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1Dummy Punch Defensive Drill 2Basic blocking skills Teach offensive linemen to first double team by running 3 on 5 blocking drill Offensive linemen should first learn this drill and ignore the inside linebackers Once the double team drill has been taught then advance on to where the guard or tackle would go out to pickup an inside linebacker The reasoning behind this procedure is that if defensive linemen can be blocked and holes created then the running back can get through the hole Chances are that the inside linebackers will get caught up in the wash of the play which will take them out but unless holes are created backs will get nowhere 3Pass blocking Teach OL to come up low thumbs in mouth chest out Always protect to the inside Never move outside foot unless DL makes you Stay squared to DL and make him take an outside route to QB Never open hips Hips always stay squared to DL The reasoning behind this technique is that the shortest distance to the QB is to take the inside route that must be closed off Make the DL take outside route This will create the longest route to the QB and open up passing lanes and create a pocket for the QB to pass 4Offensive lineman OL should always use a 3 point stance feet flat not on the ball of the foot On run first step should be 6 inches toward DL to maintain balance and power Shifting to left should be 1 foot to maintain balance Combo right 6 inches over and 6 inches up Half bucket step for a drop set 6 inches back with outside foot Full bucket step for a drop step half open of normal stance and then punch DL reset Passing Drills 1Crossing routes left and right 2Short curl making sure that rec comes back to the ball If ball is
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