The realm of packaged plays just seems to keep expanding. We have used a play that reads one edge and blocks the perimeter for jet sweep and has pin and pull blocking for the quarterback to keep and run sweep the opposite way.
The play is diagrammed below:
In the first video, the QB sees the DE he is reading widen with the jet sweep, so he keeps it back the other way getting behind his pullers out on the perimeter.
The next clip show the end being blocked. The running back was wrong on this play. We wanted him to go to the perimeter. His man was the defender that caused a fumble, but you can see how this play develops going to the jet sweep side.
This fit for us as part of a wildcat package with a dynamic quarterback. It does provide another nice constraint play for the power read.
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