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November 2000

November 2000


Robber

A great coverage scheme vs. spread offenses
Defensive Backs Coach, Temple University
© November 2000

With today's high-flying passing attacks getting all the national acclaim, here is quite arguably the finest mode of counter-attack. So many times defensive coordinators have to change their entire defensive package just to deal with a one dimensional aerial circus, but here is the way in which you can pressure their protection schemes, all the while baiting the quarterback to throw into a mine field known as Robber coverage. The following is an outline of the Robber coverage package we run at Temple and our positional checklist of fundamentals.

Our No. 1 coverage that we run with our eight-man fronts is Robber. The main reasons for running this coverage are as follows:

* Able to get FS to both sides of the ball.

* Able to get control of the TED on any vertical routes.

* Able to have immediate sky support from our two outsid....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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