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As you all know, many receivers have the attitude that they just need to block hard enough to get by. They feel that there are certain plays they can go half speed because their block isn't a "key" block. There are four main ideas we try to drive home with our receivers in the run game. 1. Get the guy with the ball into the end zone. You never know when a running play is going to break into the open field, so you must assume that every run is going to. We want to turn good runs into touchdowns. 2. Wear down and frustrate the defensive backs....