In today’s age of up-tempo, spread offense, and RPOs, offenses have been utilizing pre-snap motion and shifts to keep defenses off-balance and exploit their weak spots. This article provides solid strategy, defensive rules and keys for keeping your defense sound when an offense uses Flare Motion and Quick Motion pre-snap.
Offenses utilize motion and shifting to out-leverage the defense to attack how a defense sets its strength/front. Auburn University, for example, has built an entire offense based upon using pre-snap wide-receiver motion to move defenses and to out-leverage a defense’s alignment. This article provides ideas and strategies to counteract an offense’s motion. Complete with diagrams and rules that will help you implement these tactics into your defensive game plan.