#1 takes the snap and turns 45 degrees to the strong side, taking a step toward and handing the ball off to #2 (blue). #2 (blue) takes the hand off from #1 (yellow) and runs towards and hands the ball off to #3 (green) and then continues to run away like they still have the ball. #3 (green) needs to turn running towards #2 (blue) taking the hand off and sweeping to the outside trying to gain the sideline. #4 (red) needs to run a drag route (out and than in) trying to distract the defenders in the area. #5 (orange) needs to run a curl route to the weakside trying to distract the defenders on the weak side of the field.
Stack Left 23 Reverse Sweep is an offensive 5 on 5 flag football play from Stack Left which is a twins stacked left, it is very important that #2 and #4 are 4 yards to the left of center with #2 being 2 yards deep, and #3 is 4 yards to the right of center and 4 yards deep. This play is authored by Football 101. For free high school football playbooks or to see this play in action head over to FootballPlaysnow.com