Category Archives: Team Drills

In addition to practice time spent on individual skills and group work, it’s also essential to use team drills to simulate game-like scenarios and help your athletes become more comfortable with their teammates. Below are a collection of drills you can run with your entire offense, entire defense, or entire team.

20 Yard Cone Drill

Drill Type:  Agility Drill Purpose This drill gets your players used to distributing their weight in a good football position to change in directions, reaching for a target. Set Up Place 4 cones 5 yards apart, so you have a 20 yard stretch of field for the players to travel. Place a football on the…

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(SAMson) Blitz

Drill Type:  Blitz Drill Purpose Here we look to attack the strong side of the formation, with the Sam linebacker coming on a blitz to the ‘B’ gap while the rest of the defense players give a ‘Cover 1’ look. Execution Defensive Line: The defensive line will rush their regular gaps, trying to beat their…

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The Slalom Drill

Drill Type:  Agility Purpose This agility drill focuses on lateral change of direction shuffle. Setup Set up a series of cones in two straight rows about 5 feet apart, and your players will begin at one end of the cones.  You can set up any number of cones you prefer, based on your player level.…

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The “Figure 8” Circle Footwork Drill

figure eight footwork drill

The “Figure 8” Circle Footwork Drill The Figure 8 is something that you should incorporate into your practice plan every day. It is fantastic drill for quick footwork, that uses PVC pipes that are made into 2 circles, and your players will basically run in a figure 8 pattern around the PVC circle route that…

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Essential Conditioning Drills for Training The Feet

ESSENTIAL CONDITIONING DRILLS

There is never a substitute for great feet for a quarterback. In today’s video blog post, I am sharing some essential conditioning drills for training the feet to be quick and agile. Jump Rope Drills Put some duct tape or athletic tape down on the ground in the shape of a “+” plus sign, and…

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