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Power Package Flexes Offensive Muscles

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© February, 2007

by Brian Hughes
Offensive Coordinator & Offensive Line Coach, Long Island University-C.W. Post, Greenvale, NY

THE BASIC HISTORY of our power-package series begins as an off-tackle play, where the pulling guard reads the front-side double-team and the kick out by the fullback or the motion man. The tailback must, at the same time, read the pulling OGs path and watch the blocks of both the double-team and the kick out.
The kick out blocker must work for inside-out position on the last man on or off the L.O.S. The typical response of the defense to this type of scheme is to attack our kick-out block by attempting to spill the trapper and force the play to bounce to the outside.

The spill technique is deigned to have the defense account for two blockers with one player or to cause the pulling OG to bow his path and destroy the timing of the play, while at the same time pushing ...The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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