• Midline Zone

  • Buzz Schoff

    Member
    January 15, 2021 at 10:10 am

    You stated for Inside Zone the RB has eyes on the first defender on the LOS from inside out and is looking to replace that DT or 0 Nose, for Outside Zone the RB has eyes on the first defender on the outside. When you run Midline Zone, what is the RB aiming point or where are his eyes?

  • Kyle Ralph

    Member
    January 15, 2021 at 3:23 pm

    We treat it like old-school midline. RB aiming point is essentially the butt crack of the center as he moves. We want that thing 1000mph down hill and aggressive. No cuts no dancing just BURST! He can make his cut then off the block at the 2nd level on the LB being blocked. We don’t wan’t reading here, this is all speed to create the read for the QB.

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