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    Default Singleback big twins 4 play scheme

    HB Counter (base play)
    WR Screen (quick pass audible)
    PA FL Stretch (PA audible)
    HB Dive (run audible)

    HB Counter-
    Simply follow your blockers. Great run play. I like to motion the TE on the left to the right for better blocking.
    Really easy to confuse your opponent by flipping the run and motioning.

    WR Screen (makeshift HB Screen)- this play can be deadly
    Streak X
    Block B to the left
    Put RB on an out to the left
    Slant A
    READS-
    Look to hit your running back right when he cuts since there won't be much time in the pocket. There will be great blocking set up from the hot routes

    PA FL Stretch-
    Put A on a zig/whip route
    Streak Y
    Fade B
    Put RB to flats
    READS
    If they are in man look to the TE running the zig but hit him when he cuts to the middle of the field not after he cuts to the sideline. Look for your other TE for a pass lead in or out against zone.

    HB Dive-
    Just a simple run play. If there aren't many in the box then this is the play to run.

    That's it for now guys, try this out and leave some feedback, thanks.

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    Great little scheme. On the HB screen, you can also do a block and release with the HB. A lot of times it throws the D off when you do that. Just watch out for heat. If they come, be prepared to hit the slant as the hot read.

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    This is good stuff. I LOVE this formation. You can have so many different looks by flipping the play so that one play becomes two. You can flip a pass play and the defense won't catch on to your reads nearly as easy. Also, the motion of a te to the run side on an outside run is deadly once or twice a game. Inside runs seem to be money for me if they are not blitzing.

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    What playbook can I find this formation in?

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    Love this formation

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    Quote Originally Posted by goodfella024 View Post
    What playbook can I find this formation in?
    Also wondering this?? Thanks

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    Still waiting on which playbook...anyone help?

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    I just cant run from singlebqck this year, but I am gonna give this scheme a shot

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaddenMayhem4 View Post
    Still waiting on which playbook...anyone help?
    Singleback big and singleback ace are pretty much the same formation. Most playbooks have singleback big or ace but I don't know how many have sb big/ace twins. I am not sure how many books have this but I think it is quite a few. Also, anyone know if there is a real difference between sb big/ace/deuce?

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    Quote Originally Posted by playm8kersike View Post
    I just cant run from singlebqck this year, but I am gonna give this scheme a shot
    The key to running from singleback is to either have enough tes to block the run or to spread the defense out.

    For example, singleback 4 wr formations easy eight yard gains if you run it up the middle (of course, you can only do this once or twice before the defense figures it out and pinches the line or stacks the box).

    This is a simple spread concept. You make the defense take defenders out of the box to cover recievers. If they do, you can run, since there are five blockers and five men in the box. If they don't then you have a great machup on the recievers.

    For me, if I run 2 back sets in the same game I run singleback, running lanes never seem to open up, since the defence is ready for the run. The key is to play very balanced and playing pass first. Then running lanes will open.

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