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Game 2 Install

It's your 2nd start

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Season 01 • Game 01

Game 2 Playbook

Welcome to your 2nd start Quarterback. Im very excited to see what you can do in the game - your time has come. Study the plays below - they're this week's game plan. You'll need to know them cold to execute on game day.

Installation - A term used to denote installing the plays for an offense.

If you have any questions or are unsure about something feel free to leave a comment at the bottom of your playbook and I'll try my best to answer.

Game 2 will be released and ready to play on Sunday, December 24th.

Tango Right Fake 22 Y Hook Z Over Lucy

Double Rt 2 Jet 363 H Option

Pistol Strong Right 54 Scan Yowzer X Go H Swing

Double Right 3 Jet F Shallow Cross Z Seam

X's + O's - Tampa 2 Coverage

The Tampa 2 defensive coverage is a well-known and widely utilized strategy in the National Football League (NFL).🏈

Coined after the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 🏴‍☠️ who popularized the scheme under the guidance of defensive coordinator Monte Kiffin and head coach Tony Dungy in the late 1990s, the Tampa 2 is a variation of the Cover 2 defense.

In the Tampa 2, the field is divided into zones, and each defender is responsible for a specific area. 

The key feature that distinguishes the Tampa 2 from traditional Cover 2 is the responsibilities of the middle linebacker aka Mike

In this scheme, the middle linebacker plays a pivotal role by dropping deep down the middle of the field, effectively creating a third deep defender. This allows the two safeties to split the deep part of the field and cover the sidelines, while the middle linebacker covers the middle seam. 

The idea behind the Tampa 2 is to limit big plays by having defenders in key areas to disrupt passes and prevent receivers from getting behind the defense.

The success of the Tampa 2 lies in the combination of disciplined zone coverage and pressure from the defensive line. 

By rushing the quarterback and disrupting the passing lanes, the defense aims to force quick throws and create turnovers. 

While the Tampa 2 has evolved over the years and may not be the primary defensive strategy for all teams, its principles and variations continue to influence defensive coordinators in their game planning and adjustments.

Footwork Fundamentals

Smash Concept
  • From under the center take 5 steps
  • From the shotgun take 3 steps
  • Whether you throw the corner or the underneath route you take one hitch to that route
  • You need to make your decision before your hitch step

Are you ready?

Make sure you've studied the playbook and are ready to perform. When game time rolls around all you'll hear from me is the play call and then it's up to you to execute.

If you have any questions be sure to leave a comment below and I'll do my best to coach you up before game time.

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