Today’s power variation is simply combining two concepts I have already discussed.
From our double tight formation we would run 1 back power (because we don’t have a FB in, we are in 1 back) and I would add our super tag on to tell the back side TE to also pull.
Another way we can run super 1 back power, is to call our 1 back power scheme, but from 21 personnel. Since our TE is the kick out guy in our 1 back power, the Fb is used as another insert player along with the back side pulling guard.
Here is a clip of the play, we get good base blocks from our RT and TE, and a very good down block from our RG to open up the B gap. Now we lead our FB and LG through the hole and our RB can get downhill behind them.
Tomorrow will be my final post in the Power Variations series, it will also be my 100th Post!
Tomorrow I will focus not a a new power scheme, but running power from unbalanced formations.