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Utilizing the Tight End In Your Running Game

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© August, 2010


by Tom Wapinsky
Head Coach, Fleetwood High School (PA)

Most of my experiences on the offensive side of the ball have evolved around one back or empty sets. We like to spread out the defense and make them cover us. In order to get a lead blocker in our running game, we offset our tight end from the line of scrimmage. There are three plays ...The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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