Defensive Coordinators seeing more and more 10 personnel, Trips formations. Just when you think the Spread philosophy may have reached it’s peak, it… spreads… a little more.
On this episode of the Joe Daniel Football Quick Clinic, I’m answering a listener question about defending sprint outs and roll out to the Trips side, with a running back helping to protect the Quarterback.
This is a dangerous situation. If you don’t do anything, the QB can pull it down and run. He’s often the most athletic guy on the field, and we don’t want him running free with the football. Or having all day to find an open receiver.
Then there’s the alternative. Bring up the wrong guy, and you could be leaving a receiver wide open down the field for an easy catch and a huge gain. That’s no good, either.
How do we handle it? Listen to this episode for our rules on defending roll outs and sprint out passing from The 4-2-5 Defense System. It’s a simple run that will keep your defense sound against a tough look.
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