How the Quarterback Reads the Stack v. a Fast Easy Stunt

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An Easy Stunt is a 2-1 exchange.
Here, the stacked Linebacker runs through the B-Back and the down lineman aligned on the Playside Tackle immediately jumps to the Quarterback.
When this happens, the Quarterback acts like he is on fire–he STOPS, DROPS, AND ROLLS……… the ball to the Backside A-Back. 
The 2-1 exchange (easy stunt) and the blood stunt from a stacked position are listed below.
The Easy Stunt with Blood Stunt-Like Speed. Quarterback takes the snap, seats the ball, hops into the Playside A-gap, points the ball, gives to the B, unless 2 runs through the B or 1 can tackle the B.  If so, the Quarterback and if #2 comes at him.  If so, the Quarterback gives ground and parallel pitches.  The key to this drill is to make the Quarterback urgently and accurately pitch the ball.  Whoever is responsible for the Quarterback is running a straight line to get to him in order to make him pitch.
The Easy Stunt with Blood Stunt-Like Speed.
Quarterback takes the snap, seats the ball, hops into the Playside A-gap, points the ball, gives to the B, unless 2 runs through the B or 1 can tackle the B. If so, the Quarterback and if #2 comes at him. If so, the Quarterback gives ground (stop-drop) and parallel pitches (roll). The key to this drill is to make the Quarterback urgently and accurately pitch the ball. Whoever is responsible for the Quarterback is running a…

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