The Jet Sweep is one of the most devastating plays used in the spread offense to keep defenses off-balance and on their heels. Before long, most defenses are forced to make adjustments in their defensive fronts in an effort to stop this play. This article provides excellent “counters to the counters” and shows highly effective plays you can automatically switch to when defenses make adjustments within a 4-4 or 5-3 defensive scheme.
In today’s game, spread offense and an up-tempo style of play have wreaked havoc on defenses at all levels of football. Now that Run-Pass Options (RPOs) have been added into the mix, offenses have more advantages than ever before. This article shows what defenses can finally do to strike back. With video examples and detailed diagrams, you’ll learn how to confuse QB reads by utilizing d-line shifts, stunts and match-quarters coverage.
The “Four Vertical” concept is arguably the most perfect passing play in that it stretches the defense both vertically and horizontally in a single concept. Due to the nature of the routes being thrown within our Four Vertical concept, there is a high likelihood of a completion being an explosive play.
This article focuses on adjusting the curl-flat concept to better attack two-high and man-coverage defenses where corners are in some type of trail technique, such as man-under, two-deep. It can be run from most spread formations, and utilized in 2×2, 3×1 and empty set formations.
Spread Offenses have been ruling over defenses for years now. But even the most-prolific passing offenses can be somewhat contained as skilled defensive coordinators make adjustments over time. Learn how adding Hybrid Plays into the spread-offense mix, makes this high-powered attack even more unpredictable.