On USA Football: Get more out of your 7-on-7 drills

Many coaches have mixed feelings about 7-on-7 scrimmages and competitions. In some regards, they don’t simulate many things that happen during a real game. On the offensive side of the ball, the quarterback works without a pocket or pressure. On the defensive side, the linebackers don’t have anything to hold them on the run game, and defenders don’t have inside keys to read.

The benefits come in having your team work together and compete even if some of the game day aspects are missing. With some thought and planning, you can get more out of your own 7-on-7 competitions as well as tournaments or scrimmages you might take your team to…read more

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