Play designed to be a quick hitter getting the ball into the hands of your best athlete. However, if the defense starts to play tighter, you can look for the 2 deep options. Setup: Trips Left – Wide, Slot, Slot…
Setup – Trips – Wide, Slot, Tight Read: Short to Deep or Deep to Short (depending on situation) Wide – Short Drag Center – Corner-Post to Trips side of the field Slot/Tight – Hook Description: Depending on the situation of…
This play often overloads the safeties and allows the deep square in to be wide open. The center’s delayed out provides the quarterback a decent outlet if no one else is open.
5 man flag football play with a trips lineup and an option to run. Great play against man as most of the defense will shift to the trips side of the field. The wheel route can pay off with a big chuck of yards.
Trips flag football play with two underneath drag route should the deep route be covered. The deep is a post that continues to the corner. Switch this route whether your facing a 1 safety or 2 safety defense.
Common running flag football play for younger teams. Many leagues require the center to be at least one yard behind the line of scrimmage when taking a handoff. This play satisfies this requirement.
Against man defense, just have your best runner line as the Blue receiver and hand off. However, if the defense is playing zone and you need short yardage, the quick slant to the center should frequently be open.
A trips passing play with a run option. If the defense is in man, putting your fastest runner tight give him the ball for big yards. This can be a good extra point play hitting the Red receiver on the slant back to the middle once the Center has cleared out the defense.
While the main focus of this play completing the short pass the Wide receiver coming on the Drag route, depending on how the defense is playing, the Tight receiver on the Corner route is a viable option as well.