Passing Game

Passing Game
The passing game is one of FirstDown PlayBooks cornerstone areas. It is actually where we started when we founded the company. Why? It is probably the most vast and diverse area in our game. The passing game is one of the most complicated areas who it comes to game planning. FirstDown PlayBook understands that being an offensive coordinator can be a lonely job on Sunday nights when it’s time to begin putting together the game plan. This is why we have set FirstDown PlayBook in a way that makes it very easy to find ideas as you game plan by yourself. You can look at what you are currently doing and find ideas that are similar. The Coaches Community website will keep you updated on anything we have installed in the passing game. What makes it easy is you just go to the passing game category and it's all detailed out for you. Don't fall asleep on the help FirstDown PlayBook offers a 7on7 coach either. When you use this resource you have an NFL coach (or 30) on your staff.
Coaches Community Website Gets A Facelift

Coaches Community Website Gets A Facelift

by FirstDown PlayBook on Jul 3, 2022

Over the past ten years the Coaches Community site has become an essential tool for FirstDown PlayBook allowing us to share information....

288 Special Explosive Pass Play

288 Special Explosive Pass Play

by FirstDown PlayBook on Jun 26, 2022

An explosive pass play is hard to come by. The 288 special is a pass game concept that definitely fits into this category....

Is Your 7on7 PlayBook Predictable?

Is Your 7on7 PlayBook Predictable?

by FirstDown PlayBook on Jun 1, 2022

We are all creatures of habit and that can be a bad thing when it comes to how you coach your 7on7 football team....

Empty Sprint Pass From 12 Personnel

Empty Sprint Pass From 12 Personnel

by FirstDown PlayBook on May 28, 2022

When that empty sprint pass comes with 12 personnel on the field you have the defense guessing. That's a good thing as an OC....

Simple Sprint Pass Explosive

Simple Sprint Pass Explosive

by FirstDown PlayBook on May 25, 2022

What makes this a great sprint pass explosive is that it comes off of an often run concept regardless of the quarterback's action. ...

Have A Bootleg Pass Pressure Plan

Have A Bootleg Pass Pressure Plan

by FirstDown PlayBook on May 24, 2022

Pressure is not a good thing when you call a boot or waggle. However, a bootleg pass pressure plan can give you a chance to salvage the play....

Receiver Splits Included In FirstDown PlayBook

Receiver Splits Included In FirstDown PlayBook

by FirstDown PlayBook on May 22, 2022

As 7on7 season heats up we have been getting some questions about our quarterback drops and the way we coach our wide receiver splits....

This Unbalanced RPO Puts Defenses In A Bind

This Unbalanced RPO Puts Defenses In A Bind

by FirstDown PlayBook on May 18, 2022

This unbalanced RPO has rules that are fairly simple and it puts an unsuspecting defender in a position of defending the stick route. ...

Why Your 7on7 Play Drawings Have Linemen

Why Your 7on7 Play Drawings Have Linemen

by FirstDown PlayBook on May 14, 2022

7on7 plays you run are based on the plays that you run with 11 players on the field. Your FirstDown PlayBook 7on7 play drawings reflect that....

Don’t Forget Your 22 Personnel Boot Passes

Don’t Forget Your 22 Personnel Boot Passes

by FirstDown PlayBook on May 13, 2022

We know that this 22 personal boot is not going to show up on any 7on7 football field this spring, but remember...fall is coming....

3 Reasons To Use Jam Technique On Receivers

3 Reasons To Use Jam Technique On Receivers

by FirstDown PlayBook on May 10, 2022

Once your defensive backs use the jam technique and it disrupts a release or two, you will see the receiver frustration start setting in....

Calling Your Vertical Pass Game Enough?

Calling Your Vertical Pass Game Enough?

by FirstDown PlayBook on May 6, 2022

Sometimes the best place to look to solve your vertical pass game problems is in the mirror. Are you stretching the field vertically enough?...