Pop Warner 4-4 Defense Vs 6-2 Defense
Lets take a moment to compare the youth football 4-4 defense and the 6-2 defense. These two Pop Warner defenses are so similar that when you are playing against them you will not notice the difference.
That is unless you know what you are doing and call up some different formations, shifts and motions. Now the differences show up in important ways. This is why we even bother to have both in the FirstDown PlayBook Youth section.
The subtle differences in a youth football 4-4 and a youth football 6-2 defense rear their ugly head when the adjustments begin. FirstDown PlayBook covers this with our youth football clinics we did a few years back. They are still available on the FirstDown PlayBook website today.
In this particular clinic we talked about the pros and cons of each just like the one in this short video. These clinic videos are designed to give you insight into which FirstDown PlayBook youth football defense is right for your roster.
These clinic videos have been very productive. We had great turnouts and very good interaction with the attendees. You can hear us answer questions from actual youth football coaches like yourself. The good news is that all of these youth football clinics can be found on FirstDown PlayBook today.
FirstDown PlayBook offers you 6 different defenses and plenty of adjustment help. You should consider one or two of these for your Pop Warner defense. Tap on any one of the tiles below to visit the article describing that formation. After reading the article then go join FirstDown PlayBook and get busy coaching your Pop Warner team with the best football playbook available!