Easy Inverted Wishbone Formation Play for Youth Football – 2 TE Double Pop Pass

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This is a very easy and effective Inverted Wishbone Formation Play for Youth Football that is a 2 Tight End Double Pop Pass. I love the quick hitting pop pass for youth football teams. You almost do not need to block it since the quarterback must get the pass off on his first step. This is the new play in the free youth football play series.

Power Wing Beast Offense Playbook For Youth Football

I started playing with the Inverted Wishbone Formation after watching the Green Bay packers run a short yardage play in the formation. I fell in love immediately and drew up the play. I then started playing with the formation in my your football playbook. I then ran a few plays during a scrimmage and it was awesome. I named our inverted wishbone formation TRIG for triangle. Many others also call the formation Diamond.

I quickly added the inverted wishbone formation or Trig to my Power Wing Beast Offense Playbook for Youth Football. The Trig play below is one of my favorite Trig plays; the Double Pop Pass Play. It is an awesome youth football pass play. This is a definite youth football play that works! See the game replay film below.

Inverted Wishbone Formation Play

inverted wishbone formation play TE Double Pop Pass

You can see from the inverted wishbone formation play above the Trig Double Pop Pass or Trig Popeye the two blocking backs fill the TEs gaps once they leave on the routes. The TB will block or run a Swing route. So it is a max protection pass play that will hit quick. As you can see from below, we almost put it in the end zone for 6. It did set up the next play for a TD. Probably a Beast Wedge. LOL.

Inverted Wishbone Formation Play – Game Video

In the game footage above the QB takes a 3 step drop vs the 1 step. He was a shorter QB and needed the depth to see over the o-line. You may need to do the same if you have a short QB. It looks like the other tight end is even more open than the one we threw too. This the double pop pass is one of my favorite youth football passing play route combos. Especially when you have been running all day along then Wham!


Please check out all the free youth football plays that I have been posting in 2021. I have set a goal to try to post 3 free plays a week for 2021. See more free youth football plays that work here.

Stay tuned as I bring more free youth football plays to the community. I started the free play series since a few online said I was just trying to sell playbooks. Well for about 10 years I gave away all of my info and some wanted the playbooks packaged and organized.

So, I started selling organized playbooks too. But much of the base play and formation info I sell can be obtained my WebsiteTwitterFacebook and Youtube site. Enjoy the youth football coaching tips and plays!!! Let me know how I can help you become a better youth football coach.


Do you run this inverted wishbone formation youth football play from the Trig formation similar formation and play please let me know. Did I choose one of your favorite plays? If not let me know what free play you would like to see next in my youth football free play series at CoachParker.org.

Please leave me a comment below or contact me anytime. I love talking youth football and Inverted Wishbone Formation plays other youth football formations and plays

Remember to Play for Fun and Winning is Funner!
Coach Parker
Fort Worth, Texas

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PSS: I have started a new Youtube Channel and website with my other hobby; World of Tanks. Check them out if you need a distraction during the crazy pandemic. WotNoobz.com and WotNoob.com.


~ I also want to say that there are many coaches online and in forums that are starting to closely copy my football diagrams from the Beast and Wildcat to claim their own and not acknowledge the source materials. Much of what I write and develop into playbooks I have run, it has been run against me, I have played it as a player etc. I can tell you when and how I came up with the information.

I also try to source my materials as much as possible to give other coaches and authors credit for their works. Beware of imitators and make sure they have a history, more than 1 or 2 seasons, of running the offense they are writing about. My playbooks, plays and formations are time tested and proven. Thank you.

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