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Red Zone Rescue – Using a separate red zone offensive package can confuse the defense.by: Mike McDaniels
Retired High School Coach
© January 2014
Too often, teams drive the length of the field and get bogged down inside the red zone. For this reason, we adjusted our philosophy and decided to give our opponent a totally new offensive package in the red zone. Inside the 10-yard line, we utilize a four-play, no-huddle sequence of plays which does not give the defense time to adjust unless they use a time out.
Once inside the red zone, we immediately get to the ball, set, and execute the first play. No matter where the ball is placed, we stick with the four plays in a specific order. We make sure that the entire team is set and always go on a silent count.
Each week we work on a specific group of four plays which can be used at any time but are normally exclusive to the red zone. To begin this no-huddle series, we use our “Heavy Right” formation. This positions b....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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