One of the nation’s leading experts on the flexbone offense has your answer.
Why do so many teams find their offense stunted in the face of the 3-3-5? Why is it some cannot move the ball consistently and others can’t move it at all? Why do so many find themselves at a loss for ideas when the time comes to make adjustments?
The reason is clear. Coach Payton Haynes discovered it through a long process of practicing and executing these concepts at the college level.
Most teams struggle with the 3-3-5 because they don’t have a sound plan for dealing with the unique challenges it presents.
What Coach Haynes Does Differently
The problem doesn’t seem to make sense.
The 3-3-5 looks like a lot of smaller, speedy guys running around with no discipline or gap integrity. You’d think it would be pretty easy to move the ball.
Still, hundreds of games are lost every year at the college and high school levels, because the 3-3-5 seems to turn a lot of traditional football logic on its head.
Coach Haynes has had a lot of success with this offense, and has his share of experience against the 3-3-5. In fact, during the 2012 season he helped William Penn University lead the nation in total rushing yards!
And the season before that? They led the nation in rushing yards per game!
So what’s his secret?
Just 4 Simple Concepts
The basic principles of his philosophy revolve around a handful of plays, and now he’s showing them to you.
Any coach can learn these and teach them to his players with ease.
Every defense has weak spots. This course will teach you how to find them.
What You Get
Coach Haynes has put together a presentation called 4 Plays to Defeat the Stack Defense.
It contains a whole hour of slides and video clips, as well as a BONUS downloadable workbook with all the concepts drawn up in clean, professional diagrams.
– Alex Kirby
PS- Not only are you going to be happy with 4 Plays to Defeat the Stack Defense, the players on your team are going to be thrilled with the changes you’ve made!
Just knowing that this knowledge could be the difference between a win and a loss next season should have you reaching for that link right now!