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Page 54 The Forty Nickel defensive lineman attacks the ''V," not the shoulder pad. We do not use the shoulder blow technique. Our linemen use the thumbs up, chest and shoulder leverage technique to control and separate from the blocker. The facemask crossbar is our targeting device, but his head isn't part of the blow delivery. By using the facemask as the targeting device, the head is kept back with the neck bowed. The face will strike the "V" target but only with the force needed to topple a toddler.
The "leverage" foot is the foot the defender must keep free in his gap responsibility. A defender must keep "leverage" in his gap; consequently, the gap-side foot is the "leverage" foot. Conversely, the other foot is the "anchor" foot. The "anchor" foot is the foot used for alignment specifications such as crotch, shade, or shadow. , 3, 5, and 9 technique). , 3, 5, and 9 technique). , 3, 5, and 9 technique). , 2, 4, and 7 technique). , 2, 4, and 7 technique). , 2, 4, and 7 technique). Page 16 More on Anchor and Leverage Foot Terminology Examples of Use Anchor and Leverage Foot Terminology A 3 technique aligns on the guard and has "B" gap responsibility.
A crotch 3 technique puts his inside foot on the crotch of the guard. A crotch 5 technique puts his inside foot on the crotch of the tackle. A crotch 9 technique puts his inside foot on the crotch of the end or 3rd man. Inside Leverage Foot Crotch A shade 2 technique puts his outside foot on the crotch of the guard. A shade 4 technique puts his outside foot on the crotch of the tackle. A shade 7 technique puts his outside foot on the crotch of the end or 3rd man. Shadow Shadow is not used on 2 and 4 techniques except in adjusting to unusually large offensive line splits.