7v7 Flag Football RPO Misdirection Play

By FirstDown PlayBook on Sep 22, 2023
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If your flag football league does not allow blocking or if you are just looking for a little misdirection in you offense this play is worth looking at. There are a lot of things going on with this flag football RPO.

Of course the main thing is that you have the backs crossing and that always gives man coverage linebackers a problem. They often get caught up in their own traffic or run smack dab into one another.

There are some other sneaky things about this flag football RPO as well though. There is an element of deception that comes off of the flat curl concept. If the defense doesn’t bite on that there is help coming with a follow concept too. This allows you to stretch the field horizontally as well as vertically too. Many flag football offenses do not do that well enough.

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