Notifications

IZ RB READ  

  RSS

Pearls of Wisdom
(@pearls-of-wisdom)
Platinum
Joined: 6 years ago
Posts: 4446
May 19, 2014 8:15 am  

On IZ RB's #1 read is the 1st. DLM from outside the Center (excluding a shade).  NOTE: That read is indicated by the DOT above the defender on the first ATTACHMENT:

The RB's reactions to his read are shown in the second ATTACHMENT:

My Contact Info: Coach Bill Mountjoy phone: 804-716-7038 EST /  Email: butzadams@hotmail.com


Quote
durfee4
(@durfee4)
Platinum
Joined: 10 years ago
Posts: 4832
August 3, 2014 2:28 pm  

With facing an over or under D scheme and the bs de has a inside shade of the te or ot,,is that the first read?

Success only comes before Work in the dictionary


ReplyQuote
Dusty Ol Fart
(@youth-coach)
Diamond
Joined: 7 years ago
Posts: 7614
Illinois
Other
Club Admin
August 3, 2014 4:02 pm  

Coach:

IZ generally speaking is between the guards.  Hence the RB is "Reading" the inside LB to play side.  DE is of little consequence to the play.

Zone Read then we have something to talk about. 

Hope this makes sense

Not MPP... ONE TASK!  Teach them!  🙂


ReplyQuote
durfee4
(@durfee4)
Platinum
Joined: 10 years ago
Posts: 4832
August 3, 2014 4:19 pm  

Coach:

IZ generally speaking is between the guards.  Hence the RB is "Reading" the inside LB to play side.  DE is of little consequence to the play.

Zone Read then we have something to talk about. 

Hope this makes sense

I understand it pretty good.but Gibbs teaches it  a little different I think.He likes a pre-read from his backs on the bsede,and yes the first dlm (not including a shade on the center) is his primary read,but if the backside is primed it,s golden.

Success only comes before Work in the dictionary


ReplyQuote
ZACH
 ZACH
(@bucksweep58)
Diamond
Joined: 10 years ago
Posts: 9395
Coach
August 3, 2014 6:32 pm  

We use a pre snap read and a in play read
--------m----------$
----3------1-----5
-----0--#--0--0

In the scenario above we see "white" optimal side to run tight zone toward. Our primary read is clear B gap is open we want to cram it (primary)  he knows the next open lane is left of the center(secondary).  If with in his 2 steps before the ball is in handed off he see's b gap closed he cuts immediatley to backside A.
-----------m-------$
--------1------3--5
------0--#--0--0

In scenario above B is closed . Primary lane is right of center. Secondary is behind the bsg. He still attacks B gap forst 2 steps but eyes A gap if its open we cut hard angle into it...if closed we cut a flatter angle into backside B. This situation is not ideal as negatives can happen with the secondary cut. As to the reason why we dont try to run tight to "red"

Just how we do it.

I can explain it to you, I can't understand if for you.


ReplyQuote
Share: