What is it about the Wing-T that has allowed this offensive style to stay around for so long? Other systems come and go. While some may see the Wing-T Offense as antiquated, in fact it has been adapted and evolved to be a part of nearly every major offensive scheme in football today.
The Wing-T Offense includes a massive package of plays, organized into series. Each series has its own characteristics, but they all have a common goal.
Put One Defender in Conflict
Putting a defender in conflict is the centerpiece of a series oriented offense like the Wing-T. The goal is to cause one defender to be wrong more often than not, even if he is doing exactly what he has been coached to do.
The key is to find out what the การเดิมพันบนมือถือ UFABET defender’s job is and then exploit it.
The first place most Offensive Coordinators will look is for the Flat Defender, who is also the Contain Player on the defense. This is the one player who’s job is split evenly between defending the pass, and stopping the run.
When you can make that player wrong more often than not, you will cause him to have a terrible night. He starts to feel like there is no right answer, and he is right!
Put the Linebacker in Conflict
Series oriented football in the Wing-T Offense can put other players in contact as well. We can use false keys by the Guards to put a Linebacker in conflict.
Linebackers are taught to read the Guards. “The Guards will take you to the play,” defensive coaches tell them over and over.
How do you put him in conflict? Simply have one, or both, Guards take him away from the play. This is called an Influence Pull and is a great key breaker for Linebackers who are doing an excellent job of reading the blocks of your Guards in the Wing-T Offense.
Putting a Defensive Lineman in Conflict
We can also put the Defensive Linemen into conflict. For example, a Defensive End facing the Buck Series, which features the Buck Sweep and Buck Trap plays, can really have his confidence shattered.
The Defensive End may get used to being down blocked by the Wing Back repeatedly as we kick out the last defender outside (usually a Safety or Corner) with a Guard.
After a while, the Defensive End has no choice but to start attacking the Wing Back, because if he keeps his eyes inside, he will continue to get washed down.