We have yet to be stopped very well, but there have been a team or two that slowed us down in a way most youth football coaches wouldn’t think of.
To answer this, all I can do is relate my direct experience. We have played teams over the last 6 seasons with every imaginable defense and stunt you could dream up in your wildest mad scientist lab. We are always the most filmed, most researched, most talked about team in the leagues we play in. It’s probably because of how different the offense is and how many points we put up each week.
We have even played the same team with the same group of coaches 3 years in a row. They put up a different defense and different set of stunts each year and we still came out on top each time, so the newness factor for our success may not be all what it’s cracked up to be.
Our parents have overheard opponent scouting coaches just throwing upแทงบอลออนไลน์ their hands and saying “No way we can stop this I don’t even know where the ball is.” There are other youth football coaches that have been very confident and said “All we have to do is X and we will shut them down.” X may stop one play but it doesn’t stop the entire offense or the adjustments detailed in the book. Some of the comments of the smug expert defensive coaches have been darn right funny and those are usually the teams we score 3 TDs on in the first quarter.
I have no problem with opposing coaches scouting us. I take it as a huge compliment that they think so highly of us that they would spend time studying our football team. I’m very friendly and joke around with these guys, I really appreciate their effort to understand our football plays and system.
There has not been a single type of defense or tactic that consistently gave our youth football team problems. There have been a few defenses that we love to see. we run through these like butter: