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DCWT Video for Critique
« on: September 21, 2011, 09:30:55 AM »
Well, Here goes. Hopefully this works.
Please critique guys.
I went over this with the team with 4 pages of notes on each play and corrected some of the gross errors. Let me know what I may have missed.

We are in Black.



Thanks
Rob
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Re: DCWT Video for Critique
« Reply #1 on: September 21, 2011, 12:30:00 PM »
What play is that at 5:08?
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Re: DCWT Video for Critique
« Reply #2 on: September 21, 2011, 12:47:37 PM »
Ahh. Left 36 Buck Sweep. It's been very good to us.
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Re: DCWT Video for Critique
« Reply #3 on: September 21, 2011, 01:05:55 PM »
Well, Here goes. Hopefully this works.
Please critique guys.
I went over this with the team with 4 pages of notes on each play and corrected some of the gross errors. Let me know what I may have missed.

We are in Black.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qKRvZOPa48M

Thanks
Rob



1. RB's aren't counting their steps.
2. At 1.12 Qb turns the wrong way.
3. Same play SE gets the LB and not the safety, otherwise score.
4. Se is not getting his steps
5. 1.36 WB blocks nobody.
6. FB is running too high
7. Your huddle's are held too deep. (sb 7 yds)
8. At 5.48 Pass Right, you WB should be more in the center of the field, two guys in one zone...
9. 6.07 your TE is too nasty....
10. At 6.08 your WB almost runs into your HB. Too deep


That should give you a few things to start with.
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Re: DCWT Video for Critique
« Reply #4 on: September 21, 2011, 01:12:29 PM »
Well, Here goes. Hopefully this works.
Please critique guys.
I went over this with the team with 4 pages of notes on each play and corrected some of the gross errors. Let me know what I may have missed.

We are in Black.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qKRvZOPa48M

Thanks
Rob

couple of things thing I consistently see:
1. kids stop moving their feet upon contact
2.kids are using their shoulders on defense....they need to play with their hands.
3.they are standing up before contact......
4head placement...offense and defense.
5. wrong first step on defense making it almost impossible for them to recover.....
6.you have kids who are chasing blocks.....
7are you hands or shoulder blocking? cant tell
8.who ever your wing is that is doing the cracking? NICE!
9. the opponents defense is horribly misaligned. on the play that blacknred ask about, if your guard kicks out  or even chases, your back has nothing but blue skies...I mean green grass.
10. Your opponent is horrible.
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Re: DCWT Video for Critique
« Reply #5 on: September 21, 2011, 02:19:02 PM »
Ok. Thanks for the input. Iíll try and address them 1 at a time.


1.   RB's aren't counting their steps.
True, does the spacing look wrong? These are 13-14 year olds.
2. At 1.12 Qb turns the wrong way.
So on a 20 midline do you have your QBís do a complete circle prior to handoff? Wasnít sure on this.
3. Same play SE gets the LB and not the safety, otherwise score.
So true. They know to get deepest, but it didnít happen.
4. Se is not getting his steps
Good catch. 3 steps on slant route correct?
5. 1.36 WB blocks nobody.
Beatings will commence
6. FB is running too high
He is no longer FB because of this. Iíve tried to get him down since Aug 1st.
7. Your huddle's are held too deep. (sb 7 yds)
Noted
8. At 5.48 Pass Right, you WB should be more in the center of the field, two guys in one zone...
I corrected this by making sure the TE is at 5 yds. And the WB goes 12-15 yds. Do you run your WB more up the middle?
9. 6.07 your TE is too nasty....
Iíll I can say is WTF? I told them to keep moving out until the DE bumps in, but jeez.
10. At 6.08 your WB almost runs into your HB. Too deep
Noted
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Re: DCWT Video for Critique
« Reply #6 on: September 21, 2011, 02:19:37 PM »
Ok. Thanks for the input. Iíll try and address them 1 at a time.


1.   RB's aren't counting their steps.
True, does the spacing look wrong? These are 13-14 year olds.
2. At 1.12 Qb turns the wrong way.
So on a 20 midline do you have your QBís do a complete circle prior to handoff? Wasnít sure on this.
3. Same play SE gets the LB and not the safety, otherwise score.
So true. They know to get deepest, but it didnít happen.
4. Se is not getting his steps
Good catch. 3 steps on slant route correct?
5. 1.36 WB blocks nobody.
Beatings will commence
6. FB is running too high
He is no longer FB because of this. Iíve tried to get him down since Aug 1st.
7. Your huddle's are held too deep. (sb 7 yds)
Noted
8. At 5.48 Pass Right, you WB should be more in the center of the field, two guys in one zone...
I corrected this by making sure the TE is at 5 yds. And the WB goes 12-15 yds. Do you run your WB more up the middle?
9. 6.07 your TE is too nasty....
Iíll I can say is WTF? I told them to keep moving out until the DE bumps in, but jeez.
10. At 6.08 your WB almost runs into your HB. Too deep
Noted


THanks again.
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Re: DCWT Video for Critique
« Reply #7 on: September 21, 2011, 03:47:02 PM »

2. At 1.12 Qb turns the wrong way.

So on a 20 midline do you have your QBís do a complete circle prior to handoff? Wasnít sure on this.

QB turned towards the SE.  That's the correct direction.  The QB on the Powerpoint turns the wrong way for the confused.

The QB's footwork is all wrong though, which is why you had a clumsy handoff.  QB is in the way.


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4. Se is not getting his steps
Good catch. 3 steps on slant route correct?

He counts steps from the ball, usually 9 (add 2 on pass).  Yours is out at least 2 yards too far.

I'll transfer my KB post to here.
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Re: DCWT Video for Critique
« Reply #8 on: September 21, 2011, 03:50:03 PM »
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In your DCWT your WB is consistently inconsistent on where he lines up.  Your SE is AT LEAST 2 yards out too far.  Every time you ran left (6:21 and 6:45) you paid the price for this.  On a Pass Left or a Pass Right, your QB MUST fake a handoff (play action).  Look at 7:05.  EVERYBODY ON THE ENTIRE DEFENSIVE BACKFIELD KNOWS IT'S A PASS.  Not ONE defender even took ONE STEP forward.  They were either moving back or standing and waiting to intercept.  If you don't correct that, expect interceptions galore.
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Re: DCWT Video for Critique
« Reply #9 on: September 22, 2011, 10:31:19 AM »

Ok. Thanks for the input. Iíll try and address them 1 at a time.


1.   RB's aren't counting their steps.
True, does the spacing look wrong? These are 13-14 year olds.

The spacing does not change based on age.  There's a mathmatical calculation in place with the Fullback, HB, and QB Steps.  If one gets out of order , depending on the play, you have problems or at least poor execution<

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2. At 1.12 Qb turns the wrong way.
So on a 20 midline do you have your QBís do a complete circle prior to handoff? Wasnít sure on this.
Sorry, I did not recognize this as 20, he is turning the right way. He is not stepping back though, see the manual. Also ,did your HB and WB get up through the A gaps?<

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3. Same play SE gets the LB and not the safety, otherwise score.
So true. They know to get deepest, but it didnít happen.
<Drill this with the SE, a CB, a LB and a Safety.  Run the run plays and pass plays and just have your SE's complete the responsibility<

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4. Se is not getting his steps
Good catch. 3 steps on slant route correct?

< No I mean getting to his spot.  7 steps on run, 9 steps on pass. Very important for 47 speed<
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5. 1.36 WB blocks nobody.
Beatings will commence
<Wb is a key, key block.  Also, teach him what to do if the DE / LB is recessed and not where he is supposed to be<
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6. FB is running too high
He is no longer FB because of this. Iíve tried to get him down since Aug 1st.
< Are you using holding a PVC pipe during his drill to keep him low?<

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7. Your huddle's are held too deep. (sb 7 yds)
Noted

<Good, no sense wearing out your Line running more than they need to<

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8. At 5.48 Pass Right, your WB should be more in the center of the field, two guys in one zone...
I corrected this by making sure the TE is at 5 yds. And the WB goes 12-15 yds. Do you run your WB more up the middle?

< I always told the WB that he should think about where the center is and get up-field on a banana route. Don't turn back until you would be on his outside shoulder. SB about 10-12 yds. Now two things will happen. He won't get to the Centers outside shoulder, but he might get to the midpoint before turning back which is really what we want.
And he will not go 10 yds, he will go 15 yards because they all cheat.  But my over extending their rules, they get where they should be. Make sense?<

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9. 6.07 your TE is too nasty....
Iíll I can say is WTF? I told them to keep moving out until the DE bumps in, but jeez.

<Heh heh.... I always had the opposite of them cheating in. You have them thinking the right way. But if they don't bump in, then the TE has to let you know to run there ALL DAY LONG!<
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10. At 6.08 your WB almost runs into your HB. Too deep
Noted
<Wb should pass close enough behind QB to tap his hip<
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Re: DCWT Video for Critique
« Reply #10 on: September 23, 2011, 02:13:50 PM »
Ok, I worked on correcting issues all week. We play tomorrow and I will have more film. I'll post it and see if we fixed some stuff :)

Thanks Again for the input
Rob
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Re: DCWT Video for Critique
« Reply #11 on: September 26, 2011, 02:19:09 PM »
No problem.
Post your film when you can.
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