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alignment verses the double wing
« on: November 06, 2014, 05:20:14 PM »
alignment vs the double tight double wing?  alignment verses the double wing with the wing on the line of scrimmage?

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Re: alignment verses the double wing
« Reply #1 on: November 06, 2014, 05:31:03 PM »
Youre goin to be very dissapointed


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There ya go straight 10
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Re: alignment verses the double wing
« Reply #2 on: November 07, 2014, 05:28:17 PM »
an 8-3?

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Re: alignment verses the double wing
« Reply #3 on: November 08, 2014, 04:02:06 PM »
an 8-3?

Correct by base alignment rules this what you get

Gaps a-c have down lineman
corners mirror #1 who are the wingbacks
safetys are on #2 who are the tight ends in 9 tech "jam and read" situations
the mike is a side line to side player

There are adjustments like buddy and special or combos of both that make a 46 however out the box 10-1 will get you this
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Re: alignment verses the double wing
« Reply #4 on: November 08, 2014, 04:17:08 PM »
One adjustment I worked on with a coach this passed year was pretty successfull...im just gonna call it lion since thats his teams mascot


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The $ is playing 3-4 lb .inside foot splitting crotch of te. The idea is to condense the te.
the 4 slants to gap of motion. No mo they condense the tackle.
0 sumos the center
M and f cross key the wings for auto blitz
the corners key the wings and hang back as pass/counter first players
The 9s wrong shoulder every lead block

The coach beat 2 dw teams 1 was far better then the other. I beleive they were a sab team. The even techs helped create chaos for the wall.

The dw team ran toss...wing counter...fb trap and sweep
the cross keying helped a lot

The bad dw team ran wedge and toss
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Re: alignment verses the double wing
« Reply #5 on: November 08, 2014, 05:55:02 PM »
what type of sweep did the good team run?

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Re: alignment verses the double wing
« Reply #6 on: August 11, 2015, 02:18:27 PM »
One adjustment I worked on with a coach this passed year was pretty successfull...im just gonna call it lion since thats his teams mascot


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The $ is playing 3-4 lb .inside foot splitting crotch of te. The idea is to condense the te.
the 4 slants to gap of motion. No mo they condense the tackle.
0 sumos the center
M and f cross key the wings for auto blitz
the corners key the wings and hang back as pass/counter first players
The 9s wrong shoulder every lead block

The coach beat 2 dw teams 1 was far better then the other. I beleive they were a sab team. The even techs helped create chaos for the wall.

The dw team ran toss...wing counter...fb trap and sweep
the cross keying helped a lot

The bad dw team ran wedge and toss

Can you elaborate on some of this a little? We're scrimmaging a really good double wing team this weekend and run the 10-1 special. We're actually called the Lions :-)

So you have the 4 techs slanting to the gap toward the motion? Is someone calling out which way the motion is going or are they looking into the backfield through the oline? When you say "condense the tackle", are you saying that they bull rush the tackle?

Can you elaborate on M & F cross keying and auto blitzing? So are they looking at the opposite wing the entire time? If the wing goes in motion toward you, you blitz? And when he doesn't go in motion but comes toward you (counter), you blitz? If he runs upfield to block, it's run away, no blitz? Is that correct? Where do they blitz?

So the corners are man to man on the wing and just watch what they do? So it sounds like we have two players keying each wing? Correct?

And the 9s wrong arm the kick-out block. Do the wing backs in the double wing ever try to seal DE's to get outside? If so, are we still teaching them to wrong arm that?