End zone Poaching by Seb Allen

Fundamentally, defence is about trying to prevent the other team from scoring. End zone poaching can be a key part of that.

With end zone offences rarely offering much in the way of individuality, poaches are ideal for disrupting the offence in the condensed area of the field. Since teams often try to score with handler movements (see ), defences should acknowledge […]

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