3-4 DEFENSE Run Defense - Rick Stewart

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Everyone starts out in a head-up alignment that shifts/slants to one-gap on the snap of the ball to maximize quicker defensive linemen and confuse the offensive line blocking rules. . 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. Coach Stewart covers each position starting with the defensive line, which is coached to move down the line of scrimmage. They react to offensive line movement instead of over penetrating. The inside linebackers play at 5-yard depths and they read Guard to Backfield. The outside backers flip-flop since the strong OLB has to take on TE and FB blocks. The secondary consists of two corners and two safeties. The corners set the edge and the safeties fill the alley on the run. Coach Stewart takes you from the whiteboard to gamefilm to show you each defensive call in action. He covers perimeter run, inside trapping game, and I-back iso game. Also option is covered from both split back and shotgun. There is a special segment at the end covering how to defend the Wing T and Double Wing.Everyone starts out in a head-up alignment that shifts/slants to one-gap on the snap of the ball to maximize quicker defensive linemen and confuse the offensive line blocking rules. . 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. Coach Stewart covers each position starting with the defensive line, which is coached to move down the line of scrimmage. They react to offensive line movement instead of over penetrating. The inside linebackers play at 5-yard depths and they read Guard to Backfield. The outside backers flip-flop since the strong OLB has to take on TE and FB blocks. The secondary consists of two corners and two safeties. The corners set the edge and the safeties fill the alley on the run. Coach Stewart takes you from the whiteboard to gamefilm to show you each defensive call in action. He covers perimeter run, inside trapping game, and I-back iso game. Also option is covered from both split back and shotgun. There is a special segment at the end covering how to defend the Wing T and Double Wing.Everyone starts out in a head-up alignment that shifts/slants to one-gap on the snap of the ball to maximize quicker defensive linemen and confuse the offensive line blocking rules. . 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. Coach Stewart covers each position starting with the defensive line, which is coached to move down the line of scrimmage. They react to offensive line movement instead of over penetrating. The inside linebackers play at 5-yard depths and they read Guard to Backfield. The outside backers flip-flop since the strong OLB has to take on TE and FB blocks. The secondary consists of two corners and two safeties. The corners set the edge and the safeties fill the alley on the run. Coach Stewart takes you from the whiteboard to gamefilm to show you each defensive call in action. He covers perimeter run, inside trapping game, and I-back iso game. Also option is covered from both split back and shotgun. There is a special segment at the end covering how to defend the Wing T and Double Wing.Everyone starts out in a head-up alignment that shifts/slants to one-gap on the snap of the ball to maximize quicker defensive linemen and confuse the offensive line blocking rules. . 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. Coach Stewart covers each position starting with the defensive line, which is coached to move down the line of scrimmage. They react to offensive line movement instead of over penetrating. The inside linebackers play at 5-yard depths and they read Guard to Backfield. The outside backers flip-flop since the strong OLB has to take on TE and FB blocks. The secondary consists of two corners and two safeties. The corners set the edge and the safeties fill the alley on the run. Coach Stewart takes you from the whiteboard to gamefilm to show you each defensive call in action. He covers perimeter run, inside trapping game, and I-back iso game. Also option is covered from both split back and shotgun. There is a special segment at the end covering how to defend the Wing T and Double Wing.Everyone starts out in a head-up alignment that shifts/slants to one-gap on the snap of the ball to maximize quicker defensive linemen and confuse the offensive line blocking rules. . 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. Coach Stewart covers each position starting with the defensive line, which is coached to move down the line of scrimmage. They react to offensive line movement instead of over penetrating. The inside linebackers play at 5-yard depths and they read Guard to Backfield. The outside backers flip-flop since the strong OLB has to take on TE and FB blocks. The secondary consists of two corners and two safeties. The corners set the edge and the safeties fill the alley on the run. Coach Stewart takes you from the whiteboard to gamefilm to show you each defensive call in action. He covers perimeter run, inside trapping game, and I-back iso game. Also option is covered from both split back and shotgun. There is a special segment at the end covering how to defend the Wing T and Double Wing.Everyone starts out in a head-up alignment that shifts/slants to one-gap on the snap of the ball to maximize quicker defensive linemen and confuse the offensive line blocking rules. . 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. Coach Stewart covers each position starting with the defensive line, which is coached to move down the line of scrimmage. They react to offensive line movement instead of over penetrating. The inside linebackers play at 5-yard depths and they read Guard to Backfield. The outside backers flip-flop since the strong OLB has to take on TE and FB blocks. The secondary consists of two corners and two safeties. The corners set the edge and the safeties fill the alley on the run. Coach Stewart takes you from the whiteboard to gamefilm to show you each defensive call in action. He covers perimeter run, inside trapping game, and I-back iso game. Also option is covered from both split back and shotgun. There is a special segment at the end covering how to defend the Wing T and Double Wing.Everyone starts out in a head-up alignment that shifts/slants to one-gap on the snap of the ball to maximize quicker defensive linemen and confuse the offensive line blocking rules. . 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. Coach Stewart covers each position starting with the defensive line, which is coached to move down the line of scrimmage. They react to offensive line movement instead of over penetrating. The inside linebackers play at 5-yard depths and they read Guard to Backfield. The outside backers flip-flop since the strong OLB has to take on TE and FB blocks. The secondary consists of two corners and two safeties. The corners set the edge and the safeties fill the alley on the run. Coach Stewart takes you from the whiteboard to gamefilm to show you each defensive call in action. He covers perimeter run, inside trapping game, and I-back iso game. Also option is covered from both split back and shotgun. There is a special segment at the end covering how to defend the Wing T and Double Wing.Everyone starts out in a head-up alignment that shifts/slants to one-gap on the snap of the ball to maximize quicker defensive linemen and confuse the offensive line blocking rules. . 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. Coach Stewart covers each position starting with the defensive line, which is coached to move down the line of scrimmage. They react to offensive line movement instead of over penetrating. The inside linebackers play at 5-yard depths and they read Guard to Backfield. The outside backers flip-flop since the strong OLB has to take on TE and FB blocks. The secondary consists of two corners and two safeties. The corners set the edge and the safeties fill the alley on the run. Coach Stewart takes you from the whiteboard to gamefilm to show you each defensive call in action. He covers perimeter run, inside trapping game, and I-back iso game. Also option is covered from both split back and shotgun. There is a special segment at the end covering how to defend the Wing T and Double Wing.Everyone starts out in a head-up alignment that shifts/slants to one-gap on the snap of the ball to maximize quicker defensive linemen and confuse the offensive line blocking rules. . 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. Coach Stewart covers each position starting with the defensive line, which is coached to move down the line of scrimmage. They react to offensive line movement instead of over penetrating. The inside linebackers play at 5-yard depths and they read Guard to Backfield. The outside backers flip-flop since the strong OLB has to take on TE and FB blocks. The secondary consists of two corners and two safeties. The corners set the edge and the safeties fill the alley on the run. Coach Stewart takes you from the whiteboard to gamefilm to show you each defensive call in action. He covers perimeter run, inside trapping game, and I-back iso game. Also option is covered from both split back and shotgun. There is a special segment at the end covering how to defend the Wing T and Double Wing.Everyone starts out in a head-up alignment that shifts/slants to one-gap on the snap of the ball to maximize quicker defensive linemen and confuse the offensive line blocking rules. . 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. Coach Stewart covers each position starting with the defensive line, which is coached to move down the line of scrimmage. They react to offensive line movement instead of over penetrating. The inside linebackers play at 5-yard depths and they read Guard to Backfield. The outside backers flip-flop since the strong OLB has to take on TE and FB blocks. The secondary consists of two corners and two safeties. The corners set the edge and the safeties fill the alley on the run. Coach Stewart takes you from the whiteboard to gamefilm to show you each defensive call in action. He covers perimeter run, inside trapping game, and I-back iso game. Also option is covered from both split back and shotgun. There is a special segment at the end covering how to defend the Wing T and Double Wing.

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