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August 2008

August 2008


The Drills Report: Special Teams Techniques and Drills - Drill What You Coach

© August 2008

There is more movement of the ball and yardage involved in the special teams game than any other phase of football. It controls field position, creates opportunities for the offense and defense and has the ability to score points. At C.W. Post, we believe special teams are the outcome changer, the difference maker that will lead to success. Bryan Collins, the head coach at C.W. Post, preaches to the players that “special teams are the foundation that great programs are built on.”

Before the explanation of the two primary drills, you must first understand the rules and techniques our special teams units use.

Kickoff Rules
1. 5 yard Rule (2 parts):

A. While covering a kick or punt, if you engage a blocker and the ball carrier is within five yards, you will jam the blocker and create a two-w....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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