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Here is a great picture of our QB making the ride with eyes glued to the read man. The Back is making a large pocket & not grabbing the ball.

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Joe
Can you explain what you mean when you talk about the "J" step used for Stretch/Power? Is your QB just moving the football from hip to hip or is he shuffling towards the read and if so how many shuffles?

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Here the QB is about to begin his ride, next would be the crow hop then the J step. The J step is a cross over with the down-field foot. On this particular play you can see the read man has already turned his shoulders the QB pulled & ran for 28 yds.

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Joe

Sorry don't mean to be obtuse but the crow hop is the same thing as a shuffle right? Is it just one crow hop and then J step?

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I made this for you to use at your leisure Joe.

Can show footwork including J step for QB and Back for zone and stretch, read and boot.

I assume you probably know PP better than me, but if you don't just hit control C and then control V to make more feet.

Right click or use the little bar at top to rotate them.


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Joe, how does the RB know he is getting the ball? As in when does he know to squeeze down and take the ball?


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Joe, how does the RB know he is getting the ball? As in when does he know to squeeze down and take the ball?

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Our back never squeezes or pulls at the ball, if the ball is there after the ride he has 2 hands on it covering the points. See slide 20 in the PP.

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Dan

I can describe it, move the feet on your PP, & several other things. All seem to make it over complicated. It's best to be seen . When I show it it is so simple, when I describe it, it sounds like brain surgery.

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Here is a picture of the crow hop. I will get one of the J step when I get home.

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Chris

Our back never squeezes or pulls at the ball, if the ball is there after the ride he has 2 hands on it covering the points. See slide 20 in the PP.

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Do you teach them to take the hand off? Layered?


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Chris

Look at the first slide. Big pocket thumb down.

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Here is a picture of the J Step. Our QB just completed the ride, see the read man tackling the back & how he has cleared them to come down hill.

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Here is our back up QB with a great example of the Jstep.

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Joe
How much time do you spend on power stretch each practice?

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Mike

At the HS level we read everyone across the front depending on the play. Every day we work rides & reads for 15 minutes before practice starts. At the Youth level we didn't have that time, but we did work it 10 minutes everyday.

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