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AIR FORCE FOOTBALL. ROBBER COVERAGE WHY PATTERN READ Create nine-man fronts to defend running game.Create nine-man fronts to defend running game.

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1 AIR FORCE FOOTBALL

2 ROBBER COVERAGE

3 WHY PATTERN READ Create nine-man fronts to defend running game.Create nine-man fronts to defend running game.

4 WHY PATTERN READ Create nine-man fronts to defend running game.Create nine-man fronts to defend running game. Create a three-over-two coverage scheme versus multiple stand ups.Create a three-over-two coverage scheme versus multiple stand ups.

5 WHY PATTERN READ Create nine-man fronts to defend running game.Create nine-man fronts to defend running game. Create a three-over-two coverage scheme versus multiple stand ups.Create a three-over-two coverage scheme versus multiple stand ups. Gets Secondary involved in underneath pattern read coverage.Gets Secondary involved in underneath pattern read coverage.

6 WHY PATTERN READ Create nine-man fronts to defend running game.Create nine-man fronts to defend running game. Create a three-over-two coverage scheme versus multiple stand ups.Create a three-over-two coverage scheme versus multiple stand ups. Gets Secondary involved in underneath pattern read coverage.Gets Secondary involved in underneath pattern read coverage. Best coverage answer to routes which offensives use most often to attack three deep zone and zone blitzes.Best coverage answer to routes which offensives use most often to attack three deep zone and zone blitzes.

7 WHY PATTERN READ Create nine-man fronts to defend running game.Create nine-man fronts to defend running game. Create a three-over-two coverage scheme versus multiple stand ups.Create a three-over-two coverage scheme versus multiple stand ups. Gets Secondary involved in underneath pattern read coverage.Gets Secondary involved in underneath pattern read coverage. Best coverage answer to routes which offensives use most often to attack three deep zone and zone blitzes.Best coverage answer to routes which offensives use most often to attack three deep zone and zone blitzes. Simple adjustment to offensive personnel and multiple sets.Simple adjustment to offensive personnel and multiple sets.

8 _ _ _ _ _ _ OUR DEFENSIVE STRUCTURE

9 EEN _ _ _ _ _ _

10 EEN LM _ _ _ R _ _ _

11 EEN LM F F _ _ _ R _ _ _

12 E C FS C EN LM F F _ _ _ R _ _ _ OUR DEFENSIVE STRUCTURE

13 FS ROBBER TECHNIQUE FLAT-FOOT READ WHEN #2 IS A TIGHT END 9

14 ROBBER TECHNIQUE #2 RELEASES OUTSIDE TO FLAT FS

15 ROBBER TECHNIQUE WORK LATERAL WITH THE WIDTH OF #2 FS

16 ROBBER TECHNIQUE READ RELEASE AND ROUTE OF THE #1 RECEIVER FS

17 ROBBER TECHNIQUE FS IF #1 MAKES INSIDE BREAK – DRIVE AND CUT THROWING LANE

18 ROBBER TECHNIQUE IF #1 MAKES INSIDE BREAK – DRIVE AND CUT THROWING LANE FS

19 ROBBER TECHNIQUE IF #1 SHOWS NO INTENTION TO BREAK OFF RELEASE – BE PREPARED TO ROLL UPFIELD FS

20 ROBBER TECHNIQUE PLAY UNDER POST CUT DEFENDING THROWING LANE FS

21 ROBBER TECHNIQUE TIGHT END RELEASES INSIDE TO THE BALL FS

22 ROBBER TECHNIQUE OPEN TO #1 GAINING DEPTH AND WIDTH FS

23 ROBBER TECHNIQUE ROLL WITH THE POST CUT DEFENDING THROWING LANE FS

24 ROBBER TECHNIQUE DRIVE AND CUT DIG ROUTE FS

25 ROBBER TECHNIQUE TIGHT END RELEASES VERTICALLY FS

26 ROBBER TECHNIQUE DRIVE ON FIRST BREAK THROUGH DEEP SHOULDER LB FS

27 ROBBER TECHNIQUE DRIVE ON FIRST BREAK THROUGH DEEP SHOULDER LB FS

28 ROBBER TECHNIQUE DRIVE TO DEEP SHOULDER ON POST CUT FS

29 ROBBER TECHNIQUE DRIVE TO DEEP SHOULDER ON CORNER ROUTE FS

30 BUZZ TECHNIQUE

31 F SINGLE WIDTH ALIGNMENT 5 3 **FLAT-FOOTREAD**FLAT-FOOTREAD

32 F BUZZ TECHNIQUE BUZZ - FLAT

33 F BUZZ TECHNIQUE IDENTIFY A FLAT RECEIVER -- QUICK SET CLUES A SLANT/HITCH -- USE SPLIT TENDANCIES

34 F BUZZ TECHNIQUE IF NO IDENTIFIED FLAT THREAT -- SETTLE BACK UNDER #1 -- ZONE QB’s EYES SETTLE

35 F BUZZ TECHNIQUE IF FLAT BY#2 – MATCH FLAT AND CARRY WHEEL

36 F BUZZ TECHNIQUE TWO STAND UP ALIGNMENT 7 2 **FLAT-FOOTREAD**FLAT-FOOTREAD

37 F BUZZ TECHNIQUE VERSUS QUICK GAME – BREAK EARLY AND CUT #1

38 F BUZZ TECHNIQUE SETTLE IF NO IDENTIFIED FLAT THREAT -- SETTLE BACK UNDER #1 -- ZONE QB’s EYES

39 F BUZZ TECHNIQUE IF #2 QUICK TO FLAT – MATCH FLAT AND CARRY WHEEL

40 3-2 PLAYER TECHNIQUE

41 3-2 PLAYER PATTERN READ OFF #3 TO #2 RECEIVER EEN LB

42 3-2 PLAYER DROP OVER #3 AS YOU READ HIS ROUTE -- NO RECEIVER THREAT – DRIVE ON #3 EEN LB

43 3-2 PLAYER DROP OVER #3 AS YOU READ HIS ROUTE – IF THREAT BY #2 – WALL OFF AND ROLL EEN LB F

44 3-2 PLAYER MUST CARRY #3 VERTICAL EEN LB

45 2 PLAYER TECHNIQUE

46 READ RELEASE OF #2 AS WORKING FOR WIDTH AND DEPTH 2 PLAYER EEN LM F R

47 CUT SLANT BY #2 2 PLAYER EEN LM F R

48 CUT SLANT BY #2 2 PLAYER EEN LM F F R

49 CARRY #2 VERTICAL – LOOK FOR BREAK INSIDE BY #2 OR BY #1 2 PLAYER EEN LM F F R

50 IF DIG BY #1 -- COME OFF #2 VERTICALLY 2 PLAYER EEN LM F F R

51 ROLL WITH DIG BY #2 2 PLAYER EEN LM F F R

52 STRONG CORNER PLAY

53 C 7 CORNER PLAY VERSUS NORMAL WIDE RECEIVER SPLIT _ _ _ _ _ _ 40

54 C 7 CORNER PLAY VERSUS WIDE SPLIT BY WIDE RECEIVER _ _ _ _ _ _ 40 1

55 C 7 CORNER PLAY VERSUS TIGHT SPLIT BY WIDE RECEIVER _ _ _ _ _ _ 40 2

56 C CORNER PLAY PLAY AN INSIDE THIRD – MAN ALL THREATENING RELEASES – POST PROTECT

57 C CORNER PLAY BREAK UP ON ALL NORMAL BREAKING ROUTES

58 C CORNER PLAY BREAK UP ON ALL NORMAL BREAKING ROUTES

59 C CORNER PLAY TURN AND DRIVE ON DEEP SHOULDER OF RECEIVER ON POST

60 C CORNER PLAY CLOSE AND PLAY CHASE ON DIG

61 C CORNER PLAY TURN AND GAIN HIP POSITION ON FADE

62 CORNER PLAY VERSUS MULTIPLE STANDS UPS – NORMAL SPLIT C 7 _ _ _ _ _ _ 40

63 CORNER PLAY VERSUS MULTIPLE STANDS UPS – WIDE SPLIT C 7 3 _ _ _ _ _ _ 40

64 END


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