Football Apprentice Plr Ebook

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Table Of Contents


Chapter 1: Playing The Football Game

Chapter 2: Rules And Regulations Of The Game

Chapter 3: The Quarterbacking Ground Rules

Chapter 4: The Passing Game Essentials

Chapter 5: Mastering The Ground Running Game

Chapter 6: Pulling Off A Great Offensive Line Play

Chapter 7: Discover The Killer Strategies To Win The Game

Chapter 8: Great Tactics For The Defensive Lineman

Chapter 9: Dealing With Line-Backers

Chapter 10: Playing At The Last Line Of Defense

Wrapping Up

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Chapter 2: Rules And Regulations Of The Game


Here again depending on the level of those playing the game and the stage the game is at, there are several different types of rules applicable. However across the board, there are some basic rules that are usually applied to all the football games anytime it is being played anywhere around the world.

Ideally the football field should measure to about 120 yards long and 53.5 yards wide. The goals line will be drawn to the end of both sides of the field. There is 10 yards calculated to mark the end zone for each side and from there inwards, there is a line drawn for every five yards. The middle yard line is called the 50 yard line.


Then there are hash marks which are rows parallel to the side lines, and this is where the ball is placed to start play. There are goal posts at either side of the end zones, which the ball has to be directed into, in order for a goal to be scored and recorded.

The team that scores the most goals within the allotted time will be declared the winner. The game is divided in to 4 different time allotments, with a long half time break between the second and third quarter. If a foul is called, the team would be in danger of losing one member depending on the color issued.

The yellow would signify a warning and the red would be the send off, and neither of these would have the recourse of a substitute.

The players taking on the defensive roles would be able to be in any position and move about freely on their side of the field without many restrictions.

Offensive players have several rules that define their positions according to the strategies adopted within the game plan frame. Ideally seven of the offensive players should be on the line of scrimmage, while four should be a yard behind. With the exception of one, the others would be set or still prior to the play beginning.

Chapter 3: The Quarterbacking Ground Rules


There are many rules that ideally are supposed to function to protect the quarterback. Quarterbacks make up the offensive team and line up directly behind the offensive line.

These individuals are usually the leaders of the offensive team, responsible for calling the play in the huddle.

The quarterback role is the most visible and important role by comparison on the team. This position is probably the most influential in creating the direction of the game in its losses or wins.

The quarterback is usually in possession of the ball nearly through every offensive play and has a great responsibility in both calling plays and making decision during the play.


The quarterback all being their play positions in various different specified positions. However in more recent years most of these quarterbacks are trained towards partially scripted formats. These actions are further assisted by the coaching of the play format, given through inbuilt headphones in the helmet.

This information is then relayed to the team mates for further execution, using a series of code words, numbers or a combination of the two. There are also special tactics such as “Blue 42” or “Texas 29” which represents a sudden shift in formation called on by the quarterback.

There are various other terms that represent certain movements to be executed by the quarterback such as flea flicker where the quarterback is supposed to catch a lateral by a wide receiver or funning before delivering a forward pass, the wildcat formation would require the quarterback take the position of a flank receiver who can be used to catch the forward pass. Both these moves are typically used as decoys to throw the opposing team off play.

The ability to successfully make game plays from within the “pocket” formed by the blockers is will the most important quarterback contribution to the game. Showing great ability to run past defenders and have the endurance for it is also ideal.

Chapter 4: The Passing Game Essentials


There are several different elements that would ideally be part of the quarterback’s routine, and all contribute to the success of being able to make good decisions and executions to bring about a successfully played game.


The stance of the quarterback is important in helping them maintain firm balance when the game begins, as they are usually the target for ball possession. This will allow them to read the defenses and react accordingly.

The hand positions are also something that is given consideration. Dropping the ball during play is a huge negative thus the need to be able to have the appropriate hand positions mastered. All these will contribute to the handling off of the ball, the carry on the ball and the passing or the ball.

The passing technique is also something that is given due consideration in the quest to ensure the game is successfully played. Cradling the ball at arm level over the right breast area will help the effective throw motion to have better success rates.

Holding the ball with the fingertips and allowing an air pocket between the ball and the palm would facilitate better passes, and proper release functions. Learning to throw with a purpose will ensure the ball finds its desired direction.

The level of accuracy should ideally be high as this is the defining point of getting the ball to the others who can then make it to be finishing zone. Releasing the ball also requires a certain level of intensity and this is encouraged to be done with the “short stroke”.

The footwork is also another essential part of completing the proper passing technique. By closing the feet position to prevent the over striding, the quarterback will be able to give the ball enough trajectory force to get it airborne and in the direction it is meant to go.

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