Editable Red Zone Pass Plays Here

By FirstDown PlayBook on Jul 3, 2024
7on7 Memberships

Are you calling the same plays in the red zone that you do out in the field with your 7on7 offense? If you are then the odds are better than not that your efficiency plummets once you get close to scoring. This is why FirstDown PlayBook offers you red zone pass plays designed for this part of the field.

This allows you to take a concept designed for the shortened field and edit it to fit your offense. Experienced coaches know this is essential if you want to be consistently successful in the red zone.

The field changes down in this territory and your thinking should as well. This means you too 7on7 coaches. There are some coaches who think that the only reason you change in this area is because of the pressure you are likely to get. That is short sighted. There are plenty of other reasons to adjust your red zone pass plays.

Your Red Zone Pass Plays Should Be Specific To Where You Are On The Field

Obviously you have no pressure threat in 7on7 but that does not change the fact that those vertical routes you like on the 45 yard line need to adjusted or not called at all. You can and should adjust these routes to fade routes. When you do this your teaching should adjust accordingly.

Quarterbacks need to be taught about risk and reward in this part of the field too. No offensive coordinator wants to settle for a field goal but it beats an interception any day of the week. There are balls that can be thrown where only your receiver can make a play on red zone pass plays.

FirstDown PlayBook takes all of this into account with our Varsity DropBack section. We took the time and effort to create a passing game that is devoted just to the red zone. This short video will detail how it can help you and your 7on7 game plan, not to mention this fall during your 2024 football season.

Charlie Coiner Owner