Air Raid Concepts – Quick Game Routes VideoErick Streelman
Hey Coach, thanks again for taking the time to check out this post. I really appreciate it. today we are going to look at one of my favorite quick game routes and demonstrate that it even works in the NFL. Let’s get into it.
You know what drives me crazy…listening to football analysts on TV talk about the “Pro Style Offense.” What does that mean exactly? I know what they think it means…two backs, under center, etc, etc. But when you actually watch pro football you see way more spread concepts than “Pro Style.” So, I thought I would do a little experiment today and look at how one of my favorite quick game routes was utilized at the highest level of football.
Ok, first things first, if you are reading this and you haven’t downloaded the Free Air Raid Playbook, click here and download it now. Second, I have written on a lot of these quick game routes in the past. Here are a few links to other articles I have written on quick game routes. These articles go into great depth about how to read each concept, WR and QB coaching points, and how to attack coverage. Even if you have read them before, it would be good to go back and review each of these posts.
Today we are going to once again look at Red, because it is one of those quick game routes that everyone should have in their arsenal. Whether you are an Air Raid Coach, or you just want to improve your passing game, this is one of those routes that works against every coverage and at every level of football.
Let’s check it out in action in the NFC championship.