1. on reconnait et call la zone 2. 3 handlers, 3 poppers, 1 deep 3. 3 handlers afin de pouvoir swing le disque d'un coté à l'autre facilement, 3 poppers qui essaient de trouver les trous dans la cup, crash dans la cup, préparent leur cut pour les continuité, 1 joueur deep qui essait de prévoir les passes pour offrir les deuxièmes continuités, super important afin d'assurer qu'on puisse avancer rapidement lorsqu'on brise la cut
Position Breakdown - The Deep is a deep. - The Rovers cover the middle threat. When the disc gets sent to a sideline, the nearest rover phases out of middle to fill in for the wing. -The Wing/HandlerMark, "The Whank" - They double as the Wing and the Wing Handler Mark. When the disc is on their wing, they force middle. They take up this force position after ensuring deeper wing threats have been covered off. When the disc swings to the middle/opposite sideline, the Whank drops off to resume wing play. - The two chases. Force to the opposite chase. When not on the force they are trying to stop quick insides for wing handlers momentum. They allow the around swing. When sideline trap is on the nearest handler mark wants to stop crashes and insides. The further handler mark stops dangerous upfield wide passes. They bate the around to the opposite wing.
This is our pre-endzone dominator play. When: We can run this when we are close enough to our attacking endzone that deep throws are no longer particularly viable, but far enough that front-of-stack isolation cutting doesn't have full viability (e.g. the breakside is too hard to hit at that distance). We can either transition into this from our usual offense, or transition to it from our endzone play if the disc gets pushed back too far.
This is the "slash cut." When: The slash cut is the default option when we have the disc on the sideline against person defense and are being forced into the sideline. This cut should begin before the disc is in play (i.e. at stall -1) The primary goal of the slash cut is to clear the open side space to create a lot of room for the second cutter to make a cut. Sometimes this cut is meant to be a viable option, but we do not want to sacrifice clearing quickly for the sake of more viability on this cut.
Depending on whether the swing from the sideline crosses the front of the stack, the continue will come from different places. If the swing is small (doesn't pass the stack), the continue should come from the FRONT (and then the back). If the swing is big (passes the stack), the continue should come from the BACK.