3-4 DEFENSE Pass Defense - Rick Stewart

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In this presentation, you'll see a defensive scheme that's especially effective for small player teams. Coach Stewart uses head-up alignment that shifts/slants to one-gap on the snap of the ball to maximize the talents of smaller, quicker defensive linemen and confuse the offensive line blocking rules. This defense has 3-man pressure, but most of the time utilizes 4 and 5-man pressures and the goal is to keep the offense guessing who the blitzers are. The problem with most 3-4 defenses is that it requires complicated rules and lots of "checks", but Stewart makes this very simple by only giving each player 2 to 3 simple rules to remember. "Alignment doesn't change Assignment" is the reason that a player would have to be braindead to not understand this defense. The zone coverages are Cover 2, 3, and 4 but there is a Cover 1 man used on goal line and when blitzing. Coach Stewart gives every position a few simple rules and teaches "split field" concepts so alignments are easy to remember against any formation. The basic zone concept is that Coach Stewart will always have one more defender than eligible receivers. The Defensive Line are taught 2 basic pass rush moves to minimize thinking and have specific pass rush lanes to minimize QB scrambling. The inside linebackers spot drop and defend their "box" if they are not blitzing. Man to Man requires guarding TE, running backs, and #3 receivers. The outside backers are violent re-routers who "buzz" the flats. They pattern read in unison with the CB to take away the short passing game. The safeties are the MVPs of this defense as they fill alleys on run, guard flats in Cover 3, and cover deep in Cover 4. They read the uncovered Guards and then react off #2 receiver routes. The corners pattern read with the OLB on short routes and then combo coverage with safeties on deep routes. Coach Stewart takes you from the whiteboard to gamefilm to show you each defensive call in action.In this presentation, you'll see a defensive scheme that's especially effective for small player teams. Coach Stewart uses head-up alignment that shifts/slants to one-gap on the snap of the ball to maximize the talents of smaller, quicker defensive linemen and confuse the offensive line blocking rules. This defense has 3-man pressure, but most of the time utilizes 4 and 5-man pressures and the goal is to keep the offense guessing who the blitzers are. The problem with most 3-4 defenses is that it requires complicated rules and lots of "checks", but Stewart makes this very simple by only giving each player 2 to 3 simple rules to remember. "Alignment doesn't change Assignment" is the reason that a player would have to be braindead to not understand this defense. The zone coverages are Cover 2, 3, and 4 but there is a Cover 1 man used on goal line and when blitzing. Coach Stewart gives every position a few simple rules and teaches "split field" concepts so alignments are easy to remember against any formation. The basic zone concept is that Coach Stewart will always have one more defender than eligible receivers. The Defensive Line are taught 2 basic pass rush moves to minimize thinking and have specific pass rush lanes to minimize QB scrambling. The inside linebackers spot drop and defend their "box" if they are not blitzing. Man to Man requires guarding TE, running backs, and #3 receivers. The outside backers are violent re-routers who "buzz" the flats. They pattern read in unison with the CB to take away the short passing game. The safeties are the MVPs of this defense as they fill alleys on run, guard flats in Cover 3, and cover deep in Cover 4. They read the uncovered Guards and then react off #2 receiver routes. The corners pattern read with the OLB on short routes and then combo coverage with safeties on deep routes. Coach Stewart takes you from the whiteboard to gamefilm to show you each defensive call in action.In this presentation, you'll see a defensive scheme that's especially effective for small player teams. Coach Stewart uses head-up alignment that shifts/slants to one-gap on the snap of the ball to maximize the talents of smaller, quicker defensive linemen and confuse the offensive line blocking rules. This defense has 3-man pressure, but most of the time utilizes 4 and 5-man pressures and the goal is to keep the offense guessing who the blitzers are. The problem with most 3-4 defenses is that it requires complicated rules and lots of "checks", but Stewart makes this very simple by only giving each player 2 to 3 simple rules to remember. "Alignment doesn't change Assignment" is the reason that a player would have to be braindead to not understand this defense. The zone coverages are Cover 2, 3, and 4 but there is a Cover 1 man used on goal line and when blitzing. Coach Stewart gives every position a few simple rules and teaches "split field" concepts so alignments are easy to remember against any formation. The basic zone concept is that Coach Stewart will always have one more defender than eligible receivers. The Defensive Line are taught 2 basic pass rush moves to minimize thinking and have specific pass rush lanes to minimize QB scrambling. The inside linebackers spot drop and defend their "box" if they are not blitzing. Man to Man requires guarding TE, running backs, and #3 receivers. The outside backers are violent re-routers who "buzz" the flats. They pattern read in unison with the CB to take away the short passing game. The safeties are the MVPs of this defense as they fill alleys on run, guard flats in Cover 3, and cover deep in Cover 4. They read the uncovered Guards and then react off #2 receiver routes. The corners pattern read with the OLB on short routes and then combo coverage with safeties on deep routes. Coach Stewart takes you from the whiteboard to gamefilm to show you each defensive call in action.In this presentation, you'll see a defensive scheme that's especially effective for small player teams. Coach Stewart uses head-up alignment that shifts/slants to one-gap on the snap of the ball to maximize the talents of smaller, quicker defensive linemen and confuse the offensive line blocking rules. This defense has 3-man pressure, but most of the time utilizes 4 and 5-man pressures and the goal is to keep the offense guessing who the blitzers are. The problem with most 3-4 defenses is that it requires complicated rules and lots of "checks", but Stewart makes this very simple by only giving each player 2 to 3 simple rules to remember. "Alignment doesn't change Assignment" is the reason that a player would have to be braindead to not understand this defense. The zone coverages are Cover 2, 3, and 4 but there is a Cover 1 man used on goal line and when blitzing. Coach Stewart gives every position a few simple rules and teaches "split field" concepts so alignments are easy to remember against any formation. The basic zone concept is that Coach Stewart will always have one more defender than eligible receivers. The Defensive Line are taught 2 basic pass rush moves to minimize thinking and have specific pass rush lanes to minimize QB scrambling. The inside linebackers spot drop and defend their "box" if they are not blitzing. Man to Man requires guarding TE, running backs, and #3 receivers. The outside backers are violent re-routers who "buzz" the flats. They pattern read in unison with the CB to take away the short passing game. The safeties are the MVPs of this defense as they fill alleys on run, guard flats in Cover 3, and cover deep in Cover 4. They read the uncovered Guards and then react off #2 receiver routes. The corners pattern read with the OLB on short routes and then combo coverage with safeties on deep routes. Coach Stewart takes you from the whiteboard to gamefilm to show you each defensive call in action.In this presentation, you'll see a defensive scheme that's especially effective for small player teams. Coach Stewart uses head-up alignment that shifts/slants to one-gap on the snap of the ball to maximize the talents of smaller, quicker defensive linemen and confuse the offensive line blocking rules. This defense has 3-man pressure, but most of the time utilizes 4 and 5-man pressures and the goal is to keep the offense guessing who the blitzers are. The problem with most 3-4 defenses is that it requires complicated rules and lots of "checks", but Stewart makes this very simple by only giving each player 2 to 3 simple rules to remember. "Alignment doesn't change Assignment" is the reason that a player would have to be braindead to not understand this defense. The zone coverages are Cover 2, 3, and 4 but there is a Cover 1 man used on goal line and when blitzing. Coach Stewart gives every position a few simple rules and teaches "split field" concepts so alignments are easy to remember against any formation. The basic zone concept is that Coach Stewart will always have one more defender than eligible receivers. The Defensive Line are taught 2 basic pass rush moves to minimize thinking and have specific pass rush lanes to minimize QB scrambling. The inside linebackers spot drop and defend their "box" if they are not blitzing. Man to Man requires guarding TE, running backs, and #3 receivers. The outside backers are violent re-routers who "buzz" the flats. They pattern read in unison with the CB to take away the short passing game. The safeties are the MVPs of this defense as they fill alleys on run, guard flats in Cover 3, and cover deep in Cover 4. They read the uncovered Guards and then react off #2 receiver routes. The corners pattern read with the OLB on short routes and then combo coverage with safeties on deep routes. Coach Stewart takes you from the whiteboard to gamefilm to show you each defensive call in action.In this presentation, you'll see a defensive scheme that's especially effective for small player teams. Coach Stewart uses head-up alignment that shifts/slants to one-gap on the snap of the ball to maximize the talents of smaller, quicker defensive linemen and confuse the offensive line blocking rules. This defense has 3-man pressure, but most of the time utilizes 4 and 5-man pressures and the goal is to keep the offense guessing who the blitzers are. The problem with most 3-4 defenses is that it requires complicated rules and lots of "checks", but Stewart makes this very simple by only giving each player 2 to 3 simple rules to remember. "Alignment doesn't change Assignment" is the reason that a player would have to be braindead to not understand this defense. The zone coverages are Cover 2, 3, and 4 but there is a Cover 1 man used on goal line and when blitzing. Coach Stewart gives every position a few simple rules and teaches "split field" concepts so alignments are easy to remember against any formation. The basic zone concept is that Coach Stewart will always have one more defender than eligible receivers. The Defensive Line are taught 2 basic pass rush moves to minimize thinking and have specific pass rush lanes to minimize QB scrambling. The inside linebackers spot drop and defend their "box" if they are not blitzing. Man to Man requires guarding TE, running backs, and #3 receivers. The outside backers are violent re-routers who "buzz" the flats. They pattern read in unison with the CB to take away the short passing game. The safeties are the MVPs of this defense as they fill alleys on run, guard flats in Cover 3, and cover deep in Cover 4. They read the uncovered Guards and then react off #2 receiver routes. The corners pattern read with the OLB on short routes and then combo coverage with safeties on deep routes. Coach Stewart takes you from the whiteboard to gamefilm to show you each defensive call in action.In this presentation, you'll see a defensive scheme that's especially effective for small player teams. Coach Stewart uses head-up alignment that shifts/slants to one-gap on the snap of the ball to maximize the talents of smaller, quicker defensive linemen and confuse the offensive line blocking rules. This defense has 3-man pressure, but most of the time utilizes 4 and 5-man pressures and the goal is to keep the offense guessing who the blitzers are. The problem with most 3-4 defenses is that it requires complicated rules and lots of "checks", but Stewart makes this very simple by only giving each player 2 to 3 simple rules to remember. "Alignment doesn't change Assignment" is the reason that a player would have to be braindead to not understand this defense. The zone coverages are Cover 2, 3, and 4 but there is a Cover 1 man used on goal line and when blitzing. Coach Stewart gives every position a few simple rules and teaches "split field" concepts so alignments are easy to remember against any formation. The basic zone concept is that Coach Stewart will always have one more defender than eligible receivers. The Defensive Line are taught 2 basic pass rush moves to minimize thinking and have specific pass rush lanes to minimize QB scrambling. The inside linebackers spot drop and defend their "box" if they are not blitzing. Man to Man requires guarding TE, running backs, and #3 receivers. The outside backers are violent re-routers who "buzz" the flats. They pattern read in unison with the CB to take away the short passing game. The safeties are the MVPs of this defense as they fill alleys on run, guard flats in Cover 3, and cover deep in Cover 4. They read the uncovered Guards and then react off #2 receiver routes. The corners pattern read with the OLB on short routes and then combo coverage with safeties on deep routes. Coach Stewart takes you from the whiteboard to gamefilm to show you each defensive call in action.In this presentation, you'll see a defensive scheme that's especially effective for small player teams. Coach Stewart uses head-up alignment that shifts/slants to one-gap on the snap of the ball to maximize the talents of smaller, quicker defensive linemen and confuse the offensive line blocking rules. This defense has 3-man pressure, but most of the time utilizes 4 and 5-man pressures and the goal is to keep the offense guessing who the blitzers are. The problem with most 3-4 defenses is that it requires complicated rules and lots of "checks", but Stewart makes this very simple by only giving each player 2 to 3 simple rules to remember. "Alignment doesn't change Assignment" is the reason that a player would have to be braindead to not understand this defense. The zone coverages are Cover 2, 3, and 4 but there is a Cover 1 man used on goal line and when blitzing. Coach Stewart gives every position a few simple rules and teaches "split field" concepts so alignments are easy to remember against any formation. The basic zone concept is that Coach Stewart will always have one more defender than eligible receivers. The Defensive Line are taught 2 basic pass rush moves to minimize thinking and have specific pass rush lanes to minimize QB scrambling. The inside linebackers spot drop and defend their "box" if they are not blitzing. Man to Man requires guarding TE, running backs, and #3 receivers. The outside backers are violent re-routers who "buzz" the flats. They pattern read in unison with the CB to take away the short passing game. The safeties are the MVPs of this defense as they fill alleys on run, guard flats in Cover 3, and cover deep in Cover 4. They read the uncovered Guards and then react off #2 receiver routes. The corners pattern read with the OLB on short routes and then combo coverage with safeties on deep routes. Coach Stewart takes you from the whiteboard to gamefilm to show you each defensive call in action.In this presentation, you'll see a defensive scheme that's especially effective for small player teams. Coach Stewart uses head-up alignment that shifts/slants to one-gap on the snap of the ball to maximize the talents of smaller, quicker defensive linemen and confuse the offensive line blocking rules. This defense has 3-man pressure, but most of the time utilizes 4 and 5-man pressures and the goal is to keep the offense guessing who the blitzers are. The problem with most 3-4 defenses is that it requires complicated rules and lots of "checks", but Stewart makes this very simple by only giving each player 2 to 3 simple rules to remember. "Alignment doesn't change Assignment" is the reason that a player would have to be braindead to not understand this defense. The zone coverages are Cover 2, 3, and 4 but there is a Cover 1 man used on goal line and when blitzing. Coach Stewart gives every position a few simple rules and teaches "split field" concepts so alignments are easy to remember against any formation. The basic zone concept is that Coach Stewart will always have one more defender than eligible receivers. The Defensive Line are taught 2 basic pass rush moves to minimize thinking and have specific pass rush lanes to minimize QB scrambling. The inside linebackers spot drop and defend their "box" if they are not blitzing. Man to Man requires guarding TE, running backs, and #3 receivers. The outside backers are violent re-routers who "buzz" the flats. They pattern read in unison with the CB to take away the short passing game. The safeties are the MVPs of this defense as they fill alleys on run, guard flats in Cover 3, and cover deep in Cover 4. They read the uncovered Guards and then react off #2 receiver routes. The corners pattern read with the OLB on short routes and then combo coverage with safeties on deep routes. Coach Stewart takes you from the whiteboard to gamefilm to show you each defensive call in action.In this presentation, you'll see a defensive scheme that's especially effective for small player teams. Coach Stewart uses head-up alignment that shifts/slants to one-gap on the snap of the ball to maximize the talents of smaller, quicker defensive linemen and confuse the offensive line blocking rules. This defense has 3-man pressure, but most of the time utilizes 4 and 5-man pressures and the goal is to keep the offense guessing who the blitzers are. The problem with most 3-4 defenses is that it requires complicated rules and lots of "checks", but Stewart makes this very simple by only giving each player 2 to 3 simple rules to remember. "Alignment doesn't change Assignment" is the reason that a player would have to be braindead to not understand this defense. The zone coverages are Cover 2, 3, and 4 but there is a Cover 1 man used on goal line and when blitzing. Coach Stewart gives every position a few simple rules and teaches "split field" concepts so alignments are easy to remember against any formation. The basic zone concept is that Coach Stewart will always have one more defender than eligible receivers. The Defensive Line are taught 2 basic pass rush moves to minimize thinking and have specific pass rush lanes to minimize QB scrambling. The inside linebackers spot drop and defend their "box" if they are not blitzing. Man to Man requires guarding TE, running backs, and #3 receivers. The outside backers are violent re-routers who "buzz" the flats. They pattern read in unison with the CB to take away the short passing game. The safeties are the MVPs of this defense as they fill alleys on run, guard flats in Cover 3, and cover deep in Cover 4. They read the uncovered Guards and then react off #2 receiver routes. The corners pattern read with the OLB on short routes and then combo coverage with safeties on deep routes. Coach Stewart takes you from the whiteboard to gamefilm to show you each defensive call in action.

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