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Single Wing Playbook by Coach Roly

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Basic Formation: Single WingPosition Names WB Wingback LE Long-side End OT Outside Tackle IT Inside Tackle LG Long-side Guard S Snapper SG Short Guard SE Short End BB Blocking Back TB Tailback F Flanker Gaps

SEA B

SGC

SD

LGE

ITF

OTG

LEH

WB BB TB

F

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PowerThe defensive Tackles alignment on the play side will determine how we will run this play. How we block at the point of attack (POA) depends on the alignment of the defensive tackle. He can be in one of three locations; Fox, Golf or Hotel locations (see first chapter for gaps). This will be our signature play. It is the play that the other teams will have to stop. Versus 5-3-3 Defense FOX Alignment:

F B C ESE

M N TIT OT

$ C ELE WB F

TS G S

LG

BB TB

Position SE SG S LG IT OT LE WB BB F TB

Responsibilities Wall Blocking Wall Blocking Good Snap. Wall Blocking. Wall Blocking Double-team DT with OT. Make Fox call. Double-team DT with IT. Block Middle Linebacker. Block $. Take the $ where he wants to go. Trap block DE Run Fly then Crackback on Corner. Three steps then cut between OT and LE. Read WB block.

In this formation, the defensive tackle is in the Fox alignment. That means that the DTs nose is between the noses of our inside and outside tackles. The TB should take three steps (left, right, cut on left).

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Power (cont.)Suppose the defensive tackle is now in a GOLF alignment. This means that his nose is between the noses of our long end and outside tackle. We will trap the defensive tackle instead of the defensive end. That enables the long end and outside tackle to be available to block linebackers. The only difference between the GOLF and the HOTEL line calls is that the WB must cut inside of the defensive tackle to get the strong safety ($). Versus 5-3-3 Defense GOLF & HOTEL Alignment:

F B C ESE

M N TIT OT

$ C ELE F WB

TSG S

LG

BB TB

Position SE SG S LG IT OT LE WB BB F TB

Responsibilities Wall Blocking Wall Blocking Good Snap. Wall Blocking. Wall Blocking Swinging Wall block on the pivot of the LG. Make Golf call. Swinging Wall block on the pivot of the IT. Block Middle Linebacker. Block $. Take the $ where he wants to go. Trap block DT Run Fly then Crackback on Corner. Two steps (cross over step: L, cut on Right) then cut between OT and LE. Read WB block.

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Power (cont.)As you can see below, this 4-4-3 is not blocked differently from the 5-3-3. The left inside linebacker is a little closer than the middle linebacker so the timing of that block by the long end may change. The GOLF and HOTEL version are about the same as with the 5-3-3. Versus 4-4-3 Defense Fox Alignment:

F

ROB C ESE SG

RIB TS LG

LIB TIT OT

LOB ELE

C

F WB BB TB

Versus Wide-Tackle-6 Defense Alignment: Here is the play against the wide-tackle-6 defense. This defense would warrant a GOLF line call. It looks a little crowded at the point-of-attack but in reality the tackle will probably come across the line of scrimmage, so he will be blocked about a yard or so into our backfield.

F C E TSE SG

B GS

M C GLG IT OT

TLE

EF WB

BB TB

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Wedge PlayThe long guard (LG) is the point of the formation. That is because he is at the center of the formation. Everyone to his right steps first with their left foot, everyone to his left steps first with their right foot. Everyone will use a short, quick, power step. It is critical that the TB, WB and F all make realistic sweep fakes when running the wedge play.

F B C ESE

M N TIT OT

$ C ELE WB F

TSG S

LG

BB TB

Position SE SG S LG IT OT LE WB BB F TB

Responsibilities Wedge block. Inside foot. Most dangerous man. Wedge block. Inside foot. Wedge block. Inside foot. Wedge block. Point of formation. Wedge block. Inside foot. Wedge block. Inside foot. Wedge block. Inside foot. Most dangerous man. Fake sweep. Academy award performance. Direct snap. Be patient. Wait for seam. Fake sweep. Academy award performance. Fake sweep. Academy award performance.

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Sweep PlayThe first diagram is used to show who the players block not where the block will normally occur. Versus 5-3-3 Defense Fox Alignment:

F B C ESE

M N TLG IT OT LE

$ C E

TSG S

WB BB TB

F

Position SE SG S LG IT OT LE WB BB F TB

Responsibilities Wall block 2 sec. Release and find safety. Wall block. Good snap. Wall block. Wall block. Double team DT with OT. Double team DT with IT. Block Middle linebacker. Block $. Kickout Cornerback Crack-back End. Find the alley. Help F set up crack-back.

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Sweep Play (cont.)Here is a diagram that shows where everyone may be at the time of the crack-back block.

F

B CSE

M NSG S LG

LE

$WB

T

TBB IT OT

C

E

F

E

TB

Versus 5-3-3 Defense Golf Alignment: If the defensive tackle aligns in a Golf alignment, we cannot double team him. The outside tackle will have to reach block him. The inside tackle can help if he has no one on or inside him.

F B C ESE

M N TLG IT OT LE

$ C E

TSG S

WB BB TB

F

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Sweep Play (cont.)Versus 5-3-3 Defense Hotel Alignment: Here, as with the Power play, the inside and outside tackles pivot the wall into the defensive backfield.

F B C ESE

M N

$ T EIT OT LE WB F

TSG S

C

LG

BB TB

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Wing Reverse PlayThe wing reverse is an off-tackle play. As with the long-side off-tackle play the end needs to call out where the defensive tackle is aligned. This time, it is the short end (SE) that makes the call. There are two possible line calls; Bravo and Charlie. Versus 5-3-3 Defense Bravo Alignment: If the defensive tackle is aligned between the SE and the SG, the SE will make a BRAVO line call. The BRAVO line call means the SE and the SG will double team the defensive tackle. All other linemen will wall block. It is critical that there be no line penetration as this is a slow developing play.

F B C ESE

M N TLG IT OT

$ C ELE WB F

TSG S

BB TB

Position SE SG S LG IT OT LE WB BB F TB

Responsibilities Make BRAVO line call. Double team DT with SG. Double team DT with SE. Good Snap. Wall block. Wall block. Wall block. Wall block. Wall block. Hard step with outside foot. Pivot and look for hole (DO NOT look for ball). Hard step with outside foot. Pivot and kick-out contain man (most likely DE). Crack-back on long-side DE Receive snap and hand-off to WB. Continue fake.

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Wing Reverse Play (cont.)Versus 5-3-3 Defense Charlie Alignment: The defensive tackle may be in a CHARLIE alignment, that is, between the SG and the Snapper. In that case, those two players double team the tackle and the SE blocks the most dangerous man other than the defensive end.

F B C ESE SG

M TS

$ T C EOT LE WB F

NLG

IT

BB TB

Position SE SG S LG IT OT LE WB BB F TB

Responsibilities Make CHARLIE line call. Block most dangerous man other than DE. Double team DT with S. Good Snap. Double team DT with SG.. Wall block. Wall block. Wall block. Wall block. Hard step with outside foot. Pivot and look for hole (DO NOT look for ball). Hard step with outside foot. Pivot and kick-out contain man (most likely DE). Crack-back on long-side DE Receive snap and hand-off to WB. Continue fake.

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Wing Reverse Play (cont.)Versus 4-4-3 Defense Charlie Alignment: Note that we have a wall that swings at the double team on the right defensive tackle. The swung wall does not have zero line splits. Those players can be several feet apart and probably should be. The Right Outside Linebacker is in the hole. If he stays home the SE will have to block him whichever way he wants to go and the WB will have to read the block and cut off it. But this probably not such a good play if the ROB is staying home.

F

ROB C ESE SG

RIB TS LG

LIB TIT OT

LOB ELE WB

C

F

BB TB

Versus wide-tackle-6 Defense: The hole looks crowded in the diagram. In fact, as with most trap blocks, the defensive tackle and defensive end will probably penetrate across the line of scrimmage. They are initially totally unblocked. When they penetrate, they will take themselves out of the hole and then the BB will keep him out because when he turns to look for the ball he will be hit by the BB. As with the long side off-tackle play, this play benefits from the SE taking a nasty split to widen the hole.

F C E TSE SG

B GS

M C GLG IT OT

TLE WB BB

E

F

TB

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Sprint-Out Run-Pass PlayThis is a sister play to the sweep. If the pass defenders namely the play-side cornerback, strong safety and free safety - come up too fast to defend the run we will keep them honest by being able to pass out of our sweep action. This is a run-pass option. Versus 5-3-3 Defense:

F B C ESE

M N TLG IT OT

$ C ELE WB F

TSG S

BB TB

I prefer the TB to RUN. Pass only if the defense forces you to.

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