The most difficult place on the pitch for most of the defense is an external line bucket. In a typical 8-person front, such as 3-5-3 or 4-2-5 defenses, these players have dual responsibility.
The Outside Linebacker is primarily responsible for keeping the race and forcing the ball to return to the subways. He can also be forced on the Football Association to bubble and later work on the sidelines and allow him to get there to help.
Another responsibility of OLB is to reach the apartments on the road. Usually, the 8-person front cover will run Cover 3 as the base cover.
Most defense coordinators use a combination of Zone and Man casings. The OLB will usually be locked on the # 2 receiver to its side in Cover 1 or Cover 0, Slot or Tight End. When a player is locked in a person's review, he cannot be considered part of the running product.
Comparison of the exterior will depend on your protection and his abilities. Usually, it will be anywhere from 3 to 5 meters outside of End Man on line Scrimmage (EMOLS) and 2-5 meters from Line Scrimmage (LOS).
If it is a # 2 receiver, OLB usually uses a dotted line, 5 meters from the ball and half way between EMOLS and slots. Depending on the team and the option of the slot, you can choose to align it close to the slot to prevent past or safer EMOLS to help in the running game.
Keys and Reactions
The primary key OLB is EMOLS, A tackle or tight end, for High Hat, Low Hat reading. High Hat, which means that the helmet OT appears as in passing, tells him that the play is over, and he should open the apartments (but this will be dictated by a discussion call). At a low hat read, when the OT burns out with a flat back, it is expected to run. The OLB should be thinking run without him getting a certain high headphone reading.
You can help OLB read it by learning the EMOLS movie he will read. Different teams have different methods to pass and run.
After receiving a low hatch check, the OLB additional key – running again. He needs to attack the race appropriately by reading the flow position and backstage operation:
EMOLS hard down block inside, RB to you: Line up scrimmage to switch where EMOLS went. Expect a kick-out block from RB or drag guard. Take it with your inlay, hold your outer arm and feet loose and attach your shoulders to the line. Hold the driveway inside and be prepared to handle the Ball Carrier beams outside.
EMOLS drive closes the protection, RB to you: Shuffle up and down, but not close all the way to the line of scrimmage. Keep out of the stairs until RB illuminates, then break in to wear. If he builds outside, the box plays.
EMOLS Reach for you, RB fast flow for you: Attack on the line of scrimmage but keep your width. If you have a # 2 receiver, decide if you can beat it or have to defeat it. If you need to defeat the block, go through it, run it again, and work outside of it to include the game. The EMOLS area or get away from you, Backfield flows away: Hold your depth, fold in to set the defense. Check for Counter, Reverse, Bootleg action and be ready to work again. Do not pass the Defendant until the ball illuminates from you.
The Play Action Pass can put a lot of stress on your supporters. If the OLB says that the race should start, it's because it's running the first player. But when it's clear to pass, usually with the upper key action, he should break into it to get back into his territory. Never give up on a game!
Training of Foreigners
Every technology needed for OLB is similar to a defender. They need to be able to read the key and respond, defeat blocks, get ready to finish, stand down and cause change. All these skills should work in the collection 5 every day, if time permits. Add other exercises to win your weaknesses.
Teamwork is important for external Linebacker to understand their role. He will work with security measures, corners, bumpers and interior brochures. Set up a group drill every week, enabling him to see his role in defense with each of these groups. Make sure group exercises are appropriate for the opponent you will face this week.
Understand that offensive coordinators will pick on the outer line. They are players who are easily put into conflict. Offensive systems will try to stop him and make him guess.
Your outlines will make mistakes! Train them to trust their keys, play physically and always run to football to get the best OLB play possible.