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FLEX is a strong side play.

The aiming point for the Single


Back is 1 yard outside of the TE.
If the “A” is play side he is
responsible for blocking the force
(strong safety) defender.
If the “A” is aligned on the
backside of the play he must start
on an inside path and block the
most dangerous pursuing
defender
If the “A” is in motion prior to the
snap and we want him to block
the force defender on the play
side we will call FLEX BOSS.
BOSS

BOSS means Back On Strong


Safety

The term BOSS does NOT change


anything for the O-Line, Tight
Below are some of the Formations
from which we can run FLEX &
FLEX BOSS:
BOSS
FLEX FLEX BOSS
Tray (Trix or Tree) Tray
“A”
Dizzy Dizzy “A”
Deuce Deuce “A”
Deuce Slot Deuce
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FLEX & FLEX BOSS Notes vs.
Under
If the Center can reach the Nose
he will make a “YOU” call to the
Strong Guard telling the Strong
Guard to pull and block the
MLB’er

The Strong Tackle & TE will


“TEX”. The TE must block DOWN
and not allow any penetration.
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Flex
Boss
SB
FLEX & FLEX BOSS Notes vs.
Loaded:
If the Center can NOT reach the
Nose he will make a “ME” call to
the strong guard telling him to
block the Nose and the Center will
pull to block the MLB’er.
The Strong Guard must block
DOWN and not allow the Nose to
penetrate.
The Strong Tackle and the TE will
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FLEX & FLEX BOSS Notes vs. 4-3:
The Tight End is responsible for
blocking the DE wherever he
aligns.
The Strong Tackle is responsible
for pulling and blocking the
SLB’er wherever he aligns. Stay
square and see the SLB’er during
the pull
The Center is responsible for
blocking the MLB’er. The Quick
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FLEX & FLEX BOSS Notes vs. 4-3
WIDE:
The Tight End is responsible for
blocking the DE wherever he
aligns. STEP-CROSS-STEP to
reach the DE.
The Strong Tackle is responsible
for pulling and blocking the
SLB’er. Stay square and see the
SLB’er during the pull - you could
go around OR inside of the TE’s