FlexBone Sprint Out Pass Install

By FirstDown PlayBook on Oct 28, 2018

 
Most of you who are FirstDown PlayBook members know that one of our huge undertakings over the past year has been to get  all of your 35,000 to 40,000 football plays in color for you. As you can imagine, this has been a huge undertaking. We are happy to let you know that as of today all of the one back formation sprint out passes are in color and ready to go along with some new plays as a bonus!

Once we get through the two back formations(next!) that is pretty much going to get the entire football playbook up to speed. This is going to make it all the more easy for you to make whatever edits you want to our football plays starting this January when the FirstDown PlayBook Draw & Edit Tool is released.

The second thing that we want to talk about today is that one of the one back formations that we have installed sprint out passes for is your FlexBone formation. FlexBone football plays always bring an added extra element to them because often there is a player in motion and the defense generally reacts a certain way to that motion depending on how they choose to defend the option.

This can be a real advantage for your quarterback if you have the ability to start a motion and get the defense in a certain coverage for the sprint out pass game. Today’s short video takes you through our most recent sprint out pass installations as well as breaking down a FlexBone pass that should fit right into your system.

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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