Unlike aquatics, soccer and VB, “Club” football coaches are club coaches for a reason. Along with the trash Drake references, they teach very poor technique (like press corners tackling rec’s off the line) and play a non-football brand of passing league BS where they drop 8 when they can get away with it and line up LB’s at 15yds on 3rd and long. Not football. Not proper player development. No team building.
Playing other sports and getting away from 7 on 7 would make them better football players in the fall in my humble opinion.
Fake coverages, cheating , not honoring the run first step, then take drops, but yes, the DB coverage is a joke, with the holding and tackling of WR at LOS. Real dawgs dont need to do all that. Footwork, techinique, speed, strength, that gets it done. Oh yeah, and a high football IQ. I think all this 7 on 7 is over kill, and teams need to get back to the things they are actually going to do in a game. You see good offenses, QB'S are getting rid of it, 2.5-3 seconds, timing, good reads and footwork, balls out! Protection, good routes by good physical receivers, but it all starts with the big boys up front! Both sides of the ball! 7 on 7 is cool , but pressure makes alot of things happen differently, and you dont get that
in 7 on 7.
hit the lights