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Gun Y Off Trio Wk

Playbook: New Orleans Saints

Formation: Gun Y Off Trio WK

Play: HB Draw

Setup:

  1. None required

Reads:

  1. Follow the blockers

Overview: A draw is always good to mix in with our passes because it creates the illusion that we are going to pass the ball. Therefore, our opponent is ready for a pass play and we can gain an easy 5 or so yards.

Playbook: New Orleans Saints

Formation: Gun Y Off Trio WK

Play: PA Post Dig Shot

Setup:

  1. Put the A/X tight end on a drag route (Optional)

Reads:

  1. The main target we will look for is the X/Square receiver deep
  2. Then look for the RB/R1 receiver on the crossing route
  3. Next, find the B/O receiver on the in route
  4. Finally, if we put the tight end on a drag route check it down to him

Overview: As shown in the video here this play easily bombs Cover 4 and Cover 2 defenses. While it also has routes that are good against every other type of coverage as well.

Playbook: New Orleans Saints

Formation: Gun Y Off Trio WK

Play: Saints Outs

Setup:

  1. Put the X/Square receiver on a streak
  2. Put the B/O receiver on an in route and smart route him
  3. Block the Tight end

Reads:

  1. The first read on the play is the running back out of the back field
  2. Then look for the RB/R1 receiver on the post
  3. Finally, find the B/O receiver on the in route on the back side

Overview: This is a great zone beating concept to use out of this formation and we can also get our running back involved out of the backfield. The streak is going to clear out the space for the post route to be a huge gain.

Playbook: New Orleans Saints

Formation: Gun Y Off Trio WK

Play: Stick N Up

Setup:

  1. Put the A/X tight end on a streak
  2. Put the RB/R1 receiver on a drag route
  3. Block the running back

Reads:

  1. The first read on the play is the B/O receiver on the fade
  2. Then look for the A/X tight end up the seam of the field
  3. Next, find the X/Square receiver on the post
  4. Finally, if all else fails check down to the RB/R1 receiver on the drag

Overview: This video we break down how this play destroys every type of zone coverage we will face. The two streaks on the right side of the field clear everything out for the post coming across. While also the streaks are thrown to as well against certain defenses.

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