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February 2009

February 2009


Middle Cross Kickoff Return

by: Abe Mikell
Defensive Line Coach/Special Teams Coordinator Stuarts Draft High School (VA)
© February 2009

Developing and repping a solid kickoff return team can be an explosive offensive weapon for your football team. With the kickoff team, you are generally looking to avoid negative momentum. However, with the kickoff return team, you can gain a huge momentum swing with a great return. At the very least, you want to give your offense the ball outside of the 30-yard line. The kickoff return team is important, because you can give your offense the ball in good field position, and could possibly even score a TD.

Why do we do what we do?
We like to make the other team spend as much time as possible preparing for our special teams. If we are able to execute the KO return well, then we should be able to force them into making a kick that they do not usually practice. If they are making a kick they donít spend much time on, then w....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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