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Modern Offense Blocking


MightyJoeYoung
(@mightyjoeyoung)
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Joe,
In the 4 run Blocking schemes you have listed, (Zone, Power, Counter, G), In G you demonstrate the WO will "Crack", but  in the other schemes,  what instruction do you give to the slots- wide outs? Are they blocking MDM?, or going straight to the FS?
For example when running "Jack Zone Right", what is X, Y , Z's instruction?

Also in your play calling do you have a "Tag" to identify the blocking scheme or do you just instruct the players to know what blocking scheme goes with certain plays?

I have a few more questions coming, But I will put them on their own thread.

Thanks
Kenny


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MHcoach
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Kenny

Our rules for the wide outs are simple, play to block MDM, play away reach the middle 1/3. In youth we really work on our down field blocks & our stalk blocks. At the HS level we will run routes instead of blocking at times.

I have done with tags, with pure numbers, with wrist bands. All work remember this is only a guide. We have teams that only use tags & code words. I really believe it depends on the FBI of your team.

Joe

"Champions behave like champions before they're champions: they have a winning standard of performance before they are winners"Bill Walsh


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