However, defenses likely will send the house on 3rd and 10.
PR- Vertical (if over the top of the corner at 16 yards, keep running) to Flash (16 yard vertical, come back to the outside at 14 yards)
PA, OL- Gate (Step Playside and Hinge Backside)
BA- Flat motion, 10 yard out
Q- Sprint Steps, Read Flat Player (Progression High to Low to Run)
B- Sprint Path (1st four steps on Veer Path, flatten out, and block 1st threat off Playside A-Back)
Here is the visual on how to maximize the effectiveness of the Sprint Pass versus the Odd Stack.
In this situation, the Playside Receiver would run the Flash UNLESS he could beat the Corner over the top once he gets past the 16-yard mark.
The Playside A-Back and Offensive Line Step with their Right Foot to the Sprint side. If the defender enters their gap on the first step, they punch the defender and reroute him inside. If not, they hinge and block the threat running through their gap on the hinge.
The Backside A-Back flat motions and runs the 10-yard out.
The Backside Receiver runs vertical for seven yards and posts.
The Quarterback sprints to seven-yards depth, and rolls into the flat. If the flat defender does not cover the Flash, the Quarterback rolls into and throws into the Flash. If the Flat defender covers the Flash, the Quarterback rolls into and throws into the Out. If both the Flash and the Flat are covered, the Quarterback rolls into the flat and runs.
The B-Back takes his first four steps on his veer path, flattens out and blocks the 1st threat off the Playside A-back. If the overhang player is that wide, the B-back will block through his outside breastplate and reroute the overhang blitzer inside.
The Big Idea in 171 Words
Here’s the problem. If you can’t block defensive linemen, you’ll never move the ball, you’ll never score points, and you’ll never win a game.
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