Playbook: Carolina Panthers

Formation: Singleback Y Trips

Play: Flanker Under (Setup 1)

Setup:

  1. Put the B/O receiver on a fade route
  2. Put the A/X tight end on a flat route
  3. Put the X/Square receiver on a drag route
  4. Block the running back

Reads:

  1. The first read is the X/Square receiver on the drag route
  2. Then look for the A/X tight end in the flats
  3. If those are not there look for the RB/R1 receiver on the post corner route

Overview: This play is a flood concept to the right side of the screen, the drag route combined with the flat route makes it difficult to guard both underneath routes. Then your opponent also has to worry about the deep routes as well.

Playbook: Carolina Panthers

Formation: Singleback Y Trips

Play: Flanker Under (Setup 2)

Setup:

  1. Put the A/X tight end on a fade route
  2. Put the X/Square receiver on a drag route
  3. Put the B/O receiver on a slant route
  4. Block the running back
  5. Motion the RB/R1 receiver to the left side of the screen

Reads:

  1. The first read is the X/Square receiver on the drag route
  2. Then look for the RB/R1 receiver on the post route
  3. If that is not there look for the B/O receiver on the slant route

Overview: With this setup we have an effective crossing pattern concept. We have a drag route a slant route and a deep post route all attacking the middle of the field. This play will be very good to use in short yardage situations.

Playbook: Carolina Panthers

Formation: Singleback Y Trips

Play: PA Draw Shot

Setup:

  1. Put the A/X tight end on a drag route
  2. Put the B/O receiver on a slant route
  3. Block the running back

Reads:

  1. The first read is the A/X tight end on the drag route
  2. If that is not there look for the B/O receiver on the slant route
  3. Then look for the RB/R1 receiver deep on the right side
  4. Finally, look for the X/Square receiver deep on the left side of the screen

Overview: This is the man beating play of the formation. If your opponent likes to run man coverage use this play because we have four man beating routes all in one play. Two routes that torch man coverage deep and then two quick routes underneath in case they are bringing pressure.