Triple Option Football Playbook: Constraining the Playside Linebacker with Triple Pass A-Drag

Triple Option Football Academy -- The Flexbone Offense from Army & Navy

There IS another constraint for the Playside Linebacker when he makes the tackle on Triple/Midline.

Zone Option is the best constraint currently utilized by Navy, Georgia Tech, and Georgia Southern; however, the Triple Pass A-Drag accomplishes the same task.

Triple Pass A-Drag constrains the Playside Linebacker by throwing to the area the Playside Linebacker voids in coverage.

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Triple Pass A-Drag

PR- Vert to Skinny

PA- 10-yard drag

OL- Slide Away

BA- Pitch, Kick #2

BR- 17-yard drag

Q- Triple Pass Steps

B- Veer Path and Block 1st threat off PT



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