Game Tape Breakdown | The Waggle Concept

Game Tape Breakdown | The Waggle Concept

Solid play concepts work at any level. See the Waggle concept being run effectively at the youth level in this Game Tape Breakdown of a clip submitted by Coach Lee of the Gilbert Dawgs....
Sprint out to gain the edge

Sprint out to gain the edge

One of the best ways to combat a good pass rush, assist a QB without the strongest arm, and attack defensive coverages by extending the play duration is the sprint out – sealing the edge and rolling your QB out puts all his reads and progression in his line of...
There is nothing wrong with being shallow

There is nothing wrong with being shallow

A complete pass concept needs to have routes that attack different levels of the field, develop at different phases of the play, stress the defense in more than one way, and provide a consistent and systematic progression for the quarterback while providing a possible...
Why you want your passing game to hit a Snag

Why you want your passing game to hit a Snag

How nice would it be to give your quarterback a play with high percentage throws, five receivers attacking the defense, and just one defender to read who will be wrong, making your QB right, every time? That is exactly what the Snag, or “spacing” concept...

Why you don’t want your game to go without a hitch

Possibly the easiest, highest-percentage throw available is the quick hitch. Theoretically, it’s a guaranteed five yards thrown to stationary location. However, it’s not the hitch that makes this combination so potent, but the inside seam route coupled...

How to throw flat-out awesome

The kid is only 12! or maybe he’s 8. He can’t throw a 7-step comeback at 15, or 20-yard dig across the middle. Heck, in all reality, you may know your kid struggles throwing a curl to your TE. The obvious lack of physical or mechanical development in youth...