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On our vertical we’ll still want our 790 play. Our x and z receivers are outside receivers; we run our verticals a little different. We’re like Texas Tech, we don’t catch the ball at highest point. We want to catch the ball below the outside shoulder. Our receivers must – particularly our z and z outside guys – they have to get an outside release on their defender and they gotta restack that guy and they gotta get back on top of these numbers. Their responsibility is the hold and grasp. It’s one of the numbers on the sideline. That’s their job: we want them to restack the defender, get the guy on his hip, get covered early and get open late. That might sound crazy. Some of you may have heard it before but we want to choke down about ninety percent of their route, their speed.
Let that guy get over there. We want to break off the last possible instance and catch that ball on the outside shoulder. The quarterback will throw you open. He’s gonna put that ball to the numbers to the sidelines and that grasp the receivers holding that’s when he catches it. So that’s the basic rules right there for the outside gap.
Our H and Y for inside receiver – our H and our two pack – will actually be the running back. Force our Ys our tight end tight kid and those guys they must gonna outside release they want to stay outside the hash and what they want to do is run a C 3 route and that’s a really particular route right there and we’ll talk about that more and hope you guys have some questions about that we tell them if you can beat safety over the top on your C read you gotta a two eye safety look or even a on eye you can run by that safety do it you can’t you want to throw it at eight to ten yards the window and settle and give the quarterback your eyes and we’ll throw a C read route to you. And then flip your hips and get up field okay the running back is our Elth he’s going to check the protection first soon as that’s over he’s gonna run an under route three to five yards deep over the football and spot up and give him his hands now if there’s man coverage he wants to break flat away from the defender. The guy takes on his right side breaks left and get flat or make a boogie to ball to get open you take off and you get the ball field and that is the zone coverage you either set still or give the quarterback your eyes that’s the rules okay and I just got a little example it’s kind of poor forgive me for the bad slide here probably but try to do the best you could being in line back one of our quarterbacks read here this we call our flex formation with our Y and Z on the right side and you can see our H just come from he’s always s gonna be on our left our Hs and he just moves from that inside receiver spot on the left to the running back spot in the backfield that’s all he does that’s just flex now if we were to move the Z over and put him open next to the X off the line then that one would just be flex twins we would call them so if you could put that in your head we’re gonna go over more stuff. From the quarterbacks read two the way we read our vertical is this quarterbacks if we’re under which we rarely throw a ninety form under center but if we do it’s a five step drop and if we’re in the guns a three step drop he’s just gonna gather our shuffle shover gather whatever those quarterbacks do three steps about seven yards deep he’s gonna pick a sign to read across the field that’s what his job is its pretty snap he’s gonna look to the side with the defensive player in the tightest and here’s his rules if it’s a tight pressed coverage pick the best match up the best match up we want to go outside inside check down versus tight pressed coverage best matchup if theirs sift coverage we want to you know or cover cover cover three look we want to work inside inside check down and when I say check down that’s running back stow it down to him but it solves own coverage those corners are playing off then we really don’t want to throw it to him you know bailing corners like that he could play the vertical routes really good on the outside.