Follow Us on Twitter       

Counter-Boot And Stretch-Pass Series Threatens Run Or Pass While Moving The Poc

Back  |  Printer Friendly

© February, 2005


by Brian Hill
Offensive Coordinator, Garden City Community College, Garden City, Kan.

USING BOOT LEGS and play-action aids our protection schemes by moving the pocket and slowing the rush, all while maintaining the threat of the run. For a young quarterback, this is a good scheme to run, as it allows him to reduce the amount of information to process because the field is cut in half. This “half field” allows him to make decisions quickly and more accurately. There are two types of plays from this system that work great for our program.

‰    Counter Boots. Run off the traditional “counter trey,” this is a great play that uses misdirection in the backfield and solid protection. Routes are based upon two simple rules 1. “Boot is you.” 2. “Boot is away from you.”

‰    Stretch Pass. Success with this play is predicated on the outsid ...The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
Subscribe today!

   User Name    Password 
Password Help
Current Subscriber first time here? Click Here to set up your password.
NOT A SUBSCRIBER?
Subscribe now and get Gridiron Strategies Digital magazine PLUS get INSTANT unlimited access to over 10 years of back issues including over 1000 articles and 3000 diagrams ONLY available at www.GridironStrategies.com Subscribe Now

**SUBSCRIBERS ONLY**
NEED PASSWORD HELP
Subscribe online or call 800-537-4271 and get your password today!






Home |  Magazine |  Back Issues |  Shopping |  Subscribe |  Contact

Girdiron Strategies
600 Sandtree Drive, Suite 107
Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33407

1-800-537-4271

Copyright 2018, Gridiron Strategies
a division of
AFM Media, LLC.
All Rights Reserved.