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Our kids often get separation and disengagement mixed up. " He has to get separation, and bench press away from the block. The defender must create some air between himself and the blocker, and open up his vision lanes. After opening up his vision lanes, he can locate the ball carrier, disengage, and make the tackle. What are the specifics of taking on a block? The primary component of taking on a block is a good defensive stance. I tell the kids, as far as a landmark goes, I want his nose up the collarbone.
I do not do this drill long; not more than twice. Contact drill should be of short duration. Finally, we go to the one-on-one drill. The offensive blocker is sacrificial. Our objective is for the defensive lineman to do the drill perfectly. It is called a perfect drill. We want to see the defender come out from the hips, with hands placed on the man. His elbows should be close to his body. In our blocking progression, we see the same type of blocks that you see in high school. We do see a few more combination blocks that you see.
We want to utilize everyone in the game and practice the team concept. I believe that talent and discipline must be inversely proportional. If your talent level is low, then your discipline level must be high. Your players have to be accountable and in the right gaps. The key to instilling discipline is consistency and patience. In our first four games of 1995, we gave up an average of 470 yards per game. As a former defensive coordinator, this absolutely ripped my guts out. We sat down week after week and patiently showed them what they were doing wrong.
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