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PostSubject: YG's NO Scheme   2009-12-26, 03:15

Base Play - Gun Split Offset - Close HB
Wheel










This is the base play I come out in
with the Dual HB package.


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Smart Route X, he gets in between a lot of zones
and should kill man with a fast WR.


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Slant B to the Left. The reason I do this is to
take out any yellow zones underneath to free A on the Deep in route.


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You can block Y or leave him to the flats, I
prefer blocking him because I never even throw to him on this play.


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The play is designed to break apart zone
blitzes, but can be used against man too.


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My Reads in order go in this order, X, B, LB, A,
Y (if he is on a route)


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You should be able to see very quick if X will
be open or not.


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If they are in man, X is the best read on the
play or leave Y on a route and hit the flats. Also if it is a 1 deep safety and
theyre in man, if they safety stays more to the right, LB should be on a
mismatch and you should pass lead up and lob it to him.





Gun Split
Quick Audibles



Right Stick Left PA Skinny Post






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Slant or Drag X to the right (whatever you
prefer.


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Put LB on a streak and motion him right. Once he
sets put him on a wheel route (Hot route up on the right stick).


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Smart Route A


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For B, put him on the opposite of what you put X
on.


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For example if you put X on a drag, put B on a
slant.


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The two outside WRs are really decoys.


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On this play I look for A over the middle, but
play is ultimately a bunch of decoy routes to distract the D for Y (which is a
delayed route).


Right Stick Down HB Power O






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If you were at Dallas MLG
you would of saw I was one of the few running this play, and running it til no
end.


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Simply just keep the defense off balance by
making an audible down to this.


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Slide protect down, and if you want motion B to
the left and snap it when he gets between the center and left guard.


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Recently I stopped motioning the WR because it
pretty much shows you are running the play.


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But at times I would run the previous play (PA
Skinny Post) and motion the WR and make it look like the run play.


Another play I come out in once in
a while in this form is the HB Draw.







It works a little different then
the Power O and some people have a hard time stopping it.























Y Audible - Singleback Snugs
Flip HB Pitch







I have to give credit where credit
is due. Half way through the Philly tourney Kev (C2C/DNA) flew this in. The
play gives you 3 options (including the quick auds), and it is for short
yardage situations.


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The pitch is simple, if you feel that you can
get an easy first with the pitch then run it. If you see a gap heat though,
dont run the pitch because as we all know in this game your quarterback will
get sacked majority of the time.


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If you feel the pitch wont work, you can simply
audible right stick down to HB Dive.
Not many people think to use this when people just shift their lines out and
dont respect the run game between the tackles.


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The main play in this form is the on Kev flew
into me. Its the left audible on the right stick which is PA Deep Curls. Its simply a PA you looks for your delayed routes.
Slant X and B to the sidelines to occupy and cover 2 coverages.





A Audible Strong Close HB Off Tackle


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Yea I came up with this all myself. Lol, kidding
but Im pretty sure this is self explanatory now, and I have it in there just
incase somebody still cant stop it and its good to mix in once or twice a
game to make them respect the run, when Im not passing. The first time I
audible down into this though I make it look like offtackle but I really just
use the left audible on the right stick which is PA Scissors.






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I run the play as is, and roll out far and look
for B up top. Keep in mind I use the Eagles and Vick. I usually block X for a
little more protection as well.








X Audible Gun Tight - Saints HB Wheel


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Your first thought are probably, wow look
another play designed for the flats.


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First things first, this play is strictly for
MAN Defense and MAN Fag D.


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Motion LB to the right and smart route him.


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When doing this you are overloading the right
side to free the RB (Y) to be wide open.


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Most people are going to play on their right
safety and come down and guard him though when they see him so open.


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So make your reads, LB should (if you have 2
fast RBs, remember your coming out in 2back) beat his man and the Drag routes
should also beat man. More so X then B.


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When they guard Y (the running back) I garauntee
they will follow him until they see X coming across field below. When they come
down to guard X, Y will be a touchdown.


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If they dont come down to guard it, simply just
throw to X.


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Otherswise, the only way I see Y getting stopped
is if a 95+ is lined up in front of him on the play, but if they user doesnt
stick with him it should be an easy 6.


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You could use this play for zone if you want,
but then you will be too tempted to just throw the flat route which will get
you in trouble.





Gun Tight Quick Audibles


Right Stick Down HB Draw





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Simply just mix this in when you audible up to
Tight. Its a play to keep the D off balance. I usually slide protect the line
down or right.


Right Stick Up
Stick






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I use this for 2 point coversions and make quick
reads to LB and A.





RB Audible Gun Empty Trey WR Screen






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With the patch updating and keeping me from
quick motioning, this whole 5 wide scheme became a little less effective.


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On the screen I never run it as it.


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Slant LB to the left.


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Motion A out to the right.


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Slant Y to the right.


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The reason I slant Y and LB is because if they
run cover 2, they will kill it.


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They should be wide open if the CBs are in a
flat zone.


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If you see the CB not play the screen and drop
back, throw the B immediately.


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I have yet to see a contain pick off this
screen.


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On the other side of the ball, since I use Vick,
I scramble toward X sometimes, to occupy certain coverages or contains and
throw to him.




















Gun Empty Trey Quick Audible


Right Stick Up Stick






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When I run this play I make it look exactly like
the screen.


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This will really mess up a D when they keep
seeing, screen, screen, screen.


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Slant X to the Right.


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Slant Y to the Left.


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If you have a big WR put B on a slant toward the
sideline to RC, if not I just drag him.


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The play is designed to break up a zone D that
is waiting on a screen or zone D in general.


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Your first read is going to be A, if he is open
throw it as quick as you can.


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If you snap the ball and he is covered, quickly
look for LB or Y.


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X and B are my last reads on the play.


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At times I will leave Y on the short out route
and B on a streak.


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If B takes the CB with him Y should be open.





LB Audible Gun Empty Y-Saints Saints In






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My favorite formation. The Pioneer of the Saints
5 wide.


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There is nothing like having two different 5
wides.


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First is first, if you audible up to this an
they are in man it becomes very
glitchy.


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LB will be manned up but the man wont be able
to cover him unless they are manually moved over there. So if you see nobody
out there to guard him put LB on a fade and throw a quick pass to him.


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If they Do manually move somebody over there
quick audible to the next play below (Saints Corner).


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Otherwise if they are in zone, Motion LB to the
right.


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Keep X on a deep in.


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Slant Y to the left.


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Leave B on a streak or slant him left.


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My first read on the play is LB, if they bring a
Gap heat he should be wide open.


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If you see any sign of a gap heat, Slant X to
the right, and your reads should go, LB, Y, X in that order.


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If it was a good scheme on D and its not the
heat you expected, simply throw it to your check down which will be A in this
case.





Gun Empty Y-Saints Quick Audibles


Right Stick Left
Saints Corner






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First things first. If they are in man non-bump,
and you are positive there is no safety help for X it will be easy money.


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The route he is on just absolutely kills man
non-bump.


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So if you think theyre in man audible up to
this.


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I usually change LBs route to a drag or slant
to get him away from


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This may be my only play where I have one read,
but you can always use the delayed route for a bail out but well get to that
later.


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Also if you no there in man, like earlier you
have the Gun Tight play that will also kill it, so man is your friend when
running this playbook. Keep that in mind.



































Right Stick Down
Jet Sweep






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I use this play once or twice a game, IF THAT,
and its only to free up the next play a litte more.


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I never found this play to be a threat, but more
of a decoy.


Right Stick Left
PA Jet Sweep






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Who would of thought the craziest looking play
only gets you about 5-7 yards.


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First thing about the play, I wouldnt run it if
you think the heat is coming. It is more for zone fag D.


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Heres the catch this play. It is used for them
clutch situations on the 4th and 1s in the crucial part of the
games you pull it out of nowhere.


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If they are in man you know what to do by now.


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If you see the defense in zone and you arent
sure you can get the first by running the ball, this is your play.


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Slant X to the right and smart route B.


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Thats it thats all you do.


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The only thing I look for in this play is the
delayed route. Unless of course one of the other routes are so open I have to
throw it. I have never seen it get stopped the 1st time running it,
and will all the other 5 wide plays its rare for somebody to sit on it any
other time.


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When the play is developing I usually like to
slide to the left in the pocket a little to move them zones or spys away from
the delayed route.


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Its money everytime.


That is the basically the whole O
but Im going to show you another concept I came up with. As you know my
Gamertag is Untuck the Hot which I got from Jay-Z. So I named the concept
Untuck the Blocks. Now Im going to keep it 100, if The Alliance didnt run
the QB Draw in Dallas I would of never thought of this so I have to give them
credit for opening up my mind a little more.





I have two plays in new Orleans that this
concept works with extremely well.





First is Gun Tight Saints HB Delay






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Simply put X and LB on In routes.


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And drag A and B to the left.


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All you have to do is snap the ball wait about a
second or so and throw to the RB (Y).


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It will take a little bit of practice and timing
to perfect it.


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But you will notice when he catches how the play
developes and all the WRs become blockers.


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This kind of thing is deadly with Chris Johnson
because once hes in the open field we all know what happens.


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Watch out though, the only thing that disrupts
this is a QB spy since they sit low on the line of scrimmage.


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The second play is Gun Doubles Weak Curl Flat






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Motion A to the left and put him on an out route
toward the sideline.


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Put X on an In route so him and A cross
eachother.


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Leave LB as is.


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When you snap the ball immediately throw to Y
and watch the blocks develop.


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This one isnt as good as the tight, but they
both have there ups and downs.


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A Qb Spy wont stop this one and neither will a
contain (with or without the patch).


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But since your overloading the left side people
tend to sit on that side more


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One last thing I would like to say about it is
if you run it once, they will sit on it if they are a good player the next time
you go back to it.





The only other formation and play
that I found effective with this concept is Gun Bunch TE Deep Flood, which isnt in New Orleans but may be in your playbook.


All Credit to YG on this.
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PostSubject: Re: YG's NO Scheme   2009-12-29, 00:35

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PostSubject: Re: YG's NO Scheme   2009-12-29, 00:45

Damn this is alot of stuff but whose YG?
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PostSubject: Re: YG's NO Scheme   2009-12-29, 01:22

its young gares. hes a rapper and a madden player. look him up
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PostSubject: Re: YG's NO Scheme   2009-12-29, 03:24

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