Once Power is installed the next part of our offense to go in is Counter. We were actually significantly better running Counter this season and I called it more frequently, with more success, than our Power scheme. We often see an extra player or two to the side we set our Fullback so being proficient at Counter going back the other way was critical to our offensive success.
Playside down blocks/doubles just like Power. We pull the backside guard to kick out the end and have different calls to pull our FB, backside TE, a wing, or any combination thereof . I prefer keeping the backside tackle home to block backside rather than the traditional “GT” or “Counter trey” that uses the backside tackle as the 2nd puller (2nd puller is the player wrapping up to LB). This keeps the tackles rules and skills consistent between power and counter, helps in mastery of our backside B gap hinge technique, and allows us to pull a better athlete (FB/TE/Wr).
Below is an example of us running it both from our Pro set, and from out double tight set.