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WHY THE DOUBLE WING?

We had been looking at a change in our


offense for quite some time. We had been an
³I´ formation time forever except for the one
year we ran the wishbone. We had looked at
both the Wing T and the Double Wing. With
the tight line splits we were already using we
settled on the Dwing. We fell in love with the
combination of power football, mis-direction,
and play action passing capability of the DW.

The most asked question we got was: ³Coach, why are you changing in mid
season?´ We were stagnant and for the first time, not doing well offensively.
We had a 2-2 record and went 4-0 after we switched. We went from 16 points a
game to 35 and from 275 yards of offense per game to almost 500 YPG. Our
passing efficiency improved also. Good choice to switch, huh?
WHY AN AMINATED PLAYBOOK?
The coaching staff of the Giants decided
that this online playbook may hold the
the kid¶s attention a little more than paper.
More than once we have handed out
playbooks and they have been left in the
bleachers We feel you can actually pick
up the movement of our plays instead of a
diagram with a bunch of lines, arrows, and
in general chicken scratch all over a piece
of paper.

We felt with all the time kids spend at the computer nowadays, this was just a
natural extension. The kids are more likely to look at this presentation. We
feel it will also be useful for new assistant coaches coming into our program
that are not familiar with the Double Wing (we are planning on using this
system a while).
WHY AN AMINATED PLAYBOOK?

This presentation can be useful on the days we can¶t practice.


We can set it up in the classroom on a projector and show it to
the group as a whole and answer any questions.

The coaching staff will teach how we want to run our plays and
tips and techniques to help us execute the Double Wing. When
we start practicing and other people see this ³weird´ formation
they will think we have lost our minds. We ask you trust us and
you will see it is an exciting offense that is fun to use.

Now, let¶s start learning about the Double Wing we will use.
Other teams may run it differently, but we have found this way to
be successful for our team. What we will discuss is our base
offense and core plays. We will not add anything else until we
can properly execute this package.
THE DOUBLE WING FORMATION
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This is our Double Wing formation. We call it Double Tight.

The Coaches will instruct you in more detail in practice on how to line up, but
here are few pointers:

The linemen¶s feet should be no farther than 6 inches apart and their heads should
be even with the Center¶s waist. The hand closest to the ball should be down and
the toes of the foot closest to the ball should at the heel depth of the other foot.
Your feet should be about as wide as your shoulder.
THE DOUBLE WING FORMATION
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The two Wingbacks should be right off the hips of the Ends, looking towards
the hips of the Ends. The WB¶s should almost be able to reach out and touch
the Ends.

The FB is down in a 3 point stance and should almost be able to touch the QB
if he were to reach out with his hand.
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A play call for, example, would be Power Right. To run the play the other way
the other way the call would be Power Left. Even though we only have 6 running
plays, there are actually 10 because they are mirrors of each other (we use no
mirror plays for the Wedge or FB Trap). The left or right call tells us what side of
the formation the ball is going to be run.

Some offenses number the gaps between linemen. The Double Wing numbers
the players for playcalling purposes. For example, if 88 Super Power was called,
the first number tells the Fullback where. to go, the second tells where the ball is
going. In our base offense we just name the play. When we start adding plays
we may use the number system.
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The next two slides go over our blocking rules. For the Double Wing, as with
any offense, the offensive line has to know who to block. The coaches will
teach linemen how to block, but maybe more importantly, who to block.
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This is our basic rule for Double Wing blocking. Remember, playside (PS)
means the side of the center the ball is going to be run at. Back side (BS) is the
opposite side from the attack. We will drill and rep this in practice and answer
question you may have.

(PSG & PST)


GAP ± protect inside GAP (Center your playside gap)
ON ± defensive lineman over.
DOWN ± 1st read is the next defensive lineman inside, 2nd read is first
Lber away (inside). If he gets by wing him and take 2nd lber away.

(PSTE or Man inside of POA (Point of Attack)


GAP ± as above
DOWN ± as above

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MAN ON ± Drive NT over
MAN AWAY ± Center¶s DOWN (as above)
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lineman are in that box.

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The following plays are our base offense. Remember, this animated
playbook is to give the coaches and players an idea of how we will run the
Double Wing. Detailed instruction will take place in practice. After you
leave this page you will be taken through our plays or if you would like to see
a specific play, click on the play name.

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The Center and Right Guard perform a double team block on the first player that
playside. The other linemen put their shoulders into the ribs of the player beside
them toward the ball. Everyone keeps their feet moving and tries to carry the wedge
upfield.

The FB takes the ball behind the wedge and keeps his feet moving looking for
daylight. The WBs help form the wedge and do not push the runner, for that is a
penalty.

The LE fakes a block down and runs a flag pattern while the QB runs a bootleg action
and pretends he has the ball.

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The LT and LG pull through the Center¶s hips and looks to block the 1st defender that
makes penetration, if there is none, they turn upfield at the RE spot and looks to wall off
defender pursuit.

The RG,RT,and RE use gap-on-down blocking rules (we will teach these in practice and
discuss some of the blocking rules later in this presentation.) The WB will wall of the
first Linebacker coming from inside. The LE reaches all the way down to the Center.
The FB does a kick out block on the Defensive end.

The Left WB goes in motion before the snap takes the handoff and makes a cut off the
FB¶s block, preferably inside. The QB calls for the snap when the WB is in the Guard-
Tackle gap and pivots out, hands to the WB, and runs bootleg action.

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All the action by the offensive line, Right WB, FB, and Left WB is the same
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The big difference on the Super Power is the QB action. The QB spins and
tosses the ball to the WB instead of handing the ball off. Instead of bootleg
action the QB leads the WB through the hole as a lead blocker.

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The Right Guard and Tackle pull and the Guard kick outs the DE and the Tackle
pulls through and seals to the outside. The RE reaches all the way to the Center.
The Left Guard, Tackle, and End use gap-on-down blocking rules.

The LW goes in motion like the Power and Super Power. The RW drop steps,
takes an inside handoff, and cuts inside the Guards kick out block. The QB
spins and hands the ball off forward. Once the hand off is completed, the QB
sprints around the Right end.

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This play provides a nice little twist when the defense starts overplaying the Power
and Super Power. We run this play a little different than what ´the books says ´.

The Right Guard pulls and seals outside. The left End, Tackle, and Guard uses the
gap-on-down rules. After the hand off the QB kicks out the DE. The right Tackle
and Guard reach to the Center.

The LW goes in motion like the Power and takes the hand off from the QB.. The
RW drop steps, takes an inside hand off from the Left WB, and cuts inside the QB¶s
kick out block. The FB runs Power action and the Left WB continues around the
right end.

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This play provides the FB a chance to run the ball and we call it as a reward for the
FB for providing the key blocks on the DEs.

The Left Guard pulls through the Centers feet and blocks the first man right off the
Center. The LG uses gap-on-down rules. The RT blocks the first Lber inside and the
RE blocks the first Lber away. The LT and LE reach to the Center. The Right WB
walls off the first DB inside.

The LW goes in motion like the Power. The QB spins out hands the ball to the FB and
bootlegs left. The FB waits for the ball from the QB. When the QB is out of the way
the FB runs straight ahead if there is no man on the Center (even front) or veers to the
right if there is a man on the Center (odd front.)

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This is a good play to throw the Defense off stride after they have been pounded by
the Wedge. If the Wedge has been successful (and it usually is) this has been a big
pass play for us. We have no mirror play for this pass yet.

The Offensive Line, as well as the WBs, put their shoulders into the ribs of the player
next to them towards the Center just like the Wedge. The O-Line can only go one
yard up the field as it would be an ineligible receiver downfield.

The QB fakes the hand off to the FB and runs bootleg action (this is why it is
important to carry out the fakes on all our plays) to the left. The LE fakes a down
block and runs a corner pattern. If the Cornerback covers the End , the QB runs. If
the DB comes up to stop the run, the pass goes to the End.

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This is a good play for when the defense comes up to stop the Power

The LG pulls and blocks the DE on this play. The LE and LT reach all the way to the
Center. The RG and RT use the gap-on-down rules. The FB takes 3 steps in the same to the
right as he was going to run the Power and then moves to the block area the RE vacated.

The Left WB runs power action.The QB hand off to the WB and runs bootleg action (it is
important to carry out the fakes on all our plays) to the left. The WB does not show pass
until he is past the area the End lines up on. The RE waits for the WB to clear and runs to
the flat and the WB runs a 12 yard down and out pattern. We can make an adjustment to
this play. If we call ³Power Wingback Pass Throwback´ it means the WB passes back to
the QB. This is why we stress carrying out our fakes. Most youth defenses forget to cover
the QB for he is an eligible receiver also.

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This is a good play for when the defense over pursues to stop the Power. We
use this play to influence the defense and we go the other way with the ball

The Offensive line uses gap-on-down pass protection rules

The entire backfield runs Power action. The QB fakes a hand off (and try to
make a convincing fake) to the Left WB and runs bootleg action to the left
side. The LE fakes a down block and runs a corner pattern. If the Cornerback
covers the End , the QB runs. If the DB comes up to stop the run, the pass
goes to the End.

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The Offensive line uses gap-on-down pass protection rules

The Ends run banana routes to the out side and the WBs run inside banana
routes. Each runs 7 yards and turns and looks back at the QB. The QB spins
and fakes a hand off to the FB and then drops back one more step. This is the
only play we use that the QB has to make ³reads´. For example, pick up the
Safety. if he shades to the right go left with the ball. This read has cut the
number of receivers in half that you can throw to. Whichever End or WB on
the side that is is open is thrown the ball.

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and running the Dwing. Also, a ³News You Can Use´ section on football and other
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swear by Reed¶s books. isiting this site for the articles alone is very worthwhile, as
the articles are very thought provoking.

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football. Many coaches discuss, debate, and provide advice
on the Double Wing in particular and youth football in
general We have learned a lot just by sitting back and
observing. Once there, you can find other football forums.
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provides video that shows the Double Wing in action. The video convinced us to give a
long hard look at the Dwing.

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Another fine site for youth football and coaches÷ Many coaches post here with ideas and
thoughts on the great game of youth football. After reading these coaches¶ posts, you
will come to realize the youth game is very different from the games seen on T . This
site also provides free email and has coaching boards for many other youth sports.
Coaches from this site was extremely helpful to us in installing the Dwing.
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This site is an absolute must for the youth coach. Coach Wade has provided a resource that
was lacking for the youth coach. Football for Youth provides plays, philosophies, advice, and
playbbooks all geared towards the youth coach. Coach Wade¶s credo of ³helping one coach
helps twenty kids´ is so true. This site is where we got the Gap-8 defense the Giants use and
provided the inspiration for this PowerPoint presentation. This site convinced us to go to
³unconventional´ offenses and defenses.

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This is the site for the anceboro Youth Football


Association. At this site, the happenings of the association
and the Eagles and Giants are documented. During the
season games and practices are posted. A download page
provides registration material, a parents handbook and this
playbook. The site contains a search engine and free email.
You can contact us at this email address:
football@vanceboro.every1.net.
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This is a work of freeware, designed and written with the intent of free market use
This presentation was prepared by the coaching staff of the anceboro Giants. All
images and media enclosed in this program are believed to be in the public
domain at the time of creation. All rights are reserved to the creators of said
images and media. You may use and distribute copies of this presentation,
provided no changes are made to the text without the consent of the author or the
anceboro Giants.
Microsoft, PowerPoint, and the Microsoft Office Suite are registered trademarks
of Microsoft, Inc. Use of these products to view or display this presentation
constitutes agreement of the licensing restrictions of said company and products.
By using the tips and techniques in this presentation, you agree to hold the
anceboro Giants not responsible for any and all injuries that may occur. Football
is a dangerous sport, and no amount of padding or preparation can entirely
eliminate all dangers. All players should be properly equipped and trained before
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This PowerPoint Presentation is dedicated to the 2000 anceboro Giants. This team
showed us what is important in youth football. The season was to start soon and it
looked like we wouldn¶t be able to field a team due to the floods that hit our area. These
kids had one week of practice and then were competitive from the first game and ended
up 4-2. They showed dedication, desire, and heart. The kids listened to the coaches,
hustled, and willed their way to a successful season against teams that were
bigger,stronger, and faster. Most importantly, they had fun. The 2000 Giants showed
the coaches that the coaches must do everything possible to help kids succeed in football.
With hindsight being 20/20, we believe now , we may have had a championship if we
had used the Double Wing and the Gap-8
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