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Flag Football Playbook

Acknowledgements and CreditsFootball Canada would like to acknowledge the following people for theircontribution to the Playbook:Ryan Bechmanis, CIS AlumnusTyler Aldercotte, University of Ottawa Player/InternFootball Canada Administrative support:Cara Lynch, Ottawa, Flag Football CoordinatorRick Sowieta, Ottawa, Technical DirectorDesktop Publisher – Lynda Wegner of Fresh Image Computing Services, whowas responsible for the graphics, design and layout and who has been workingwith Football Canada since 1988.Published by:Football Canada100 – 2255 St. Laurent Blvd., Ottawa, ON K1G 4K3Tel.: (613) 564-2675Fax: (613) 564-6309email: admin@footballcanada.comwww.footballcanada.comAll rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored ina retrieval system or transmitted, in any form or by any means, electronic,mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without prior writtenpermission of Football Canada.All Rights ReservedFootball Canada 2007Printed in CanadaFlag Football Playbook

ContentsFlag . 4Offense Position Descriptions. 5Starting the PlayHuddles. 6Cadence. 6Line up the OffenseStandard Formation with a Running Back. 7Standard Formation without a Running Back. 7Offensive PlaysBase Play. 8Hooks. 9Curls and Outs. 10All-Go. 11Roll Out. 12Roll Out with Play Action. 13Crossers. 14Swing Pass. 15Stop and Go. 16Option Pass. 17Reverse Pass. 18Draw. 19Overload/Flood. 20Motion Out. 21Design a Play. 22Defense Position Description. 23DefensePerson to Person. 24Playing a Zone Defense. 25Sportsmanship. 26Reinforcement . 27Penalties. 28Flag Football Playbook

FlagFlag Football is a developmental and competitive sport forpeople of all ages and abilities. According to the FootballCanada Long Term Athlete Development model,Flag Football is incorporated as a developmental sport for youthas young as seven years old building to the competitive levelthat starts for youth approximately 13 years old.Football Canada emphasizes the importance of learning andteaching the basics to youth, including proper warm-up,throwing and catching techniques. It is vital to health and wellbeing as well as the enjoyment of the game for players to feelconfident with basic skills before being asked to run plays andcover offensive patterns.The national Flag program is developed continually. FootballCanada partners with the Boys and Girls Club of Canada,Special Olympics, Aboriginal Sport Circle and NFL-CFL toensure that all populations can benefit from Flag. It is yourparticipation that helps develop the sport at the provincial,national and international level.Thank you.Football CanadaFlag Football Playbook

Offense Position Descriptions The QB calls the offensive plays as leader ofoffense. The QB always receives the football in what iscalled a “snap” from the Center (C). The QB has the option to hand off the footballor pass the football to a teammate on offense. The Center snaps the football to the QB. Asnap is when the Center tosses the footballbetween his or her legs. After the snap, the Center can run out for apass. The Wide Receiver may catch a pass or take ahandoff from the quarterback to gain yardage. There are up to three WR’s on offense. The Running Back stands to the side orbehind the QB. He/she will take a hand off or run for a passplay.Quarterback (QB)Center (C)Wide Receiver (WR)Running Back (RB)Flag Football Playbook

Starting the PlayHuddlesCenter sets up the huddle after each play.Each play must start within 30 seconds of the ball being placed(on previous play).Quarterback runs the huddle.Huddle breaks after each player receives instructions, when theQB says ‘Ready’ (to confirm everyone knows what play to run)then ‘Break.’If a signal is not heard or understood, an offensive player shouldcall out “check” for a repeat.CadenceA series of words or numbers uttered by the QB in a rhythmicalor non-rhythmical manner to start a play.SetGoHutHutAdvanced teams will practice enough to be comfortablechanging the play after the team has left the huddle and arelined up to begin the play. This is called an audible.The audible is a short combination of colours and numbers suchas red 32 to symbolize plays/changes.Flag Football Playbook

Lining up the OffenceStandard Formation with a Running BackLOSWRWRCQBRBStandard Formation without a Running BackLOSWRWRCWRQBA coach should train each Player at every position.Flag Football Playbook

Offensive PlaysBase PlayLOSCWRWRQBRBRB crosses the backfield to take a hand-off or fake.Left WR runs a post.Right WR runs a fly.C snaps ball then runs a short buttonhook.The offensive players are spread out to give the QB options.Flag Football Playbook

Offense PlaysHooks7555LOSWRWRCQBRBBoth WR and RB run 5 to 7 yards*, stop, rotate and come backto the ball.C takes 2 steps to the side before running to avoid being in thesame area as the RB.*The arm strength of the Quarterback and the strengths ofthe defense will determine this distance.Flag Football Playbook

Offense PlaysCurls (and Outs)8865LOSWRWRCRBQBEach WR runs a curl pattern towards the middle of the field.Each begins to curl in around 8 yards, and will end up facing theQB.The RB and the C run ‘out’ patterns at 5-7 yards.Flag Football Playbook10

Flag Football Playbook Offense Position Descriptions The QB calls the offensive plays as leader of offense. The QB always receives the football in what is called a “snap” from the Center (C). The QB has the option to hand off the football or pass the football to a teammate on offen

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