(Rental)-Play Action Pass Packages
Features & Benefits
- How to install an offense that uses the run game to setup the play-action pass
- Use the tight end, fullback, H back, or tight end for both the running and passing games
- Play-action game based on the weak and strong side zones-read run
- Play-action against various defensive coverages and schemes can be successfully run
- You can use the same blocking technique for both the run and play-action pass.
Detroit Lions (NFL) Assistant Coach/Tight Ends;
Former University of Miami Head Coach. Recipient of the 2013 Lombardi Award of Excellence in Coaching
Create several play action packs that match your run strategy.
Al Golden, University of Miami's Head football coach, has more than 20 years of experience in college coaching. In his latest DVD, he shares the most efficient play action pass concepts, protections and ways to attack different defensive coverages.
As a former defensive coordinator, Coach Golden has a unique perspective on play action. He discusses the details of the Hurricanes' run blocking strategies, play action pass protections, as well as the many route combinations. In a short introduction, he discusses 5-6 run strategies. He focuses on introducing the topic, and not going into too much detail.
This is because the main purpose of this video is to show the play action of these runs. However, you must know the basic run schemes. Then he explains in great detail how to play the passing game that is part of the run scheme at Miami. These schemes can be one- or two back sets and can mimic a variety formations.
Inside zone:Coach Golden discusses the importance of simplifying terminology to facilitate a smooth transition from base running plays and play action concepts. He explains the details of the 2-back in-line zone and how play action protection is applied to it. Coach continues to discuss the 1-back inside area and offers route combinations that can defeat any type of coverage.
PowerCoach Golden continues his description of the run game, then moves into the play action and dives into power blocking strategies. Coach provides every adjustment for each route and the simple progression that the quarterback can use in each segment.
Outside zone: Coach Golden then discusses the differences between the outside and inside zones, as well the bootleg packages that the Hurricanes use to get off the outside one. The Rope & Lasso route allows the quarterback to run, pass or play on the perimeter of defense. Coach ends by sharing his favorite route package to defeat a 2-deep safety defence.
This video is essential for any running team who wants to implement the play-action pass in their scheme. Over one hour, Coach Golden teaches his viewers how to implement a complete play-action passing system in an easy-to understand format. This DVD is essential for coaches who want to implement a fun and effective running passing system.
This video was produced at the 2013 Charlotte (NC), Nike Coach of the Year clinic.
65 minutes. 2013.