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December 2012

December 2012


QB RUN/SCREEN OPTIONS OFF THE ZONE RUN GAME

by: Rob Tenyer
Offensive Coordinator Morehead State University
© December 2012

Successful reads and following blocking rules gives an offense more opportunities.

Whether throwing or running the ball, coaches love to have options. Utilizing run/screen options off the zone run game has provided us the opportunity to take what the defense gives us. You can benefit from the concept no matter what type of athlete you have playing the quarterback position. The quarterback should only carry the ball when his read progression allows him to.

PHILOSPOPHY

The philosophy behind building screens into the zone run game is to run the best possible play. We do not want an unblocked player at the line of scrimmage dictating the outcome of a play. Having a run/screen threat off a run play creates specific advantages for our offense. A fast screen can be as successful as a run play, especially against zone press....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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