Learn pressures & blitzes from some of the most innovative defnsive coaches in the game. These coaches show you how to bring pressure from every level in order to stop both the run and the pass.
In this course, Linebacker coach Rick Lyster of Fordham University goes in depth on the following defensive pressure concepts:
4 Man Zones
5 Man Zones
6 Man Zones
& 1st Down vs 3rd Down Pressures
Most protection schemes account for the box players, so why not bring pressure from places that are not first in their thought process. Army defensive assistant and associate head coach John Loose teaches the secondary blitzes that can hit the offense from where they least expect it.
Coach Mike Germain talks about the different 3rd down pressures he implements on the field. He breaks down game film, variations vs protections and how to improve.
Most coordinators dial up pressure on third down. Pressure on 1st and 2nd can take the offense off schedule and allow the defense to mix up what they do on third down. In this course, Noah Joseph, Co-Defensive Coordinator/Safeties, teaches 1st and 2nd down pressure package they utilized while at Texas on his previous stop.
Penn State Pressure
What has made Penn State a top defensive team? It's simple, their use of the 5 Man Pressure has landed them amongst the top ranks of the collegiate level. Penn State is a blitz first team and they've used pressure with high success.
What is Pressure Defense?
Pressure defense is a strategy implemented by Defensive coordinators where linebackers and defensive backs play essentially on the line of scrimmage resulting in players often rushing the the quarterback.
Incorporating the 5 Man Pressure.
There are a variety of zone pressure coverages as well as Man Pressure. In order to implement this strategy, you must understand the concept of the blitz. It's a five-man pressure that utilizes an edge blitz by the linebackers and simple line movement. Each pressure within this front has a name and is different to one another because of its assignments. 5 Man Pressures are great on early downs because they are usually gap sound.
Using the 5 Man Pressure correctly can immensely upgrade your defense and give you an advantage over opposing teams. Learn from one of the best.
Introducing Penn State's Brent Pry!
**5 MAN PRESSURE TRAINING**
Penn State’s Defensive Coordinator Brent Pry teaches the 5 man pressures. He breaks down in great depth the use of the weak and strong zone pressures. In addition, Pry details his use of the Man Pressure from the boundary and its various packages, giving you everything you need to perfect the blitz.
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Proceeds from the purchase of this course benefit Lauren's First and Goal Foundation.