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2007 SUPERBOWL 1st Quarter 14:46 Remaining 14 seconds into game Bears 6 Colts 0 KICKING GAME !!. 1-6 -4 PUNT COVERAGE. Three Levels of Coverage. Malcolm B. Robinson, Jr. • March 2007. 1-6-4 Punt Cover. Great Youth Kicking Game Scheme. 1-6-4 Punt Cover. Simple concept Easy to teach

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2007 SUPERBOWL

1st Quarter

14:46 Remaining

14 seconds into game

Bears 6

Colts 0

KICKING GAME !!

1 6 4 punt coverage
1-6-4 PUNT COVERAGE

Three Levels of Coverage

Malcolm B. Robinson, Jr. • March 2007

1 6 4 punt cover
1-6-4 Punt Cover

Great Youth Kicking Game Scheme

1 6 4 punt cover4
1-6-4 Punt Cover
  • Simple concept
  • Easy to teach
  • Easy to learn
  • Provides steady, reliable coverage
  • Requires just a few minutes per week to maintain skills
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BASIC PUNT FORMATION

• OL splits - 1 foot

• Up Backs - A Gap protectors - 1 Yard behind OGs

• Personal Protector - 5 Yards behind football

scheme is not alignment specific
SCHEME IS NOT ALIGNMENT SPECIFIC

Many alignments may be used

SPREAD PUNT

1 6 4 punt coverage three waves or levels of coverage10
1-6-4 Punt CoverageThree Waves or Levels of Coverage

First Level -Deep Snapper:

• Clean Snap - snapper

releases & becomes ‘Gunner’

• Gunner - no rules, other than

attack & tackle the football in the open field

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• Release upfield, locate angle of punt and work to be outside the ball to your side

• Goal is to have 3 defenders to each side of ball

• As Second Wave gets to about 5 yards from return man they ‘break-down’ and chop feet, staying squared-up to end zone.

• Expect returner to try to beat you outside (wide)

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5 Yds

5 Yds

5 Yds

• Have each End work to align in a 5x5 relationship with ball

• As return man moves laterally, Ends, Tackles & Guards also move laterally to keep ball between Guards

third level safeties
Third Level - Safeties:

Two Up Backs Fan out & Become Wide Safeties

Safeties

Align

8 Yards

Deeper

Than

2nd

Level

third level safeties15
Third Level - Safeties:

Personal Protector & Punter Fan Out

& Become Inside Safeties

Safeties

Align

8 Yards

Deeper

Than

2nd

Level

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Third Level - Safeties:

• Remaining 4 defenders of the coverage team (backs) become the third wave.• Release and sprint upfield to a 4 across alignment behind the 6 defenders in Second Level - 8 yards deeper then Level Two.

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First Level - Snapper

Second Level - 6 Offensive Linemen

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First Level - Snapper

Second Level - 6 Offensive Linemen

Third Level - 4 Backs - The Safeties

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Snapper/Gunner

• has no rules;• is encouraged to tackle the return man in open field; • If that happens, the play is over and the next two levels of coverage have no job to do. But... assume he misses.

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Punt Returner

• Coverage is effected by lateral movement as a UNIT

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Punt Returner

• Coverage is effected by lateral movement as a UNIT

• 6 Second Level defenders move laterally as one, keeping 3 defenders to each side of football.

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Punt Returner

• Coverage is effected by lateral movement as a UNIT

• 6 Second Level defenders move laterally as one, keeping 3 defenders to each side of football.

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• Third Level -(Safeties) sprint down field behind second wave and align 8 yards deeper

• Safeties move laterally just as Second Level does, striving to keep 2 safeties to each side of the ball.

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Punt Returner

• Eventually Return Man will give up going wide and attack inside.

• Second Level then breaks down and attacks the ball and makes the tackle.

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COACHING POINTS:SNAPPER• Deep snapper - be sure snap is clean before releasing;• Sprint down field and make an open field tackle.
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COACHING POINTS

Offensive Linemen

Second Level:

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COACHING POINTS

Offensive Linemen • Second Level:

• Secure inside gap, deny penetration; listen for ball punted and “GO” call from punter;

• Release and sprint upfield, widening as you go; locate ball and bend release to accommodate angle of punt;

• Work to advance upfield in time and space with your Second Level teammates; don’t run away from them;

• As you get to return man break down at 5 yards from him; chop feet and come under control;

• Stay square to end zone, don’t turn shoulders/hips to sideline;

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COACHING POINTS

Offensive Linemen • Second Level:

• Whether you are Guard, Tackle or End, fight to gain and keep outside leverage on the football;

• We want 3 defenders evenly spaced on each side of the return man;

• Ends on either side of the ball should never allow the returner to get anywhere close to a head-up position, keep fighting for contain leverage, even if you have to lose ground somewhat;

• Ends assume a 5 yard by 5 yard relationship with the return man - 5 yards deeper & 5 yards wider.

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COACHING POINTS

Offensive Linemen • Second Level:

• Tackles and Guards -work hard to keep the return man between the OGs and to deny returner the chance to outflank your position;

• VIP to move laterally w/o turning hips and shoulders to sideline;

• Let ball come upfield to you; don’t break second level and create a hole in unified front to get to ball.

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COACHING POINTS

Safeties- Third Level - the Safeties:

• Release when football is punted;

• Up backs fan out wide and become outside Safeties

• Punter & Personal Protector slide upfield inside and align as inside safeties

• Safeties align 8 yards deeper than second level coverage.

key points for success with 1 6 4 punt cover
Key Points For Success with 1-6-4 Punt Cover
  • • Deep Snapper must first be a reliable punt snapper; if he can play in open spaces, too - this is a big bonus;
  • • Second Level - try and match abilities here - use kids that can run and have the Ends be the better runners; - no ‘Fat Freddies’;
  • • Make sure Second Level adjusts their paths to accommodate wide punts;
  • • Rep the lateral movement of the 6 OL in Second Level.
  • • Breakdowns happen on change of direction by return man; rep this and have second level plant & change direction w/o losing their alignment.
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REMEMBER…

• the kicking game may prove to be more important than either of the other two phases of football.•Rep it every practice !
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PRACTICE AT LEAST

ONE PHASE OF THE KICKING GAME

EACH PRACTICE

In theory this is 1/3 of the game,

but many times it

turns into a great deal more...