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					    ST. MARYS AREA
        DUTCH FOOTBALL



Understanding our base WING T OFFENSE
         What is a WING T OFFENSE ?


  RUNNING PLAYS      +    PASSING PLAYS



Power plays                Play Action Passes


Speed plays                Dropback Passes


Misdirection plays         Delay Passes
We will discuss each play later…



Let’s give a name to each of the
    offensive positions first!
            OFFENSIVE LINEMEN


                               RED are LINEMEN
                               consisting of a CENTER,
T   G   C   G   T              2 GUARDS, & 2 TACKELS

                         OFFENSIVE LINEMEN…

                         must be set and on the
                         LOS - Line of Scrimmage at
                         the snap of the ball.

                         Are INELIGIBLE receivers and
                         cannot be past the LOS on
                         passing plays
                         RECEIVERS


                                          BLUE are RECEIVERS
                                          consisting of a TIGHT
                                          END and a SPLIT END
TE   T   G   C   G   T       SE


                                     RECEIVERS…

                                     must be set and on the
                                     LOS - Line of Scrimmage at
                                     the snap of the ball.

                                     Are ELIGIBLE receivers
                           OFFENSIVE BACKS


                                              GREEN are BACKS
                                              consisting of a QB,
                                              a Fullback, a Halfback
     TE   T   G   C    G    T     SE          and a Wingback
                  QB
WB
                                       BACKS…

                                       must be set at
                  FB        HB
                                       the snap of the ball.

                                       Are ELIGIBLE receivers
                     SPACING between POSITIONS



                3”       2”       2”        2”          2”        8-15 yds
           TE        T        G        C         G           T               SE
1x1
      WB                               QB




                                       FB        4yds        HB
Now that we know the names of the positions
                    and
      the spacing between the players

       Let’s talk about play calling !
                  EVERY PLAY BEGINS WITH A

              1. LEO (left) or ROGER (right) CALL
                      this designates where the Split End will go.




SE        T   G   C   G     T    TE               = Leo (Split goes left)


     TE   T   G   C   G     T            SE        = Roger (split goes right)



                  The TIGHT END will line up opposite the Split
       NEXT ----EVERY PLAY HAS A



     1. LEO (left) or ROGER (right) CALL
2. NUMBER that determines how the RB line up

            That will take some explaining!
BACKFIELD ALIGNMENT

                     Let’s now explain how we number our
                     formations. Imagine a two TE alignment
                     that looks like this…



        1    2   3   4   5    6    7

        TE                         TE




                     The first thing we do is number each man –
                     left to right (just like you read a book)
1 FORMATION

    If the WB is on the LEFT next to the #1 man - the FORMATION is 1




              1    2   3     4    5   6     7



                             QB
         WB




                             FB        HB
7 FORMATION

   If the WB is on the RIGHT next to the #7 man - the FORMATION is 7.

           Pretty simple so far. Remember that in 1 & 7 the HB
                     always lines up opposite the WB.

               1    2    3    4    5   6    7



                              QB                WB




                    HB        FB
2 FORMATION

  By moving the HB over to the same side of the WB behind the #2 man
          we have changed the backfield into a 2 Formation.



                 1   2    3   4     5   6   7



                              QB
           WB




                     HB        FB
6 FORMATION
                Just the opposite for the 6 Formation …..

  By moving the HB over to the same side of the WB behind the #6 man
          we have changed the backfield into a 6 Formation.



                 1   2   3     4    5    6     7



                               QB                  WB




                               FB         HB




        Remember that in 2 & 6 the HB & WB are on the same side.
17 FORMATION

            The last formation is the 17 FORMATION …

     Very simply we are placing both RB’s in the WB position.



             1   2    3    4     5   6    7



                            QB
       HB                                      WB




                            FB
to Review...
          1 Formation                               7 Formation
                                and its opposite




      W                                                                   W

                   F        H                       H        F




              2 Formation                               6 Formation
                                 and its opposite




  W                                                                           W

          H        F                                             F    H
and lastly...


                         17 Formation


                  W                         H

                               F




                Both RB’s line up in the WB position
Some examples of what we have
learned already...

                                   This is a ROGER 1
     TE                       SE
                                   because the SE is to the
WB             QB                  Right and the WB is
                                   opposite the HB next to
                                   the #1 man.
               FB   HB




SE                       TE
                                    This is a LEO 2
     WB        QB                   because the SE is to the
                                    Left and the WB is on
                                    the same side as the HB
          HB   FB                   next to the #2 man.
QUESTIONS ?
       NEXT ----EVERY PLAY HAS A



    1. LEO (left) or ROGER (right) CALL
2. NUMBER -designates alignment of the backs
                 3. NAME


    Let’s go back to an earlier slide
         What is a WING T OFFENSE ?


  RUNNING PLAYS      +    PASSING PLAYS



Power plays                Play Action Passes


Speed plays                Dropback Passes


Misdirection plays         Delay Passes


  Let’s Look at the RUNNING PLAYS FIRST
                       RUNNING PLAYS



Power plays              Speed plays                Misdirection plays


       At this level we have a name for each of plays in the group



POWER                       JET                           QUICK
  &                          &                              &
BELLY                      SWEEP                         COUNTER
Let’s see if we can put it all together and diagram a play?


               LEO 7 POWER RIGHT


   Leo put the SE here                lineman   and the TE here

           0                 0 0 0 0 0 0
                                 0       0
                                                      7 put he WB here


                             0             0
                 Remaining backs go here
    LEO 7 POWER RIGHT

                               BACKFIELD RULES

                     HB = Ball Carrier
                     FB = kicks outs the first man past TE
                     WB= influence block
                     QB= hands off to HB
                     SE = downfield blocking


S            T


                 W
                                BLOCKING RULES

                     Playside Rule - block the 1st man inside
    H   F
                     Backside Rule – Guard will pull & lead
                     and the OT will fill his hole.
        LEO 7 BELLY LEFT

                                   BACKFIELD RULES

                         HB = Wham blocks on LB
                         FB = ball carrier
                         WB= motion to the play
                         QB= reverse pivots & hands off
                         SE = downfield blocking


S                T                 BLOCKING RULES

                     W   Playside Rule - Crossblock between
                         guard & tackle.
    H     F
                         Backside Rule – seal playside and
                         downfield blocking
           CONFUSED YET?

 READ the FOLLOWING STATEMENT

In our offense we try to attack a certain hole
by having all the linemen block down in the
same direction, and then kicking out the
defender remaining in the hole with another
blocker. - - - “BLOCK DOWN – KICK OUT !!!”


         REMEMBER THIS !!!
                RUNNING PLAYS



  Power plays   Speed plays     Misdirection plays




   POWER             JET             QUICK
     &                &                &
   BELLY            SWEEP           COUNTER

Let’s look at the
Speed plays
        LEO 7 SWEEP RIGHT

                                  BACKFIELD RULES

                        HB = Ball Carrier
                        FB = Quick fake
                        WB= downblock
                        QB= hands off to HB
                        SE = downfield blocking


S               T
                                  BLOCKING RULES
                    W
                        Playside Rule - playside Guard pull and
                        kicks out 1st man outside the
    H     F             block of the WB. Everyone else blocks
                        the first man to your inside

                        Backside Rule – Guard will pull & lead
                        and the OT will fill his hole.
        LEO 7 JET LEFT

                                   BACKFIELD RULES

                         HB = reach blocks man outside of OT
                         FB = dive fake
                         WB= motion and receive handoff
                         QB= reverse out hand off and carry out
                         fake
                         SE = downfield blocking

S                T
                                   BLOCKING RULES
                     W
                         Playside Rule - playside Guard pull and
                         kicks out 1st man outside the
    H     F              block of the WB. Everyone else blocks
                         the first man to your inside

                         Backside Rule – Guard will pull & lead
                         and the OT will fill his hole.
            WAIT A MINUTE !
We don't block down & kick out on JET?

    READ the FOLLOWING STATEMENT

   You are correct !!! In our offense JET is the
only play that we reach block instead of blocking
down. It is our only play designed to get outside.



          REMEMBER THIS TOO !!!
                 RUNNING PLAYS



  Power plays     Speed plays    Misdirection plays


   POWER            JET              QUICK
     &               &                 &
   BELLY           SWEEP            COUNTER



Now - Let’s look at the
Misdirection plays
            RULES for MISDIRECTION

        READ the FOLLOWING STATEMENT


Each of the misdirection plays requires the offense to
 identify the HOLEMAN (the man to be trapped).
   Once the holeman is identified only the pulling
            lineman can trap that man.


        REMEMBER THIS AS WELL !!!
        LEO 7 QUICK LEFT

                                   BACKFIELD RULES

                         HB = Sweep fake
                         FB = Ball carrier
                         WB= downfield
                         QB= hands off to FB, sweep fake
                         SE = downfield blocking


S                T
                                    BLOCKING RULES
                     W
                         Playside Rule - playside Guard pulls
                         and traps the 1st man past the
    H     F              Center (HOLEMAN). Everyone else
                         blocks the first man to your inside

                         Backside Rule – Block first man inside
                         And not the holeman
        LEO 7 COUNTER RIGHT

                                  BACKFIELD RULES

                        HB = Ball carrier
                        FB = Belly fake
                        WB= motion
                        QB= fake belly, give ball to HB
                        SE = downfield blocking


S               T
                                   BLOCKING RULES
                    W
                        Playside Rule - Identify the 1st man past
                        the Center (HOLEMAN). Blocks the first
    H     F             man to your inside and not the
                        holeman

                        Backside Rule – Backside Tackle pull
                        and traps the first man outside the
                        Center
Is that all?
      READ the FOLLOWING STATEMENT

These are the BASE WING T PLAYS. There are only
 six. You must learn them and understand them
       before you can add to your offense.

       AND REMEMBER THIS TOO…


  A good offense is determined not by how many
    plays you have but how well you run them
          DID YOU NOTICE….


    That BELLY & COUNTER look alike…
    And QUICK and SWEEP look alike…

THEY ARE PART OF A SERIES OF PLAYS THAT
      ARE DESIGNED TO LOOK ALIKE.



 Now let’s Look at the PASSING PLAYS
                 PASSING PLAYS


                  Play Action Passes

                  Dropback Passes

                     Delay Passes


We have three different types of passes in our base offense.
             Let’s look at play action first.
PLAY ACTION PASSING


Play Action Passes are designed to fool the defense by
making it look like we are running the ball.



There are two play action passes we use in our offense

                 BELLY PASS
                WAGGLE PASS
    PLAY ACTION PASSING


LEO 7 BELLY LEFT PASS
                                              BACKFIELD RULES

                                  HB = pass route to FLAT
                                  FB = fake Belly run
                                  WB= motion and block last man on line
                                  QB= fake Belly, rolls out to pass
                                  SE = post corner route
                                  TE = backside Drag

S                         T

                              W

                                            BLOCKING RULES
             H       F
                                  All interior lineman block the hole away
                                        from the direction of the play.
    PLAY ACTION PASSING


LEO 7 WAGGLE LEFT PASS
                                              BACKFIELD RULES

                                  HB = Sweep fake
                                  FB = Quick fake
                                  WB= deep post route
                                  QB= Quick Sweep fake, stand tall
                                        8 yards behind OT
                                  SE = post corner route
                                  TE = backside Drag
S                         T

                              W

                                            BLOCKING RULES
             H       F
                                  All interior lineman block the hole away
                                        from the direction of the play.
                 PASSING PLAYS


                  Play Action Passes

               Dropback Passes
                     Delay Passes

Drop back passing does not attempt to fool the defense. To
  understand this we have to explain something called a
                   Passing Tree
     DROP BACK PASSING                        0 Pattern – (Fade)
                                                                      9 Pattern– (Flag)
                 8 Pattern – (Post)
15
             -            -
             -            -
             -            -
                  6 Pattern – (Hook)
                          -                                          7 Pattern – (Curl)
             -
10
             -             -                                       5 Pattern – (Deep Out)
             -             -
             -             -
             -             -
             -             -                               3 Pattern – (Short Out)
5            -             -
                                   4 Pattern – (Slant)

             -             -                               1 Pattern – (Bail)
             -             -   2 Pattern – (Hitch)

                                  EVEN                                 ODD
     DROP BACK PASSING

           By using a PASSING TREE we can call
         Combination routes with 2 or more receivers.
15
10

5


                                               6 pattern

                                   5 pattern



                 EXAMPLE- Roger 7 – 56 Pass Right
              PASSING PLAYS


               Play Action Passes

               Dropback Passes

               Delay Passes

Lastly there is Delayed passing. At this level it
  consists of just one play = Sideline Screen
   DELAY PASSING


ROGER 7 SCREEN LEFT
                                          BACKFIELD RULES

                               HB = attack DE , release, receive ball
                               FB = pass blocking
                               WB= deep post route
                               QB= dropback and deliver ball to HB
                               SE = deep post route
                               TE = post corner route

    T                      S
                       W

                                          BLOCKING RULES
         H         F
                               Interior lineman on the playside will pass
                               block for a two count and release to the
                                                 flat.
Is that all?
Do you remember this statement?



A good offense is determined not by how many
  plays you have but how well you run them
   You now have a basic
understanding of our offense.


     One Final Thought
 Although understanding the X’s & O’s of football
is important we feel that success lies in execution,
        hustle, attitude, toughness, unity,
           discipline, & unselfishness.




These are the qualities that are the
  building blocks of our program

				
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