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“Air-Raid” Offense 2004 Cover
Installation 1. Formation (Pro, Doubles) / (Under, Gun) a. Run Play “B”- Gap Wrap ** Bob (Under, Gun, Motion, Check) ** F/Bob from Doubles (short motion) ** 1/Bob (To Counter 3 tech) ** Bob/C (To Counter 3 tech) Bob Pass “Carolina” is base (can tag) ** Y as primary 2. Formation (Heavy, Wing) ** Bob 6/7 ** Bob 6/7 Pass (Panther action in backfield) PSTE on corner, PSRB/Wing on slip, BSTE drag 4.Formation (Doubles) / (Under, Gun) a.Fly 6/7 and 8/9 (with PS/BS Bob action) “Zone” Scheme ** Fly Pass (Post/Wheel/Sit) Note: Second number indicates direction of Bob action. Exp: Fly 67. First number indicates direction of Fly, and second number indicates direction of Bob fake.
Victor Vertical concept – Note adjustments to coverage Tags = R-Seam, F,R-Angle, R-Choice, R-Choice, R-Slip, X-Post, Z-Post, F-Corner, Y-Corner QB will take best match-up. Tag post to F or Y versus a cover #2 look. Versus c#3, look safety off and throw opposite to inside receiver. ** Versus C #3, adjust outside receiver to A hitch route at 7 yards
Hotel Quick hitch to outside or inside receiver Tags = Go, or B for inside receiver *QB read is softest CB. May make a directional call such as: Hotel 8 In normal down and distance, the QB may check to this automatically
Yankee Y-Stick concept with two possible reads Pressures defender over # 2 receiver and stretches the box defenders QB read is defender over # 2. Read may change to MLB. If read is MLB, throw opposite his reaction to the stick route, or backside slant When F or Y is on one-step slant, they must beat defender inside and sit!! May be called to either side
Whiskey Quick wheel route. Great man beater QB may check to this versus press man coverage QB read is X-F combo or Y-Z combo May make directional call
Oscar Quick out to inside receiver. Part of our curl/flat package Speed out at 4-5 yards. Route must bend back toward LOS. QB must be aware of flat defender. If it is a “squat” CB, throw the fade in the hole. Or, comeback to slant/sit route in the middle Directional call will be made
Bravo Slant/bubble concept. Great man beater Similar to Whiskey, but ball is to be thrown behind the LOS to bubble route If defender over # 2 attacks the bubble, throw slant in window created “Cut” call will tell # 1 to block man on and that we will be throwing the bubble. good call versus an uncovered # 2 or a soft zone QB read is X-F or Z-Y Directional call will be made
Alpha Slant / out concept QB read is defender over # 2. If he sits, throw the out. If he flies to flats, throw the slant All slants are either “slant/sit” or “slant/return”
Delta Complimentary play to Yankee. Y should stutter step at 5 yards then burst to corner
Tornado Double Pass
3 – Step Passing Half – Field Combos 1.Pittsburgh 2.Frisco 3.Indy Full – Field Combos 1.Cleveland 2.Miami 3.Carolina 4.Washington 5.St. Louis
Pittsburgh Tag R on Seam versus C # 2 Tag R on Seam route versus c # 2 as a change up From Trips Tag F on Seam route
Indy Great versus c # 2 – puts a bind on MLB and deep safety Directional call will be made Note: Can tag Cleveland with Z-post and get the same thing. May exclude this play and note it as a tag.
Washington Run from trips left with Z on the post / sit route
St. Louis ** Great versus c # 2
Pass Pro. Cont.
Desert “Quick” call will change action from a pass “look” to a quick handoff to R. OL will drive and not pass set.
Fly / Rat / Zoom
“Tech” Formation Using “Tech” formation to run the sweeper series is a “mini-package.” Fly is the primary run with R on the counter (Desert scheme), Z on the reverse, and Post/Wheel on the play-action pass. We will also add a “Kick” play. Plays will be called as follows: 1. Fly 6/7, 2. Fly 6/7 Counter, 3. Fly 6/7 Reverse, 4. Fly 6/7 Pass.
Fly 6 / 7 “Reverse”
Fly 6 / 7 “Counter”
Fly 6 / 7 “Pass”
Offensive Line Splits
“Wrap” Scheme PST will always kick out the EMLOS. He will either drive block, or pass set and draw the EMLOS up-field and then kick him out. PST must get movement and anchor the edge. The PSG will down block any shade or 2i tech. he will reach step according to alignment of a 2 or 3 tech. PSG MUST be able to reach a 2 tech. We can provide help with a 3 tech. Center will always block back for the BSG, UNLESS he is covered by a Nose in a 32 look. This should be a very aggressive block to stop any penetration of the defender over the BSG. BST will reach step play-side and hinge back.
Reading the “Wrap” Play Both the R-back and BSG should read the PSG block in the following manner. “If the PSG is OUT/IN, I’m OUT/IN”