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June 2010

June 2010


Drills Report: The 3-On-2 Contain and Tackle Drill

by: Troy Dumas
Linebackers Coach Southeast Missouri State University
© June 2010

The purpose of this drill is to be able to close on a ball carrier and adjust to the different angles when a player is blocked or taken out of the play. Once a tackler has been blocked, the remaining two tacklers in this drill adjust and close in on the runner without getting beat to the outside, split down the middle, or overrunning the ball carrier. Depending on the coach’s objective, the goal of the drill is to either completely contain the ball carrier by wrapping him up or tackling him one-on-one.
At SEMO, this is a very good drill for us because it gives our players the opportunity to work on different angles that they need to take to make the tackle. It also gives our defenders an opportunity to work on breaking down before making the tackle and also working on closing in on the ball carrier inside out. But most of all, ....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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