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MVP | DRIVE video drills | Week 2

Rogers is excited to release a new 16-part video drill series featuring the MVP | DRIVE mobile tackling dummy.


In todays passing offenses, and especially the short passing game you may like to use a bubble screen, tunnel screens, slip screens, or just a traditional screen. Get your blockers out in space in the quick game. Use the MVP | DRIVE as a real player replacement to accomplish these drills.

Once the receiver or back receives the ball he is now a ball carrier. Ball carriers run with their eyes, and their feet take them there. To avoid tacklers incorporate these two quick drills into your practice arsenal. 



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