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Wide 7: Critical Strategies For Defending The Wing-T

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© February, 2007


by Mike Roark
Former Defensive Coordinator, Pasadena City College, Pasadena, Calif., www.letstalkdefense.com

OK, LET’S START this off right and get some people heated up right away. That means you offensive guys, go ahead and blast me and tell me what will not work.

The basis of the wing-T is misdirection and the goal of the offense is to try to get you outnumbered on the snap. Teams will do everything — they will pull both guards, double the defensive end, fake a dive and the ...The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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