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As far as our rules and progression alignment to this wish bone – power I. Our rules and progression, number 1, we’re going to read the near receiver, so as you can see on the left hand side over here our corner and our strong safety are going to read our tight end. and in a combo between 1 and 2. Alright so we’re gonna read him, is he inside releasing, you know pass, is he outside releasing the pass? Is he down blocking, is he base blocking, that’s their read there. Mike and Will, their man is going to be #3, which is the fullback in this case and that’s their read there, also for their read steps for run key. Our free safety, he’s given a… he’s giving a sky call to corner, and he’s reading #2 and our corner is reading #1. So you can see just to kind of start and go through it. Read the near receiver, he’s your key for run or pass. 2, determine who’s the force player, alright, who is the fill player and who is the deep player here.
Knowing the man, but who is the deep player. 3, Safeties give a cloud or sky call. Over here on the left, because it’s a tight alignment we’re giving a cloud call so corners force, cloud means corner is force. Outside linebacker’s the fill player and safeties the deep force or a late fill player or a late alley player. Ok. A sky is here on the right because of width, there is width out here, alright so sky means outside linebacker force, alright, safety is gonna be the fill player and then the corners the deep or season man cover, he’s a second contain player or a late contain player, if you take away half that task and all of that. What we want to do is, we want to make it look like cover 2 and in this case, because our free safeties on the back, he can drop down from 10 down to you know to gain a point wherever you want him, you know you can drop him down to 7 or 8 or you can get, some people call like a fox alignment and drop him down here in a box at 5 yards of the line of scrimmage. It’s pretty much up to you, leaves you, you can decide what you want to do there. Alright, run support, if we’re getting to a tight end side, just a tight end numb just say 3 backs and a back fill, our run support… our run flow to the tight end, our corner’s the force player, alright so our normal technique there for our corner, we’re reading our tight end our #1 and we’re gonna give a little shuffle read step, alright 3 little shuffle steps. So like buzzing your feet like a strong safety, roll down strong safety when cover through. We’re buzzing our feet, little shuffle step there, and we see run base block by the tight end and we’re going to come up and we’re gonna force play. Outside linebacker, he’s the fill player so what he’s gonna do is obviously he’s gonna play off the block. If its a reach block he’s gonna fly across the face but he’s not trying to contain it. He’s the force player, he’s the fill player, corner’s the force. If we’ve got a tight end down block, of course he’s squeezing’ normally we wrong arm anything you know there. If we get a base block we just plain off the block and handle in this area. Our safety’s reading a tight end also if we get base block or down block or reach block he’s gonna… of course he’s a slow pedal we talked about it a little bit, he’s a slow pedal, he sees the tight end engaging on the outside backer. he’s going to plant and redirect up in here as a late fill player, ok. On the other side, excuse me, on the back side the mike and will are just flow, you know we’re playing depending on the front, at B to C gap, back side, you know playing the cut back will. Outside backer, he’s reading through the tackle to the near back, flow away, alright so he’s got the scoop here, flow this way. He’s going to shuffle down a line of scrimmage, alright slow what BCR, bootleg, counter and reverse, that’s what he’s looking for. So he’s gonna just shuffle down a line of scrimmage, keep the scrimmage, keep your shoulders square, bootleg-counter-reverse. we tell the kids, just think that to yourself, bootleg-counter-reverse, squeeze down. and when he sees no bootleg possibility, you know guard pulling back to him, no counter backside guard, no reverse, ok then he’s gonna do a trail technique. We’re gonna squeeze and then trail in as deep as the ball or deep as the deepest back and play that from there. Our backside safety’s using the sky technique. His man’s going away, he’s gonna shuffle down from 10 down to say 8, let’s say. Alright he flows away, alright he’s gonna work his way back here for bootleg-counter-reverse and that cutback play.