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April 2011

April 2011


Protecting the Quarterback Pass protection schemes for the sprint-out passing game.

by: Dale Anderson
Head Coach, Southwest High School (KY)
© April 2011

In the first article on the sprint-out passing game in AFM (Issue No.8, 2010), we explained the basis of this passing game with some basic routes. In the sprint-out game, the quarterback will sprint to the call side and attack the perimeter of the defense. This is not a roll out. The quarterback must sprint and attack the outside and put pressure on the defensive perimeter. The quarterback will either throw or run the ball, but he will continue to attack the defense downhill on the perimeter to the call side. This is a quick passing game that puts pressure on the perimeter of the defense. The pass protection for the sprint-out game is set up to get the quarterback on the perimeter with a lane to run or pass quickly. In this article, we will explain two blocking schemes we have used to block for the sprint-out game.
  

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