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The Bubble Screen: A High Percentage Perimeter Attack© March 2008
As athletes continue to grow faster, quicker and more explosive, it has become increasingly more difficult to effectively attack the perimeter of a defense. Defenses have spread with the emergence and popularity of four and five receiver sets. Leverage advantages on the perimeter are much more difficult to create from spread formations. The numbers advantages that were created when defenses loaded eight and sometimes nine defenders in the box to stop the run are no longer as readily available today.
Over the past seven years, our bubble screen has averaged 8.3 yards per catch for a completion average of 87%. The bubble screen has replaced the sweep, the toss and the outside zone as our primary perimeter weapon. Our offensive assistant coaches do an excellent job of teaching the fundamental techniques necessary to make the bubble....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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