If you are looking for more great football plays, I have got another killer play for you today! The “Weak I Left Bootleg Right”
Football Plays – The Strategy
Some QB’s are simply more comfortable outside of the pocket, especially when you get into the red zone. That’s why I prefer to call this play when I’m down inside the 20 yard line. One of the biggest advantages of the roll out in the red zone is that it forces a defender on the roll side to either leave their zone/man, or it leaves a huge running lane open to the QB.
LT: Slides inside, blocks man outside.
LG: Pulls weak side to block OB for QB’s rollout.
C: Double teams NT with RG.
RG: Double teams NT with C.
RT: Pass blocks man.
Backs & Receivers
TE: Runs a deep in route.
Y: Runs a post route.
Z: Runs a streak outside CB.
FB: Runs a flat route.
TB: Sells counter fake, protects on the back side.
QB: Sells TB handoff, bootlegs right and goes through progression.
- The FB is going to need to lay a block on the weak side OB before going out into the flat to give the LG time to get across the field.
- The QB wants to get outside to the corner, making his reads from the FB, up to the TE, and then to the two deep options.
- If the defense shows a heavy blitz presnap, audible out
Be sure to check out my previous article, Football Plays 101: How To Design A Killer Playbook, where I talk about designing and implementing effective football plays for your team, the challenges faced by even the most experienced coaches, important terminology, and provide some useful coaching tips, diagrams and sample plays to illustrate the most important points.
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