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3 Page 3 Playbook Legend Center Offensive Player Defensive Player Ball Carrier Optional Ball Carrier Pulling Lineman Handoff Player path Pitch or Forward Pass Pre-snap Motion Player blocking Assignment
4 Page 4 Double Wing Created by Pop Warner, the Double wing offense has been tearing defenses apart for 100 years now that s a lot of touchdowns. But the father of the offense, the man who nurtured it, helped it grow into what it has become today, is Don Markham, who set the national high school scoring record, winning the national championship with a whopping 880 points in 14 games. For those of you who are less mathematically inclined, that s just a shade under 63 points or nine touchdowns a game. Much like the wing-, you re going to line up a center, two guards, and two tackles in this formation and you re going to add two tight ends, and two wingbacks as well. A perfectly symmetric formation, we bring our halfback up to play as the second wing back, with our full back lined up directly behind the quarterback. Famous Double Wing Offenses Late 1960s Notre Dame Fighting Irish L LG C RG R Don Markham s arly 1990s High School eams Strengths QB Power Running, Misdirection Weaknesses Long Range Passing, Can Be Very Complex
5 Double Wing Running Plays Page 5
6 Page 6 Loose Red 34 Zone Blast OB S S L: Blocks D with LG. LG: Blocks man with L. C: Blocks D with RG. RG: Blocks man with C. R: Blocks D with R. Ss: Crackback blocks. L: Slides inside to cut of D, moves up to block OB. R: Blocks D with R. : Runs blast right, reads playside and either cuts back to 2 hole our stays on the 4 track. QB: Opens to B, hands off, fakes a waggle left. he difference between a zone blocking scheme and a regular one is that in the zone the offensive line moves in complete cohesion in one direction, not trying to move defenders left or right, but moving in a direction together. he defense will be forced to commit to holes that open up, and a RB with good vision can pick apart the defense for huge gains. Coaching ips It s improtantfor the line to be strong and physical, knocking defenders back and creating movement downfield and to the right. he needs to keep his eyes up, reading the Ms as he come up to the LOS, so he can decide which side to makes his cut to. his is a versatile play, that can be run out of multiple formations.
7 Page 7 Loose Red 31 rap OB OB S L: Releases to block the M. LG: Influence blocks strong side D. C: Blocks weak side D. RG: Pulls left to block strong side D. R: Releases downfield to block. Ss: Crackback blocks. s: Crackback blocks OB. : Steps right as if to pass block, takes handoff and follows RGs block. QB: akes a 3 step drop, handing off to on 2 nd step. he idea here is to get the defense to pursue anywhere except to the middle of the field. hat s why this play is best used in a passing situation, like a second and long, where you might be expecting a heavy outside pass rush. S Coaching ips his play will be at it s most effective when the defense can t see the handoff to the the better their timing, the better outlook this play has. he s don t need to chase down their blocks simply get inside of their assignments and wait for them to come.
8 Page 8 Blue 27 Motion Left oss L: Blocks strong side D inside. LG: Blocks M inside. C: Blocks weak side D outside. RG: Blocks weak side outside. R: Blocks weak side D outside. : Blocks strong side D inside. S: Crackback blocks. L: Blocks strong side inside. R: Motions left, lead blocking outside for the B. B: Runs parallel to the line, taking toss on the first of 3 steps to the strong side, follows R s lead block. QB: Reverse pivots, pitching out to the B, runs away. B If you ve got a back with breakaway speed, you re going to want to throw him the ball in space as much as possible, and the most reliable way to do this is with a toss out wide. I like to run this play on 3 rd and short when the defense might be expecting a run middle, as you can usually get around the corner for a solid gain. S Coaching ips he needs to lay a good block down on the D for the play to be successful. Ideally, he ll push him back inside, but if he can t, he must sustain the block, even if he has to push him outside the B should be able to make the read and turn downfield sooner.
9 Double Wing 42 rap Fake Double Option Right Page 9 N L: Blocks man for 2 count, releases to block downfield. LG: Blocks man for 2 count, releases to block downfield. C: Blocks man to the back side. RG: Pulls left, fills in behind LG to block first defender that penetrates. R: Blocks man inside. L: Blocks man for 2 count, releases to block downfield. R: Blocks man for 2 count, releases to block downfield. L: Motions into the backfield, maintains pitch relationship with QB. R: Sells trap handoff with QB. : Blocks play side D inside. QB: Fakes inside handoff to R, runs the option out right with L. he trap is an especially effective play when the defense doesn t see it coming, so if they start to read it quickly, show this play to keep them honest. If the defense is in man coverage, this play is especially effective. With the R and R both moving to the back side, you can get the defense moving one way while your QB and the L go the other with the option. Coaching ips It s important that the right side of the line sell the trap, not committing to blocking for the option too quickly and giving away the play. he most important, and probably the toughest block, is the s block on the playsided. If he can get outside of him and push him back inside, this play will go for a monster gain.
10 Page 10 Blue 27 Double Reverse Fake L: Blocks LGs man inside. LG: Pulls left, blocks strong side. C: Blocks RGs man weak side. RG: Pulls left, blocking strong side D. Doesn t need to block him inside, just out and upfield far enough that he s not in the R s way. R: Blocks weak side D. : Releases downfield to block strong side. S: Crackback blocks. L: Motions into backfield, fakes taking handoff from R. Works to get tackled. R: Receives handoff from QB, fakes handoff to L. : Sells fake blast handoff, works to get tackled. QB: Fakes handoff to, hands off to R and gets another 5 yards of depth to stay out of the way. If your up against a defense with guys who have a tough time staying in their lanes, this flurry of fakes and motion will leave them flat footed with no clue where the ball is. And while this may be razzle dazzle time, that doesn t mean you need to save it for 3 rd and long I personally love pulling this out on the first play of the game! S Coaching ips he timing of this play is crucial the L needs to give enough time for the fake and handoff to the R, as well as for the QB to get out of his way, so make sure you practice this one a lot. he, L, C, and R need to all sell the blast for this play to be at it s most effective.
11 Double Wing Passing Plays Page 11
12 Page 12 Blue 76 Swing L: Pass blocks strong side D. LG: Pass blocks man. C: If no extra rushers, helps LG or RG. RG: Pass blocks man. R: Pass blocks man. : Runs a drag over the middle. L: Runs a flag route, faking inside first. R: Runs a deep flag route. Z: Runs a deep in route. : Runs a swing route out left. QB: akes a 5-step drop, goes through progression. his is a good passing play to use on any down, and any situation. he combination of short and long crossing routes are effective for deep or short passing, and against man or zone coverage. While most of the action is happening on the right, I ve found the routes on the left are most often open, as the strong side is forced to cover both the L and. Coaching ips he swing route is an adjust of the flat, where the back will run parallel to the LOS out to the side line before turning up field and looking back to the QB for a pass. he L s double move is at it s most effective if the QB understands it s timing, and throws the ball just as the cut back outside is being made. Z
13 Page 13 Loose Red 88 Curls Y Z L: Blocks man. LG: Makes a read. ither helps C, L, or blocks rushing. C: Blocks man. RG: Makes a read. ither helps C, R, or blocks rushing. R: Blocks man. Y: Runs an 8 route. Z: Runs a skinny 8 route. L: Blocks if he rushes. If not, runs a curl route. R: Runs a curl route, splitting the two Ms. : Motions out right, runs a curl route. QB: akes a 5 step drop. Looks for Y and Z, then checks down to the three curls. Sometimes, to keep the defense from inching up closer and closer to the line of scrimmage, you have to stretch them out vertically. Put your two fastest receivers on the outside, and look for them to get behind the safeties. But if they can t, the great thing about this play is the three safety net check downs available to your QB. Coaching ips he R is your receiver most likely to be open. But if the defense is in man coverage with just one safety to help out over top, the QB will need to wait to see what side he reacts to first and throw the opposite way. Both the L and the s first prioritesare pass protection, but if there s no extra rushers, they can go.
14 Page 14 PA Double Wing 46 Blast Right L: Slides to the play side, blocks man to the weak side. LG: Slides to the play side, blocks man to the weak side. C: Slides to the play side, double teaming the D with RG. RG: Slides to the play side, blocks man to the weak side. R: Blocks man outside. L: Blocks man for 1 count, runs In route just behind s depth. R: Blocks man for 1 count, opens up into the flat. L: Runs a curl route. R: Motions out right, gaining width, before running an 8 route, looking for the pass. : Fakes blast, protects QB. QB: Fakes blast to, plants feet, lookingforthe R as his primary target. If your near the end zone and you need a passing play to get you over the hump, here s a great one. he defense will be wary of the run and other gadget plays if you ve been using the double wing effectively, and when the hesitates on the fake, the R needs to turn on the jets and sprint right for the goal post! Coaching ips If the R doesn t get the pass before he gets to the back of the end zone, he should plant, pivot, and head for the back corner of the end zone, trying to find a soft spot behind the strong side. he L should be looking for soft spots behind the s, trying to create and easy passing lane for the QB.
15 PA Loose Red 2 Shovel Bootleg Right Page 15 Y Z L: Blocks man to the left. LG: Blocks man to the left. C: Double teams D with LG. RG: Blocks man to the left. R: Combo blocks D with RG. Y: Releases downfield to block. Z: Releases downfield to block. L: akes two steps forward as if to block, then cuts back behind the line looking for pass from QB. R: Lets D by him, releases downfield to block. : Fakes weak side blast, blocks weak side. QB: Opens up to for handoff fake, reverses field as he gains depth, trying to bait D out of position, then pitches to L. his play works best when your opponent is expecting a pass, and will be sending a heavy pass rush at the QB. he added space between D-line and the secondary, as well as the wide rush from the Ds will leave them vulnerable at the corner, and they won t see the shovel pass coming until it s already too late. Coaching ips It s important for the QB to bait the strong side D far enough upfield, because the L is getting no lead blockers. hat s the same reason why the R and Z s blocks are so important, because the L needs as much field as possible to work with.
16 Page 16 Blue 9 Double Reverse Pass Z L: Double teams strong side D with LG. LG: Double teams strong side D with L. C: Double teams weak side D with RG. RG: Double teams weak side D with C. R: Blocks man on. : Blocks man on, steering him outside. L: Runs into the backfield 8 yards upfield for the handoff from the R. Continues running upfield for a couple more steps, plants, and throws to Z. R: Runs into the backfield, taking the handoff from the QB at about 5 yards upfield, then continues on that path, handing off to the L at about 8 yards. Z: Fakes a stalk block, leaks downfield for the big play. : Fakes weak blast, protects on the right side. QB: Fakes weak blast, hands off to R, blocks for R. You want to run this play at a time your opponent would least expect it. I like to pull it out at the beginning of the second half when I have a lead the defense is usually looking for a big play of their own to get them started, and will often pounce on the fakes. Coaching ips he L should be looking to pass first, but if the weak side leaves with Z downfield and there is a large running lane available, they should take off! Mix this in with the Double Reverse fake, and your opponent s defensive coordinator is going to be having nightmares.
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