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Essential Rules And Guidelines For Defending Quarterback Scrambles

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© June, 2005


by Kenny Ratledge
Assistant Football Coach, Sevier County High School, Sevierville, Tenn.

A COMMONLY OVERLOOKED aspect of defending an opponent’s passing game is defensive reaction to a quarterback scramble. Many big plays result when the QB scrambles on any given play.

Bill Walsh once wrote that 1 in 5 drop-back passes end up with the QB scrambling. Well prepared defenses commit practice time to work on defensive reactions when the QB is forced to scramb ...The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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