There are many common offensive line mistakes that all teams make. You see them in youth, freshman, JV, and high school football. But today, we are going to
Football has evolved into a hand contact game. It's all strength, and all upper body. Your feet take you to where your block needs to go, but you use your
Today's video segment discusses some essential run blocking techniques that you need to address with your players. From hand positioning to footwork, you'll gain many valuable tips to help
Today, we're going to focus on some techniques that are essential for your offensive line men. Drive Block Drill We're going to go back to a preset position and get in a
Today we're going to talk a little bit about our offensive players and simple stuff you can focus on while coaching football such as the stance, the proper foot position,
When you're coaching youth football, you need to spend time conditioning both your offensive and defensive players. Keeping this in mind, today we're going to talk about offensive line techniques and
Most offensive lineman have no problem with the straight up drive block - but adjusting to the defensive line's alignment, forcing them to pull out the reach block for example,
As an offensive lineman you need to be ready guard an arsenal of defensive moves; finesse, power, anything at all - they have to be ready. That's why in my practice plan
This drill is for the younger kids around 6 to 9 years of age. I do a drill for the offensive line called handlebars and hamburgers. It helps keep the kids interested and makes it fun for them.
My primary issue has been adding some excitement to the seemingly boring task of offensive blocking. Recently I achieved some moderate success taking the players through a modified version of the old plank drill.
We use this offfensive line progression drill a lot to make sure our team knows that offensive line play is very important to us as a team. Everyone understands the concept and can substitute when requiredâ€“even if they are a defensive player.
One idea that worked well for a young team (9yr olds) that I had coached was a simple drill to improve reps for the center QB exchange, QB RB handoff. We had some difficulties in our first games with these transitions, so I went back to a basic drill that I had used in the past and decided to spend 10 -15 minutes on every night of practice after water break following our quick drills.
One of the receiver drills I would like to share with you today is the Receiver Clock Drill. This drill helps you identify 'trouble time'--areas where a receiver has trouble catching the ball, to focus on for future practices.
I have a competition drill I use with my O-Line and D-Line. It works pass blocking and rushing the passer. The players are really into the competition, and it shows in our unit sessions of practice and on gameday.
This is one of the receiver drills the players and I enjoy doing often. This drill is a fantastic way to improve hand eye coordination and will improve reaction time. Receiver
This is an excellent football hand-off drill as well as a great pre-game warmup. Try it; you'll be pleased with the improvements. One Ball Handoff Drill Two Lines of players opposing each
While a lot of the time they may be the biggest, slowest players on the field, there is no denying the fact that foot quickness is a huge asset to