Cover. Grey Ghost 2004. “Air-Raid” Offense 2004. Installation. 1. Formation (Pro, Doubles) / (Under, Gun) a. Run Play “B”- Gap Wrap ** Bob (Under, Gun, Motion, Check) ** F/Bob from Doubles (short motion) ** 1/Bob (To Counter 3 tech) ** Bob/C (To Counter 3 tech)
Formation: Run: Pass: Other:
Heavy 1. Bob Play-Action
Wing 1. Bob (Wide) Play-Action
2. Desert (Corner/Slip)
Tech 1. Fly 1. Play-Action
2. Counter (Post/Wheel/Sit)
3. Reverse 2. Bravo-Cut
4. Spinner(1/Desert) 3. Whiskey
Pro 1. Bob (1/Bob) 1. Play-Action 1. Bear
2. Desert (Carolina)
3. Fly 2. Quicks
(Oscar, Hotel, Yankee)
(Miami, Carolina, Wash, Frisco)
Doubles 1. Bob (1/Bob) Same Same
** Versus C #3, adjust outside receiver to
A hitch route at 7 yards
Complimentary play to Yankee. Y should stutter step at 5 yards then
burst to corner
Tag R on Seam
versus C # 2
From Trips Tag F on Seam route
Tag R on Seam route versus c # 2 as a change up
Great versus c # 2 – puts a bind on MLB and deep safety
Note: Can tag Cleveland with Z-post and get the same thing.
May exclude this play and note it as a tag.
Directional call will be made
Run from trips left with Z on the post / sit route
** Great versus c # 2
“Quick” call will change action from a pass “look” to a quick handoff to R. OL will drive and not pass set.
Using “Tech” formation to run the sweeper series is a “mini-package.” Fly is the primary run with
R on the counter (Desert scheme), Z on the reverse, and Post/Wheel on the play-action pass. We will
also add a “Kick” play.
Plays will be called as follows: 1. Fly 6/7, 2. Fly 6/7 Counter, 3. Fly 6/7 Reverse, 4. Fly 6/7 Pass.
PST will always kick out the EMLOS. He will either drive block, or pass set and draw the EMLOS up-field and
then kick him out. PST must get movement and anchor the edge. The PSG will down block any shade or 2i tech.
he will reach step according to alignment of a 2 or 3 tech. PSG MUST be able to reach a 2 tech. We can provide
help with a 3 tech. Center will always block back for the BSG, UNLESS he is covered by a Nose in a 32 look.
This should be a very aggressive block to stop any penetration of the defender over the BSG. BST will reach step
play-side and hinge back.
Both the R-back and BSG should read the PSG block in the following manner. “If the PSG is OUT/IN, I’m OUT/IN”