How to Run a 3-3 Football Defense
Learn how to play and run a 3-3 defense with expert tips and advice on NFL football in this free video series.
The game of gridiron football is an icon of Americanism. From its roots in early versions of rugby football brought over the Atlantic from England, football takes it place alongside baseball as the most American of sports. Though its name is somewhat deceptive, and in fact logically unsound, football is the most widely watched sport in the United States, and its championship game, whose name is not known only to those who have been living on the moon for the last fifty years, the super bowl is the most watched television event in the United States. The sport is the caretaker of the Greatest Game Ever Played, the NFL championship game from 1958, which hosted 15 then future hall of famers and historic names such as Johnny Unitas, and continues to delight audiences with its mix of complex strategy and physical play.
In this free video series, our expert Billy Kidd will show you how to play a 3-3 defense in American football. He will talk about positioning, the purpose of the defense, and talk about defensive linemen and linemen lanes. Billy will also talk about linebacker lanes and gains, blitzing, blitzing gaps, and controlling the play. He will even talk a bit about traps, screen passes, and combinations in your newly learnt 3-3 defense.
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