Play & Video Breakdown, Subway, St. Louis Rams

Improve your functional football IQ with this week's play & video breakdown off Subway and the St. Louis Rams Offense.

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We are back again for Football Talk Friday #07! This week we are continuing with not only bringing you a play breakdown, but we also have a clip of the 2013 St. Louis Rams running Subway against the Arizona Cardinals.

Double Right Quick Ace Right Subway is a PSL (pre & post snap look) play. Your read is based on the defensive shell, meaning you have a different read for 2 shell than 3 shell. If you get 3 shell you will be working the arrow slant side combination and your progression is arrow to your slant to your HOB. If you get 2 shell you will be working your double slant combination and your progression will be 1 step slant, slant, to your HOB. The addendum on this play is if you get quarters coverage you are going to be thinking tight end on the arrow route.

The St. Louis Rams ran this week 1 in 2013 against the Arizona Cardinals and Sam Bradford completed this 1st and 10 pass for 10 yards and another first down on their first play from scrimmage.

Make sure to follow along to pick up all the details and master this pro-style passing play.

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!

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    • Formation: (11) Deuce Right (Left)
    • Protection: Quick Ace Right (Left)
    • Play: Subway


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