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Re: DCWT BEAST
« Reply #195 on: July 15, 2018, 09:26:31 AM »
Did you guys ever figure out how we are running this out of the DCWT? Is there an addition to the manual.  I’m just looking for what our positions transfer over to the Beast and basic plays to help me teach it to me assistants and my team a little easier using the rules already in DCWT
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Re: DCWT BEAST
« Reply #196 on: July 18, 2018, 09:59:49 PM »
Did you guys ever figure out how we are running this out of the DCWT? Is there an addition to the manual.  I’m just looking for what our positions transfer over to the Beast and basic plays to help me teach it to me assistants and my team a little easier using the rules already in DCWT

I've used Beast with my DCWT for a few years now.  I keep the same blocking rules, but the HB in shotgun to take the snap, WB is the outside blocker in the 3 behind the O-Line, QB the middle guy, and FB the inside guy.  I run two plays from both sides.......Beast Right/Left Blast and Beast Right/Left Counter.  On blast HB takes the snap and blasts through the hole.  On counter WB takes an inside hand-off from HB and cuts up through the first open hole to the opposite side.

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Re: DCWT BEAST
« Reply #197 on: September 21, 2018, 09:57:53 AM »
I just reread this whole post again.  Close to the end there was talk of a playbook for the DCWT Beast. Has anyone made one up yet?   

I’ve got BeatBlast Right - 3 gets the ball. Fast and shifty 2 is inside sniffer

Beast Blast Left - 2 gets the ball. Way bigger but still fast and 3 is inside sniffer

Beast Left Jet 48

Beast Right Jet 47

Beast Right Jet Pass Left - SE is wide open after all of the Blasting. I Jet to put at another man between my 3 and a rusher so he doesn’t get killed by a free shot if need be.  Also since 2 goes playside DE on Pass Left, he knows to leave his inside sniffer position to the 3/5 hole to pick up a guy. We made it where as soon as 3 gets the ball he throws it.  The SE slants in only 2-3 steps before running his #2 route.

On Left FB is in shotgun and on Right HB is in shotgun for us.  Gives both of them a chance to run out of this formation.
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Re: DCWT BEAST
« Reply #198 on: September 21, 2018, 10:42:23 AM »
We just use the back's numbers to let them know who gets the ball.

Beast Right 16 (26, 36, 46) Blast

Beast Right 17 (27, 37, 47) Counter

Beast Right Pass Right

Beast Right Pass Left


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Re: DCWT BEAST
« Reply #199 on: September 21, 2018, 10:55:07 AM »
So when you call their number, is that the back in shotgun?
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Re: DCWT BEAST
« Reply #200 on: September 21, 2018, 11:06:07 AM »
So when you call their number, is that the back in shotgun?

Yes sir. 

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Re: DCWT BEAST
« Reply #201 on: September 21, 2018, 11:42:26 AM »
Nice.  Makes sense.  More kids touching the ball that way.
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