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The Football Coaching Podcast with Joe Daniel

Coach Joe Daniel from JoeDanielFootball.com helps you build a better football team at any level. Youth Football Coaches, Middle School Football Coaches, High School Football Coaches, College Football Coaches and Semi-Professional Football Coaches will get great ideas and discussion from The Football Coaching Podcast.
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Now displaying: September, 2016
Sep 30, 2016

It’s one of the most frustrating parts of being a football coach. The scout team.

You work to put all the opponent’s plays down on cards. You show them to a group of guys on your team... wait, these guys are all on your team?

...anyway, hold the card up. Everyone looks. They nod. They head to the line.

The ball is snapped. If the snap doesn’t get fumbled, it’s a small victory.

Then the disaster is on.

Wait, the Guard didn’t pull! We need that guy to pull!

Where’s the Tight End? There’s supposed to be a Tight End on that play! He was WHERE!?

In this episode of The Football Coaching Podcast, I’m sharing ideas on how to make your scout team better.

Just as an FYI, it’s not using color coded cards. I never saw more confused kids than when I did the color coded cards.

None of these are earth shattering. It’s all about building your practice from small to big, just like we teach in JDFB Insiders.

Check out this week’s episode, and start making some changes in your practice planning that will save your sanity!

Sep 23, 2016

Putting together your offensive game plan is critical to the success of your football team. And the most important part of that game plan is your evaluation of the defense.

What do they do best? Where are the weaknesses?
Who are the best players? The worst players?

What are their tendencies? When do they change? (you can get your tendency report faster if you let us tag your game film!)

Then you take that information and put it against your offense. What are you best at? Where are your strengths?
It’s like fitting together puzzle pieces.

This requires honest evaluation. Try to identify your bias. Try to identify the opponent’s bias.

This is the chess match that makes football great.

Check out this week’s episode of The Football Coaching Podcast for some game planning tips. And for more in depth analysis on your opponent, use the JDFB Insider membership forums to post your questions.

Sep 15, 2016

Lots of coaches can draw up passing routes. Trick the defense, find the holes in a zone. It’s fun stuff.

But this isn’t 7 on 7. And it ain’t Madden.

You want to throw all those fancy passing concepts? You have to protect your Quarterback.

In Episode 170 we talked about the pass protection technique that you can use. That’s independent of your pass protection scheme.

On this episode of The Football Coaching Podcast, I’m diving into the different protections schemes you can run.

Big on Big protection. Slide protection. Half-Slide protection. Turn Back protection. Sprint protection.

What does it all mean? When should you use each one? How many protections can you install for High School Football?

When you want to go more in depth on pass protection, check out Joe Daniel Football Insiders. Learn the in’s and out’s of our 5 Step Protection in the exclusive JDFB Pistol Power Offense System to give your Quarterback time to throw the football!  (no matter what level you coach!).

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