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Simple QB Reads In A 4-Wide Set

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© April, 2002

by Brad Dehem
Assistant Coach, First Presbyterian Day School, Macon, Ga.

IMPLEMENTING an effective passing game can be problematic as the ability of your quarterback changes from year to year.

A complex passing system can make an opposing defense spend a great deal of practice time trying to stop it. This can be advantageous to both your passing and running games, but it is often difficult to master with a less than spectacular QB.

Diagram 1: The trips-open (4-wide) set can be utilized to give the QB si ...The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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