Why work your QB on the run?
Your QB must be prepared and developed to throw on the run. Whether it by design (QB Sprint out/Play-Action) or just the "pocket" breaking down your QB must be ready to throw on the run. 50 % of Drop back passes will be thrown from outside the pocket.
Key Coaching Points
1.Two hands on the ball in "carriage" position
2. Push back on ball 2-3 steps prior to releasing (to avoid a big movement)
3. Finish at your target if possible (momentum and force at target)
Types of Drills
1. Basic Pocket Movement Drills (Moving with your back foot first)
2. Pocket Movement + Escaping the Pocket
3. Play-Action or Sprint Out Drills
(Sprint out warm up)
QB's work the line
Aim for "face"
Run-Push-Throw (run with ball pushed backed and "ready" to throw)
Avoid a "big" movement
BASIC POCKET MOVEMENT
Play-Action Drop or Drop Back Pass Drop
Use "back foot" movement
Climb the pocket
POCKET MOVEMENT VS. RUSH (ESCAPE)
QB takes drop and reacts to defenders
Use back foot movement "pocket movement"
Escape pocket and throw on the run
NAKED PLAY-ACTION DRILL
Play-Action Designed Drill
QB gets 2 balls
1 throw quick to 1st read (hot)
2nd throw to "Over route" in Concept
Keep QB on the move
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