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Counter trey

The counter trey is a misdirection running play used in American football. The counter trey is a type of counter run.

This play is designed for the offensive team to feign rushing one way, then attack the defense in the opposite direction. In a counter trey right, the Center (American football), right guard, and right tackle block left as if the play is going left, with the right tackle leaving the last defensive player on the line of scrimmage unblocked. The left guard and left tackle are pulling or turning, and running to the right parallel with the line of scrimmage. The left guard will block the last defensive player on the line of scrimmage and the tackle will cut underneath him and block the first defender in the hole.

The running back takes an initial feint step to the left, then cuts back to the right, receives the handoff from the quarterback, and runs off the hip of the pulling guard, with the pulling tackle leading him through the hole created by the pulling guard kicking out the last man on the line of scrimmage. The counter trey requires quick, athletic linemen for good execution.

Many teams have run this Earnest Byner.

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