In a previous JDFB Quick Clinic, we talked about running Cover 2. Great coverage, but not used a whole lot today.
When you do see it, you need to know the weaknesses. Where should you attack Cover 2?
In this episode I mentioned the Umbrella. I said I'd link to something on it, but I lied because right now I don't have anything outside of JDFB Insiders on the Umbrella. I'll work on that.
My name was brought up in a thread on Coach Huey. I responded, but really didn't want to get into it too much. Not my thing.
However, I did think the topic was worth addressing. At least, it gives me a good topic for the Quick Clinic.
You don't see a lot of Cover 2 anymore. But some coaches swear by it.
The coverage was the primary coverage behind the original Miami 4-3 Defense with Jimmy Johnson in the 1980's.
That means it's worth taking a look at (they were really good).
Learn the advantages of cover 2 coverage. With JDFB Insider, you can learn how we use it today as part of our 4-2-5 Defense System: click here for details
Cover 3 seems simple... but do you know how to take advantage of it?
With the 3 deep, 4 under coverage there are holes. You need to know how to find them. Check it out in this podcast.
For a complete passing system to attack any coverage, you need The Pistol Power Offense System - available exclusively to JDFB Insider members.
Most of us are trying to stop the run, first. Win the game in the trenches.
Cover 3 is the best run-stopping coverage for most coaches. You can focus on the fundamentals with this simple, easy to install and effective coverage package.
The Cover 3 package is a key component of the 4-2-5 Defense System available exclusively for JDFB Insiders.
Simple question. Do you like 1 high or 2 high safeties? And a complex answer.
But I managed to get the full explanation in a nice neat package, on this week's Joe Daniel Football Quick Clinic!
Want to check out the complete 4-2-5 Defense System? It's available exclusively as part of your JDFB Insider Membership.
There's nothing more important in a football team than Trust.
Your players need to trust themselves. Trust one-another. And trust you as the coach.
It's the main focus behind our Max Motivation For Peak Performance course that is exclusively available inside our JDFB Insider membership.
Is your offensive playbook complete? Go through my checklist of pieces for any offensive playbook.
Receivers don't always understand how important it is to run perfect routes. They're used to the back yard football routes (where the QB doesn't have any pressure).
Some coaches teach yard depth. Others coach steps. Here's how we coach receivers to run precise routes.
Want more on our passing concepts? Check out The Pistol Power Offense in JDFB Insiders.
Unbalanced formations are tough. They change the game for the chess match coaches are playing.
The first challenge is getting your kids to recognize them. Then it's all in deciding how to adjust your alignment to take away the advantage.
Quick Passing is a cornerstone of nearly every offense. Stretch the field without getting your Quarterback killed.
In today's episode of The Joe Daniel Football Quick Clinic, we look at the 3-Step Drop, quick passing game. Hitches, slants and fades.
Want to learn more about Quick Passing and incorporating it into your offense? You need JDFB Insiders and The Pistol Power Offense System. Click here to find out how to get instant access now.
One of the easiest ways to fix problems on your offense or defense, is to adjust your alignment.
It's a cheap solution that takes no talent and little thought.
In this episode of The Joe Daniel Football Quick Clinic, we're looking at adjusting your alignment to solve problems.
Want details on adjustments for your Offensive or Defensive schemes? You need JDFB Insider. Click here to learn more.
Football is a tough sport. And an emotional one.
Sometimes our players get heated. Some more than others.
Sometimes our coaches get heated. We need a plan to deal with the situation!
In this episode of The Joe Daniel Football Quick Clinic, I'll talk about how to deal with that situation when your player has gone off the deep end. And how you can pull him back.
For in depth instruction on getting the most from your players, you need my Max Motivation for Peak Performance eCourse, available exclusively as part of JDFB Insiders membership. Click here to get Instant Access.
Coaches want to help everybody. But sometimes, you just can't do it.
There's a right time to remove a player from the team. And a right way to do it.
In this episode of The Joe Daniel Football Quick Clinic, I'll talk about when it's time to sacrifice one for the good of the herd.
Want to build a better foundation for your football team? Get the most out of your players? You need Max Motivation for Peak Performance, my complete eCourse available exclusively for JDFB Insiders. Click here to learn more
Kick out. Wrap to the backer. Trap block.
There's a lot of uses for pulling in your offensive scheme. Are you coaching your Offensive Linemen to pull correctly?
In today's episode of The Joe Daniel Football Quick Clinic, we're looking at the different variations of pulling and how to coach them for your Offensive Line.
Learn to build your offense and use these blocks in your scheme with The Pistol Power Offense System in JDFB Insider. Click here to learn more
Youth coaches as me all the time... "Can we do this at our level?"
Almost always, the answer is Yes! In today's Joe Daniel Football Quick Clinic I'll talk about what it takes to transfer your scheme from the High School level to Youth Football.
There are tons of youth coaches in JDFB Insider. Check it out
There's never enough practice time to get everything done. But there's a law of diminishing returns on your football practice. Stay too long, your team is just getting worse.
Listen to this episode of The Joe Daniel Football Quick Clinic for tips on getting the most out of your time on the field.
Joe Daniel Football Quick Clinic looks at how much you need to have in your 4-2-5 Defense Package.
In the 4-2-5 Defense System our JDFB Insiders get, there's a ton of information. Narrow it down to what your defense really needs to run.