Marry These Two Youth Football Wing T Plays
By FirstDown PlayBook on Jul 19, 2019

If you have ever watched really good Wing T football team, several things jump out at you pretty quickly. The first thing is that when you first look at it there seems to be players going in many different directions.

The next thing you notice is that it’s really hard to find the football even as a spectator. By the time you locate who has the football, it is often times two or three yards past the line of scrimmage. If that is frustrating to you just think about how the linebackers feel.

Finally after you continue watching this misdirection offense enough, you begin to realize that this Wing T offense consists of about four plays and they all look alike!

Teams that are much smaller, slower and yes, dare we say not even close in talent level can often  make defenses look helpless with the Wing T offense. Now please keep in mind that this kind of offensive execution does not come easy and requires a lot of repetition to get as good at it as you need to be.

However, when a youth football coach starts weighing the odds of getting their ten year old quarterback to be able to throw the ball better vs working on a Wing T misdirection attack the Wing T is the choice.

In today’s video we take two staples of the Wing T, the Fullback Trap and the Bucksweep and explain how they are two plays you can marry in your Wing T offense.

In fact we take it a step further and show you how FirstDown PlayBook has already done it for you.

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..

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