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  1. Loose Passing Game FundamentalsInYouth Double Wing Jack Gregory © 2009 6th DWS Frisco, TX

  2. Why use the loose passing game Loose receiver rules for alignment Basic rules for receivers Basic rules for passer Formations Uncovered Concept Using the FLOOD concepts in the LOOSE (Power Pass) Vertical concepts Soft perimeter concepts The PIPE READ PIPE READ concepts Conclusion Overview

  3. Run Power Stupid! Don’t forget why you run the Double Wing. We run what we run to run power off tackle.

  4. Basic Receiver Rules • Inside foot is up if you are slot or split end. Feet are staggered with a shoulder width length between inside foot heel and outside foot toe. • You are looking inside until ball is snapped so you can see QB. This is so he can confirm that you see and acknowledge any audible. • Facemask is over the nose and arms are cocked and below chin. • Slot must align his inside foot to the toe of the outside foot of the SE. In the case of bubble and wheel routes he can align up to 1 yard deep behind the outside foot of the SE. He aligns 2 to 3 yards away from the SE. • LOOSE SE aligns 8 to 15 yards depending on play. Any running play they align 12 to 15 yards out. Any outside or vertical passing route align 8 to 10 yards. Any inside passing route align 12 to 15 yards. • SE must always check with the LINE JUDE

  5. Basic Receiver Rules Correct

  6. Basic Receiver Rules

  7. Basic Release Rules • Normal vertical release if your route goes inside you must step with your outside foot aiming at the outside toe of the defender then climb inside hard after you flash your head and shoulder outside. If your route is outside the outside foot aims for the defender’s inside toe of the defender then climb outside hard after you flash your head and shoulder inside. • If the route uses a radical outside release your outside foot must drive to the sideline with the toe pointed up field as your inside arm sweeps outside to clear any chuck by a defender (defender is soft don’t worry about it accelerate your arms). On your third step (outside foot) go vertical ASAP. Leave a 5 to 7 yards cushion to the sideline. • If the route uses a radical inside release your outside foot will jab step inside as your outside arm sweeps inside (rip) to clear any chuck by defender. (defender is soft or not there don’t worry about it accelerate your arms). After you jab step accelerate with your inside foot then your outside at a 30 degree angle on your fourth step at 30 degrees immediately go vertical aiming at the near hip of the near safety. • For non-vertical routes we use foot steps so it is imperative they get into a inside foot up stance.

  8. Basic Passer Rules • At pre-snap check both sides and be consistent when doing so. • Confirm any audible by checking both sides. Loose pair will acknowledge by touching face mask or top of helmet quickly (both receivers). • Any pass whether roll out/bootleg or 3 step drop on the first step the ball will always go to the QB’s belly. • Second step the ball always goes to the ear and he gets his eyes on his key (LOW for HIGH/LOW, PIPE, or TOP OF CENTER’S HAT). • Roll/Boot he must get at least 5 to 7 yards of depth and once he passes the EMLOS’s outside hip he must get vertical and get his belt buckle pointed at the path he intends to throw too. Same for direct snap. • All Perimeter passes: Under center he will execute a spin and set drop (3 steps and throw). • All Perimeter passes: Direct snap he will secure the ball to the belly then set his body and feet to throw as fast as possible .

  9. Basic Passer Rules

  10. Basic Passer Rules

  11. Formations TIGHT FORMATION: Base formation LOOSE concept is primarily used to force the defense to align their CB and OLB wide or CB and Safety. In both cases this further isolates the defense away from our primary point of attack in our running game (WB POWER). TRIPS/BUNCH to further apply stress to the defense and force to them to cover our three with three defenders and often a fourth in the safety once we prove the passing game is viable. SHIFT is a direct snap variation of the tight formation. It allows us to also to give the QB a better passing angle with additional time to make his read. STAR is another direct snap variation of the tight formation.. It allows us to get our BB involved in the power running game as well as the above for the QB.

  12. Tight Tight Tight Loose Tight Over Tight Loose Over

  13. Tight Tight On Tight Offset Tight On Over Tight On Over Offset

  14. Tight Tight Bunch Tight Over Bunch LWB – SE - RWB LWB – SE – RWB Tight Trips Tight Trips Over BB – RWB – SE BB – RWB – SE

  15. Shift Shift Shift Loose Shift Over Shift Loose Over (Spread)

  16. Shift Shift Bunch Shift Over Bunch LWB – SE - RWB LWB – SE – RWB QB- BB QB- BB Shift Trips Shift Trips Over LWB – RWB – SE LWB – RWB – SE QB- BB QB- BB

  17. Star Star Star Loose LWB – RWB – SE LWB – SE – RWB BB - QB BB - QB Star Over Star Loose Over LWB – SE – RWB LWB – RWB – SE BB - QB BB - QB

  18. Star Star Bunch Star Bunch Over LWB – SE – RWB LWB – SE – RWB BB - QB BB - QB Star Trips Star Trips Over LWB – RWB – SE LWB – RWB – SE BB - QB BB - QB

  19. Comet Comet Comet Loose BB – LWB – RWB BB – LWB RWB – SE QB QB Comet Over Comet Loose Over BB – LWB – RWB BB – LWB RWB – SE QB QB

  20. Comet Comet Trips Comet Trips Over LWB – BB RWB – SE LWB – BB RWB – SE QB QB Comet Bunch Comet Bunch Over LWB – BB – SE – RWB LWB – BB – SE – RWB QB QB

  21. Uncovered Rule • Loose pair: Any time there is only one defender within 10 yards of the pair we are uncovered. We will call ROOK (RIGHT)/ LOOK (LEFT). On any running play or passing play the pair and the QB will immediately revert to ROOK/LOOK. The SE will drop his inside foot and get his belt buckle facing the QB. The SLOT will get position and block the MOST DANGEROUS MAN to the SE. • Trips/Bunch: Any time there is only two defenders within 10 yards of the three receivers we are uncovered. We will call ROOK/LOOK. The first receiver inside will face the passer and get the reception will both remaining receivers will block MDM to the uncovered receiver.

  22. Uncovered Rule Receivers blocking must get into a position to pick off the defenders so that the receiver can get into space and vertical ASAP. Receiver must secure the ball and find daylight and climb up field ASAP. Get as much as you can quickly.

  23. Flood Concept Routes • Flood concepts are composed of three receiver grouping that are compressed initially allowing our receivers to utilize natural rubs as they cross each other to break away from any man defender. It also allows us to flood zones in the case of zone coverage concepts. • Common components: • Vertical release by one receiver to pin the near safety deep and allow us to have a vertical threat if the defense does not honor the vertical route (either playing Cover 0 or seeing the SAFETY vacate his deep coverage to play run/perimeter pass). • A perimeter release using a rub and crossing action into the flat for a high percentage throw and force a defender to cover down the flat. • Hook or Middle zone route that allows the passer to put the ball down field in front of him. • All bunch concepts have a primary LOW to HIGH READ.

  24. Power Route Patterns POWER ROUTE Loose pair aligns 8 to 10 yards from EMLOS or TIGHT/SHIFT/STAR/COMET SE takes a radical release outside and then goes vertical. He must keep a 5 to 7 yard cushion to the sideline. At 15 yards he turns and looks for the ball. SLOT release up field for 8 steps and cut at 90 degrees to the sideline. Look for the ball on your outside shoulder. BB crossover step and aim for path through the EMLOS’s near hip. Every attempt should be made to cross the face of the defensive EMLOS to cut off his initial move into the backfield and give the BSWB time to make his LOG/SEAL block. QB reads PEEK TO VERTICAL: LOW TO HIGH (FLAT to OUT).

  25. Fade Route Patterns FADE ROUTE Loose pair aligns 8 to 10 yards from EMLOS or TIGHT/SHIFT/STAR/COMET SE runs a outside release fly route. Look for ball after gaining 15 yards; eyes inside. If near the sideline keep a 5 to 7 yard cushion for the ball to drop in. Slot runs a inside release hash route. (split cover 2 in the middle and near hip of cover 1) Look for ball after gain 15 yards of depth with eyes inside. BSWB rip action as if sweep (cross over) get depth behind the BB and as you pass the SLOT’s inside heel (SP) turn up field and look inside for the ball. QB reads LOW TO HIGH (FLAT to FLY). This is a great route to run against perimeter defender either flying up field with the FLY route and vacating flat or perimeter defenders playing run off the BSWB’s action. You can audible MOFO from sideline to tell the QB and SLOT that the MOFO.

  26. Corner Route Patterns CORNER ROUTE Loose pair aligns 8 to 10 yards from EMLOS or TIGHT/SHIFT/STAR/COMET SE takes a vertical release and cuts at 45 degrees at 8 steps and looks for ball over outside shoulder ISR runs a shoot route through the far heel of the SE. As soon as he clears SE he gets a little depth past LOS (1 to 2 yards) and looks for ball over outside shoulder. OSR squeeze down one step and let the ISR break through outside HEEL of SE then aim for inside heel of SE at 45 degrees. Get to the LB depth and sit inside with belt buckle facing QB. If ball does not come in that moment break to outside and find space for QB to put ball in. QB reads LOW TO HIGH (SHOOT to CORNER). SIT is hot if you see pressure in your face…he is your outlet over SHOOT.

  27. Stick Route Patterns STICK ROUTE Loose pair aligns 6 to 8 yards from EMLOS or TIGHT/SHIFT/STAR/COMET SE runs a outside release fly route. Look for ball after gaining 15 yards; eyes inside. If near the sideline keep a 5 to 7 yard cushion for the ball to drop in. SLOT radical outside release run shoot to sideline. Look for ball over outside shoulder. You should get 1 to 2 yards across the LOS as you shoot. Your job is to pull the slot defender the sideline with you to create space for ISR. ISR take a vertical release up field for 6 steps then cut at 90 degrees and get your eyes over your outside shoulder for the ball. QB PEEK to vertical if open throw him open. READ OUTSIDE TO INSIDE…SHOOT to BENCH. As soon as you see space throw the ball.

  28. Wheel Route Patterns WHEEL ROUTE Loose pair aligns 8 to 10 yards from EMLOS or TIGHT/SHIFT/STAR/COMET ISR takes a release through the outside heel of the SE gains a little width and then goes vertical. Look for ball on outside shoulder at 15 yards. OSR squeeze down one step and let the ISR break through outside HEEL of SE then aim for inside heel of SE at 45 degrees. Get to the LB depth and sit inside with belt buckle facing QB. If ball does not come in that moment break to outside and find space for QB to put ball in. QB reads LOW TO HIGH (FLAT to OUT). FLY can be tagged to end of play to tell him to throw the vertical initially but eventual

  29. Vertical Routes • The vertical routes are exactly that two basic patterns that allow us to get our loose pair up field into the deep middle and deep out. The QB is taught two methods of throwing these routes based on ability and experience. • On his set step he throws the ball ahead of the outside receiver so that it falls ahead of the receiver and to his outside between his shoulder and the sideline. The receiver has to keep a 5 to 7 yards cushion between his outside shoulder and the sideline. (throw him open) • The QB will make a pre-snap read – MOFO/MOFC (middle of the field open/middle of the field closed). If MOFO he throws to the HASH route by throwing ahead of the receiver to an open space that is on the inside shoulder of the HASH receiver. If MOFC he throws as if 1). • MOFO is Cover 0, 2, and 4. MOFC is Cover 1 and 3. • These routes are used to force defense to defend the big play. They are not high percentage completion routes but they allow us to place a vertical threat component on the defense that has to be honored. Most youth teams are man this means we force two if not three defenders to vacate run and play pass.

  30. Vertical Route Patterns FLY ROUTE Loose pair aligns 8 to 10 from EMLOS. SE runs a outside release fly route. Look for ball after gaining 15 yards; eyes inside. If near the sideline keep a 5 to 7 yard cushion for the ball to drop in. Slot runs a inside release hash route. (split cover 2 in the middle and near hip of cover 1) Look for ball after gain 15 yards of depth with eyes inside. QB pre-snap check MOFO (cover 2/4) or MOFC (cover 1/3) MOFO throw to SLOT on inside shoulder open. MOFC throw to SE on outside shoulder open. SIDELINE AUDIBLE - FLY

  31. Vertical Route Patterns CROSS ROUTE Loose pair aligns 8 to 10 from EMLOS. SE runs inside release hash route. (split cover 2 in the middle and near hip of cover 1) Look for ball after gaining 15 yards of depth with eyes inside. Slot runs a radical release through the near hip of the SE as soon as he clears he goes vertical. Look for ball at 15 yards to with eyes inside. Keep a 5 to 7 yard cushion to sideline. QB pre-snap check MOFO (cover 2/4) or MOFC (cover 1/3) MOFO throw to SLOT on inside shoulder open. MOFC throw to SE on outside shoulder open. SIDELINE AUDIBLE - CROSS

  32. Soft Perimeter Routes Soft perimeter is a perimeter with one or two defenders playing soft (6 or more yards off the receiver) or at least one defenders (typically the slot defender) vacating his pass responsibility to play run or apply pressure. This gives us the ability to use one receiver to block the remaining defender while our remaining receiver catches the ball behind the LOS, finds daylight, and gets vertical as quickly as possible. These routes allow us to make simple throws into the perimeter when we have a numbers advantage in space for a small moment of time. The SLIP route is the easiest of the two routes to run because the SE is running at the QB where as the BUBBLE is a little more complicated route to run because it requires the SLOT to get depth and space from the QB and then get his belt buckle pointed at the QB and stay flat so that the QB can get the ball to him. It is critical in my opinion to be able to throw both well to take advantage of whatever the defense is doing on the perimeter.

  33. Soft Perimeter Route Patterns SLIP ROUTE Loose pair aligns 10 to 15 from EMLOS. SE drops his inside foot gains deep under slot and gets his belt buckle facing QB. He should explode inside as he gains depth and then glide inside. After he catches the ball he gets vertical quickly. Peek to outside and if it is open get there. Slot release and gain space on the MOST DANGEROUS MAN to SE. Get between him and the SE and the block him as he goes to the SE. This is a position block like a basketball pick. QB turn, set, and throw ball to up field shoulder of SE so he can climb and go vertical. Used when we have a soft slot defender or a defender vacating pass to apply pressure or attack run. Can be sideline audible – “SLIP”

  34. Slip Pattern

  35. Slip Pattern

  36. Slip Pattern

  37. Soft Perimeter Route Patterns BUBBLE ROUTE Loose pair aligns 8 to 10 from EMLOS. SE release and gain space on the MOST DANGEROUS MAN to SLOT. Get between him and the SLOT and then block him as he goes to the SLOT. This is a position block like a basketball pick. SLOT drop inside foot to outside take one more step then whip hips around so that belly button faces QB and he floats flat towards boundary until the ball is caught. As soon as he does he goes vertical to first day light. QB turn, set, and throw ball to up field shoulder of SLOT so he can climb and go vertical. Used when we have a soft outside defender or a defender vacating pass to apply pressure or attack run . Can be sideline audible – “BUBBLE”

  38. Bubble Patterns

  39. PIPE READ Perimeter Routes These are simple half field perimeter concepts that allow us to isolate our receivers against two or less defenders on the perimeter. Soft perimeter is a perimeter with one or two defenders playing soft (6 or more yards off the receiver) or at least one defenders (typically the slot defender) vacating his pass responsibility to play run or apply pressure. These routes allow us to make simple throws into the perimeter when we have a numbers advantage in space for a small moment of time. If the Pipe is empty throw it now!!!

  40. PIPE READ Perimeter Route Patterns FADE-OUT ROUTE Loose pair aligns 8 to 10 from EMLOS (tight). SE takes a radical release outside and then goes vertical. He must keep a 5 to 7 yard cushion to the sideline. At 15 yards he turns and looks for the ball. SLOT explosive release up field for FOUR steps , plant on inside foot and cut at 90 degrees to sideline. As soon as cut is made look for the ball on your outside shoulder. As soon as you secure the ball go vertical QB reads 5 x 5 pipe any defender in that pipe throw to the vertical route immediately. If PIPE is open throw to the SPEED OUT RIGHT NOW! COVER 0 /1/ 2

  41. PIPE READ Perimeter Route Patterns FADE-OUT ROUTE Loose pair aligns 8 to 10 from EMLOS (tight). SE takes a radical release outside for 3 steps then climbs for 7 steps cuts at 45 degrees inside for 2 steps and cuts down and inside for 2 steps and settles with his belt buckle facing QB. If ball does not come then float inside and find and open space. SLOT explosive release up field for FOUR steps , plant on inside foot and cut at 90 degrees to sideline. As soon as cut is made look for the ball on your outside shoulder. As soon as you secure the ball go vertical. QB reads 5 x 5 pipe any defender in that pipe throw to the curl route immediately and put it on the shoulder away from the defender. If PIPE is open throw to the SPEED OUT RIGHT NOW! COVER 2/3/4

  42. PIPE READ Perimeter Route Patterns DUMP ROUTE Loose pair aligns 8 to 10 from EMLOS (tight). SE takes a radical release outside and then goes vertical. He must keep a 5 to 7 yard cushion to the sideline. At 15 yards he turns and looks for the ball. SLOT take a radical release towards the near heel of the SE and on the third step cut back inside at 45 degrees up field and look over the inside shoulder as soon as the cut is made. QB reads 5 x 5 pipe any defender in that pipe throw to the vertical route immediately. If PIPE is open throw to the SLANT RIGHT NOW! COVER 0 /1/ 2/ 3/ 4

  43. PIPE READ Perimeter Route Patterns SMASH ROUTE Loose pair aligns 8 to 10 from EMLOS. SE release three steps vertically and on the third step cut inside and face the QB. Belt buckle must point at QB. If the ball does not come in the next second cut inside and run flat as you look for ball over your inside shoulder. SLOT release vertically up field for eight steps cut at 45 degrees to outside looking over outside shoulder for ball. QB reads 5 x 5 pipe any defender in that pipe throw to the vertical route immediately. If PIPE is open throw to the HITCH RIGHT NOW! COVER 0 /1/ 2

  44. PIPE READ Perimeter Route Patterns WHEEL ROUTE Loose pair aligns 8 to 10 from EMLOS. SE radical release inside as soon as he cuts and climbs (30 degrees) . Look for the ball as soon as you cut. When you secure it get vertical ASAP. SLOT runs a radical release through the near hip of the SE as soon as he clears he goes vertical. Look for ball at 15 yards to with eyes inside. Keep a 5 to 7 yard cushion to sideline. QB reads 5 x 5 pipe any defender in that pipe throw to the vertical route immediately. If PIPE is open throw to the SLANT RIGHT NOW! COVER 0 /1/ 2

  45. PIPE READ Perimeter Route Patterns SLAM ROUTE Loose pair aligns 12 to 15 yards from EMLOS. SE drops his inside foot gains depth under slot and gets his belt buckle facing QB. He should explode inside as he gains depth and then glide inside. After he catches the ball he gets vertical quickly. Peek to outside and if it is open get there. SLOT release vertically for 3 steps up field on the third step cut at 45 degrees inside and on the fourth step cut outside at 45 degrees towards the sideline. Look over the outside shoulder for the ball. QB reads 5 x 5 pipe any defender in that pipe throw to the vertical route immediately. If PIPE is open throw to the SLIP RIGHT NOW! Solid GOAL LINE ROUTE PATTERN COVER 0 /1/ 2/ 3/ 4

  46. PIPE READ Perimeter Route Patterns SWING ROUTE Loose pair aligns 8 to 10 from EMLOS. SE releases vertically up field for 3 steps and cuts on the third step at 45 degrees inside and up field. He looks over his inside shoulder as soon as the cut is made. SLOT drop inside foot to outside take one more step then whip hips around so that belly button faces QB and he floats flat towards boundary until the ball is caught. As soon as he does he goes vertical to first day light. QB reads 5 x 5 pipe any defender in that pipe throw to the vertical route immediately. If PIPE is open throw to the BUBBLE RIGHT NOW! Solid GOAL LINE ROUTE PATTERN COVER 0 /1/ 2/ 3/ 4

  47. PIPE READ Perimeter Route Patterns SHORT ROUTE Loose pair aligns 12 to 15 yards from EMLOS. SE radical release inside as soon as he cuts and climbs (30 degrees) . Look for the ball as soon as you cut. When you secure it get vertical ASAP. SLOT releases vertically up field for 3 steps and cuts on the third step at 45 degrees inside and up field. He looks over his inside shoulder as soon as the cut is made. QB reads 5 x 5 pipe any defender in that pipe throw to the slant route immediately. If PIPE is open throw to the QUICK SLANT RIGHT NOW! Solid GOAL LINE ROUTE PATTERN COVER 0 /1/ 2/ 3/ 4

  48. PIPE READ Perimeter Route Patterns PLANO ROUTE Loose pair aligns 8 to 10 yards from EMLOS. SE take a radical release inside at 30 degrees and climb to 5 to 6 yards then cut inside and sit down with your belt buckle facing the QB. If the ball does not come in the next few moments work inside if the QB is in the pocket. If he rolls you work outside and in either case stay flat. If you get the ball secure it then get vertical. SLOT release up field for 8 steps and cut at 90 degrees to the sideline. Look for the ball on your outside shoulder. QB reads 5 x 5 pipe any defender in that pipe throw to the OUT route immediately. If PIPE is open throw to the SIT RIGHT NOW! COVER 0 /1/ 2 / 3/ 4

  49. PIPE READ Perimeter Route Patterns ALLEN ROUTE Loose pair aligns 8 to 10 yards from EMLOS. SE take a 3 step release on the third step cut at 90 degrees. As soon as you cut get your eyes on the QB. SLOT take a radical release inside and then climb at 30 degrees until you reach the LB depth then cut and go vertical up the seam. Look over your outside shoulder. QB reads 5 x 5 pipe any defender in that pipe throw to the vertical route immediately. If PIPE is open throw to the SPEED IN RIGHT NOW!

  50. Questions? Contact Info: coachgregory@live.com My Website: www.gregorydoublewing.com