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CoachParker
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Just updated a promo video so you see what the Power Wing Beast Offense means to me enjoy. 

Of course there is a ton of free Beast info at CoachParker.org and on the Youtube channel.  Hit me up if you have any questions.

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Parker

Coach Parker
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Coach Jeff
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We installed a version of the beast formation. It's a great complement to our Wing T. We have Beast Power, Sweep, and a Counter Buck play. All 3 have been great for us.  I'm looking to add a beast pass to the series, any suggestions?

The beast is simple and easy to install. It's great for youth football. Here are some highlights-

Jeff

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blockandtackle
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We installed a version of the beast formation. It's a great complement to our Wing T. We have Beast Power, Sweep, and a Counter Buck play. All 3 have been great for us.  I'm looking to add a beast pass to the series, any suggestions?

The beast is simple and easy to install. It's great for youth football. Here are some highlights-

Jeff

A sweep pass would be the easiest install.  Backside TE on a drag, send somebody playside (TE or the widest blocking back) to the deep sideline on a corner or wheel route.  Tell your passer to just tuck and run if the receiver's not wide open.


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Coach Jeff
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I like it. We'll install it this season.

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CoachParker
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Here are two from my power wing beast offense playbook. See attachments below.  I like the backside TE quick pop pass.  Works great.  The wider Beast set Worm works good on a Flood pass.  Cheers, Parker

Beast TE Pop Pass

Worm Pass

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We installed a version of the beast formation. It's a great complement to our Wing T. We have Beast Power, Sweep, and a Counter Buck play. All 3 have been great for us.  I'm looking to add a beast pass to the series, any suggestions?

The beast is simple and easy to install. It's great for youth football. Here are some highlights-

Jeff

Coach Parker
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Fort Worth , Texas


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CoachParker
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Here are some Beast Tank plays from our Spring 2019 10U team.

Enjoy.

~ Parker

Coach Parker
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Just added the video of the TE counter up.  I call the play the Crazy Heifer.  Fun Play.  Enjoy the video.

Coach Parker
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chucknduck
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Haha...nice.


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CoachParker
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I found some old Beast from 2012 this week.  This is a Beast WB Fade pass.  My son who turns 18 next week is the QB on this pass play.  Fun play for a quick first down.  They stuffed a Beast Tank right before this play so we went over the top on them.  Just got the pass off and a great catch.

Enjoy the play highlight..... 

If you have any Beast questions contact me anytime.

Remember to play for fun and winning is funner!

~ Coach Parker

Coach Parker
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Fort Worth , Texas


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