Table of contents for Coaching the offensive line : a comprehensive guide for coaches and players / Karl Nelson & Bob O'Connor.

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Foreword by Bill Parcells 
Chapter One: The importance of the offensive line to a football team. 		
The key to success
Chapter Two: Stance									
Chapter Three: The drive block and shoulder blocking 					
Chapter Four: Zone blocking theory and techniques, double team, wedge		
		Strategy against a team that slants and moves their linemen
Chapter Five: Cross blocking and fold blocking						
Chapter Six: Reach and cutoff blocks							
Chapter Seven: Trapping -long and short pulls						
Chapter Eight: Goalline blocking								
Chapter Nine: The pass block and pass protection schemes (fan, big on big, slide	
Chapter Ten: Defeating pass rush techniques						
Chapter Eleven: Blitz pick up								
Chapter Twelve: Screens and play action							
Chapter Thirteen: Center-QB Exchange and Long Snap					
Chapter Fourteen: Blocking for the kicking game 
Chapter Fifteen: Conditioning for offensive linemen					
Chapter Sixteen: Conditioning for speed and quickness 
Chapter Seventeen: Nutrition and Supplements						
Chapter Eighteen: Performance enhancing substances 
Chapter Nineteen: The mental side of being an offensive lineman				
Chapter Twenty: Overcoming adversity		

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Football -- Offense.
Football -- Coaching.