Coach Bill Clark his eagle defense strategy and draws the X's and O's for multiple eagle defense plays and formations in this football clinic session.
This football series begins with basic defensive goals and philosophy. The take home message: the defense can win the game. Goals and philosophy will vary for every team, but Coach explains why his defense's primary goal is a shut out. Other good goal discussion along with the importance of a clear defensive philosophy, including practice strategies. Note: more eagle defense and other football defense information.
It's important to an effective defense to know your personnel. Includes down and distance tendancy, and field position tendancy. It's also important to Coach then begins discussion of matching 3-4 personnel into a 4-3 team scheme, in this case an Eagle defense. More football defensive strategies.
How to have an effective Eagle Defense strategy b y "flip-flopping" personnel based on the tight-end. Your athletes must be some of strongest on the field. The versatility of this defense depends a great deal on football practice techniques and time.
Coach discusses how his defensive players change their alignment based on formation and goes over specific formations. Coach begins with Pro and Twin, then goes to Pro Tight as he discusses formation and alignment.
This segment goes into specific plays including the Power G and the Iso discussing whose running and whose holding.
Coach continues with the Power G to the weak side including Veer in the discussion. The multiplicity of this defensive strategy is discussed as well.
More on Formation Adjustments showing changes based on whether facing a King set or Queen set. Discussion continues with Movements including Eagle Gap, Nasty, Eagle Tag, and Gap Tag.
Drawing out the X's and O's in the Eagle Stab, Eagle Stick, Eagle G, and many more.
Going through the Solid Look, including the weakness in this strategy. Included are EAgle Solid, Eagle solid Gap, and more. The take home message to this football defense video series is focusing on pursuit, tackling, weight room training, take-aways, and speed.