In today's video blog post, we are talking about a quarterback drill that is essential for quarterback throwing mechanics. It is called the “Pull Down” or “Over The Fence” drill.
In today's blog post, we are talking about the pre-snap/post-snap coverage read for the quarterback, and ways you can help your quarterbacks and receivers both pre-snap and post-snap the coverage
Three-Step & Five-Step Drop Quarterback Drills In today's video blog post, we are highlighting Three-Step & Five-Step Drop Quarterback Drills. Drop Quarterback drills are excellent because your quarterback can work
When running a football practice, it's important to make sure that every player knows his role and his responsibilities. During this blog post, we're going to talk about some of
During your time coaching football, you're going to end up spending a good amount of time with your quarterbacks. Today, we're going to get into the fundamentals of our 3-step,
Try these two quarterback drills with your teams. The first one, the Waggle Drill, is to get the QB used to snapping head around quick after sweep fake to read the block of the pulling guard(s). The second drill, the Number drill, helps the quarterback spot his receivers quickly.
I had racked my brain to get my backs to lead block out of the backfield and "go full speed" off the snap. Most plays at this level, I have learned, are sweeps and/or misdirection sweeps and the fastest kids around the end win. My resolves - A drill just for QB and Running Backs.
Give these two drills a try at your next practice. The Footwork and Balance drill is excellent for your running backs, wide receivers and defensive backs. The Quarterback/Receiver Timing Drill is great for timing pattern fun also.
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 first things you’ll want to your quarterbacks when it comes to reading coverage, is understanding rooflines. At the lower levels especially, when teams haven’t yet begun to stem
While not every player has the potential arm strength to throw the ball 60-70 yards, any player can put these simple drills to work and see fantastic gains in arm
All the greats, from Tom Brady to Dan Marino, varied greatly in everything from their favourite spots on the field to throw to their throwing pattern. But there are three fundamental