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Proper Pass Placement


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In the pictures you will find that a 3 yard stick ranges from behind the LOS to 11 yards from the LOS. This is and represents the high percentage pass, it gives you slants, shovel pass, screens and outs just to list a few. 
 

The defensive still can contest the pass and reflect the laws of football. You have the two DB’s reading ( on a magnet ) and once the ball is in the air they react. 
 

The results are just what you would see in a real NFL game, the WR runs an out against zone coverage, the defender reacts, WR catches the pass and is immediately tackled. 

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Anthony: 

Good to hear from you. The "Ball on the string" that you illustrate here is interesting, and this works exactly as you drew this up. 

So can you show us how this plays out on a post route where the DB and the WR have an equal chance of catching the ball? 

 

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