In today's video blog post, we are talking about the "Cup-It Drill", which is a great football drill for incorporating “team-ness”. This is a great team tackling drill, and
This defensive back drill is very helpful with teaching defensive backs to read the quarterback, get their eyes inside, read the front shoulder and transition their feet. It also helps
Today, we're focusing on football drills ideal for helping your defensive backs improve and become more skilled. Three Weave Drill Working against a receiver, we're going to work on the weave in
The following drills are fantastic for working with your defensive backs during football practice. Baseball Turn Technique Drill This is a turn designed to obviously maximize our speed and protect the deep
Today, we're going to give you the fundamental core drills and techniques of defensive back field play that you can focus on during football practice. Football Practice: Explaining Defensive Stance and
As a defensive back, your job is split into two parts. First, you have to shadow your assignment, attempting to discourage the quarterback from making a throw in your direction.
Heart and desire is a huge aspect of Football. In a game where every inch is absolutely vital, teaching players to give it everything they have out on the field, all
This is one of the defensive football drills that I like to run for pursuit angles.
Looking to improve your players skills with some fresh new drills? Here are two drills to add to your list that your players will love and hone their skills
This drill has been one of the best for teaching my backfield and LB kids to learn to hit as opposed to get hit. It is also very good for proper tackling and positioning. Even though I use this drill with my younger players, 8-9 year olds it works well for all ages.
When defending the deep ball, there are three basic ways you can defend the ball, ranging from the zone turn to the classic bat down. Learning each of these techniques will
Once your players have the proper stance and backpedal down pat, it's time to introduce them to some more advanced defensive back techniques. Namely the weave, the drive, and the open