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January 2008

January 2008


Utilizing Play Action Passes With in Your Offense

by: Charlie Stubbs
Former Offensive Coordinator, University of Louisville
© January 2008

To win consistently:
Offenses Must be able to run the ball. There are various styles of running the football effectively. Some like ISO, Power, Toss, Counter, Option etc. Other methods include Zone, ZoneRead, Speed Sweep, Reverses. Defenses Must be able to stop the run. They must force offenses to be one dimensional and predictable.

High powered offenses must complement their runs with a versatile Play Action Passing Game. It is important to slow down the pursuit of the defense. Examples: 1. Aggressive linebacker/safety play 2. Flat (Down the Line Play) by defensive ends.

When designing a P.A.P. scheme you must know the particular defender(s) or defensive technique that you are trying to exploit. Here are three examples of utilizing play action passes within your offense: The Snag Pass....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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