Course 4: Front Six: Alignments, Movements, & Blitzes

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    This is SECTION 2 of the Complete, 300-page playbook

    EASILY go from 4-4 to a 4-2-5 to a 3-4 Defense !

    Matches up with the READ & REACT videos on CoachTube.

    DISCLAIMER:  This is not a downloadable product.

    The BASE defense has headup D-Line in 6-4-0-4 techniques.  The two D-Tackles step weak as soon as ball is snapped, so this defense starts off in a 3-4 alignment but becomes a traditional 4-man front as soon as ball is snapped.

    EASILY go from 4-4 to a 4-2-5 to a 3-4 Defense !

    Matchup Cover 2, 3, and 4 using pattern reading and robber concepts.  Violent re-routes of the #2 receiver.

    HEAD UP ALIGNMENTS

    The READ & REACT Multiple Front Defense has a 0-tech NG and a 4-tech DT who slants weak, putting them in the same position as traditional 1 and 3-techniques once the ball is snapped.  The philosophy is that head up defenders create more confusion for the blockers since they can slant into either gap.  The 0-tech alignment makes for an easy transition from 4 man to 3 man front.  The uncovered guards give very clean run/pass reads to the defense.

    DIVORCED FRONT and SPLIT FIELD

    The “Front 6” consists of four DL and two ILB who align to a run strength.  The “Back 5” align to the multiple receiver side.  This separation of the run and passing strengths is referred to as a “DIVORCED FRONT”, which allows the defense to have multiple looks while remaining simple to learn (multiplicity with simplicity).  Formation recognition is also easy to learn by splitting every formation in half, effectively reducing every offensive formation to 6 alignments.

     

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    52 pages!