Double Eagle Flex Defense

Double Eagle Flex Defense is one of the most innovative defenses in a long time, the «Desert Swarm» turned things around at The University of Arizona a few years back.

You do not see much of this defense today. If you can run it effectively the chances are that your opponent has not seen it either!

Double eagle flex is a different type of defense than what you’ve probably seen most of the time watching on TV or ever run before of your team.

Double eagle flex is a defense also known as the Desert Swarm defense that was developed with Arizona, with Dick Tomey as the coach. Desert swarm was a different, kind of revolutionary defense that turned around the program in Arizona in early 1990.

What we’ve got is based off of a 4-3 defense somewhat, with just a few changes. On the strong side you can see the similarity to the 4-3 or 4-2-5 defense – where you get a tackle in a strong 3 technique and the Defensive End is set, could be more of like 4-4 or 4-2-5, inside shade of the tight End.

The strong safety is always going to be your overhang player. We are just going to adjust. He’s going to be three by three off of the end man on the line of scrimmage, the tight End in this case. If you were to get the two receivers you would split the difference there. If you got three you’ll walk out to split 2 and 3, you can use him to deal with different types of formation.

The Mike linebacker is in a 30 technique. He’s going to be five yards off the ball, outside shade of the guard. You can step behind of the tackle just like you would be in a 4-2-5. He is going to have responsibilities for that A gap. You can also scrape over the top if it would be some sort of a power play outside. You got your box player or strong safety to fleet off the edge.

Now things start to change on the weak side. We’re going to have the tilted nose tilted at the neck of that center. He is attacking to that center neck every single play. There’s no way you can still double team because there’s no way their guard can overtake you. The center can’t walk in on weak side run plays.

This is going to be very effective in enforcing different example of this offense. Now you got your flex player, okay, I want to put down the Will, but put whatever player you want down there.

The flex player is going to be reading through this Guard. He reads to this Guard if two yards off the line of scrimmage in an outside shade on this guard. If read and guard blocks down he’s coming now he’s trying to block down the box player he’s going to come on now. He gets to blocks. He’s going to squeeze that block back to A gap there control B gap there where your B gap player. If he reads flow away take flow away from him. He gets to flow away, breaking over the top – you’re going to get an extra player to flow side with your flex player.

There’s no way the center can back block in there, he’s going to be go straight over top. It’s a very different look to the offense line. Your edge player is going to be outside and he’s going to a ghost 9 where our tight end would be – he’s very loose. He’s tilted.

Play all those like he would play with a safety over here. If you’re coming from if you’re are coming from a 4-2-5 you may use your defensive ends right here and your weak safety out here and then your two inside backers.

Second inside backer play is very similar to the Mike, his gap sound over here. If he’s throwing the ball – you got cover three shell behind it you, or could also play man coverage with it and use your strong safety as your adjuster.

Now double eagle flex, if something added to your package, is the change up front it is a simple thing to teach because it is very obvious for the read for the scan right here we’re still here with their two inside linebackers.

Hope that you can learn how you can use the double eagle flex or the desert swarm in your defense.

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