FLEXBONE OFFENSE PRESENTED BY Jason Compton WHY THE

FLEXBONE OFFENSE PRESENTED BY Jason Compton WHY THE

FLEXBONE OFFENSE PRESENTED BY Jason Compton WHY THE FLEXBONE Flexible Angle Blocking Numbers Big Play Opportunities Defensive Nightmare

Defensive Preparation EXBONE CHALLENGE Identity Athletes Smart & Athletic QB College Recruiting Passing Game Digging Out of a Hole ORMATIONS & PERSONN

-Q: Must be intelligent able to read multiple defenders quickly. Needs to be a good athlete. F: Best overall back. Can hit the hole quickly, break a tackle and has great speed & vision. A: Speed runner, needs to be a good receiver. Able to get to the edge and break a tackle. Z: 2nd A back. Same qualities as A. Can be subbed out for another receiver. X: Must be great blocker. Stalk/runoff/crack blocks. Also needs to be a good receiver. Y: Must be able to execute the downblock, reach, and scoop. Needs to be a pass threat. OL: Dont need to be great. Need to release effectively and execute mostly angle blocks. Dive Q: Open up hand ball to FB.

F: Straight downhill receive handoff. LA: Block man on RA: Orbit motion, fake veer pitch relationship. X: Stalk block. Y: Stalk block. LT: Block man on LG: Block man on if uncovered straight to LB. C: Block man on or combo with G to LB. RG: Seal inside. RT: Seal inside. Midline

Q: Open up, read 3 tech. Give unless 3 tech pinches, then keep inside through B-gap. F: Straight downhill on midline. If QB sticks ball in gut keep it. LA: Orbit motion, maintain a solid pitch relationship. *Can also be sent on an extra lead RA: Loop inside to LB or S X: Stalk block. Y: Stalk block. LT: Seal inside. LG: Seal inside. C: Combo with BSG to BSLB. RG: Release inside block LB RT: Block out.

Inside Veer Q: Open up, read DE. Give unless DE pinches. Read #2 keep unless he comes to you, pitch. F: Downhill at near hip of G. If ball is there keep. LA: Orbit motion, maintain a solid pitch relationship, be ready for pitch. RA: Arc outside to safety. X: Stalk block. Y: Stalk block. LT: Seal inside. LG: Seal inside. C: PS A-gap to LB.

RG: Block man on combo to LB. RT: Downblock inside combo to LB. Outside Veer Q: Open up, read EMOLS. Read defender if he pinches keep. Read #2, keep unless he comes F: Downhill at outside hip of PST. If ball is there keep. LA: Orbit motion, maintain a solid pitch relationship, be ready for pitch. RA: Downblock/double team to safety. X: Stalk block. Y: Stalk block. LT: Seal inside.

LG: Seal inside. C: PS A-gap to LB. RG: Block man on to LB . RT: Double team, block man on. Freeze Option Q: Open up as if veer, quick fake to FB. Read Backside end, pitch if he commits to you. F: Fake veer, replace BSG. LA: Maintain pitch relationship, have to get out there fast. Be ready for pitch. RA: Half orbit motion. Arc outside to safety. X: Stalk block.

Y: Stalk block. LT: Block man on. LG: Pull and lead, read DE, seal LB. C: Downblock. RG: Downblock. RT: Downblock. Trap Q: Open up and give to FB, fake freeze option backside. F: Downhill receive ball bend back to backside A-gap. LA: Maintain pitch relationship, sell option.

RA: Half orbit motion. Arc outside to safety. X: Stalk block. Y: Stalk block. LT: Seal inside release to LB/S. LG: Pull and kick. C: Downblock. RG: Release inside to LB. RT: Release inside to LB. Rocket Toss Q: Reverse out and pitch.

F: Seal backside. LA: Arc outside to CB. RA: Orbit motion to guard. Receive pitch at full speed. X: Crack inside. If he blitzes inside, go upfield to first color/safety. Y: Stalk block. LT: Pull outside seal first color inside. LG: Reach C: Reach RG: Reach RT: Reach

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