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Zone Defense. Amoeba - A match-up zone. Why Zone – Why match -up. Basic Alignment – 2 triangles. SS. SS. LS. P. P. D. Principles. Ball in your zone area – play as if man to man – aggressively SS tries to force ball down sideline

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Zone defense

Zone Defense

Amoeba - A match-up zone


Why zone why match up
Why Zone – Why match -up

  • Basic Alignment – 2 triangles

SS

SS

LS

P

P

D


Principles
Principles

  • Ball in your zone area – play as if man to man – aggressively

  • SS tries to force ball down sideline

  • Wing D try to force ball Down (up) sideline ( into LP’s Double)

  • D3 Plays ball behind , must see the whole field and must not get beat by a sneak from X behind

  • LP doubles as ball moves from either S1 or S2 to D1 or D2

  • LP plays like a backer at other times and looks for flash cuts

  • Sticks to the passing lanes

  • The rule for any skip pass is that the closest player to the ball covers the player with the ball .

  • COMMUNICATE –COMMUNICATE-COMMUNICATE


Vs 1 3 2
Vs 1-3-2

X

X

SS1

SS2

LS

X

P

P

D

X

X

X


  • As ball moves around the perimeter, the top triangle rotates ; S1 steps down and back; S2 steps down; LP looks to double; If the Wing offense player moves the ball to behind X, LP replaces S1, S1 replaces S2 and S2 replaces LP’s triangle position; When they can exchange to original spots, I encourage my players to do so. In the picture above, D1 and D 2cover the crease man with the help of S2 ; the bottom triangle does not rotate , we just do not play as aggressively behind . When ball is behind the others hold their positions ( Top Triangle with the LP or S2 helping crease) and D2 and D3, watching their pipes.


Vs 1 4 1
Vs 1-4-1 rotates ; S1 steps down and back; S2 steps down; LP looks to double; If the Wing offense player moves the ball to behind X, LP replaces S1, S1 replaces S2 and S2 replaces LP’s triangle position; When they can exchange to original spots, I encourage my players to do so. In the picture above, D1 and D 2cover the crease man with the help of S2 ; the bottom triangle does not rotate , we just do not play as aggressively behind . When ball is behind the others hold their positions ( Top Triangle with the LP or S2 helping crease) and D2 and D3, watching their pipes.

Help is adjacent; protect the crease

X

SS1

X

X

LP

SS2

X

X

P

P

D

X


2-4 rotates ; S1 steps down and back; S2 steps down; LP looks to double; If the Wing offense player moves the ball to behind X, LP replaces S1, S1 replaces S2 and S2 replaces LP’s triangle position; When they can exchange to original spots, I encourage my players to do so. In the picture above, D1 and D 2cover the crease man with the help of S2 ; the bottom triangle does not rotate , we just do not play as aggressively behind . When ball is behind the others hold their positions ( Top Triangle with the LP or S2 helping crease) and D2 and D3, watching their pipes.

  • Invert SS

X

X

D

X

P

P

X

LP

SS

SS

SS plays only at GLE; diamond rotates

X

X


Drills
Drills rotates ; S1 steps down and back; S2 steps down; LP looks to double; If the Wing offense player moves the ball to behind X, LP replaces S1, S1 replaces S2 and S2 replaces LP’s triangle position; When they can exchange to original spots, I encourage my players to do so. In the picture above, D1 and D 2cover the crease man with the help of S2 ; the bottom triangle does not rotate , we just do not play as aggressively behind . When ball is behind the others hold their positions ( Top Triangle with the LP or S2 helping crease) and D2 and D3, watching their pipes.

  • Hub Drill

X

X

X

D

Footwork and recovery is key – use a crease!!!

Options – add a football hand pad; add a QB dummy for a figure 8 or chop


Drills1
Drills rotates ; S1 steps down and back; S2 steps down; LP looks to double; If the Wing offense player moves the ball to behind X, LP replaces S1, S1 replaces S2 and S2 replaces LP’s triangle position; When they can exchange to original spots, I encourage my players to do so. In the picture above, D1 and D 2cover the crease man with the help of S2 ; the bottom triangle does not rotate , we just do not play as aggressively behind . When ball is behind the others hold their positions ( Top Triangle with the LP or S2 helping crease) and D2 and D3, watching their pipes.

  • Slap

X

X

X

D

Footwork and recovery is key – use a crease!!!

Options – add a football hand pad; add a QB dummy for a figure 8 or chop


Drills2
Drills rotates ; S1 steps down and back; S2 steps down; LP looks to double; If the Wing offense player moves the ball to behind X, LP replaces S1, S1 replaces S2 and S2 replaces LP’s triangle position; When they can exchange to original spots, I encourage my players to do so. In the picture above, D1 and D 2cover the crease man with the help of S2 ; the bottom triangle does not rotate , we just do not play as aggressively behind . When ball is behind the others hold their positions ( Top Triangle with the LP or S2 helping crease) and D2 and D3, watching their pipes.

  • Over Top

Coach

D

X

X

Footwork and recovery is key – Break down is key


Individual drills
Individual Drills rotates ; S1 steps down and back; S2 steps down; LP looks to double; If the Wing offense player moves the ball to behind X, LP replaces S1, S1 replaces S2 and S2 replaces LP’s triangle position; When they can exchange to original spots, I encourage my players to do so. In the picture above, D1 and D 2cover the crease man with the help of S2 ; the bottom triangle does not rotate , we just do not play as aggressively behind . When ball is behind the others hold their positions ( Top Triangle with the LP or S2 helping crease) and D2 and D3, watching their pipes.

  • Slap – use a football hand dummy


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