Flag Football Double Slant Coaching Points
By FirstDown PlayBook on Nov 9, 2018

One of the reasons that the popularity of flag football has exploded around the globe is that it is so similar to tackle football. Yes, there are some who will contend that it is nothing like tackle football because there is no blocking and tackling. Those people would be correct to a degree, but once you get past that there is so much that is similar and that is why it should be embraced and not shunned.

Today, FirstDown PlayBook is going to coach up one of your 8v8 flag football plays to help you run this football play more effectively but to also point out there really is not very much different with what the quarterback and receivers are taught to do in tackle football.

One of the great things about FirstDown PlayBook is that even when it comes to flag football, the football plays that you learn from are not just lines on a canvas drawn by someone who looked it up on the internet or is trying to draw it up from television. All FirstDown PlayBook flag football plays and defenses come with a scheme and a coaching progression that we give you as a FirstDown PlayBook coach.

So, take a look at how we coach up this double slant quick game flag football play and you will quickly understand that the detail is important with flag football just as it is with tackle. We want you to continue to grow and learn our great game while FirstDown PlayBook grows with the game of flag football around the world!

FirstDown PlayBook is the only Digital Football PlayBook that gives you access to over thirty five thousand football plays, schemes and technique help all designed by coaches and players with NFL experience. FirstDown Playbook is also the official PlayBook resource of USA Football and Football Canada..

On January 6, 2019 FirstDown PlayBook is going to hand the chalk back to you, the coach. You will finally have the capability of editing our database of plays, which should be pushing 40,000 by then, as well as create your own plays. Want it first and for less? Bang on the football to your left to learn how.

 

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