Football Plays

Looking for new football plays? Here, you’ll discover a complete collection of football plays for offense, defense, and special teams. Whether you coach Pop Warner or Varsity High School, this section will have a ton of material you can add to your playbook.

“Come To Balance” Special Teams Drill

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There are many times during the kickoff coverage that the defender will actually go through the line, unscathed, with nobody to block him. Or, he’ll break through a block and find himself out in the open.  What do you do next? In this special teams drill, we cover this exact scenario!  The defender is going…

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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 ‘er…

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Special Teams Situations: The “Avoid Opposite” Drill

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In this special teams drill, the blocker is working on turning his shoulders and the coverage player is working on destroying the up field shoulder. One important thing to remember in kick off coverage is that the front line should never make contact with your kick off coverage people. So when you look at this…

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Special Teams Drill: Hard Hat Fit


Special teams is one of the most commonly ignored, yet vitally important development areas for a youth or high school football team. Coach Jimmy Johnson once stated that teams need to win 2 of 3 phases of the game in order to come out with a “W” – offense, defense, or special teams. In other…

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“Split Double Team” Kickoff Coverage Drill


In today’s video blog post, we are looking at a kickoff coverage drill called the “Split Double Team” Drill.   The Double Team is very important if you are going to face wedge teams, or if you have teams that are kicking out. * This station drill is also very useful in evaluating your players in…

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