QB Pre-Snap Reads

Report
Sprint Passing Concepts
Schemes, reads, footwork and
mechanics for success in roll passing
game.
Scheme
Our sprint passes are intended to
attack one sideline of the field
with vertical routes at different
depths are used to attack and
playside the dog and corner.
Scheme
That Means:
• QB will sprint toward one side of the formation
with the goal of getting outside the tackle.
• The QB should become a running threat as well
as a passing threat in sprint passes.
• WR routes must be run to create the spacing that
is needed to pressure a defense.
• Line protections will reach to the side of the play.
Footwork / Coaching Points
• Shotgun
L
• Footwork Shown
R
R
– 3 step roll + sprint
– “Turn the corner” and
attack
L
– Start like Roll
– Come downhill
– Close shoulders to the
target
– Present a running threat
Footwork / Coaching Points
• Under Center
– 5 step roll +
sprint
– “Turn the
corner”
• Footwork shown
– Make sure to
close your
shoulders to the
target
– Attack the
defense
L
R
Pre-Snap Read
• Assess coverage.
– What is the safeties job?
– What is the corners job?
• How does this combination stress his responsibilities?
– What is the dog’s job?
• What throwing lanes might he take away? Where will the
space be?
• Blitzes?
– Think through where you will go with the ball if a
backer leaves an area.
• Don’t over think it. Attack.
Post-Snap Reads
• Progression Read
– Almost identical to the Roll passes.
• Low / High / Inside: Read the corner low to high then
inside to crossers.
• High / Low / Inside: Read the corner low to high then
inside to crossers.
– For example: Sidelines (9 / 4 / 2q)
• Read the 9 route down the sidelines. If the corner
doesn’t go back on the first step, throw the 9 rt. If he
does run with the 9, come down to the underneath
routes 4 and 2q routes.
Playside Routes
When a play is called (ex. Sidelines Rt), all the receivers on the
playside (ex. Rt) execute the numbers on the card (ex. 9 / 4 / 2q)
9
4
2q
Backside Routes
All receivers on the backside of the call (left in this example) carry
out the predetermined backside routes. Those are: 7c / 3c
7c
3c
Post-Snap Reads
• Progression Read (cont.)
– These reads are set up to happen in a natural line
of site and are timed with the drop
• The QB should never be looking left, right, left or look
left throw right.
• Always right to left / left to right and high to low / low
to high or a combination of the two (See example on
next slide)
Progression Read Example:
4th
Read
1st
Read
3rd
Read
Note: This read is outside in
or right to left
2nd
Read
Plays
• There are three base plays in the Roll portion of
our offense.
• Roll Plays:
– Sidelines
– Spacing
– Wheel
• Player Routes
– Similar to the quick plays, players are assigned routes
that change if they are the #1, #2, or #3 receiver.
– Backside routes are always 7c / 3c / 1d regardless of
the play called to the playside

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