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Wing T Offense. misdirection - at least 3 attack points each play fun, high powered offense to watch -- when it works precision and timing - lots of pressure on a defense everybody fakes need athletic and smart linemen -- pulls, traps and reads. Wing T Offense: Benefits.

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Wing t offense

Wing T Offense

  • misdirection - at least 3 attack points each play

  • fun, high powered offense to watch -- when it works

  • precision and timing - lots of pressure on a defense

  • everybody fakes

  • need athletic and smart linemen -- pulls, traps and reads


Wing t offense benefits

Wing T Offense: Benefits

  • confusing to defend - can negate overly aggressive defensive star

  • angle blocking compensates for lack of size

  • fun for linemen - pulls and traps

  • fun for backs -- misdirection

  • excellent with quick cutting backs -- don’t need burners

  • simple effective passing game -- mostly play action


Wing t offense drawbacks

Wing T Offense: Drawbacks

  • precision takes work

  • reads for linemen

  • missed blocking assigments (particularly trap blocks) result in broken plays or losses in backfield

  • passing is best if QB can throw on the run

  • backs must fake


Wing t offense

x

Delaware Wing T

Formations

3

1

2

4

Wing Right

x

3

1

2

4

Slot Right

x

3

1

2

4

Tight Right

x

3

1

2

4

Tight Slot Right


Wing t offense

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Delaware Wing T

Formations

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3

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Double Right


Wing t offense

Offensive Huddle

8 yards from LOS

C

G

G

T

T

E

E

1

3

2

4

Offensive Cadence

Holes

9

7

5

3

1

2

4

6

8

0

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3

1


Wing t offense

Defensive Formation

(5 - 4)

FS

SS(m)

B

C

C

e t mg ng t e

x


Wing t offense

Linemen Blocking definitions {first step}:

“on” -- man lined up head to head - {straight ahead}

“gap” -- away from hole between you and next lineman {45}

“down” -- away from hole, man lined up head to head with next lineman {45}

“reach” - man in gap towards the hole {flat} (must block in opposite direction)

“backer” - nearest backer straight ahead or away from hole {straight or 45}

“stalk” - tie up block -- don’t drive -- give ground -- can wait

“trap” - move down line and block from side at hole

“pull” - sprint down line toward hole - trap block or seal off or stalk or lead

Technique Progression:

Bird dog first step - repeat repeat repeat -- must get angles right!

On and gap series - drive block

reach series

down and double team series

pull and trap series - low and speed speed speed

pull and wall off

Reads Progression:

Learn holes first, then On...Gap...Down...Backer…Reach (must be last)


Wing t offense

Series

Wing T vs 5 - 2

FS

SS

B

C

v v v v v v

C

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3

1

2

4

Backs:

1.

2.

3.

4.


Wing t offense

Series

Wing T v 6 - 1

FS

SS

B

B

B

v v v v v v

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3

1

2

4

Backs:

1.

2.

3.

4.

) -


Wing t offense

Sweep Series

28 Sweep (5 - 2)

FS

SS

C

C

B

v v v v v v

x

3

1

2

4

Backs:

1. reverse pivot

hand to 2, bootleg

2. Run hard to end

sharp cut, follow G

3. Block 1st man inside

4. Dive left foot of center,

block 1st man


Wing t offense

Sweep Series

28 Sweep (5 - 2)

FS

SS

C

C

B

v v v v v v

x

3

1

2

4

Backs:

1. reverse pivot

hand to 2, bootleg

2. Run hard to end

sharp cut, follow G

3. Block 1st man inside

4. Dive left foot of center,

block 1st man


Wing t offense

Sweep Series

24 Trap (5 - 2)

FS

SS

C

C

B

v v v v v v

x

3

1

2

4

Backs:

1. reverse pivot, give mid pt

back to LOS, hand to 4, fake to

2, bootleg

2. Fake sweep, run hard to end

3. Stalk block C

4. Dive straight, break hard to right


Wing t offense

Sweep Series

28 Sweep, 19 Bootleg (5 - 2)

(run or pass)

FS

SS

C

C

B

v v v v v v

x

3

1

2

4

Backs(change these):

1. reverse pivot, keep mid pt,

back to LOS, fake to 2, bootleg

2. Fake sweep, run hard to end

3. Stalk block defensive end

4. Dive straight, cross penetrating B, slide out for pass


Wing t offense

Sweep Series

28 Sweep (6 - 1)

FS

SS

B

B

B

v v v v v v

x

3

1

2

4

Backs:

1. reverse pivot

hand to 2, bootleg

2. Run hard to end

sharp cut, follow G

3. Block 1st man inside

4. Dive left foot of center,

block 1st man


Wing t offense

Sweep Series

24 Trap (6 - 1)

FS

SS

B

B

B

v v v v v v

x

x

3

1

2

4

Backs:

1. reverse pivot, give mid pt

back to LOS, hand to 4, fake to

2, bootleg

2. Fake sweep, run hard to end

3. Stalk block C

4. Dive straight, break hard to right


Wing t offense

Sweep Series

24 Sweep, 19 Bootleg (6 - 1)

(run or pass)

FS

SS

C

C

B

v v v v v v

x

3

1

2

4

Backs(change these):

1. reverse pivot, keep mid pt,

back to LOS, fake to 2, bootleg

2. Fake sweep, run hard to end

3. Stalk block defensive end

4. Dive straight, cross penetrating defender, slide out for pass


Wing t offense

Counter Series

24 Counter (5 - 2)

FS

SS

C

B

C

v v v v v v

x

3

1

2

4

Backs:

1. reverse pivot, inside handoff to 2, fake bootleg to 9

2. Counter step, follow lead blocker

3. Early motion, block outside end

4. Dive at 3 hole, block first man in area


Wing t offense

Counter Series

24 Counter 19 Bootleg

(5 - 2)

FS

SS

C

C

B

v v v v v v

x

3

1

2

4

Backs:

1. reverse pivot, fake inside handoff to 2, bootleg to 9

2. Counter step, follow lead blocker

3. Early motion, block outside end

4. Dive at 3 hole, cross face of attackers, slide into flat


Wing t offense

Counter Series (start here)

23 Dive (5 - 2)

FS

SS

C

C

B

v v v v v v

x

3

1

2

4

Backs:

1. reverse pivot, inside handoff to 2, fake bootleg to 9

2. Counter step, follow lead blocker

3. Early motion, block outside end

4. Dive at 3 hole, block first man in area


Wing t offense

Wishbone Formation

Belly Series

QB keys:

- look at read on snap

- 45 degree step

- reach & mesh ASAP

- ride into hole

- attack inside hip of DE

“cat & mouse is fun!”

Offside HB keys:

- parallel to LOS

- maintain pitch separation

downfield

FS

SS

C

C

B

v v v v v v

x

1

4

3

2

FB keys:

- alignment - 4 yds from

front pt of ball

- path - center of body

over outside hip of guard

- soft pocket

Playside HB/TE keys:

- attack then “stalk” block


Wing t offense

Wishbone Formation

Belly Series

Offside HB keys:

- parallel to LOS

- maintain pitch separation

downfield

FS

SS

C

C

B

v v v v v v

x

1

4

3

2

FB keys:

- alignment - 4 yds from

front pt of ball

- path - center of body

over outside hip of guard

- soft pocket

Playside HB/TE keys:

- attack then “stalk” block


Wing t offense

Wishbone Formation

Belly Series

FS

SS

C

C

B

v v v v v v

x

1

4

3

2


Wing t offense

Wishbone Formation

Belly Series

“Loaded” Option

FS

SS

C

C

B

v v v v v v

x

1

4

3

2


Wing t offense

Wishbone Formation

Belly Series

“Belly”

FS

SS

C

C

B

v v v v v v

x

1

4

3

2


Wing t offense

Wishbone Formation

Belly Series

Counter

FS

SS

C

C

B

v v v v v v

x

1

4

3

2


Wing t offense

Wishbone Formation - vertical passing

Belly Series

Why so successful:

- CB & safety in a bind --

used to having TE & WR

run at them to block

- quick hits -- big gains

- QB can have avg arm

- some passes are scary

FS

SS

C

C

B

v v v v v v

x

1

4

3

2


Wing t offense

Wishbone Formation

Quadruple Option

Belly Series

FS

SS

C

C

B

v v v v v v

x

1

4

3

2


Wishbone offense

Wishbone Offense

  • It has been run successfully at 12 - 14; can it be run at 7 - 9?

  • Can use option snap; pitch

  • is it fair to teach or is it too simple for teaching breadth of mechanics

  • will kids enjoy it?


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