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Offline Vince148

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Critique my pass blocking
« on: July 07, 2016, 04:04:01 PM »
These are a few of the passes that I plan to use.

These first two are essentially a deep cross and y-sail. They will be blocked as slide towards the playside. Since my plan is not to pull guards, I wanted to make sure the edge is blocked.



This is a counter naked. The H-back is the "puller" and will take care of the backside DE.


This will probably be the basis of most of my pass blocking. Any suggestions?
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Re: Critique my pass blocking
« Reply #1 on: July 07, 2016, 04:12:16 PM »
These are a few of the passes that I plan to use.

These first two are essentially a deep cross and y-sail. They will be blocked as slide towards the playside. Since my plan is not to pull guards, I wanted to make sure the edge is blocked.
 


This is a counter naked. The H-back is the "puller" and will take care of the backside DE.


This will probably be the basis of most of my pass blocking. Any suggestions?

Ide slide away from qb but thats me... youll have 6 blockers so thats good, i would just really emphasize the mesh in play action. "Good fake is worth 2 blocks" you now have gained "8" blocks and a home run
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Re: Critique my pass blocking
« Reply #2 on: July 07, 2016, 04:49:02 PM »
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Sliding 101- always slide away from the TE. The reason....really difficult for your OT to slide around the vacating TE. The TB picks up the EMOL away from the slide.

Since you have 2 TE's....pass pro. Still asking a lot from your OT's to pass pro around a vacating TE.

Since you have 2 TE's you can play action left or right.

I suggest a SE / TE arrangement and slide away from the TE. Much cleaner teach. Or only release one TE at a time.

If you pass pro and pure pass get the TB the hell outta the way RIGHT NOW. No crossing in front of the QB or looking at A Gaps. Hell....run an automatic Swing Pass for all pure passing plays. If you slide and pure pass make sure the TB is on the same side as the vacating TE.
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Re: Critique my pass blocking
« Reply #3 on: July 07, 2016, 04:52:04 PM »
I want to know the specific rules.

Everything always looks nice in little diagrams.
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Re: Critique my pass blocking
« Reply #4 on: July 07, 2016, 08:29:20 PM »
I want to know the specific rules.

Everything always looks nice in little diagrams.

https://youtu.be/0rIK3fo41P4
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Re: Critique my pass blocking
« Reply #5 on: July 07, 2016, 08:34:02 PM »
I want to know the specific rules.

Everything always looks nice in little diagrams.
I wanted two different looks...a naked and a boot. Boots typically pull a guard. I'm not wanting to pull a guard. So the alternative is to slide towards the playside and the play action is away.

The issue with the 60 front is that if I just man block it, the RB would have to block the PSDE and I would lose the playaction effect.

So, I found this, which is what I am trying to accomplish.
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Re: Critique my pass blocking
« Reply #6 on: July 08, 2016, 01:11:23 AM »
I'm Contrarian.

Slide Right, Throw Right, let the Back take the "Off Side"!  Thats Pure Passing 3 Step or Pistol.

Since it has been my experience that little kids are either good at Pass or Run Blocking (Not Both), I endeavor to have the QB get rid of, or run with, the ball in a few short seconds. I mean a FEW! It's my experience that if I get to one thousand three or three Mississippi, and he still has the ball,  his name is TOAST!  Toast of the burnt variety!

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