Playbook: Jacksonville Jaguars

Formation: Dollar 3-2-6

Play: Cover 3 Match

Setup:

  1. Press Coverage
  2. Shift the defensive line out
  3. Blitz the linebacker on the right side of the screen
  4. (Optional) Put the defensive end on the left side of the screen

Overview: This blitz brings phenomenal pressure from the left side while only blitzing 4 people and having a QB spy on the field. This is a very quick setup making it easy to adjust the other zones to what your opponent is doing. Mixed in with the rest of the Dollar scheme it is very effective.

Playbook: Jacksonville Jaguars

Formation: Dollar 3-2-6

Play: Spinner

Setup:

  1. Press Coverage
  2. Shift the defensive line out and crash them out
  3. Put the DE on the left side of the screen in a QB spy
  4. Put the blitzing cornerback and linebacker on the left side of the screen into zones

Overview: This is a quick blitz in the Dollar scheme it comes from the right side but B gap most of the time. This play is out of man coverage compared to the other plays in this scheme. The key here is to take away your opponents first read with your user and by that time the pressure will be there or your opponent will force a bad pass.

Playbook: Jacksonville Jaguars

Formation: Dollar 3-2-6

Play: Str Eagle Slant 3

Setup:

  1. Press Coverage
  2. Shift the defensive line out
  3. Put the defensive end on the right side of the screen into a QB spy

Overview: This blitz brings phenomenal pressure from the left side. While only blitzing 4 people and having a QB spy on the field. This is a very quick setup making it easy to adjust the other zones to what your opponent is doing. Mixed in with the rest of the Dollar scheme it is very effective.

Playbook: Jacksonville Jaguars

Formation: Dollar 3-2-6

Play: Str Eagle Slant 3 (Version 2)

Setup:

  1. Base Align
  2. Press Coverage
  3. Shift your defensive line to the left and crash them down
  4. Put your DE on the right into a QB Spy

Overview: This is only a 4 man rush and brings very fast heat off the left as long as your opponent isn’t blocking extra guys.  I find that this play is more consistent when you shift the defensive line to the left and crash them down, but it does signal to your opponent that you may be blitzing off the left side of the screen.