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Beast Plays from a Scrimmage

This video has 10 Beast Plays from a scrimmage about 3 years ago with 11 and 12 year old team.  The video has several Beast Tank plays, three Beast pass plays, a Beast counter, Beast wedge and two Beast Sweep plays.  The video is actual scrimmage footage so you can hear coaches and see the formation up close to see how the Beast works.  I also narrate the film and make comments about how to improve the plays.

Check out the practice scrimmage video.  Good review for anyone looking to run the Beast formation and or just install the Beast Tank off-tackle play.

For a direct link to the video go here – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_n0IWKz9-Vk

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 youth football playbook.  Many of these plays are run by the top little league tackle teams across the Country in some of the best youth football associations. Subscribe to my blog or YouTube channel to find out more about the Beast Offensive Formation and coaching youth football in little league tackle leagues across the US.

You can purchase the Power Wing Beast Offense playbook here…..

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


 

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Beast Offense Plays – Jumbo Set – Pee Wee Playbook

These are the base Jumbo Offense Plays that I developed for my Power Wing Beast Youth Football Playbook. These are great pee wee offense plays to run against other little league youth football teams. I love the Beast Single Wing offense formation. The Beast is a power running offense and is very hard to stop by pee wee football defenses. The Beast Jumbo is a great Wildcat formation and can be easily run using multiple running backs.  The Beast formation is a great formation if you lost your QB and or to run with your 2nd and 3rd string backfield to get them some play time.

The Beast Jumbo formation is the Beast formation set up to run more outside and as a passing formation.  I like to run the Beast Jumbo with older teams especially when we start to install the Sweep Option pass.  The WB counter out of this Beast Jumbo formation is also very effective as is the base Sweep play, Reverse and Fake Reverse.

Enjoy the Beast Jumbo base plays in the free youth football coaching video below.

Direct video link – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KvHyALUlvB4

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 using a multiple offensive formation strategy 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


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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

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Single Wing Sweep TB 28 Right – Favorite Youth Football Play

Ah, the Single Wing!  Love it or hate it, the Single Wing offense works perfectly in youth football.  Like football from yesteryear, youth football is all about running the football.  The Single Wing offense is tailored to power run the football over youth football defenses.  The Single Wing offense puts more blockers at the point of attack than any other offense and overpowers the defense.  And the Single Wing Sweep is all about bringing the house on the sweep.  Which is why the Single Wing Sweep is number 7 on my top offensive plays in youth football.  Many probably have seen a form of this play in the NFL and the pros call this formation the Wildcat.

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Single Wing Sweep TB 28 Right

The Single Wing Sweep starts with a direct snap to the TB that is standing next to the QB.  The TB sweeps to the right staying behind his wall of blockers and climbing the stairs to the sideline and end zone.  The QB and FB sweep and block the corner and any linebacker flowing to the sweep.  The Wing Back blocks the defensive end or outside LB and sets up the sweep walling off the contain man.  The offensive line severe angle blocks down or left and the playside guard if uncovered pulls to help pick up flowing LBs.  The backside TE chips the DE and flows to the safety for down field blocks.  If the defense is prepared for the sweep by a wide corner or de, then have your running backs block them to the outside and the TB should cut underneath their blocks.  This adjustment is very much like the old Lombardi stretch sweep play.

Youth coaches should love the Single Wing offense or its variation THE BEAST.  Most youth football coaches think they need to run the Spread offense and throw the football to prepare their players for High School football.  Because your pass completion rate is typically below 25% in youth football, a pass play is usually a wasted play.  As a defensive coordinator in youth football, I love to coach against a passing team, because I know they are going to waste a ton of plays preparing for the future and I am coaching to win this game not my son’s high school game in five years.

Although the Single Wing offense is set up to run, you can always throw in a Tight End Pop Pass and Wing Fly.  These plays are very effective, especially the TE pop pass.  Usually the defense has put 9 or 10 in the box against the Single Wing and a TE pass usually results in a long gainer, plus it has a very high completion rate.

So what do you think about the Single Wing Sweep or Wildcat?  Let me know if you love it or hate it.  Would love to hear from you.  Please leave me a comment below.

Remember to play for fun and Winning is Funner!
Coach Parker
Fort Worth, Texas / Keller, TX / DFW

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