Below we are going to discuss 5 different types of DB coverage that you will see and what different releases/moves you can use against that specific look. I hope this helps!
Inside Shade Press Coverage- when you are running an inside breaking route you want to attack his leverage inside then take the outside release- work to re stack or throw by.
When you have an outside breaking route attack the leverage and work to either re stack or lean into the DB at the break point
Outside Shade Press Coverage- if you have an inside route, attack his leverage then work to either re stack or lean into him at the break point.
If you have an outside route, attack his leverage, take the inside release and work to either re stack or throw him by at the top of the route
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Head up Press Coverage- for an inside route you preferably want an inside release but you need to attack him or give him a move like a split release to get a reaction off of him.
For an outside route it is the same concept but you preferably would like to take an outside release
Inside shade off man coverage (7-8yds)- for an inside route you want to attack the DBs outside shoulder to force his hips to turn. Slip under him or throw him by
For an outside route you want to attack the DBs leverage and make him weave inside. This gives the QB more space to fade you outside
Outside shade off man coverage (7-8yds)- for an inside breaking route you want to attack his leverage and widen him outside- this creates a bigger throwing window for the QB inside
For an outside breaking route you want to attack his inside shoulder and force a hip flips so you can slip under or throw him by