Below is one of many proven Single Wing Beast Formation Plays in the Beast Wide formation that I call Worm for wide in my Power Wing Beast Offense playbook for youth football. Today’s free youth football play in the this series is the Worm Flood Pass from the Beast Offense Wide formation. If you would like to see more Beast formation variations then you can check out these Beast Formations.
Like most of the unstoppable youth football plays from the Beast formation the Beast Wide Flood Pass or Worm Flood Pass is a top youth football pass play. It has great pass blocking protection and floods the zone. There are several pass combos to this play and below is the main Worm Flood play diagram and game video of other Single Wing Beast Formation plays in the Worm formation set up for passes.
Single Wing Beast Formation Plays
This Worm Flood pass play is really a sweep option flood from the Wide Beast Formation. In Worm we just scoot the 3 blocking backs out to just outside the TE. The BBs stay tight together and in Beast Spread or Jumbo the BBs will spread out equidistant to the hash or sideline.
In the play above we really like to hit the 3 back on the quick out and sometimes the TEX will be wide open if the safety misses him and the CB plays the 4 back. We set this play up running Beast Tank and Worm Stretch Sweeps so the defense is really tuned in to stopping hard downhill single wing beast formation plays and will usually let a receiver sneak out open for a nice pass play.
Beast Wide Formation AKA Worm Formation
Below is the Beast Wide formation or what I call Worm, short for Wide. Once again this is a great Beast formation to run many single wing Beast formation plays out of to score and punish youth football defenses.
You can run the Worm formation under center of in the gun. I prefer to run Worm in gun since it is better for Sweeping and Passing vs Beast Tight formation which I may run under center called BUC.
More Worm Pass Plays Game Video
Here are a few single wing Beast formation plays that we ran during the playoffs a few years ago. Pretty good plays. Love the reverse drag concepts, especially against aggressive defenses.
Do you think you will run the Worm Flood Pass Play? Let me know if you do.
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