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GOD Blocking Rules in Youth Football Offenses

This free youth football coaching video reviews GOD blocking rules in the Power Wing Beast Offense by Coach Parker. The GOD rule stands for inside gap, on and down. GOD rules are very simple rule progressions for pee wee football players to understand. Many little league tackle teams use GOD as their main blocking call in youth tackle leagues across the country.

In the free little league blocking coaching tip video, I also review a few GOD rules variants.

  1. GOLD – Gap – On – Linebacker – Down
  2. GODLi – Gap On – Down – Linebacker Inside
  3. Jaw – Inside Angle Track Block

I use all 4 GOD variants call in my offense to adjust offensive line blocking to the different defensive formation that we see during the season and in some games. All of my plays have 2 or 3 different blocking calls so we can adjust our blocking scheme during the game. Check out the video and let me know what you think.  Enjoy the free pee wee football blocking assignments video.

For a direct link to the video go here – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1RfLaB9f9b8

For more free youth football coaching videos by Coach Parker go to his YouTube Channel at http://youtube.com/c/stephenparker

Stay tuned as I develop more free coaching videos on the Power Wing Beast Offense from my pee wee football playbook.

Play for Fun and Winning is Funner,
Coach Parker
Keller, TX / DFW Texas


 

 

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Beast Offense Tight Formation Plays – Actual Game Footage

Here are a few Beast Offense Tight formation plays from actual youth football game footage a few years back; Wedge Power Play and a two pass plays. The Beast Offense is a Single Wing Offense variant. Thanks to Game Tape Productions and KYA Football.

The Beast Tight Tank 16 Power Play and the Beast Tight Weasel Wedge plays are two of my favorite Beast Offense plays in youth football.  I have been running those same plays since 1994 and they have always been a key part of my offensive play calling.

I am a multiple formation offense coach and since I am very defensive oriented coach and am also like to control field position and clock management.  The Beast compliments the Double Wing offense, traditional Single Wing, Power I Formation and a Wildcat Spread type offense.  I use the Beast as my power formation when I know I need 3 yards but it scores many times which is why I love the formation.

Direct video link – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UPCE1ouqLbU

For more free youth football coaching videos by Coach Parker go to his YouTube Channel at http://youtube.com/c/stephenparker

The Beast Offense and its Tight, Wide and Jumbo single wing offense / wildcat offense variations is a great offense for 1st graders, 2nd graders and 3rd graders too.  The Beast Offense make a great power offense formation for 4th, 5th 6th and 7th grade pee wee football teams too.

Beware of the Beast or Lose!

Stay tuned as I develop more videos on the Power Wing Beast Offense from my youth football playbook.

Play for Fun and Winning is Funner,
Coach Parker
Keller, TX / DFW Texas

PS: If you enjoyed this video and blog post, please help me bring more free coaching content to the youth football community. Donate $1 at http://paypal.me/coachparker/1

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Beast Wide Youth Football Offense Playbook Base Plays

This video introduces the Beast Wide Offense Base Run plays in the Power Wing Beast Offense, a youth football offensive playbook. The Beast is a variant of the Single Wing Offense. My playbook highlights the Beast offense, Off Set I formation, Power i Offense, Double Wing / Spin and the Diamond Running formation. Stay tuned for more free youth football coaching videos.

In the Beast Wide Formation, the 3 blocking backs in the Beast Tight formation move to just outside the play side TE.  The main play out of this single wing offense variant is the stretch sweep which I call the “Spear.”  This is a great compliment play to the Beast Tight Tank youth football play.

Direct video link – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TVn6znbv9os

For more free youth football coaching videos by Coach Parker go to his YouTube Channel at http://youtube.com/c/stephenparker

The Beast Offense and its Tight, Wide and Jumbo single wing offense / wildcat offense variations is a great offense for 1st graders, 2nd graders and 3rd graders too.  The Beast Offense make a great power offense formation for 4th, 5th 6th and 7th grade pee wee football teams too.

Beware of the Beast or Lose!

Stay tuned as I develop more videos on the Power Wing Beast Offense from my youth football playbook.

Play for Fun and Winning is Funner,
Coach Parker
Keller, TX / DFW Texas

PS: If you enjoyed this video and blog post, please help me bring more free coaching content to the youth football community. Donate $1 at http://paypal.me/coachparker/1

 

 

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Youth Football Defenses – Coaching Clinic

Here is another episode in my Coaching Clinic; Youth Football Defenses.  In this video I review what a good youth football defense looks like, defensive goals and defensive formations.

You never lose a game if the opponent doesn’t score.
Darrell Royal

Defensive Goals

  1. Play team defense
  2. Score on Defense
  3. Limit off plays over 15 yards
    • Stop the sweep
    • Contain / Contain / Contain
  4. Create turnovers
  5. Less than 7 points a game
  6. Use hands
  7. No penalties especially offsides
  8. Stop top 2 RBs and Best Receiver
  9. Stop 5 best plays

Top Youth Football Defensive Formations

  1. 6-2 Wide Tackle
  2. 5-3 Defense
  3. 70 – Defense
  4. 6-1 Defense
  5. Gap 8
  6. 5-2 Monster
  7. 33 Stack
  8. 44 Stack

Good Youth Football Defense

  • Focused on Stopping the Run
    • Sweep and Off Tackle play
    • Contain Reverse and Counter
  • 7+ in the Box
  • Attacking / Penetration Type Defense
  • Do not expect your players to read running back
  • CB Focused on Run / FS Focused on Pass
  • Cover 1 or No FS (12+ may need to have a pass defense)
  • Learn to Stop the Pop Pass
  • Def Ends – Contain Man and Best Tacklers
  • LBs – Also best Tacklers and Pursuit

USA Football – Heads Up Tackling

SeahHawks Tackling

I hope you have enjoyed this post.  Please leave me your comments and questions.  Share and like the post of you get the opportunity. Thank you.

Play for Fun and Winning is Funner,
Coach Parker
Keller, Texas / Ft. Worth TX

 

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