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GO TO SLIDESHOW AND CLICK AND SEE THIS PRESENTATION ON THE HAWG TUFF! OFFENSIVE LINE STATIONS. SEE HOW THE STATIONS ARE SETUP, COACHING POINTS AND DEMONSTRATIONS.

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1 GO TO SLIDESHOW AND CLICK AND SEE THIS PRESENTATION ON THE HAWG TUFF! OFFENSIVE LINE STATIONS. SEE HOW THE STATIONS ARE SETUP, COACHING POINTS AND DEMONSTRATIONS OF THE DRILLS. ENJOY!

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3 TEACH STANCE FOR 5 MINUTES

4 DRIVE BLOCK DOWN LINEMEN FOR TEN MINUTES RIGHT FIRST STEP - THEN – LEFT FIRST STEP

5 Coaching Points of the DRIVE BLOCK Finish 1. Chase him with Feet and Accelerate 2. Maintain Base. Duck 1. Knees bent and inside ankles. 2. Back arched. Weight balanced. 3. Feet slightly wider than shoulder width. 4. Work off of insteps. 5. Toes pointed slightly to outside. Fit 1. Eyes lower than defenders, get a bite. 2. Punch and grab under pectoral pads. 3. Lift- snap hips on movement.

6 EMPHASIZE THE REDIP BEFORE CONTACT WITH LINEBACKER DRIVE BLOCK LINEBACKER FOR TEN MINUTES RIGHT FIRST STEP - THEN – LEFT FIRST STEP

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8 SHORT TRAP RIGHT SHORT TRAP LEFT FOR 6 MINUTES EACH

9 COUNTER TREY RIGHT COUNTER TREY LEFT FOR 6 MINUTES EACH

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11 First Two Steps The initial movement of the lineman begins with two steps. If a lineman is covered, there is a jab step and a gather step If a lineman is uncovered, there is a scoop step and a gather step. The two linemen work the double team looking at the linebacker. If the down lineman works to either Olineman – he takes over block on down linemen and the other Olineman blocks linebacker. ALWAYS THINK DOUBLE TEAM FIRST – LINEBACKER ON SECOND LEVEL SECOND!

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13 INSIDE FOLD STEPS OFFENSIVE GUARD STEPS AT A ANGLE STEP TOWARD DOWN LINEMENS INSIDE FOOT. OFFENSIVE TACKLE SLIDE STEPS WITH SHOULDERS REMAINING PARARELL TO LOS AND THEN ATTACKS LINEBACKER MAINTAINING WIDE BASE AND GOOD FOOT MOVEMENT EMPHASIZE THAT ALL DRIVE BLOCK FUNDAMENTALS ARE IN EFFECTIVE DURING BLOCK ANT FOLD. INSIDE FOLD BOTH SIDES FOR 7 MINUTES EACH

14 INSIDE FOLD STEPS OFFENSIVE TACKLE STEPS AT A ANGLE STEP TOWARD DOWN LINEMENS INSIDE FOOT. OFFENSIVE GUARD SLIDE STEPS WITH SHOULDERS REMAINING PARARELL TO LOS AND THEN ATTACKS LINEBACKER MAINTAINING WIDE BASE AND GOOD FOOT MOVEMENT EMPHASIZE THAT ALL DRIVE BLOCK FUNDAMENTALS ARE IN EFFECTIVE DURING BLOCK ANT FOLD. OUTSIDE FOLD BOTH SIDES FOR 7 MINUTES EACH

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16 DRIVE RT AND DRIVE LT. 10 MINUTES USING MDUSA BANDS AND CORRECT STEP BOARDS POINTS OF EMPHASIS: CORRECT 6 INCH STEPS! GREAT PUNCH! WIDE LEGS AFTER STARTING BLOCK AND UNTIL FINISHED! GREAT FINISH! DEMAND GREAT EFFORT BY DUMMY HOLDER, BLOCKER AND MUSCLE DRIVER BAND HOLDER! THIS DRILL CAN MAKE YOU A GREAT BLOCKER! YOU CAN GET BAND FROM MDUSA.COM

17 DRIVE AND MAINTAIN BLOCK RT AND DRIVE AND MAINTAIN BLOCK LT. 10 MINUTES USING MDUSA BANDS AND CORRECT STEP BOARDS POINTS OF EMPHASIS! MAINTAIN WIDE BASE! STAY SQUARE ON DUMMY! FINISH! YOU CAN GET BAND FROM MDUSA.COM

18 WORK THE HIPS! WIDE BASE! MAXIMUM EFFORT! ATTACK YOUR OPPONENT! WE USE TIRES OR SLEDS

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20 STANCE: Feet are arm-pit to shoulder-wide. If moving to the right, weight is on the left foot. Take the inside knee and drive it down. This pivots the foot and puts more weight on that foot. This lets you be light on your step. The Defensive Line may get a read, but they don't know if you're going inside or outside. The right-side linemen take a right handed stance. Most blocks are on a 3 or a 5 technique. Left-side linemen would have a left- handed stance. The outside foot is back. Centers are about parallel. On a 3rd and long, the Tackles would take narrow base. Head and shoulders are kept up and back. Make a C in your back. Remember to keep your head out of the block! Hand Placement is vital. The hands should be slightly middle of chest and belly. Your thumbs should be up and palms should be close. Remember that INSIDE HANDS WIN! When punching the hands should move up and out.

21 LEFT SIDE PLAYER - POWER INSIDE MOVE KCKSLIDE A OUTSIDE MOVE

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25 IF OUTSIDE DEFENDER SQUAT – POWER KICKSLIDE HIM. IF OUTSIDE DEFENDER RUNS UP FIELD – KICK HIM OUT. IF OUTSIDE DEFENDER COMES INSIDE –PIN HIM TO INSIDE NEVER THROW YOURSELF AT MAN – YOU WILL PROBABLY ONLY MISS HIM AND THAT IS YOUR JOB TO PROTECT THE QUARTERBACK! DO BOOTLEG RIGHT WITH ALL SCENARIOS FOR 15 MINUTES THEN DO BOOTLEG LETT WITH ALL SCENARIOS FOR 15 MINUTES

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27 SWIM The rusher will grab a shoulder and pull, then attempt to bring his opposite arm over the blocker while bringing his off leg past the leg of the blocker to the side of the pull. COUNTER TO SWIM a. First of all, make punch so effective that the defender misses the grab. b. If he gets the grab, the blocker presses hard with the hand to the side of the grab. DONT ALLOW THAT HAND TO LOSE CONTACT WITH THE DEFENDER. Press with more force than the defender is pulling with. c. As the opposite arm swims over the blocker, the blocker places the hand to that side into the armpit of the swim arm and pushes hard. d. Keep the foot and body moving in the direction of the swim move so the lane to the QB is shut off.

28 RIP The rusher will rip his upper arm into the opposite arm pit area of the blocker, at the same time, bringing the opposite leg past the leg of the blocker. COUNTER TO RIP a. Clamp and trap the rip arm in the armpit. b. The blocker drops the center of gravity (with the rip arm trapped) to prevent the rusher from completing the rip. c. With the off hand, the blocker pushes on the hip of the rusher to widen him. d. Keep the feet and body moving in the direction of the rip to shut off the rush lane to the QB.

29 CLUB A move perfected by Howie Long of the Raiders, the rusher makes a quick move to one side of the blocker, trying to get him to lean in that direct. The rusher than comes back to the other side, at the same time hitting the opposite upper arm of the blocker with a hard horizontal, straight armed clubbing action with his arm. The intent is to push the blocker in the direction of the lean caused by the quick initial move, thereby opening up a rush lane to the QB.

30 COUNTER TO THE CLUB a. The key to countering this move is proper weight distribution and body mechanics. b. Keep the weight concentrated on the inside or post leg. c. Keep the nose over the crotch. Dont lean in the direction of the initial move. If the blocker leans, he will bail out and create a soft shoulder when he reacts to the change of direction by the rusher. The rusher wants the blocker to lean in the direction of his initial move. d. Be patient. Time the punch. Punching too early will cause a forward lean which is detrimental. e. After the punch, be strong with the arm being clubbed. If it gets knocked away, get it quickly back into the frame of the defender and apply pressure. f. Keep the body and feet moving to stay in front of the defender and shut off rush lanes to the QB.

31 HAND SLAP A hand slapper wants to knock the hands down and prevent the blocker from getting his hands on the defender. If can also distract the blocker from executing his other techniques. COUNTER TO HAND SLAP a. The first things to remember is that, if the defender is slapping, hes not grabbing. In other works, while hes involved in trying to knock the blockers hands away, hes not grabbing the blocker or getting his hands on the blocker in a meaningful way. So the key is for the blocker to not be distracted by the slap but to immediately after the slap, bring the hands back into position before the defender can do the same with his hands. The ability to do this is aided by the hands and arms being relaxed during the set and prior to contact. b. Once the hand position has been re-established, continue to go through with the basic pass protection techniques. c. A very effective technique is the fake jam. A hand slapper relies on making contact with the blocker, then getting into his pass rush move before the blocker can get his hands back in position. A fake jam is merely showing the hands to the rusher, then pulling them back. If the blocker slaps and misses, his timing is disrupted and he has to start over on his rush. The blocker fake jams, then punches into the body of the rusher after he has tried to slap and missed.

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33 MIRROR DRILL WORK PARTNERS WITH SOFTBALLS IN HANDS AND MIRROR DEFENDER FOR 10 MINUTES

34 PARTNER WORK WORK POWER RT – POWER LT KICKSLIDE RT – KICKSLIDE LT FOR 10 MINUTES. USE SOFTBALLS TO WORK HANDS OF OFFENSIVE MAN.

35 M - DRILL 10 MINUTES POWER LT…KICKSLIDE RT….POWER LT…..KICKSLIDE RT. AFTER DOING THIS REVERSE TO THE OTHER WAY.

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37 1. ALL OLS ARE IN PROPER PASS PRO STANCE. THEY ROLL SOFTBALLS BACK AND FORTH IN A STATIONARY POSITION 8 MIN. 2. ALL OLS ARE IN PROPER PASS PRO STANCE THEY ROLL SOFTBALLS BACK AND FORTH AND MOVE RT AND LT WITH SIX-INCH STEPS AND SLIDE 6 MIN. 3.ALL OLS ARE IN PROPER PASS PRO STANCE PUNCH MEDICINE BALLS BACK AND FORTH 6 MIN.

38 ALL OLS ARE IN PROPER PASS PRO STANCE AND PUNCH WITH MUSCLEDRIVERUSA.COM BANDS. EMPHASIZE PERFECT PASS PRO AND PUNCH!

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