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Introduction:Coaching youth sports can be challenging. With a little guidance and organization your experience can be extremely rewarding. The key to successfulcoaching is being prepared and organized. It is important to take advantage of the limited time you get each week with the players. With a structuredpractice, easy to teach and learn plays, and a whistle can will quickly convert your group into a competitive team. I found that many coaches spend a lotof time on drills not associated with the types of plays they will run. By having a list of plays designed before you practice, this allows you to focus yourdrills around running perfect plays. The goal for the season should be teach every player their positions and football. This may look a little disorganizedin the first week or two, but if you stay patient and continue to coach, the players and your games can become competitive and the experience foreveryone can be enjoyable.Product Information Statement:Flag football plays designed for youth flag football. These plays have been used successfully and are created so that the coach can effectivelycommunicate and the players can easily understand. There are 28 color pages of organized run and pass plays which utilizes 7 different formations.Each page provides one key play along with other play options on the same page. The positions are color coded so the play can be easily called andunderstood in the huddle. There are various options per play so you don’t have to thumb through too many pages to find and call plays. The book has28 key plays, each play has other options leading to a total of over 70 total plays in this manual.Keys to Offense:On offensive the key to success is getting the players to be patient while running the play so the play develops. Surprising, many plays, basic oradvanced, can result in positive yards if the play is run correctly. It is important to get the timing down for the plays. Quick hit plays must be run quickly –meaning the runner and QB must execute their part as soon as the ball is snapped. In other plays the plays can be run at a comfortable pace to ensurefakes and hand-offs are completed without mistakes. Many of these plays consist of misdirection and fakes. It is important that the players not gettingthe ball take the fake correctly and the actual ball carrier is patient to let the play develop ahead of him so the lanes are open. Proper delays and cleanhand-offs can be the difference between being competitive or not.Keys to Defense:On defense the key to success is also patience. Many teams will runs fakes and end-a-rounds, so the defensive players must stay in their position orzone until the player with the ball comes through their area, or cross the line of scrimmage. The goal is to keep the runner inside, meaning the defensiveends must not let the runner get to the outside of them. Defense should be designed to utilize every player regardless of their skill. Each player shouldbe taught their position, and coached for improvement through out the year.Recommendations:The plays are in order of difficulty. I recommend teaching a few pages at a time. The most important thing is to execute the plays correctly. Once theplayers understand the plays their experience and yours will make great strides forward.Disclaimer:Information in this document is to be used as information purposes only. The authors do not guarantee, warranty, or provide predictions regarding thisinformation. They also do not imply these will work in every situation and and/or are governed by your league. You should consult with your league toensure they will conform to their standards. Nothing on this website or document constitutes, or is meant to constitute, advice of any kind.Copyright 2016l www.ProSportsPlans.comlAll Rights Reserved

Sample DrillsFlag Pulling:Group the players into two groups based on skill set – Better players grabbing better player flags and beginner players grabbing beginner playerflags. This will allow the players at all levels room to improve and gain confidence. As the season progresses your two groups will more thanlikely change quite a bitThe Drill: Set up two stations (Better and Beginner) – for each station align cones about 4 yards apart and 15 yards long. Select one player tobe the flag puller first – the others will run the ball. Have a coach be QB and hand the ball off. (this is also a chance to teach correct hand-offs).Have each runner one at a time run the ball at the defensive player. The runner must stay in the cones. The defensive player will start about 5yards back of the QB. The defensive player will focus primary on staying in front of the runner – moving left or right, and making a good grab atthe flag (at the belt). It is important the defensive player not over commit and run up on the runner. The runner will more than like run pasthim/her every time. Running up on the runner will come with more experience. Have each runner run through 2 or 3 times before rotating arunner for the defensive player.Passing Drill:This drill is designed to get the receivers and QB in tune with each other. Timing in the pass plays are critical to success. The QB should knowwhich receiver is going to be his first option, but should also be prepared to make quick decision. In the drill the QB will not look at the intendedreceiver until he is prepared to throw the ball . The coach will yell out which receiver is getting the ball once the play starts. I use this drill as mywarm-up before games. It focuses on the fundamentals of running plays and establishes timing with the QB and Receivers.The Drill: Set-up the Split Set Offense. QB, Center, two RB positions and receivers. . All the remaining players will get in lines at the RCpositions. Have a coach stand directly in front of the Center/QB and call out which RC is getting the ball, either left or right, along with any fakes.Call out the play and have the team run the play as is originally designed. During the play the QB should be prepared to throw to the designedreceiver at the proper spot. Once this timing is established, start throwing to the optional receivers. Calling out the receiver while the play isrunning is a good addition to the drill. All players should focus on running their pattern each time.The Proper Flag Pull:Teach the players to grab the flag at the point the flag connects to the belt. It is much easier to grab this area as apposed to the end of the flagwhich has much more movement and more difficult to grab.Copyright 2016l www.ProSportsPlans.comlAll Rights Reserved

Sample Practice Plan(based on 90 minutes)10 minutes – Warm-up – Two equal rows one in front of the other. Spread out with enough room to due to the exercise.2.5 minutes - Quick water break30 minutes – Drills focused on fundamentals – both offense and defense. You can divide the team into two groups – offenseand defense. Have your defensive coaches run the players through drills focused on defensive fundamentals. Do the samefor offense. After 15 minutes switch groups.2.5 minute - Water break20 minute – Scrimmage – Offensive against defense2.5 minute - Water break20 minute – Scrimmage – Switch offensive and defensive teams2.5 minute - Water break/closing commentsSample ExercisesCross-over Tow Touches – Starting position feet spread apart hands/arms pointed straight out to each side. Take you righthand and reach over the touch/hold your left foot. Hold position for count of ten. Then left hand to right foot. Do this two timeseach.Picking Berries – Starting position feet spread apart, hands on hips. Reach out and touch the ground in front of you 3 times –each time getting closer to being right below you, then return to standing position (hands on hips). One set of 10 reps. 1, 2,3, 1 – 1,2,3,2 – 1,2,3,3 – 1,2,3,4 and so on.Run Sprints – Form two equal rows - one in front of the other. Coach move back so the players will have about 30 yards torun. Have the players get into a RB set. Coach will yell out – DOWN, SET, HUT (or what ever cadence you will use duringgames). The players will get into set position and run on HUT. One row at a time. Do this a few times and make sure theplayers do not leave early.Copyright 2016l www.ProSportsPlans.comlAll Rights Reserved

WISH BONE - RIGHT10 YD5 YD10 YDDEFENSELine of Scrimmage5 YDLine of ScrimmageCenterWide ReceiverQuarterbackRunning BackCopyright 2016l www.ProSportsPlans.comlAll Rights ReservedRunning Back

WISH BONE - LEFT10 YD10 YDDEFENSE5 YDLine of ScrimmageLine of ScrimmageCenterWide ReceiverQuarterbackRunning BackCopyright 2016l www.ProSportsPlans.comlAll Rights ReservedRunning Back5 YD

SPLIT SET - LEFT10 YD10 YDDEFENSE5 YDLine of Scrimmage5 YDLine of ScrimmageCenterWide ReceiverRunning BackQuarterbackRunning BackCopyright 2016l www.ProSportsPlans.comlAll Rights Reserved

SPLIT SET - RIGHT10 YD10 YDDEFENSE5 YDLine of Scrimmage5 YDLine of ScrimmageCenterWide ReceiverRunning BackQuarterbackRunning BackCopyright 2016l www.ProSportsPlans.comlAll Rights Reserved

TWINS - RIGHT10 YD5 YD10 YDDEFENSELine of Scrimmage5 YDLine of ScrimmageCenterRunning BackQuarterbackRunning BackCopyright 2016l www.ProSportsPlans.comlAll Rights ReservedWide Receiver

TWINS - LEFT10 YD10 YDDEFENSE5 YDLine of ScrimmageLine of ScrimmageCenterWide ReceiverRunning BackQuarterbackRunning BackCopyright 2016l www.ProSportsPlans.comlAll Rights Reserved5 YD

Speed Green - Right10 YD10 YD5 YD5 YDOption #2Option #3**Option #2 Red End aroundafter fake to green**Option #3 Fake to Green orRed give to blueWish Bone Set RightHand-off to Green – Run StraightRed, Blue, Yellow, Orange - RUNCopyright 2016l www.ProSportsPlans.comlAll Rights Reserved

Speed Blue - Left10 YD10 YD5 YD5 YDOption #2Option #3**Option #2 Red End aroundafter fake to blue**Option #3 Fake to Blue orRed give to greenWish Bone Set LeftHand-off to Blue – Run StraightCopyright 2016l www.ProSportsPlans.comlAll Rights Reserved

Blue Sweep - RIGHT10 YD10 YD5 YD5 YD**Red waits untilBlue gets hand-offWish Bone - Set RightGreen Leads RightHand-off to BlueCopyright 2016l www.ProSportsPlans.comlAll Rights Reserved

Green Sweep - LEFT10 YD10 YD5 YD5 YDRed waits until Green getshand-offWish Bone Set LeftBlue Leads LeftHand-off to GreenCopyright 2016l www.ProSportsPlans.comlAll Rights Reserved

Red End Around - Left10 YD10 YD5 YD5 YD**Red waits untilBlue gets hand-off2nd option to this play –QB fakes to BLUE andhands the ball to REDWish Bone Set RightGreen Lead RightHand-off to BlueBlue hand-off to Red3rd option to the play –BLUE fakes the hand-offto REDCopyright 2016l www.ProSportsPlans.comlAll Rights Reserved

Red End Around - Right10 YD10 YD5 YD5 YD2nd option to this play –QB hands the ball directlyto REDRed waits until Greengets hand-offWish Bone Set LeftBlue Lead LeftHand-off to GreenGreen hand-off to RedCopyright 2016l www.ProSportsPlans.comlAll Rights Reserved3rd option to the play –RB fakes the hand-off toRED

Blue Reverse - Right10 YD10 YD5 YD5 YDSplit Set RightHand-off to Green Run LeftGreen hand to Blue Run RightCopyright 2016l www.ProSportsPlans.comlAll Rights Reserved

Green Reverse -Left10 YD10 YD5 YD5 YDSplits Set LeftHand-off to Blue Run RightBlue hand to Green Run LeftCopyright 2016l www.ProSportsPlans.comlAll Rights Reserved

Fake End Around - Left10 YD10 YD5 YD5 YDFake**Blue waits until Greenruns by.2nd option to this play –QB hands the ball directlyto Green**Red waits for Blue to getball before running.Twins RightFake the hand-off to GreenHand-off to BlueCopyright 2016l www.ProSportsPlans.comlAll Rights Reserved

Fake End Around - Right10 YD10 YD5 YD5 YDFake**Green waits until Blueruns by.2nd option to this play –QB hands the ball directlyto Blue**Red waits for Green toget ball before running.Twins LeftFake the hand-off to BlueHand-off to GreenCopyright 2016l www.ProSportsPlans.comlAll Rights Reserved

Bull Rush - LEFT10 YD10 YD5 YD5 YDfake**Green must wait untilBlue goes byWish Bone Set RightFake to Blue RightHand-off to Green Rush LeftCopyright 2016l www.ProSportsPlans.comlAll Rights Reserved

Bull Rush - RIGHT10 YD10 YD5 YD5 YDfake**Blue must wait untilGreen goes byWish Bone Set LeftFake to Green Rush LeftHand-off to Blue Rush RightCopyright 2016l www.ProSportsPlans.comlAll Rights Reserved

Green Missile - LEFT10 YD10 YD5 YD5 YDOption2nd option to this play –QB fakes to Green thengives to Blue3rd option to this play –QB fakes to Blue goingfirst and hands to Green**Blue waits until Greengoes by**except during optionplays #3 and #4.Wish Bone Set LeftHand-off to Green Rush LeftCopyright 2016l www.ProSportsPlans.comlAll Rights Reserved4th option to this play –QB gives to Blue andGreen follows.

Blue Missile-RIGHT10 YD10 YD5 YD5 YDOption2nd option to this play –QB fakes to Blue thengives to Green**Green waits until Bluegoes byoption to this play –QB fakes to Green goingfirst and hands to Blue3rd**except during optionplays #3 and #4.4th option to this play –QB gives to Green andBlue follows.Wish Bone Set RightHand-off to Blue Rush RightCopyright 2016l www.ProSportsPlans.comlAll Rights Reserved

Blue Rocket - Right10 YD10 YD5 YD5 YD**Blue steps leftthen goes rightWish Bone Set RightQB Run LeftHand-off to Blue Running RightGreen Run LeftCopyright 2016l www.ProSportsPlans.comlAll Rights Reserved

Green Rocket - Left10 YD10 YD5 YD5 YD**Green steps rightthen goes leftWish Bone Set LeftQB Run RightHand-off to Green Running LeftBlue Run RightCopyright 2016l www.ProSportsPlans.comlAll Rights Reserved

Center Sneak10 YD10 YD5 YD5 YDRed waits until yellowgets hand-offSplit Set RightQuick Hand-off to YellowGreen and Blue run RightCopyright 2016l www.ProSportsPlans.comlAll Rights Reserved

Fake Center Sneak10 YD10 YD5 YD5 YDFakeSplit Set RightQuick Fake Hand-off to YellowHand the ball to Blue run RightCopyright 2016l www.ProSportsPlans.comlAll Rights Reserved

Roll-out Pass- Right10 YD10 YD5 YD5 YDFakeQB Roll-outSplit Set RightQB Roll-out RightBlue - 5 yard out patternFake to Green Running LeftCopyright 2016l www.ProSportsPlans.comlAll Rights ReservedBlue 1st optionRed 2nd optionGreen 3rd option

Center Pass10 YD5 YD10 YDOption #4Option #3Option #25 YD2nd option to this play –Center does out basedon Defense.3rd option to this play –QB looks to Yellow butthrows to GreenWish Bone Set RightQB Drop back pass to CenterGreen and Blue run LeftCopyright 2016l www.ProSportsPlans.comlAll Rights Reserved4th option to this play –QB looks to Yellow butthrows to Blue.

Fake Pass - DRAW10 YD10 YD5 YD5 YDFake PassWish Bone Set RightQB Drop Back PassFake Pass to BlueHand-off to GreenCopyright 2016l www.ProSportsPlans.comlAll Rights Reserved**QB must fake thethrow to blue. **Greenmust wait until QBgives him the ball.

Quick Pass10 YD10 YD5 YD5 YD**Options are #2 Green,#3 Yellow and # 4 RedTwins RightQB Quick Pass to BlueCopyright 2016l www.ProSportsPlans.comlAll Rights Reserved

QB Pass - Left10 YD10 YD5 YD5 YD**Red waits until Bluegets hand-off**Option #2 RB fakes thethrow to QB and runs.Wish Bone Set RightHand-off to Blue – Run Wide RightBlue passes back to QBCopyright 2016l www.ProSportsPlans.comlAll Rights Reserved

Blue Fade Left10 YD10 YD5 YD5 YD**Green delaysTrips LeftFirst option is GreenCopyright 2016l www.ProSportsPlans.comlAll Rights Reserved

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Flag football plays designed for youth flag football. These plays have been used successfully and are created so that the coach can effectively communicate and the players can easily understand. There are 28 color pages of organized

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