Tags in the Passing Game | Dan Gonzalez

| April 14, 2012 | 1 Comment

Gonzalez, author of Concept Passing: Teaching the Modern Passing Game, approaches strategies for attacking the entire field in the passing game by addressing the common coaching point of “pick a side” that coaches often provide to quarterbacks for reading mirrored pass routes. This strategy led Gonzalez to wonder, “If everyone comes open at the same time, aren’t we really wasting half the field, and sometimes more than half of the eligible receiver?” In order to get the most out of each pass play he has developed a system utilizing backside tags.

To see how these tags are taught, or how they can apply to your offense, check out the entire article by visiting How to Use “Backside Tags” to Attack the Entire Field in the Passing Game.

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Since 1998 Coach Minter has served as a head coach, coordinated all three phases of the game, and worked with the defensive line, offensive line, linebackers, quarterbacks, and wide receivers. He has developed the blog GridNotes as a home for the wealth of coaching related articles, blog posts, and forum topics found on the net.

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