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Looks Identical to Double Pull Power.
Provides 7 or 8 man protection with blitz protection built in.
The Tex-Bone is triple option for the 21st century
Combines traditional option with modern spread into a Texas-sized offense that leaves defenses scrambling to cover it all
We will explain pre-snap blitz identification and how 7 man protection can become 8 man using TE/Wing.
Can also be an EMPTY Pass Protection.
FOUR & FIVE RECEIVER PATTERNS
Shows how to get the Wings out on pass routes to get 5-WR patterns.
--> Inside Seams.
--> Get 5 receivers into routes using EMPTY sets (5-Verts, In-Out Routes).
Establishing an immediate vertical pass threat is key when you run play action passes. Here we will help you figure out what you are looking for as you coach your quarterbacks to make the right read in the play action pass game.
SINGLE RECEIVER ISOLATIONS
--> Go, Post, Post-Corner.
1. Why the TEX BONE?2. What is Double Pull Pass?3. 6-Man Pass Protections4. 7 & 8 Man Pass Protections5. Picking Up the Blitz6. Empty Pass Protections to Send 5 Receivers Out7. GO Routes8. Post Routes9. GAME FILM of Post Routes10. Post Corner Routes11. Inside Seams12. GAME FILM Inside Seams13. Five Vertical14. GAME FILM Five Verticals15. Play Action Passing: IN & OUT Routes16. CONCLUSION