Coach Dykes breaks down three types of screen passes from the spread set. Timing and angles are crucial parts of a successful screen pass game. Anticipating a pass rush is required to use the three screens presented here. The quick screen and slow screen plays are to the wide receiver. The third screen play is to the running back. The quick screen is a fast, explosive play and relies on the player who can get up the find the quickest. The slow screen uses the patient player who can read the defense. Patience and ability to read are requirements of running back screen. All three of these screens are discussed and demonstrated with the use of game film. Several alignments can be used for all of these different plays.
48 minutes. 2008.
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