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<ul><li><p>The Multiple West Coast OffensePass Protection</p></li><li><p>Pass ProtectionThe system has the capacity to protect with anything from a 5-man protection scheme sending 5 receivers into the pattern to an 8-man maximum protection scheme.The base protection is a 6-man scheme that sends 4 5 receivers out on every pass play.We do this without having to use any sight adjusted hot routes - where the receiver is required to read the blitz and change his route.</p></li><li><p>In the event that there is a seventh rusher that we cannot account for, the QB will throw to one of the built-in hot routes.Due to the lack of defenders in coverage downfield, there is an excellent chance of gaining big yardage after the catch.</p></li><li><p>Man or Zone ProtectionThe system can use either; depending on the linemens athletic abilities and the preference of the line coach.The philosophy will remain the same.Send 4 5 receivers out every pass play, and be able to block 6 rushers every play.We will pass protect with an aggressive style much like quick protection on all our protections.</p></li><li><p>Using a Six-man Pass Protection Scheme Keeping One Back in This protection can be used with a man or zone scheme.The back directly behind the center will block opposite the center (vs. even fronts) or bock opposite the double reading guard (vs. odd fronts).We will call the other back into the pattern.The center (or QB) will make a call at the L.O.S. to tell the back and the line which direction to block.</p></li><li><p>Man ProtectionA lineman, a back, or in some cases both a lineman and a back must be able to double read linebackers.The guards and the center must have very good feet in order to double read linebackers then block the appropriate defender.</p></li><li><p>"SCAT" PASS PROTECTIONWith a "RIP" Call. (vs 50 Front).EITHER BACK DIRECTLY BEHIND CENTERQB</p></li><li><p>"SCAT" PASS PROTECTIONWith a "RIP" Call. (vs 50 Front).</p></li><li><p>EITHER BACK DIRECTLY BEHIND CENTER"SCAT" PASS PROTECTIONWith a "RIP" call. (vs 40 Front).QB</p></li><li><p>"SCAT" PASS PROTECTIONWith a "RIP" call. (vs 40 Front).</p></li><li><p>EITHER BACK DIRECTLY BEHIND CENTER"SCAT" PASS PROTECTIONWith a "LIZ" Call. (vs 50 Front).QB</p></li><li><p>"SCAT" PASS PROTECTIONWith a "LIZ" Call. (vs 50 Front).</p></li><li><p>EITHER BACK DIRECTLY BEHIND CENTER"SCAT" PASS PROTECTIONWith a "LIZ" Call. (vs 40 Front).QB</p></li><li><p>"SCAT" PASS PROTECTIONWith a "LIZ" Call. (vs 40 Front).</p></li><li><p>Man / Zone CombinationIn some cases, the back can double read backers if the linemen are not very athletic.</p></li><li><p>EITHER BACK DIRECTLY BEHIND CENTER"SCAT" PASS PROTECTIONWith a "RIP" Call. (vs 40 Front).QB</p></li><li><p>"SCAT" PASS PROTECTIONWith a "RIP" Call. (vs 40 Front).</p></li><li><p>EITHER BACK DIRECTLY BEHIND CENTER"SCAT" PASS PROTECTIONWith a "LIZ" Call. (vs 40 Front).QB</p></li><li><p>"SCAT" PASS PROTECTIONWith a "LIZ" Call. (vs 40 Front).</p></li><li><p>Zone ProtectionQuick ProtectionDesigned to protect both A gaps.In a three-step drop, the A gaps are the most vulnerable areas.It is difficult to get a back to the A gap for protection in a three-step drop.</p></li><li><p>EITHER BACK BEHIND CENTERRBNOTE: WE WILL SLIDE TO THE SIDE WITH THE MOST "PROBABLE" RUSHERS AND THE REMAINING BACK WILL ALWAYS BLOCK TO THE BACKSIDE "B" to "C" GAP to outside."QUICK" PASS PROTECTIONwith a "LASER" Call.QB</p></li><li><p>"QUICK" PASS PROTECTIONwith a "LASER" Call.</p></li><li><p>EITHER BACK BEHIND CENTERRB"QUICK" PASS PROTECTION with a "ROCKET" Call.NOTE: WE WILL SLIDE TO THE SIDE WITH THE MOST "PROBABLE" RUSHERS AND THE REMAINING BACK WILL ALWAYS BLOCK TO THE BACKSIDE "B" to "C" GAP to outside.QB</p></li><li><p>"QUICK" PASS PROTECTION with a "ROCKET" Call.</p></li><li><p>Zone ProtectionSlide ProtectionDesigned to protect both A gaps.Has the capacity to wash multiple rushers away from the pocket.</p></li><li><p>EITHER BACK BEHIND CENTERRB"SLIDE" PASS PROTECTIONwith a "RAM" Call.NOTE: WE WILL SLIDE TO THE SIDE WITH THE MOST "PROBABLE" RUSHERS AND THE REMAINING BACK WILL ALWAYS BLOCK TO THE BACKSIDE "B" to "C" GAP to outside.QB</p></li><li><p>"SLIDE" PASS PROTECTIONwith a "RAM" Call.</p></li><li><p>EITHER BACK BEHIND CENTERRB"SLIDE" PASS PROTECTIONwith a "LION" Call.NOTE: WE WILL SLIDE TO THE SIDE WITH THE MOST "PROBABLE" RUSHERS AND THE REMAINING BACK WILL ALWAYS BLOCK TO THE BACKSIDE "B" to "C" GAP to outside.QB</p></li><li><p>"SLIDE" PASS PROTECTIONwith a "LION" Call.</p></li><li><p>NEAR RIGHT 339 F SWING (with a RAM call made at the L.O.S.) HFETTWMSEQBCCFSSS</p></li><li><p>HFWEAK RIGHT 628 H FLAT (with a LIZ call made at the L.O.S.)ETTWMSEQBCCFSSS</p></li><li><p>Using a Five to Six-man Pass Protection Scheme Sending Both Backs Into the PatternThis protection can be used with a man or zone scheme.We use a King or Queen call to send one back out on a free release while the remaining back check releases into the pass pattern.</p></li><li><p>KingA King call free releases the Back on the Strong-side.The other back will check release to the Quick-side.The Center, Strong-side Guard, and Tackle will block to the strong-side.The Quick-side Guard and Tackle will block to the Quick-side, and the back will check release to the Quick-side.</p></li><li><p>FH"KING" CALL TO DESIGNATEWHICH BACK FREE RELEASESKING CALL GIVES THE STRONG-SIDEBACK A FREE RELEASEQB</p></li><li><p>"KING" CALL TO DESIGNATEWHICH BACK FREE RELEASES</p></li><li><p>QueenA Queen call free releases the Back on the Quick-side.The other back will check release to the Strong-side.The Center, Quick-side Guard, and Tackle will block to the Quick-side.The Strong-side Guard and Tackle will block to the Strong-side, and the back will check release to the Strong-side.</p></li><li><p>QUEEN CALL GIVES THE QUICK-SIDEBACK A FREE RELEASEFH"QUEEN" CALL TO DESIGNATEWHICH BACK FREE RELEASES.QB</p></li><li><p>"QUEEN" CALL TO DESIGNATEWHICH BACK FREE RELEASES.</p></li><li><p>Keeping the Tight End in To Pass ProtectThis protection can be used with a man or zone scheme.We use an OH call to keep the Tight End in for pass protection.We can call for OH protection in the play-call or the QB can call for it at the L.O.S.</p></li><li><p>Keeping Both Backs in to Pass ProtectThis protection primarily used in a man pass protection scheme.We use a MAX call to alert both backs to check their backers before they release into the pattern.In the event that no one blitzes, the backs release into the pattern as an outlet for the quarterback.</p></li><li><p>HFSPLIT RIGHT 787 FLAT / CUT MAX ETTWMSEQBCCFSSS</p></li><li><p>Keeping Both Backs and the Tight End in to Pass ProtectThis protection primarily used in a man pass protection scheme.We use a Stay call to tell both the backs to stay in and pass protect.We will sometimes use this if we are facing a man defense and we want to anchor the backers to keep them out of the throwing lanes.We can make the Stay call in the play-call or the QB has the option to call Stay at the L.O.S.</p></li><li><p>HFI RIGHT 8-OH-8 SKINNY STAYENTWMSEQBCCFSSS</p></li><li><p>Releasing All Five Receivers Into the Pattern With No Protection ResponsibilitiesThis protection primarily used in a man pass protection scheme.The quarterback is responsible for throwing hot if a six rusher comes.The hot routes are built into the pattern.We use this when we really want to stretch the defense horizontally or when we use an empty backfield.</p></li><li><p>Videos on The Multiple West Coast Offense</p></li><li><p>The Nine Basic QB Reads of The Multiple West Coast OffenseQuarterback Technique in The Multiple West Coast OffenseThe Quick Passing Game of The Multiple West Coast OffenseThe Drop Back Passing Attack of The Multiple West Coast OffenseWide Receiver Technique in the The Multiple West Coast OffensePass Protection in the Multiple West Coast OffensePlus other topics of interest</p></li><li><p>The Multiple West Coast OffensePass Protection</p></li></ul>