3-5-3 Defense: Fronts, Coverages, and Blitzes

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3-5-3 DEFENSE: OVERVIEW, INSTALLATION, & IDEAS
Tim Racki – Head Football Coach
Nazareth Academy, La Grange Park, IL
[email protected]
708-354-0061 x166
3-5 OUTLINE
• SESSION #1 – IMPLEMENTING THE 3-5
• EVOLUTION & POPULARITY OF THE 3-5
• PHILOSOPHY / STRENGTHS & WEAKNESSES
• COACHING POINTS
• PERSONNEL DECISIONS
• INSTALLATION SCHEDULE
3-5 OUTLINE
SESSION #2 – RESPONSIBILITIES / FRONTS /
STUNTS
• ALIGNMENTS
• GAPS
• BASE FRONTS
• D-LINE CALLS
• LB ALIGNMENTS
• CUT TAPE
3-5 OUTLINE
SESSION #3 – BLITZ / COVERAGE / DEFENDING
OFFENSIVE SETS
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BLITZ SYSTEM
BLITZ TECHNIQUE CALLS
ZONE / MAN COVERAGES
DEFENDING SPREAD
PROBLEM FORMATIONS
CUT TAPE
• EXTRA TIME??
• INDIVIDUAL POSITION DRILLS
• PRESSED FOR TIME??
• SESSION #1 TOPIC WILL MOST LIKELY SPILL INTO SESSION #2 TOPIC
(MOST INFORMATION)
EVOLUTION OF THE 3-5
• SCHOOLED IN THE 4-4 DEFENSE
• FORCED TO RUN THE 4-3
• SAW THE 3-5 AS A WRINKLE IN A TEXAS A&M BOOK
BY JERRY CAMPBELL IN 1996
• IMPLEMENTED THE 3-5 IN 1999 AS A ONE FRONT
WRINKLE
• CALLED IT THE “X” DEFENSE
• SPAWNED THE REST OF OUR 3-4 AND 4-3 LOOKS
THE ORIGINAL “X” DEFENSE
• THIS IS THE ORIGINAL
2 PAGES OF THE 3-5
LOOK FROM THE TEXAS
A&M BOOK BY JERRY
CAMPBELL
• THE X LINEBACKER
GAVE ME THE NAME OF
THE DEFENSE
ORIGINALLY
• IT HAS GROWN
TREMENDOUSLY SINCE
1999 TO WHAT IT IS
TODAY
EVOLUTION OF THE 3-5
• WHY AM I TELLING YOU THIS?
– ENCOURAGE YOU TO “THINK OUTSIDE THE BOX”
– DON’T BE BOUND TO ONE PHILOSOPHY
– ADAPT THE CONCEPTS / IDEAS TO YOUR
TERMINOLOGY
– THIS CAN BE ADAPTED TO AND INSERTED INTO
ANY DEFENSE
– THE POSSIBILITIES ARE ENDLESS
PHILOSOPHY OF THE 3-5
• ATTACKING – PRESSURE, PURSUIT
• FLEXIBLE – ADAPTABLE
• SIMPLE – EASY TO LEARN AND EXECUTE
• UNPREDICTABLE – ENDLESS POSSIBILITIES
• ADAPT TO YOUR PERSONNEL
• FUN!!
PHILOSOPHY OF THE 3-5
• STRENGTHS
– WITH SUBTLE CHANGES, IT CAN DEFEND POWER
OFFENSES, OPTION OFFENSES, AND SPREAD OFFENSES
– MULTIPLE LOOKS, BLITZES, AND COVERAGES
• WEAKNESSES
– RISKY
– LIVE & DIE WITH THE BLITZ
– 2 TE & JUMBO FORMATIONS
COACHING POINTS IN THE 3-5
• WHAT WILL YOU STRESS AS A WHOLE??
– PURSUIT, PRESSURE, ATTACK, SWARM
– TACKLE
– TAKE CARE OF YOUR JOB / RESPONSIBILITY
– TURNOVERS / STRIP / INTERCEPTIONS
– ATTITUDE, IDENTITY, INTENSITY
– COMMUNICATION
– MENTAL TOUGHNESS, CONFIDENCE, EFFORT
PERSONNEL OF 3-5 DEFENSE
• THERE IS A LACK OF DEFENSIVE LINEMAN AT
EVERY LEVEL OF FOOTBALL
• THIS DEFENSE PUTS AN EMPHASIS ON SPEED OVER
SIZE
• WE ALWAYS HAVE AN ABUNDANCE OF DB’S AND LB’S
• GIVES US THE ABILITY TO HAVE MULTIPLE
PERSONNEL GROUPINGS FOR VARIOUS DEFENSIVE
PACKAGES
DEFENSIVE LINEMAN
• NOSE – Either a large body, 2 gap player that demands a
double team or a small, quick wrestling type kid who can
shoot a gap on the center and command a double team
• END – More of a prototypical defensive lineman. Will play
on the strong side of the line against Tackles and Tight Ends
mostly
• TACKLE – Better pass rusher than the END because he
will be in more 1 on 1 situations with a Tackle on the weak
side
LINEBACKERS
• OLB (Stud/Will) – These are the in-between players.
They need to be sure tacklers that can take on lead blocks,
but also able to stay with receivers in coverage. Strong
Safety Types
• ILB (Mac/Mike) – These are the bigger, prototypical
linebackers. Able to take on ISO leads and pulling lineman.
They will also reduce on the LOS.
• X Linebacker – This is your best scraper and best
tackler. A lot of times in the schemes he is unblocked so he
will need to scrape and make sure tackles.
SECONDARY
• JET (Weak Corner) – This should be your best coverage
player. Against certain formations and in certain coverages
he will be alone “on an island” against a receiver.
• LASER (Strong Corner) – This should be a better
tackler than your Jet corner. He will usually be bigger and
stronger than the Jet also. Usually has more help in
coverage than the Jet.
• FIRE (Free Safety) – This should be your smartest
player who is a good tackler and a good coverage player.
There are a lot of times when he will be needed in run
support and other times when he will be needed in
coverage.
DEFENSIVE INSTALLATION
• SUMMER CALENDAR – “THE BIG PICTURE”
– OFFENSE / DEFENSE DAYS (2 PLATOON?)
– CLASSROOM TIME / FIELD TIME
– DEPTH CHARTS
– DRILLS WITH AND WITHOUT PADS
– 7 ON 7 OR PASSING LEAGUE DATES
PRACTICE SCHEDULES
• SUMMER
– NO PAD DAYS
– SHELLS DAYS
– MINI-CAMP – FULL
PADS
• SEASON
– 3 DAYS WITH
HELMETS
– FULL PADS DOUBLES
– GAME WEEK
JUNE CALENDER – 2005
JUNE 13 - MONDAY
• OVERVIEW
– WHAT OUR DEFENSE IS ABOUT
• DEFENSIVE BASICS
– TERMINOLOGY, GAPS, ALIGNMENTS, COLORS (FORMATIONS)
• ½ TIME IN THE CLASS ROOM
• ½ TIME ON THE FIELD (DAILY MUST DRILLS)
• HANDOUTS
– TERMINOLOGY, GAPS, ALIGNMENTS, COLORS (FORMATIONS)
JUNE 16 - THURSDAY
• TEST
– TERMINOLOGY, GAPS, ALIGNMENTS, COLORS (FORMATIONS)
• 50 FRONTS
– BASE, TIGHT, GAP, HEAD, WIDE
• COVERAGES
– COVER 3, COVER R2
• BLITZ
– INTRODUCE WITH HOT ZONES
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INDY DRILLS
30 MINUTES IN CLASSROOM
30 MINUTES INDY
30 MINUTES ON FIELD TEACHING
JUNE 23 - THURSDAY
• TEST
– TERMINOLOGY, GAPS, ALIGNMENTS, COLORS, FRONTS, BLITZES
• WALK-THROUGH REVIEW OF 50 FRONTS AND COVERAGES
• LB ALIGNMENTS
– M, SAW, MIKE/MAC, STUD/WILL
• COVERAGES
– COVER 2, DUECE
• BLITZES / DL STUNTS
• TEAM SCRIPTS VS VARIOUS FORMATIONS / OPTION
JUNE 27 - MONDAY
• TEST (TOTAL REVIEW)
• OTHER FRONTS
– 30, 40
• COVERAGES
– COVER 1
• BLITZES / STUNTS
• TEAM SCRIPTS VS FORMATIONS / OPTION
– PURSUIT DRILL, 7 ON 7, 9 ON 7, TEAM
JUNE 30 - THURSDAY
• TEST (TOTAL REVIEW)
• OTHER FRONTS
– 30, 40
• COVERAGES
– R2 STRONG / R2 WEAK
• BLITZES / STUNTS
• TEAM SCRIPTS VS FORMATIONS / OPTION
– PURSUIT DRILL, 7 ON 7, 9 ON 7, TEAM
JULY CALENDER – 2005
JULY INSTALLATION
• AFTER THE LONG 4TH OF JULY BREAK, WE WILL REVIEW THE
FRONTS, COVERAGES, BLITZES, ETC. FROM JUNE
• THE REST OF JULY WILL BE USED TO INSTALL OUR OTHER
FRONTS INCLUDING A GOAL LINE DEFENSE AND A NICKLE
DEFENSE
• DURING OUR FULL PAD MINI CAMP AT THE END OF JULY,
WE WILL REVIEW ALL OF OUR FRONTS AND KEEP REPPING
THEM OVER AND OVER
TEST EXAMPLE
TEST EXAMPLE
ALIGNMENTS
• WE USE A NUMBERING SYSTEM SIMILAR TO MOST DEFENSES
FOR OUR ALIGNMENTS
• ALIGNMENTS ARE AS FOLLOWS: DL – SINGLE DIGIT, LB –
DOUBLE DIGIT, START WITH A “2”, DB – DOUBLE DIGIT,
START WITH A “3”
GAPS
• WE USE A GAP LETTERING SYSTEM SIMILAR
TO MOST DEFENSES
• GAPS BETWEEN:
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CENTER & GUARD = A GAP
GUARD & TACKLE = B GAP
TACKLE & TIGHT END = C GAP
OUTSIDE TIGHT END/ALLEY = D GAP
BASE 50
END & TACKLE
3 Tech
B-Gap
NOSE
0 Tech
Strong A-Gap
STUD & WILL
5 yds x 5 yds
D-Gap
MIKE & MAC
25 Tech
C-Gap
X
20 Tech
Weak A-Gap
LASER & JET
7 yards off
No Run Support
FIRE
10-12 yards off
No Run Support
50 GAP
END & TACKLE
NOSE
B-Gap
0 Tech
B-Gap
Strong A-Gap
STUD & WILL
5 yds x 5 yds
D-Gap
MIKE & MAC
25 Tech
C-Gap
X
20 Tech
Weak A-Gap
LASER & JET
7 yards off
No Run Support
FIRE
10-12 yards off
No Run Support
50 HEAD
END & TACKLE
NOSE
4 Tech
0 Tech
C-Gap
Strong A-Gap
STUD & WILL
5 yds x 5 yds
D-Gap
MIKE & MAC
24 Tech
B-Gap
X
20 Tech
Weak A-Gap
LASER & JET
7 yards off
No Run Support
FIRE
10-12 yards off
No Run Support
50 HEAD
• IT IS THE MOST COMMON LOOK BY PEOPLE WHO RUN THE
3-3-5 STACK
• WE CAN PLAY A LOT OF GAMES OUT OF 50 HEAD BECAUSE
OF THE ALIGNMENTS
• THE STACKED LOOK OF OUR LB’S ALLOWS US TO EXCHANGE
GAP RESPONSIBILITES WITH THE DL
• WE CAN PINCH OUR LINE INTO THE B-GAPS AND ALLOW
OUR LB’S TO TAKE THE C-GAPS
• WE CAN BLITZ OUR LB’S TO MORE GAPS BECAUSE OF THE
ALIGNMENTS
50 WIDE
END & TACKLE
NOSE
5 Tech
0 Tech
C-Gap
Strong A-Gap
STUD & WILL
5 yds x 5 yds
D-Gap
MIKE & MAC
24 Tech
B-Gap
X
20 Tech
Weak A-Gap
LASER & JET
7 yards off
No Run Support
FIRE
10-12 yards off
No Run Support
STEMMING FRONTS
• WE CAN STEM FROM ONE FRONT TO ANOTHER VERY EASILY
• THIS CAN GREATLY EFFECT AN OFFENSIVE LINE’S BLOCKING RULES
AND CALLS
• WE HAVE USED IT A LOT AGAINST PASSING TEAMS IN ORDER TO
SET UP OUR BLITZES – YOU WILL SEE THIS IN THE CUT UPS
• EXAMPLE – M 55 HEAD
– IN THIS EXAMPLE, WE WOULD SHOW OUR “50 M” FRONT AND ON THE FIRST
SOUND, WE WOULD SHIFT INTO A “50 HEAD” FRONT
• IF WE GET CAUGHT IN A SHIFT, WE TELL OUR PLAYERS TO PLAY
FOOTBALL AND TO GET TO THE GAP THEY ARE ASSIGNED TO
DL CALLS
• WE USE VARIOUS CALLS THAT ALLOW US TO CHANGE
THE WAY OUR DEFENSIVE LINEMAN PLAY THEIR
RESPONSIBILITIES
• A LOT OF THE CALLS WE LIKE TO USE ARE IN OUR
50 HEAD FRONT
• THIS GIVES US THE ABILITY TO CHANGE THE
BLOCKING FOR THE OFFENSIVE LINEMAN WITHOUT
ACTUALLY CHANGING THE FRONT WE ARE IN
DL CALLS - Pinch
• PINCH IS USUALLY USED IN SHORT YARDAGE SITUATIONS,
OR WHEN WE SEND A BLITZ THROUGH THE C-GAP
• THE CALL SENDS ALL OF THE DL INTO THEIR INSIDE
GAP
• THE AIMING POINT FOR THE DL IS THE OUTSIDE HIP OF
THE OFFENSIVE LINEMAN INSIDE OF THEM
• THEY MUST KEEP THEIR SHOULDERS SQUARE!!
BULL
DL CALLS - Bull
• BULL IS USALLY USED WHEN WE WANT THE
OFFENSIVE LINEMAN TO STAY ENGAGED WITH THE
DL. THIS ALLOWS OUR LB’s TO SCRAPE FREE
• THIS CALL TELLS THE DL TO “BULL” RUSH THE
OFFENSIVE LINEMAN OVER THEM AND THEN RIP TO
THE BALL
DL CALLS
• WE WILL ALSO CALL SLANT OR ANGLE WHICH WILL
TELL OUR LINEMAN TO MOVE A GAP OVER IN THEIR
RESPONSIBILITY
– SLANT TELLS OUR LINEMAN TO OCCUPY THE GAP TO
THE STRONG SIDE
– ANGLE TELLS OUR LINEMAN TO OCCUPY THE GAP TO THE
WEAK SIDE
LB ALIGNMENTS
• WE CAN REDUCE OUR LINEBACKERS ON THE LOS
WITH VARIOUS CALLS
• THIS ALLOWS US TO BE IN OUR BASE 50 LOOK, BUT
TO THE OFFENSE IT LOOKS LIKE A 5-3, 4-4, ETC
• THE CALLS STAY UNIVERSAL THROUGHOUT OUR
DEFENSE
• ALLOWS US TO CALL MULTIPLE FRONTS, BUT THE
KIDS HAVE LESS TO LEARN
M&M ALIGNMENT
• WE WOULD JUST CALL “M”
• THE MIKE AND MAC LINEBACKERS REDUCE ON THE LOS.
THEY FOLLOW THE TE RULE (IF THERE IS A TE OR WING,
THEY ARE IN A 6 TECH, OTHERWISE THEY ARE IN A 5
TECH). THEY MUST HOLD THE LOS AND THEY STILL HAVE
THE SAME GAP RESPONSIBILITY. THE STUD AND WILL
STACK BEHIND THEM IF THERE IS NO SLOT RECEIVERS.
• MIKE - Will
reduce the
Mike with the
Stud stacked
behind and the
Mac & Will in
Regular
alignments
• MAC - Will
reduce the Mac
with the Will
stacked behind
and the Mike &
Stud in Regular
alignments
SAW ALIGNMENT
• THIS CALL TELLS THE STUD AND WILL TO REDUCE ON THE
LOS. THEY WILL STILL HAVE THEIR REGULAR D-GAP
RESPONSIBILITY, SO THEY WILL LINE UP IN A 7 TECH
AGAINST A TIGHT END OR WING, AND IN A GHOST 6 TECH
WITHOUT A TIGHT END OR WING.
• STUD –
Reduces the
Stud on the
LOS, while the
Will is in a
regular
alignment
• WILL – Reduces
the Will on the
LOS while the
Stud is in a
regular
alignment
BLITZES
• OUR BLITZES ARE CALLED USING A NUMBERING SYSTEM. EACH LINEBACKER
IS DESIGNATED WITH A NUMBER THAT IDENTIFIES HIM NO MATTER WHAT
FRONT WE ARE IN. WE USE THE LB NUMBER TOGETHER WITH A GAP CALL IN
ORDER TO BLITZ THE LINEBACKER IN THE GAP WE WANT TO.
• IF A LB BLITZ IS CALLED TO A GAP THAT A DL IS SUPPOSED TO OCCUPY, THE
DL WILL AUTOMATICALLY SWITCH RESPONSIBILITES WITH THE LB AND COVER
HIS GAP
BLITZES
BLITZES
BLITZES
• AS YOU CAN SEE THE NUMBER OF BLITZES ARE
ENDLESS WITH THE SIMPLE WAY WE CAN CALL THEM
• THE CROSS BLITZES ARE GOOD AGAINST SPREAD
PASSING TEAMS THAT BLOCK BIG ON BIG
– THEY CAN ALLOW YOU TO GET YOUR FAST LINEBACKERS
THROUGH THE GAP BEFORE THE LINEMAN WILL BE ABLE
TO REACT
BLITZES
• WE CAN HAVE OUR LINEBACKERS FAKE A BLITZ BY CALLING
“RATTLE”.
– THE RATTLE IS CALLED THE SAME WAY AS THE BLITZ IS, BUT WITH
“RATTLE” INCLUDED IN THE CALL.
– EXAMPLE – 50 Rattle 24 B
• THE MIKE AND THE MAC WILL BOTH SHOW BLITZ IN THE B GAPS, BUT
THEY WILL NOT BLITZ
• WE CAN ALSO HAVE OUR LINEBACKERS SHOW THEIR BLITZ BY
MOVING UP TO THE LOS BY CALLING “ATTACK”
• WE DID NOT BLITZ OUR SECONDARY MUCH, BUT WE CAN SEND
THEM ON A BLITZ BY CALLING THEIR NAME AND A GAP. EXAMPLE
– 50 TIGHT FIRE-B (It would send the Fire to the Strong B-Gap)
COVERAGES
COVERAGES
COVERAGES
COVERAGES
COVERAGES
DEFENDING THE SPREAD
• THERE ARE MANY DIFFERENT WAYS TO COVER EACH
FORMATION OUT OF THE 3-5 DEFENSE
• I WILL COVER THE MOST COMMON DEFENSES AND
COVERAGES THAT WE USE TO DEFEND THE POPULAR
SPREAD FORMATIONS
50 HEAD VS DOUBLE SLOT
• STUD AND WILL ALIGN IN
AN INSIDE SHADE ON THE
#2 RECEIVER
• THEY MAY ALSO SPLIT
THE DIFFERENCE IF THE
RECEIVER IS VERY WIDE
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BEST COVERAGES:
•COVER 0 (Can Rush 7)
•COVER 1 FREE (Rush 6/7)
•DUECE FREE (Conservative)
•COVER 3 (Stud & Will must sink
with #2)
50 HEAD VS TRIPS
• We can play a lot of coverage games
to the weak side with the Jet and Will.
If we had a shutdown cover corner we
would be able to blitz the Will more,
but if we were not as talented, we
could help the Jet with underneath
support from the Will.
• WE WOULD PLAY A MINIZONE TO THE TRIPS SIDE
WITH THE LASER, STUD
AND MIKE
• We could also use the
Fire if we wanted to blitz
the Mike or Stud
PROBLEMATIC FORMATION
OTHER FRONTS
50 EAGLE WILL
INDY DRILLS
• DIVIDE THEM
– NO PADS
– SHELLS
– FULL PADS
• DAILY MUSTS
– DRILLS YOU “HAMMER” IN THE SUMMER
– IN SEASON THEY SHOULD BECOME PRE-PRACTICE DRILLS
• LOGICAL PROGRESSION
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STANCE / ALIGNMENT
1ST 2-3 STEPS
PASS / RUN DRILLS
HAVE CORE DRILLS, BUT TRY NEW ONES – EXPERIMENT
ALWAYS, ALWAYS WRITE THEM DOWN – PRACTICE PLAN
LINEBACKER DRILLS
• ALL LINEBACKERS – STUD, WILL, MAC, MIKE, X
– BAGS
– BOX REACTION
– CAGE DRILL (CHUTES)
– TAKE ON BLOCKS
• SLED – PLANT / TRANSFER / ROLL
• COLUMN – HIT – SHED
• BLOW DELIVERY - SHIVER
LINEBACKER DRILLS
• ALL LINEBACKERS – STUD, WILL, MAC, MIKE, X
– TACKLING
• FORM TACKLING (DOC NELSON) WITH A BAG / PARTNER
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ARMS COCKED
PUNCH
GRAB CLOTH
“Z” IN KNEE
ROLL HIPS
• LIVE FORM TACKLING
– SHED & TACKLE
• 5 YARD LINE
5 YARD LINE
LINEBACKER DRILLS
• STUD & WILL
– PEEL DRILL (BLOCKING SCHEMES
• MAC & MIKE
– STEER DRILL (REDUCED FRONTS)
LINEBACKER DRILLS
• PASS COVERAGE
– ZONE
• DROPS WITH CONES
• ½ SHELL = COMBO ROUTES AND 7 ON 7
• READ 2-1 OR 3-2
• 2ND STEP – HEAD TO QB
• KNOW YOUR THREATS
• KNOW THE HOT ZONES
LINEBACKER DRILLS
• PASS COVERAGE
– MAN TO MAN
• TE / SLOT / RB
– TACKLE AFTER CATCH
LINEBACKER DRILLS
• BLITZES
– SLALOM
– EDGE
– INTERIOR WITH BAGS = DIP & RIP
DB DRILLS
• DAILY MUSTS
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STANCE
10 YARD BACKPEDAL HALF SPEED
10 YARD BACKPEDAL FULL SPEED
10 YARD SPEED BACKPEDAL
BACKPEDAL – BREAK ON INDICATOR (T-STEP, DOUBLE BREAK)
BACKPEDAL – OPEN HIPS STRIAGHT LINE
BACKPEDAL – OPEN HIPS AND RUN
BACKPEDAL – OPEN HIPS 45 / 45 / SPEED TURN
BACKPEDAL – OPEN HIPS 45 / 45 / BREAK ON ROUTE
BACKPEDAL WEAVE
M DRILL
DB DRILLS
• BALL DRILLS
– BACKPEDAL – STRAIGHT AT QB
– BACKPEDAL – 45 BREAK ON QB INDICATOR
– BACKPEDAL – 45 TO FADES ON QB INDICATOR
– TIP DRILL (USE MORE FOR FUN)
– WR / DB ATTACK BALL AT HIGHEST POINT
– 2 WR INDICATOR BREAKS
– 3 DEEP BOMB DRILL / R2 BOMB DRILL
DB DRILLS
• R2 DRILLS
– HALF LINE (KEYS)
– HALF LINE (BREAKS)
– FULL SECONDARY (KEYS)
– FULL SECONDARY (BREAKS)
DB DRILLS
• DUECE COVERAGE DRILLS
– HALF LINE (KEYS)
– HALF LINE (1/2 FIELD COVERAGE)
– HALF LINE (FIRE – BALL HAWK)
– FULL SECONDARY (KEYS)
– FULL SECONDARY (1/2 FIELD COVERAGE)
– FULL SECONDARY (FIRE – BALL HAWK)
DB DRILLS
• MAN TO MAN DRILLS
– TEACH MAN TECHNIQUE (TIGHT, LOOSE)
– 1 ON 1 VS RECEIVERS
• CERTAIN ROUTES, ROUTE REGONITION, HARDEST ROUTES TO
COVER MAN TO MAN
– TEACH BREAK POINTS
• DIFFERENT FOR EACH TEAM (5 YDS, 10 YDS, 12 YDS…)
D.LINE DRILLS
• STANCE = COMFORTABLE BALANCED
– STAY LOW = ATTACK NEAR HIP OF O-LINEMAN
– STAY SQUARE = ATTACK AND USE HANDS
– EYES UP = CONTROL GAP
– QUICK 2-3 STEP MOVE
– FIND THE FOOTBALL = REDIRECT
D.LINE DRILLS
• BAGS
– STANCE
– STANCE
– STANCE
– STANCE
– STANCE
(FRONTS)
(ATTACK STEPS)
(STUNTS)
(CHANGE OF DIRECTION)
(REDIRECTION, SCOOP & SCORE)
• SLED = HANDS
• PARTNER = HANDS
D.LINE DRILLS
• GO TECHNIQUE (PASS RUSH)
• FORM TACKLE OUT OF STANCE
• CONTAIN / OUTSIDE FREE
• PASS RUSH LANE
3-5-3 DEFENSE: OVERVIEW, INSTALLATION, DRILLS
Tim Racki – Head Football Coach
Nazareth Academy, La Grange Park, IL
[email protected]
708-354-0061 x166