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New Weapons For Your 3-Step Passing Attack

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© February, 2001

by Jerry Teel
Former Head Football Coach, Muscatine High School, Muscatine, IA

THE BASE OF OUR PASSING attack is the 3-step drop. We’ll use this series for the entire game if the defense does not adjust. With good execution, you can complete 70 percent of these throws.

The quarterback will take a 3-step drop and throw the ball on time to the necessary distance to get the first down. You may have the QB set at 3-steps, fake, drop back 2 more steps and throw.

We have developed 9 pass route combinations for our 3-step drop package. Every one of the 3-step routes includes a double move. These double moves are very effective in the red zone and are used to score touchdowns. They are also effective in third and ...The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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