Best Cincinnati Bengals Offensive Plays

Football Talk Friday #14 - Okie Pump, 2018 Cincinnati Bengals Offensive Plays.

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We are back again for Football Talk Friday #14! This week we are breaking down a great double move concept in the red zone. Dade Left Gun Y-In Sox Left Okie Pump is a great red zone concept to add to any playbook. In addition to breaking down the play, we will also watch the 2018 Cincinnati Bengals run this against the Atlanta Falcons in week 4.

Dade Left Gun Y-In Sox Left Okie Pump is one of the best red zone plays I have seen so far studying the 2018 NFL Season. The tight end (Y) pops wide open after running a Hick Nada. It is a P.S.L progression which means it changes based on the Coverage shell. If the defense is in a two shell the read is weakside inside out. The Falcons come out in a 3 shell which means the progression is AFRO (meaning away from rotation) inside out. The coaching point on this play is for the Quarterback to use his eyes to open up the Nada. What that means is making sure to hold the safety in the middle of the field so the safety cannot make a play on the slot receivers.

The Cincinnati Bengals ran this concept on a first and ten against the Atlanta Falcons on the +15 yard line in the Money Zone. You will see Atlanta in a heat zone 33 weak coverage, and you will see Andy Dalton deliver a 15 yard strike to the Y for an easy touchdown.

Make sure to follow along in order to pick up all the details, and master this pro-style red zone concept.

Check out the video breakdown below for all of the details, and don’t forget you can also download a PDF copy of the play by clicking on the PDF Download link!

  • Situation: N/A
  • PDF Play Download
    • Formation: (11) Dade Left (Right) Gun Y-In
    • Protection: Sox Left (Right)
    • Play: Okie Pump


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