Thank you for your questions about how to become a #NoHuddle head coach where you have to build players not buy them.
Taught football teams for 40 yrs:
Force the defense to defend themselves instead of defending you.
Key points to score 50 points:
- To understand the dynamic of coaching warp-speed no-huddle, coordinate a defense against any type of offense – slow-speed or high speed. You will learn the distinction between a defense defending the opposing offense and defending yourself.
- The psychological difference between a defense that defends itself and a defense that defends the other team is the combined effect of the inability to read real danger and reading imagined danger.
- Defensive decision-making all boils down to how defensive coaches and players perceive threats and dangers. Play-calling and post-snap decisions all depend entirely on how they have been conditioned to subconsciously and consciously perceive perceive threats and danger.
- The best training ground to coach warp-speed no-huddle is to first coordinate a defense and learn about yourself. Learn your weaknesses, learn your fears. Learn what scares you. Learn what compels you to play Scared Football on defense.
- Building players’ Personal Best involves a completely different set of coaching dynamics than recruiting the best players that other coaches built.
- The above diagram illustrates a multi-threat no-huddle play that forces the defense to defend itself instead of your offense. Forcing a defense to lay self-defense happens when the defense fails to recognize the actual threats. The main reason for failure to recognize the actual threat is the Complacent Mind that makes a defence for potential offences.
- This diagram illustrates a Super-Spreader where the frontside stretches half the field vertically and horizontally. Then, the Alpha receiver enters the frontside from the backside.
- A 2×3 empty set formed by shifts in under 8 seconds using SWAT language, forces the defense to make a rapid decision about number of pass rushers. The 4×1 frontside-ratio makes their decision wrong, no matter what they choose.
- This play compliments two running plays – Super-Stretch Right and Counter-Gap left.
- This play will generate a different defensive response depending when it happens. That means it will be different on play #60 than when you call it on play #10.
Hope this answers your questions.
Blessings and all good things