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OFFENSE PLAYBOOKS

The Air Raid Offense is a shotgun spread, pass-first offense designed by Hal Mumme and Mike Leach while they were at the University of Kentucky in the 1990’s.SEE FILES
These are various College Playbooks that range from full playbooks to clinic presentations given by various college football coaches.SEE FILES
A very popular offense that was developed into a system by Don Markham and is still run by many youth football and high school football teams.SEE FILES
The option offense may be the most popular type of offense. It can be run out of any offensive base scheme and an unlimited number of formations.SEE FILES
The passing game is an integral part of all offensive playbooks. These files contain information about all aspects of the Passing Game.SEE FILES
The Pistol Offense was designed in 2004 at the University of Nevada. The offense combines the shotgun and single back offenses into a hybrid system.SEE FILES
Professional Football has seen many styles of offense throughout its storied history. These playbooks all range from run heavy to pass heavy.SEE FILES
The football run game is an important part of every offense. These files provide a teaching tool for the various styles of the run game including Zone Blocking.SEE FILES
The Run and Shoot offense is run out of spread formations and it relies on receivers adjusting their routes based on coverages and movement of the defense.SEE FILES
The Spread Offense is arguably the most popular style of offense in football right now. It is run at every level from Youth football to the Professional ranks.SEE FILES
The philosophy of the West Coast is to emphasize short, horizontal passing passing plays that allow for a high completion percentage and a great run after the catch ability.SEE FILES
The Wing-T Offense has been made famous by University of Delaware Coach Harold “Tubby” Raymond, and is a popular misdirection offense that can be hard to stop.SEE FILES

DEFENSE PLAYBOOKS

The 3-3-5 Defense , 3-3 Stack or 3-5 Defense is known by many names, but has become more popular to defend the Spread Offense, especially at the High School level.SEE FILES
The 3-4 Defense is becoming more popular every year, especially in the NFL as teams try to find ways to defend against the pass and get more speed on the field.SEE FILES
The 4-2-5 Defense was once the passing answer for teams that ran the 4-4. In the recent years, teams looking to get more speed on the field adopted the 4-2-5 as a base defense.SEE FILES
The 4-3 Defense is probably the most common defense in football today, especially in the NFL. It was made famous by legendary coach Tom Landry.SEE FILES
The 4-4 Defense a balanced defensive front. It puts 8 defenders into the box to help against the run, but is vulnerable against the pass because of the 1 deep safety.SEE FILES
The 46 Defense was made famous by Buddy Ryan and the 1985 Chicago Bears. It is a defense that brings significant pressure by putting 8 men on the line of scrimmage.SEE FILES
The 50 Defense is really just a reduced version of the 3-4 Defense. It was once a staple of many teams, but it has become less used as teams are running the ball less.SEE FILES
These are various College Defense Files that range from full playbooks to clinic presentations given by various college football coaches in all different schemes.SEE FILES
These are playbooks from teams and coaches in NFL History. Many different defensive schemes, fronts and philosophies have been used in the NFL.SEE FILES