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Air Raid Mesh Route Conecpt

 

Do you have trouble against teams that run man to man? Do you have too many concepts passing concepts? Would you like to always be right when you call a passing play?

If you answered yes to any of these questions then this is the podcast for you.  I believe the Air Raid Mesh Concept is the one pass concept that every offense should run.

Why? It is the simplest route that can give you the most bang for your buck.

The Air Raid Mesh concept can run out of any formation, has answers for man or zone defenses, and can easily be adapted by tagging certain players.

You’ll learn from this episode:

  • How Hal Mumme’s Air Raid Mesh concept differs from Mike Leach’s Air Raid Mesh Concept.
  • How the Quarterback’s progression never changes.
  • How easy it is to tag a certain wide receiver to run a different route.
  • How to use your practice time to maximize the learning for your players.
  • How to overcome the main problems coaches have with the Air Raid Mesh Route.
  • Why you need to install the Air Raid Mesh route if you run RPOs.
  • What are the best drills to run in order to be successful running the Air Raid Mesh concept?

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Do you want to know what’s the difference between wide zone and tight zone? Do you want to know how many pass blocking schemes are too many? Have you ever wondered what to run against an eight-man box?

Good.

Because that’s what I talk about today in the second edition of the coaches mailbox.

You’ll learn from this episode:

  • The different aiming point for the offensive line in wide zone compared to tight zone.
  • Where the running back’s aiming point is in the wide zone.
  • How three different pass protections are all the same to the offensive line.
  • Who you need to follow on Twitter to learn about the wide zone.
  • Why Mexican cheese dip is my crack.

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Mike Rowe Football

Do you want to score 1,000 points per game? Do you want to utilize the latest technology to engage your kids? Do you want to be able to transform your team by implementing character building into your practice plan?

Do you? Great. Then you want to listen to this episode of Talking Football with Coach Mckie. Why? Because today I’m interviewing Coach Mike Rowe.

Who’s Coach Mike Rowe? Coach Rowe is a State Championship football coach from the state of Minnesota. Coach Rowe has won two conference titles, four section championships, and have gone deep in the playoffs the past five years in a row.

You’ll learn from this episode:

  • How to incorporate adversity into your practice schedule.
  • How implementing his character program sent his team to the state championship game.
  • How he matches up his defense to his offense.
  • How he built his feeder program and helped his program.
  • How his style of offense changed a basketball school into a football school.
  • How filming practice helps him practice faster.
  • How he uses Google Classroom to engage his players.

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Four different plays

I freaking love the Inside Zone and RPOs. I love how it allows me to call the best play no matter what the defense does. I love how it takes away the chalk from the defensive coordinator’s hand and gives it to my quarterback.

That’s why I talk about the best RPOs to tag to the Inside Zone scheme in this episode of Talking Football with Coach McKie.

What kind of RPOs do I talk about?

  • First level RPOs – reading defensive linemen for either a give or throw.
  • Second level RPOs – reading linebackers for either a give or throw.
  • Third level RPOs – reading corners and safeties for either a give or throw.

So if you want to learn which are the best RPOs for the Inside Zone then this is the episode for you.

Show Notes

Free Air Raid eBook

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Football Coaching Mailbag

On this episode of Talking Football with Coach McKie, I take coaches questions. I talk about what’s the difference between Y-Stick and Snag – aka Y-Corner. And I talk about what I think the best screen is against double A blitz.

If this is something you would like me to do every Friday then please let me know.

Show Notes

Coach Tyler Bitz Twitter

Free Air Raid Drills

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