Peel Drill

Drill Type: Linebacker Drill Purpose: It’s rare that your linebackers will ever have a straight lane to the ballcarrier – they will usually have to shed at least one, and maybe two or three blocks before they can make the tackle.  And that’s just what you’ll be challenging the linebacker to do in this drill.…

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Open Field Tackling

Drill Type: Team Drill Purpose: In this tackling drill drill, we’re going to recreate an open field situation and focus on tackling. Set Up: Place your players ten yards apart. Execution: With the bag (or cones) separating them, the offensive player will sprint forward and break to either the left or the right at the…

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“Ready, Set, Hut” Team Drill

Drill Type: Team Drill Purpose: This team drill will help players to get in the proper stance pre-snap. It will also help them explode on the snap of the ball. Set Up: Players get in lines across the field. Each player needs to be able to have the space to explode forward. (The quarterbacks will…

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Simon Shows

Drill Type: Team Reaction Drill Purpose: Much of football is seeing and reacting as the play develops. This drill will help players learn to read and react.  This is similar to the children’s game “Simon Says” except you show the players how to move with a football. Set Up: Players stand facing the coach. They…

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Score Tackling Drill

Drill Type:  Linebacker Drill Purpose This drill isolates the linebacker and puts him in a position where they have to make a read and wrap up the ball carrier one on one. Set Up Set up 4 bags (or lines of cones) and set up a player on one side with the ball, and another…

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