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Offline davecisar

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Re: Big Backs
« Reply #30 on: July 27, 2017, 01:15:27 PM »
Thanks Dave and Rob, I got it

 Just one small clarification on the 14 blast, if the man is head up on the RT, would the PT double down with the Inside Tackle (On the The "T" in this case) or still goes to second level. I would assume the IT is putting his head on the inside.

......L....L.......C

....g.T.e....B
...xoooo
....3.........4
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Against this D there are only 4 players weak- assuming there is no safety- DT, DE, LB- C
I would be running 43, 31, 16 pass blue all day long
and throwing the ball- like 18 Sweep Pass stick

If I was required to run 14 I would run it by the book
3 on E- 2 on B, RE NB, PT FB, everyone else GOD
If they sit on the 43 we run a yes- flash fake the 47 if not then we either double the near LB with the 4 or we cover all 3 lbs with the 4, re, PT
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Offline HawkB

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Re: Big Backs
« Reply #31 on: July 27, 2017, 01:51:42 PM »
Against this D there are only 4 players weak- assuming there is no safety- DT, DE, LB- C
I would be running 43, 31, 16 pass blue all day long
and throwing the ball- like 18 Sweep Pass stick

If I was required to run 14 I would run it by the book
3 on E- 2 on B, RE NB, PT FB, everyone else GOD
If they sit on the 43 we run a yes- flash fake the 47 if not then we either double the near LB with the 4 or we cover all 3 lbs with the 4, re, PT

Thanks great excellent explanation.