Bob Run Play Adjustments To Bad Numbers
By FirstDown PlayBook on Mar 1, 2019

 
FORMATION: 2 BACK OPEN PISTOL

PLAY: Inside Zone Weak Back On Backer (BOB)

DESCRIPTION:

-Typically run out of 20 or 11 personnel expecting a sub defense (5 DB’s)

-Inside zone that is run to the weak open end side.

-Blocking Back takes a zone course & lead blocks on the weak inside LB.

-Potential throw or companion run vs 7 man fronts.

GENERAL RULES:

-Offensive Line & Fullback are responsible for the Defensive line & LB’s.

-The play side WR is responsible for any secondary force.

-The Offensive Line will leave the first inside (bubble) LB for the blocking back.

COACHING POINTS:

QB:

Catch the snap and open away from play side to execute reverse handoff.

Boot fake away

Ball Carrier:

Aiming Point: Offensive Tackle’s inside leg.

Footwork: Drop step with opposite foot. Take reverse handoff to the aiming point.

Blocking Back:

Initially mirror the zone steps of the Offensive line to create LB flow.

Strike the weak side LB down the middle or with inside head position.

WR’s:

Play Side: Block Secondary force

Back Side:

Slot: MDM backside cutoff.

Wide Receiver: MDM backside cutoff

Offensive Line:

-Calls are made play side to weak side starting with the Tackle

-The player making the call will dictate:

-If he is working alone on a one on one block or

-working a zone combination scheme with the next adjacent lineman.

-Leave the first inside bubble LB unblocked for the Fullback

 

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