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Offline CoachTBrown

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Play sheets and wrist coaches.
« on: January 04, 2012, 09:50:11 AM »
Hello, Coaches. I was wondering if any of you have any templates of play call sheets that can be used in conjunction with wrist coaches? Color coded, situational plays, down and distance.
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Re: Play sheets and wrist coaches.
« Reply #1 on: January 04, 2012, 10:06:19 AM »
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Re: Play sheets and wrist coaches.
« Reply #2 on: January 04, 2012, 10:30:49 AM »
Hello, Coaches. I was wondering if any of you have any templates of play call sheets that can be used in conjunction with wrist coaches? Color coded, situational plays, down and distance.
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I won't post what we use, but it looks something like this:

11 Trap- Black 2 Highlighted in black
12 Trap- Gold 8 Highlighted in gold
14 Trap- Black 9 Highlighted in Black
15 Power Flip- Red 0 Highlighted in Red
16 Power
16 Power Mouse
16 Power Nasty Tunnel
16 Power Rocket

Cross Pass Right
Cross Pass Left
Go Pass Left
Go Pass Right
Shallow Pass Left
Shallow Pass Right
Smash Pass Right
Smash Pass Left
Smoke Pass Right
Smoke Pass Left
Smoke and Go Right
Smoke and Go Left

Everything is put low to high numbers wise/alphabetically so it's easy to get to
Not all of our adjustments or formations are "plays", we just add in a tag- Split, Omaha, On, Level etc
If we have film and have scouted, there will be play sequences at the bottom- and maybe some adjustment reminders.
Each is laminated
On the back are our depth charts and all special teams along with our playing time game plan
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Re: Play sheets and wrist coaches.
« Reply #3 on: January 04, 2012, 09:30:32 PM »
http://

Coach,

I won't post what we use, but it looks something like this:

11 Trap- Black 2 Highlighted in black
12 Trap- Gold 8 Highlighted in gold
14 Trap- Black 9 Highlighted in Black
15 Power Flip- Red 0 Highlighted in Red
16 Power
16 Power Mouse
16 Power Nasty Tunnel
16 Power Rocket

Cross Pass Right
Cross Pass Left
Go Pass Left
Go Pass Right
Shallow Pass Left
Shallow Pass Right
Smash Pass Right
Smash Pass Left
Smoke Pass Right
Smoke Pass Left
Smoke and Go Right
Smoke and Go Left

Everything is put low to high numbers wise/alphabetically so it's easy to get to
Not all of our adjustments or formations are "plays", we just add in a tag- Split, Omaha, On, Level etc
If we have film and have scouted, there will be play sequences at the bottom- and maybe some adjustment reminders.
Each is laminated
On the back are our depth charts and all special teams along with our playing time game plan

Thanks Dave. I wish i could see you in San Antonio this weekend but i have to play army. anyway, you do not set your sheet up for situations like red aone, 2 and long or 3 and short?
Coach T Brown

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Re: Play sheets and wrist coaches.
« Reply #4 on: August 01, 2018, 12:03:17 AM »
Hope this helps...

Bless the search feature and people sharing things...I stole this play call sheet that was posted from a member on Huey's site over a decade ago...and posted it in kind.  I was looking for this and could not find it anywhere on my computer/flash drives.  THANK YOU for passing it along, if for nothing more than I could find it again.  :)