GGUUUUUUAAHAHHHH(That's the sound of me blowing a blood vessel because you're so ignorant :P )
Now that I've composed myself. There is no such thing as a toning rep range, it simply doesn't fucking exist. The only way your muscles can be more 'toned' is by decreasing the amount of fat surrounding them..and doing more reps doesn't do that.
Secondly, if your working out for football. Focus on the big three, bench, squat, dead-lift. A weak posterior chain is the biggest issue an athlete will have trying to break into the next level. Get on a program like West Side Barbell 4 Skinny Bastards strength and conditioning template. It'll keep you agile and conditioned properly leading up to the season, it'll also help you gain quite a bit of weight if you eat properly. There's no need to 'switch up' your routine, your muscles don't have a mind. Big surprise, P90X is total fucking bullshit, take an exercise physiology class and you'll find out consistency is what gets guys strong as shit and huge.
Doesn't take a while to see big gains on bench, if you train properly on Westside you can add 5 lbs a week, and if you're on 30 lbs in 30 days you can add 10 lbs every bench day. Always have your indicator exercise at the beginning of a workout, so if you don't go up what you wanted to you can throw in a couple extra reps or whatever to make sure you get it next week.
Also, what you're saying you want to do I.E. lose all the fat and increase muscle mass is something called a recomp. It's hard as FUCK to do, if I were you I'd just focus on increasing muscle mass on a caloric excess diet(between 5500-6500 calories) then if you gain a bit too much weight because your training isn't spot on just go on a cut and drop the fat. If you keep proper macros and train right you can lose a percent of body fat a week.