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  1. OPTION FOOTBALLFROM THE DOUBLE WING

  2. Introduction • An opportunity to expand your offensive system with a unique play • Option adds a new dimension to your offense; attacks perimeter & eliminates one block • Provides a complete package - base play, counter & pass offense • Forces the defense to account for a broader attack & forces assignment football

  3. Definition & Typesof Option Football • Lead Option - QB - Pitch back - Lead back

  4. LEAD OPTION - QB - Pitch Back & Lead Back to block

  5. Definition & Typesof Option Football • Lead Option • Speed Option - QB - Pitch back - no lead back

  6. SPEED OPTION - No Lead Back

  7. Definition & Typesof Option Football • Lead Option • Speed Option • Dive Option - QB - Dive Back - Pitch back -

  8. DIVE OPTION - dive back followed by keep/ pitch off DE

  9. Advantages of Option Football • Utilizes athleticism of the QB

  10. Advantages of Option Football • Utilizes athleticism of QB • Eliminates one defender with the QB “read”

  11. DE is eliminated as QB keeps or pitches.

  12. Advantages of Option Football • Utilizes athleticism of QB • QB eliminates one defender with the “read” • Tight OL splits of DW get ball on the edge quickly • Forces defense to play assignment football • Provides good blitz control

  13. Tight Line Splits Constrict Defense & Pitch Gets to Edge

  14. Disadvantages of Option Football • Potential for errant pitch • Lack of conventional DE play may make option impractical

  15. QB’s footwork at the snap QB’s footwork (drop step vs. reverse piviot) Path to the pitch key Double Option Basics

  16. QB’s path to DE - INTOthe LOS - not parallel

  17. QB’s Reverse Pivot Footwork

  18. QB’s footwork QB’s path to EMLOS Pitch back’s path Double Option (Lead or Speed)

  19. QB’s footwork QB’s path to EMLOS Pitch back’s path Pitch relationship Double Option (Lead or Speed)

  20. QB’s footwork QB’s path to EMLOS Pitch back’s path Pitch relationship Lead blocker (Lead Option) Double Option (Lead or Speed)

  21. QB Technique & Mechanics • C/QB exchange

  22. QB Technique & Mechanics • C/QB exchange • Footwork to “Pitch Key” (as discussed above)

  23. QB Technique & Mechanics • C/QB exchange • Footwork to “Pitch Key” • Technique of read: • eyes on EMLOS immediately; ID the pitch key • ball at sternum level • attack inside hip of pitch key • don’t get too close to EMLOS • once you decide to pitch, look pitch in to the pitch back

  24. QB Technique & Mechanics • C/QB exchange • Footwork to “Pitch Key” • Technique of read

  25. Pitch Mechanics & the Act of Making the Pitch • “Thumbs down” pitch; • Pop elbow to locked out position; • Short jab step in direction of pitch; • Look ball in to pitch back; • Tuck off-side shoulder as pitch is made to take any contact by DE; • Rib pads

  26. Pitch Back Technique • Footwork (motion - no motion)

  27. Pitch Back Technique • Footwork (motion - no motion) • Depth & width - catch up to QB, get on outside hip and maintain pitch relationship

  28. Pitch Back Technique • Footwork (motion - no motion) • Depth & width • Relaxed back arm

  29. Pitch Back Technique • Footwork (motion/no motion) • Depth & width • Relaxed back arm • Eyes on the pitch key initially - then eyes on QB

  30. Pitch Back Technique • Footwork (motion/no motion) • Depth & width • Relaxed back arm • Eyes on the pitch key initially • Duty to maintain pitch relationship • Against “hard end” get back shoulder open

  31. Pitch Path & Pitch Relationship

  32. Defensive End Play • Boxing DE (a la Gap Air Mirror)

  33. Defensive End Play • Crashing DE - (‘hard’ DE) - pitch “right now” !!

  34. Defensive End Play Crashing DE - “LOAD” play

  35. OFFENSIVE LINE PLAY • Double Option Leaves End Man Unblocked • Various Schemes to block this: • G.O.D. • G.O.L. • O.I.L. • Counting Method • SAB (????) • No need to change your usual scheme

  36. Double Option vs. 53 (Counting Defenders -0-1-2-3)

  37. Double Option vs. 6-2

  38. QB DRILLS & SKILL WORK

  39. SupplementalOption Offense