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December 2010

December 2010


Drills Report: Teaching The Combo Block

by: Ken Wilmesherr
Offensive Line Coach, Grossmont College
© December 2010

In the combo block, the two adjacent offensive linemen performing the block are identified as a post blocker and a seal blocker. They are blocking a first-level defender (defensive lineman) to a second-level defender (linebacker or possible a safety). When teaching the combo block, I work inside-out when drilling playside combos and backside combos. Playside combos are called Jack, Queen, and King. Jack is a combo block between the center and callside guard working to a playside linebacker. Queen is a combo block between the playside guard and playside tackle working a down defender to a playside linebacker. King is a combo block between the playside tackle and the playside tight end working a down defender to a playside linebacker. 

    I also teach backside combo blocks. Ace is a combo between the cente....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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