •REDUCED side of defense = “B” gap defended by DLM (down lineman) Through scouting reports.

If OG uses shoulder or forearm. The zone steps widen the defense regardless if you get the double team or not.& that comes from sleeping together for forty years. Same as RG & RT vs "3-4" with DE in 5 technique (ON G & ON T still zone . so this is just a slight hesitation). If you are in 2 TE's & 2 WR's. i use the analogy (not "dirty") of sleeping with my wife .INSIDE/OUTSIDE ZONE: MISCELLANEOUS NOTES: RUNNING INSIDE ZONE FROM 2 TE FORMATION: Remember this when running the Inside Zone with 2 TE personnel in game (which Gibbs LOVED to do): The THEORY of the play was to run it away from the shade or control of the Nose. 1. DISADVANTAGES OF ZONE RUNNING GAME: in answer to the question about "disadvantages of the system" .FORCING a cutback). he MIGHT get tied up with him. . TE base reach technique on DE. firm shot before he goes on to zone with PS OT (if DE is in a 5 tech OG will usually end up on LB anyway. This is the way that both Joe Bugel & Jim McNally blocked it in the mid to late 1980's. NOTE: RB can deepen because with a shaded Nose . and the defense is in a 2 safety deep shell . the look you mentioned (run to weak side. a 3 tech & Center uncovered . they must work together constantly (you will do more 2 on 2 than 1 on 1 in blocking drills). Against. Center fold on LB. PLAYSIDE 3 TECHNIQUE: If we absolutely have to run the inside zone to the 3 technique side. Thus.SOMEONE may has 2 gap responsibility.he will CUTBACK!!!!! We like to "fold" (2 men) a lot on the zone. That threw the ON OT into MAN on the 5 technique (On OG block down on Nose. I kid my players & say "it's like you're married to him". Vs. PLAYSIDE 0/SHADE (1 TECHNIQUE): I would have the guard tighten down his splits to 6-12" and coach him to stop the 0/shade's penetration with a quick. but will usually end up working up on "Mike". Center cut off Mike LB). since it was almost impossible to control the offset nose with the Center (4 of the front 7 defenders will be on the side of the shaded Nose . On OT man 5 tech).seeking to run to the side of the defense which has 3 men. & it will take time.but it usually ends up man with ON G on ILB & ON T on DE). it is best run as a DIRECTIONAL . we ”TAG" (play side OT & OG fold) quite a bit: (PS OT down block DT.i would say that two men working together in zone blocking (or for that matter in counter/power blocking) must get to know each other's every move very well.Center can still zone towards the 3 technique. Use that to your advantage. OS OG fold around PS OT onto LB. 3 & 7 techs) we like to fold the Center & On Guard.when she turns one way in bed i have to instinctively turn the other (or get hit in the mouth with an elbow) . 5.

We SOMETIMES let "H" lead on the Inside Zone.SECONDARY RUN FORCE) Z BLOCKS CORNER MOTION: We primarily motion “H” from any of the four numbered positions in Diagram 1 to anywhere we need him.THEY WILL BE ACCOUNTED FOR. because it removes the WILL LB from folding BACK into the play: VS 4-4 look we see: S C W X Z M C S R 5 1 3 7 OOCOOY H Q R We also LOVE to ISOLATE M with "H" . or goes on the near safety IF there IS a hole). Back To Index . One simple way is below (just one of many): I do not like the FB in backfield. EITHER with PURE ZONE RULES (where he blasts a hole if none there.H just folds around on M & M doesn't see him coming (H gets there QUICKER than an "I" FB). but rest assured .INSIDE/OUTSIDE ZONE: MISCELLANEOUS NOTES: FORMATION AND MOTION NOTES: We use many formations & motions to account for bs/de & playside secondary force in many different ways. he has a much better angle if closer to the LOS. OR with old fashion ISOLATION blocking (where we just leave LB for "H"! I like to do EITHER from this. HOOCOOY Q X Z R INSIDE ZONE RIGHT: H BLOCKS BS/DE X BLOCKS S/S (#4 . W is controlled by the formation & CAN'T come inside).

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