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Attacking Coverages with the Passing Game epub

by Steve Axman


Attacking Coverages with the Passing Game epub

ISBN: 158518005X

ISBN13: 978-1585180059

Author: Steve Axman

Category: Sport

Subcategory: Football (American)

Language: English

Publisher: Coaches Choice Books; VHS video edition (February 2007)

Pages: 240 pages

ePUB book: 1409 kb

FB2 book: 1553 kb

Rating: 4.6

Votes: 814

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Steve Axman is the quarterbacks coach at the University of Montana. For coaches wanting a more sophisticated passing game (from spread or traditional sets) or fans who just like to learn more about football - this is a very detailed resource and highly recommended.

Steve Axman is the quarterbacks coach at the University of Montana. Previously, Axman was the wide receives coach at the University of Washington, a position he assumed prior to the 2004 season. It was Axman's Second stint on the Huskies staff. Note: this is really not for casual fans who don't understand basic football concepts yet.

Attacking Coverages with the Passing Game analyzes the structure of eight basic pass coverages (four zone and four man-to-man) and ways to beat these coverages with pass routes, pass-route combinations, and integrated pass patterns. The four zone coverages are cover 2, cover 3, quarters coverage, and coverage

Attacking Coverages with the Passing Game" by Steve Axman. Got me familiar with passing concepts, coverage concepts, what passing concepts work well against each coverage & why.

Attacking Coverages with the Passing Game" by Steve Axman. This helped me tremendously when I moved to the passing game. f sr 1 1?keywords attacking+passing+game&qid 1576781324&s books&sr 1-. ответ 0 ретвитов 4 отметки Нравится.

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Attacking Coverages with the Passing Game' by Steve Axman. Got this book and it showed up last night. If I still had an Xbox this thing would be my Madden bible. Easy to read and really comprehensive. I'm about halfway through Cover-3 and already have found some great tips on how to attack the Will linebacker and Strong Safety with route combos. The really cool thing is most of the plays they diagram I remember from Madden 08 and it shows exactly how those plays beat coverages

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Steve Axman was most recently the quarterback coach at Simon Fraser . During his eight-year career, Axman’s teams averaged 30 points per game.

Steve Axman was most recently the quarterback coach at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, Canada. Previous to that, he was the assistant head coach and offensive coordinator at the University of Idaho. Prior to that, he was the wide receivers coach at the University of Washington, a position he assumed before the 2004 season. During his eight years with the Lumberjacks, Axman guided the team to a 48-41 record, making him the second-winningest coach in Northern Arizona’s history. Axman’s NAU teams were known for their offensive fireworks.

Attacking Coverages with the Passing Game analyzes the structure of eight basic pass coverages (four zone and four man-to-man) and ways to beat these coverages with pass routes, pass-route combinations, and integrated pass patterns. The four zone coverages are cover 2, cover 3, quarters coverage, and quarter-quarter-half coverage. The four man-to-man coverages are man-free, cover- man under, four-across man, and blitz-man. Features nearly 350 clear diagrams and illustrations.
I think this would be great for people just getting into coaching. The methods for attacking the coverages are very basic/obvious. I was hoping it would get into more detail. However, if you are a beginner and looking to understand basic coverages and where their weaknesses are, this would be a good choice. Most of this info you can find in websites and blogs online. However, it is well organized, reads very fast and has good diagrams.
My husband is a big football fan. He wanted a book that offered a little more in-depth understanding of the technical aspects of the game. All I could go on to make a decision about this book was the comments by other reviewers. They were right on target. It's a great book and certainly fulfilled the purpose it was bought for.
A must
awesome book
I read this through once. Then started over and read it through again to actually let it sink in. Very detailed and informative, with especially strong attention to detail on QB reads and route running reads.

Just about all your common route combinations are in here, broken down into what specific concepts work against each type of coverage you might expect to see (Zero, Cover 1, 2-man, Cover 2, Cover 3 (sky, cloud), quarters, etc.). There is good info on the strengths and weaknesses of each coverage concept and what plays or general concepts are best for exploiting those weaknesses. Then this provides detailed schematics of how each play works to exploit that coverage, what reads and checks are handy, and what tags can be thrown in for variety on the front or back side (or with backs).

For coaches wanting a more sophisticated passing game (from spread or traditional sets) or fans who just like to learn more about football - this is a very detailed resource and highly recommended.

Note: this is really not for casual fans who don't understand basic football concepts yet. If you know what "11" personnel means, what a smash concept is, or can draw up the basics of a cover 3 - read this sucker (multiple times) and learn more. If you don't and aren't willing to give this book the time it deserves, probably start with something more basic and work up to this later.
great
A must read book for any young QB! I was honestly surprised at how easy it is to read and understand this book.
Takes you through the basics of pass coverages, then how to beat them. Great read for a coach, HS player, or fan wanting to learn more about the game!