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Power QB - Offense Adjustments


CoachSugg
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Coach Joe,

Appreciate all your support this fall.  Working towards my plans on continuing to implement our offensive scheme based on your Modern Offense Power Point, and improving our effectiveness with it.  Now looking forward to fall 2017. 

One of the leading contenders for QB is a bull of a kid.  He started at H-back last fall as an 8 year old on a 10u team.  To sum him up, he is an ideal DTDW or DCWT Fullback.  But he also has a great arm and the confidence to go with it.  Think Tim Tebow.

Trying to use our already established blocking schemes,  how would you adjust the backfield action and alignment to utilize him in the run game? 

This kid will have to earn the job.  But I want to be able to adjust our schemes for him if he does earn it.

Kent Sugg
Bridge Creek, OK


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MHcoach
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K

A QB that is a Power Runner makes for some wonderful adjustments. When Tebow was at Florida their base 3 play series was Bubble, QB Iso,  & Zone. QB Iso is a great play & simple to install.

One of it seems everyone's favorites is Fake Jet QB Power Lead. Almost everyone is running it on the Goal Line.

If you need more details just call.

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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mgriffin88
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Good morning Coach Joe,

How are you teaching your QB's footwork as he fakes the jet handoff or the mesh with the RB and throws a fast screen or quick game? Thanks.


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MHcoach
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Griff

On Jet our QB takes a lateral step to the side of the jet then crow hops with the Jet man.

On Fast Screen there is no mesh. We want the ball out of his hands ASAP.

We have changed the steps on Zone Read & for the RPO's. We now drop step & Crow Hop instead of cross stepping. This is easier for the QB & allows him to keep his eyes on the read man.

Hope that helps.

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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