In any defense, you need ALL 11 men to fill their role, “Do your job,” if you will. But, on the defensive line, a man amongst boys can make your life much easier. Not all stars look the same, though.
On this episode, Joe Daniel and Daniel Chamberlain discuss the makeup of a Star Defensive Lineman, what a star at each position might look like, what their role is in the 4-2-5 really is, and what else you can do with them to create chaos for the offense.
Getting help running our schemes is something that EVERY coach struggles with. Having someone else point out our flaws isn’t an easy thing to do. But, it could be one of the most beneficial things you can do for your team and your development.
On this episode, we discuss the importance of using Game Film Analysis, why you need to get an outsider’s eyes on your film, what the pros are seeing when they watch other people’s film, and where all you can go to get some help.
Lots of teams are “multiple” on Defense. You’ll get a little odd front, a little even. Maybe they’ll play a quarter in attack mode, and then one just playing base. But, being multiple on offense is a fairly new concept and is even breaking into the NFL. Go check out the Detroit Lions and their complete Wing-T package they ran in week 2.
On this episode, Daniel Chamberlain is joined by Beau Collins from NW Arkansas to talk about combining two different offensive schemes into the same system.
As football defenses continue to trend… as they will do… we’re seeing more 4-2-5 on friday nights. If you’re running an “old school” offense, like the wing-t, you’re probably thanking the football gods that you get to block up an even front once again. For the rest of us, we’re trying to block up a traditional front with a modern offensive scheme.
On this episode, Joe and Daniel discuss the weaknesses of the 4-2-5, how the Zone Scheme takes advantage of those weaknesses, and how you can expand your run game to attack the 4-2-5 in other ways.