2 Backs? Coming Right At You.
By FirstDown PlayBook on Feb 9, 2016



You are still out there and we know it. You believe that there just might be something to the way they run an offense at Alabama , Michigan and Stanford, not to mention the NFL.  Maybe you have that one kid who doesn’t mind playing Guard in the backfield particularly when he will be blocking Linebackers that rarely see anything like him coming out of the backfield these days.

Maybe you have two very talented backs that not only need touches but can pose a huge problem for defenses as they try to zero in on your zone read offensive attack.  Balancing up with two backs in the backfield can make total sense if your personnel dictates that you get both guys on the field at the same time.

Here at FirstDown PlayBook we don’t think that the attack has to end on the ground either. There are a lot of ways that a pass catcher coming out of the backfield can be as dangerous as a player lined up on the line of scrimmage. Add in the play action pass threat and the passing game takes on a whole new way of exposing the defense.

So for all of the above reasons, starting today FirstDown PlayBook will be diving into the world of two back passing game concepts in the red zone over the next week or so and as always we get you started by giving you a free play below complete with reads and coaching points!


2 Back Pap

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