What is the Double Flex Formation in the Triple Option Offense?

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Double Flex is when the Receivers align two yards from the Playside Tackle with their outside foot up and their inside foot turned inside at a 45 degree angle.
The Double Flex formation is utilized to compress the formation, force the corner to become the run support player, and allows the offense to outflank the defense.  This is very helpful at the high school level as cut blocking is prohibited outside of the tackle box in 48 states (Texas and Massachusetts are the exceptions).

Double Flex. This formation is utilized to run Rocket better versus the blitz. Double Flex. This formation also helps the offense run Rocket better versus the blitz.


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