Category Archives: Offensive Plays

In this section, you’ll find a variety of simple, fun, and effective offensive football plays and strategies for youth and high school teams.

Football Play: Singleback Trips Right Blast Option

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If you’ve got a QB with good legs and solid decision making, this football play can be absolutely deadly. You can run it in almost any situation, but it’s most effective with lots of field to work with on the weak side.So wait until you’ve got the ball on one the hash marks, and let…

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Ultimate Football Plays: Jumbo Right 26 Power

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If you are looking for more great football plays, I have got another killer I Form Running Play for you today! Football Plays – The Strategy Football is a game of inches, and sometimes, that’s all you need – a couple of inches. Here’s a no-nonsense, powerblocking run, great for 3rd or 4th and inches,…

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Ultimate Football Plays: I Right Blast Triple Option

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If you are looking for great football plays, I have got a killer I Form Running Play for you today! Football Plays – The Strategy If you’ve got a FB who can run a good Belly, this play will be very difficult for the defense to stop. Forced to focus on inside containment because of…

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Video: Why Defenses Hate Option Football

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The above video proves one thing: Defenses hate option football plays. When you have option offense football plays in your package and your team runs seven or eight options a game, you’ll be termed an “option team,” and you’re right away forcing defenses to be assignment-conscious instead of only being pursuit-conscious. The thing we like…

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Developing an Offensive Play Philosophy Video

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Today, we’re going to talk about the pyramid philosophy, which will help you prioritize your football plays—and realize how much time you should be spending on them. The foundation of the pyramid needs to be what you, the coach, are going to do, what you’re going to be about, and what other teams are going…

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