1 OFFENSIVE PLAYBOOK NOTES: 96 pages are you nuts?! No, not really. Before last season we asked all coaches to send us a play or two to help new coaches create their own playbook. Plus, we purchased an excellent 7-on-7 playbook, which we adapted to 8 on 8. The color-coding is really good and is something we highly recommend. Some coaches have some pretty complicated playbooks, but frankly, the teams that are successful keep it simple. At the beginning teach 5 plays then do variations of them Play X to the right, Play X to the left, Play X with the RB carrying, Play X with the FB carrying. The idea is to teach the kids their blocking assignments first then get exotic. We d strongly encourage having a visual playbook on field with you the bigger the better. Show the kids exactly what you want them to do each time even if you think they know the play. Powerpoint works well, but some Coaches use Microsoft Word or just hand draw. Remember this is FLAG football. Speed is key. Get outside end arounds, misdirection s, etc. And the kid you put at QB doesn t have to be the best passer just the best under pressure. Get your reading in!
2 Flag Football Strategies Offense by Eric Fields This article will cover flag football strategies. I am going to assume you are coaching or playing 7 on 7 flag football. Offense in flag consists of a couple of key things, first misdirection. Misdirection is key for running an efficient offense. Reverses, halfback passes, and having your offensive lineman pass are some very effective trick plays. Those plays are a good place to start from. You can add your unique touches on these plays. Try to run a trick play once every plays. Next, remember to use your offensive lineman for catching passes. Most teams just use their offensive linemen to block. Using your offensive lineman to only block will limit your offense. For example, when starting a game, start the game by passing to your offensive lineman. As the defensive begins to key on your offensive lineman, your wide receivers will begin to get open for the deep passes. Speed is key in flag football, especially for offensives. Every position should have a player who has speed, even your offensive lineman. A slow offensively player does more damage to your offense and will also slow your offense down. There may be some situations where you may want a big slow lineman in the game but these situations should come rarely. With fast players on the field the defense will not be able to key out your top offensive performers. Speed, speed, and more speed mixed with misdirection plays will help you score a ton of points. Somethings you should practice with your offensive units are breaking towards the sidelines after a catch, catching the ball at the highest point, and blocking. Teach your players to break towards the sidelines. There are two reasons for this: First the sidelines cut off the numbers of flags the defenders can pull and second, it makes it tough for the defenders to get a good angle to pull the flags that are available. Catching the ball at the highest point teaches your players to be aggressive and to go up and get the ball. A simple drill to use is to have a head to head competition between two players. Toss the ball and allow the players to fight for it. The loser runs a lap and if they both drop the ball then they both run a lap. Blocking is key and the blocks do not have to be quality blocks. Pretty much your players just have to put a body on someone. One key block can lead to a big play for your offense. These are basic flag football strategies, you can build from here.
3 How to Design a Flag Football Offense ehow.com How To Do Just About Everything Click to Print Article How to Design a Flag Football Offense by ehow Sports & Fitness Editor Introduction If you are coaching a flag football team, learning how to design a flag football offense is extremely important. If your flag football team can't score, you won't be winning many games. However, by following these instructions, you can learn to design a flag football offense. Instructions Difficulty: Moderate Steps Step One Learn more about the personnel on your team. You should have plenty of practices before you start designing the offense. Figure out which players on your team are the best offensive weapons. The best way to do that is to look for fast players, with the ability to catch passes a plus. Once you have identified the standout offensive players on your team, begin to formulate your game plan. Step Two Install a handful of plays to start out. You don't want to bog down your players by forcing them to remember a multitude of plays. Instead, narrow it down to four or five plays that get the ball in the hands of your offensive playmakers. You should have two running plays in which you hand the ball off and two or three passing plays in which the quarterback is to throw the ball to a wide receiver. Step Three Develop code words and hand signals for each offensive play. This is important so that the quarterback can call and change plays at the line of scrimmage. Keeping your playbook four or five plays deep makes it easier to develop these code words and hand signals. Step Four Practice these plays repeatedly. These plays need to become second nature to your players. If a play isn't performing well, substitute a new play. Mastering a few plays is better than having a lot of plays but no clue how to run those plays. Resources * Find plays designed for flag football * Purchase a flag football playbook Member Comments Find this article at: 1 of 1 1/28/09 4:47 PM
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6 Introduction: Coaching youth sports can be challenging. With a little guidance and organization your experience can be extremely rewarding. The key to successful coaching is being prepared and organized. It is important to take advantage of the limited time you get each week with the players. With a structured practice, easy to teach and learn plays, and a whistle can will quickly convert your group into a competitive team. I found that many coaches spend a lot of time on drills not associated with the types of plays they will run. By having a list of plays designed before you practice, this allows you to focus your drills around running perfect plays. The goal for the season should be teach every player their positions and football. This may look a little disorganized in the first week or two, but if you stay patient and continue to coach, the players and your games can become competitive and the experience for everyone can be enjoyable. Product Information Statement: Flag football plays designed for youth flag football. These plays have been used successfully and are created so that the coach can effectively communicate and the players can easily understand. There are 25 color pages of organized run and pass plays which utilizes 7 different formations. Each page provides one key play along with other play options on the same page. The positions are color coded so the play can be easily called and understood in the huddle. There are various options per play so you don t have to thumb through 100 of pages to find and call plays. Although the book has 25 key plays, each play has other options leading to a total of over 50 total plays in this manual. Keys to Offense: On offensive the key to success is getting the players to be patient while running the play so the play develops. Surprising, many plays, basic or advanced, can result in positive yards if the play is run correctly. It is important to get the timing down for the plays. Quick hit plays must be run quickly meaning the runner and QB must execute their part as soon as the ball is snapped. In other plays the plays can be run at a comfortable pace to ensure fakes and hand-offs are completed without mistakes. Many of these plays consist of misdirection and fakes. It is important that the players not getting the ball take the fake correctly and the actual ball carrier is patient to let the play develop ahead of him so the lanes are open. Proper delays and clean hand-offs can be the difference between being competitive or not. Keys to Defense: On defense the key to success is also patience. Many teams will runs fakes and end-a-rounds, so the defensive players must stay in their position or zone until the player with the ball comes through their area, or cross the line of scrimmage. The goal is to keep the runner inside, meaning the defensive ends must not let the runner get to the outside of them. Defense should be designed to utilize every player regardless of their skill. Each player should be taught their position, and coached for improvement through out the year. Recommendations: The plays are in order of difficulty. I recommend teaching a few pages at a time. The most important thing is to execute the plays correctly. Once the players understand the plays their experience and yours will make great strides forward. Disclaimer: Information in this document is to be used as information purposes only. The authors do not guarantee, warranty, or provide predictions regarding this information. They also do not imply these will work in every situation and and/or are governed by your league. You should consult with your league to ensure they will conform to their standards. Nothing on this website or document constitutes, or is meant to constitute, advice of any kind. Copyright 2008 All Rights Reserved
7 Sample Drills: Flag Pulling: Group the players into two groups based on skill set Better players grabbing better player flags and beginner players grabbing beginner player flags. This will allow the players at all levels room to improve and gain confidence. As the season progresses your two groups will more than likely change quite a bit The Drill: Set up two stations (Better and Beginner) for each station align cones about 4 yards apart and 15 yards long. Select one player to be the flag puller first the others will run the ball. Have a coach be QB and hand the ball off. (this is also a chance to teach correct hand-offs). Have each runner one at a time run the ball at the defensive player. The runner must stay in the cones. The defensive player will start about 5 yards back of the QB. The defensive player will focus primary on staying in front of the runner moving left or right, and making a good grab at the flag (at the belt). It is important the defensive player not over commit and run up on the runner. The runner will more than like run past him/her every time. Running up on the runner will come with more experience. Have each runner run through 2 or 3 times before rotating a runner for the defensive player. Hand-off Drills: This drill helps with getting the QB focused on plays running left or right, faking if needed and ultimately getting the ball to the final runner. It also helps with getting the RB to understand which direction they are running, if their getting the ball or not, and in which order they will start. I use this drill as my warm-up before games. It focuses on the fundamentals of running plays. The Drill: Set-up the Pro-Set offense without the receiver. QB, Center and the two RB positions. All the remaining players will get in lines at the RB positions. Have a coach stand directly in front to the Center/QB and call out which RB is getting the ball, either left or right, along with any fakes. I start this drill with basic hand-offs to either running back one at a time. I then start using both RB s (left and right) and throwing in missdirections and fakes. This drill really helps with getting the QB focused on plays running left or right, faking if needed and ultimately getting the ball to the final runner. It also helps with getting the RB to understand which direction they are running, if their getting the ball or not, and in which order they will start. The Proper Flag Pull: Teach the players to grab the flag at the point the flag connects to the belt. It is much easier to grab this area as apposed to the end of the flag which has much more movement and more difficult to grab. Copyright 2008 All Rights Reserved
8 Sample Practice Plan: (based on 90 minutes) 10 minutes Warm-up Two equal rows one in front of the other. Spread out with enough room to due to the exercise. 2.5 minutes - Quick water break 30 minutes Drills focused on fundamentals both offense and defense. You can divide the team into two groups offense and defense. Have your defensive coaches run the players through drills focused on defensive fundamentals. Do the same for offense. After 15 minutes switch groups. 2.5 minute - Water break 20 minute Scrimmage Offensive against defense 2.5 minute - Water break 20 minute Scrimmage Switch offensive and defensive teams 2.5 minute - Water break/closing comments Sample Exercises Cross-over Tow Touches Starting position feet spread apart hands/arms pointed straight out to each side. Take you right hand and reach over the touch/hold your left foot. Hold position for count of ten. Then left hand to right foot. Do this two times each. Picking Berries Starting position feet spread apart, hands on hips. Reach out and touch the ground in front of you 3 times each time getting closer to being right below you, then return to standing position (hands on hips). One set of 10 reps. 1, 2, 3, 1 1,2,3,2 1,2,3,3 1,2,3,4 and so on. Run Sprints Form two equal rows - one in front of the other. Coach move back so the players will have about 30 yards to run. Have the players get into a RB set. Coach will yell out DOWN, SET, HUT (or what ever cadence you will use during games). The players will get into set position and run on HUT. One row at a time. Do this a few times and make sure the players do not leave early. Copyright 2008 All Rights Reserved
9 WISH BONE RIGHT DEFENSE EN Line of Scrimmage Line of Scrimmage Center Quarterback Running Back Running Back Copyright 2008 All Rights Reserved
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11 SPLIT SET - LEFT DEFENSE EN Line of Scrimmage Center Line of Scrimmage Quarterback Running Back Running Back Copyright 2008 All Rights Reserved
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13 TWINS - RIGHT DEFENSE EN Line of Scrimmage Line of Scrimmage Center Quarterback Running Back Running Back Copyright 2008 All Rights Reserved
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16 Speed Green - Right Option #2 Option #3 Wish Bone Left Hand-off to Green Run Straight **Option #2 Red End around after fake to green **Option #3 Fake to Green or Red give to blue Copyright 2008 All Rights Reserved
17 Speed Blue - Left Option #2 Option #3 **Option #2 Purple end around after fake to blue **Option #3 Fake to Blue or Purple give to green Copyright 2008 All Rights Reserved Wish Bone Right Hand-off to Blue Run Straight
18 Blue Sweep - RIGHT **Red waits until Blue gets hand-off Copyright 2008 All Rights Reserved Wish Bone Left Green Leads Right Hand-off to Blue
19 Green Sweep - LEFT Purple waits until Green gets hand-off Copyright 2008 All Rights Reserved Wish Bone Right Blue Leads Left Hand-off to Green
20 End Around - Left 2 nd option to this play QB fakes to BLUE and hands the ball to RED 3 rd option to the play BLUE fakes the hand-off to RED Copyright 2008 All Rights Reserved Wish Bone Right Green Lead Right Hand-off to Blue Blue hand-off to Red **Red waits until Blue gets hand-off
21 End Around - Right Purple waits until Green gets hand-off Copyright 2008 All Rights Reserved Wish Bone Left Blue Lead Left Hand-off to Green Green hand-off to Purple 2 nd option to this play QB hands the ball directly to Purple 3 rd option to the play RB fakes the hand-off to Purple
23 Passing Tree FLY SLANT FADE POST QUICK SLANT CURL STOP FLAG OUT Copyright 2008 All Rights Reserved
24 Reverse - Right Copyright 2008 All Rights Reserved Split Set Right Hand-off to Green Run Left Green hand to Blue Run Right
25 Green Reverse -Left Copyright 2008 All Rights Reserved Splits Set Left Hand-off to Blue Run Right Blue hand to Green Run Left
26 Fake End Around - Left Fake 2 nd option to this play QB hands the ball directly to Brown Copyright 2008 All Rights Reserved Twins Right Fake the hand-off to Brown Hand-off to Blue **Blue waits until Brown runs by. **Red waits for Blue to get ball before running.
27 Fake End Around - Right Fake 2 nd option to this play QB hands the ball directly to Brown Copyright 2008 All Rights Reserved Twins Left Fake the hand-off to Brown Hand-off to Green **Green waits until Blue runs by. **Purple waits for Green to get ball before running.
28 Bull Rush - LEFT fake **Green must wait until Blue goes by Copyright 2008 All Rights Reserved Wish Bone Right Fake to Blue Right Hand-off to Green Rush Left
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30 Green Missile - LEFT Option **Blue waits until Green goes by **except during option plays #3 and #4. Copyright 2008 All Rights Reserved Wish Bone Right Hand-off to Green Rush Left 2 nd option to this play QB fakes to Green then gives to Blue 3 rd option to this play QB fakes to Blue going first and hands to Green 4 th option to this play QB gives to Blue and Green follows.
31 Blue Missile-RIGHT Option 2 nd option to this play QB fakes to Blue then gives to Green 3 rd option to this play QB fakes to Green going first and hands to Blue 4 th option to this play QB gives to Green and Blue follows. Copyright 2008 All Rights Reserved Wish Bone Left Hand-off to Blue Rush Right **Green waits until Blue goes by **except during option plays #3 and #4.
32 Blue Rocket - Right **Blue steps left then goes right Copyright 2008 All Rights Reserved Wish Bone Right QB Run Left Hand-off to Blue Running Right Green Run Left
33 Green Rocket - Left Copyright 2008 All Rights Reserved Wish Bone Left QB Run Right Hand-off to Green Running Left Blue Run Right **Green steps right then goes left
34 Center Sneak Fake Red waits until yellow receives hand-off After hand-off QB fakes hand-off to Blue Copyright 2008 All Rights Reserved Split Set Left Quick Hand-off to Yellow Green and Blue run Right
35 Fake Center Sneak Fake Copyright 2008 All Rights Reserved Wish Bone Left Quick Fake Hand-off to Yellow Hand the ball to Brown run Right
36 Roll-out Pass- Right Fake QB Roll-out Copyright 2008 All Rights Reserved Split Set Right QB Roll-out Right Blue - 5 yard out pattern Fake to Green Running Left Blue 1 st option Red 2 nd option Green 3 rd option
37 Center Pass Option #4 Option #3 5 YD Option #2 5 YD Copyright 2008 All Rights Reserved Twins Right QB Drop back pass to Center Green and Blue run Left 2 nd option to this play Center does out based on Defense. 3 rd option to this play QB looks to Yellow but throws to Green 4 th option to this play QB looks to Yellow but throws to Blue.
38 Fake Pass - DRAW Fake Pass Copyright 2008 All Rights Reserved Twins Left QB Drop back pass Blue run Left to catch pass Green stay to get hand-off **QB must fake the throw to blue. **Green must wait until QB gives him the ball.
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40 QB Pass - Left **Red waits until Blue gets hand-off **Option #2 RB fakes the throw to QB and runs. Copyright 2008 All Rights Reserved Twins Left Hand-off to Blue Run Wide Right Blue passes back to QB
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