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Author Topic: need help with basic endzone plays  (Read 8045 times)
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« on: May 17, 2008, 06:34:33 PM »


i coach 9-13 yr olds. I am looking for some simple yet effective endzone plays. Any help would be great!
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« Reply #1 on: May 18, 2008, 02:32:17 PM »

Good idea to keep it simple. One set of endzone plays I've used is to choose a 4 or 5 letter word, and each sequence of letters in the word corresponds to a play. You can change the word if the opposing team starts to pick up on it. Plays could go kinda like this

letter 1 - 1st in stack cuts break side
letter 2 - 1st cuts break side, second cuts open, 3rd cuts in (classic front door play)
letter 3 - back two players cut straight in a footrace to the front cones
letter 4 - looking immediately to the dump
letter 5 - something fancy, cut for a hammer or some such

I prefer endzone offense with only 4 people in the endzone, less clogging that way. You also get dump options on both sides of the center handler

I've also played against an endzone offense where one guy is isolated in the middle, and everyone else hangs out in the back or the edges. The iso guy just cuts side to side pretty much, and it gets hard to cover. The handlers play reset until the guy gets open.

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