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Using the Play-action Pass Rick Wimmer Head Football Coach Fishers HS 317-915-4290 x 27143 firstname.lastname@example.org
Fishers HS Football Staff Offensive Staff Michael Kelly – OL Adam Stevenson – Head JV / RBs Scott Rhodes – QBs Matt Leber – TEs Ryan Wimmer - WRs Donovan Pitts – Offensive Asst. Defensive Staff John Jud – DC / DEs Patrick Schooley – STC / LBs Tony Farrell – DBs Matt Leber – DTs Jayvis Mason – Asst. DBs John Brooks – Asst. HC / Video Freshmen Staff Curt Trout – HC Jeff Harkin – Line Brad Kroft – Receivers / DBs Chuck Shroyer – Offensive Asst.
Creating an Effective Play-Action Passing Game Throw off best run actions. Must work w/ OL to sell the run w/ low, aggressive sets. Consider who is being affected by run action when designing routes to be used w/ specific run actions. Route depth and progression must coincide w/ run action and depth of drop. Understand what protections are gambles and have a plan. Type of ball fake must coincide w/ timing of the route, who you are trying to affect, and handoff technique.
Play-action QB Fundamentals Use hands, eyes, and feet to create flow of defenders. Use same mechanics as corresponding running play. Get contact w/ RB. Set-up keeps + play-action passes w/ good fake after handoff. Types of fakes: - Empty hand fake (7-step drops and protected boots) - 2-hand ball fake (5-step drops) - 2-hand flash fake (3-step drops) - 1-hand ball fake (Nakeds / increasingly using w/ other drops)
Play-Action Concepts Nakeds/Blocks - Run-action Protections - Misdirection - Outside pocket Boots/Waggles - Protected Mis-direction - Outside pocket 100s - Run-action Protection - Pocket Protection Fire - Slide Protection - 5 or 7 step drop - Can incorporate Max calls Sparks - Quick Slide Protection - 3 step drop 200s - Slide Protection - Lead Draw Fake