Triple Option Football Playbook: Four Verticals Compilation

Triple Option Football Playbook: Four Verticals Compilation

Throwing Four Verticals is necessary when running the Triple Option.

This takes advantages of defenses who sacrifice pass coverage for run support (almost all high school teams).

Here are examples of how Four Verticals works versus varying situations.

Vert Right v One-High Safety
Vert Right v One-High Safety
Vert Right versus Two-High Safeties.
Vert Right versus Two-High Safeties.
Trips Right, Vert Right.  This takes advantage of one-high safety defenses and forces the safety to declare himself.
Trips Right, Vert Right. This takes advantage of one-high safety defenses and forces the safety to declare himself.
Over Brown Right, Vert Right.  If the Defense does not want to bring an extra man over to the OVER side, walk the backside A-Back up, walk the Middle Receiver back, and run four verticals.
Over Brown Right, Vert Right. If the Defense does not want to bring an extra man over to the OVER side, walk the backside A-Back up, walk the Middle Receiver back, and run four verticals.
Trips Right, Vert Right Backside.  This is designed to isolate a weak cornerback on a wide receiver.  The ultimate one-on-one matchup is right here.
Trips Right, Vert Right Backside. This is designed to isolate a weak cornerback on a wide receiver. The ultimate one-on-one matchup is right here.

The most vital passing concept in the Triple Option offense IS RIGHT HERE.

 

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