TFP 22: Three Screens You Need to Install in Your Offense

Do you struggle with screens in your offense? Do you not know what screens to run for your screen game? Or do you have so many screens that you can’t practice your screen game in a week? Do you want to simplify your offense so you can mix and match your screen game with your quick game and drop back passes?

Then you are in luck. Because today I talk about the three screens you need to install in your offense.

If you are like me then you know how deadly a great offensive screen game is. It is a core belief in the Air Raid Offense. So why do we all struggle with it?

Because we install too many screens and do not rep them enough.

But I’m here to help you condense your playbook by telling you the best screens to run.

You’ll learn from this episode:

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Comments on TFP 22: Three Screens You Need to Install in Your Offense

  1. Rhett Peltier says:

    What’s your email address?

  2. Rhett Peltier says:

    Nice job with your podcast channel. Another screen I like is the tunnel screen to number 1 away from the counter/GT blocking scheme. Works really well when backers read guards and is a nice compliment to the counter run game.

    1. Coach Peltier,

      Thank you for the kind words, sir. And thank you for the amazing idea. I never thought about tagging the tunnel screen with the counter. I’m totally stealing that idea and claiming it as my own. I’d love to get you on the podcast as well. Would you be willing to let me interview you?

      1. Rhett Peltier says:

        Sure, contact me anytime. I sent you my info via email.

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