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A tackle of the quarterback behind his line of scrimmage.
When a ball carrier is tackled in his own end zone after bringing the ball there under his own power; the defense earns 2 points and receives a free kick from the offense¹s own 20-yard line.
Evasive movements by a quarterback to avoid being sacked.
As the offensive line lets the blitz come through, the quarterback then passes to the running back as the offensive line now precedes him downfield as run blockers.
The group of 4 downs a team has to advance 10 yards.
Shotgun Formation
A formation where the quarterback lines up behind the center five yards deep. He takes the snap like a backwards pass thru the legs of the center.
The boundary line that runs the length of the field along each side; a ball carrier or ball that touches or crosses the sideline is out of bounds.
A tournament where a team is eliminated after one loss.
When the center while facing forward quickly hands the ball between his legs to a player standing behind him (usually the quarterback) to start each play.
Special Teams
The group of players who participate in kicking plays.
When a player throws the ball at the ground to celebrate a touchdown.
A ball passed or kicked with a spin which propels it further with more accuracy; the ball points the same direction throughout its flight.
A location on the field, determined by an official, to mark forward progress or the place of a foul.
Stiff Arm (Or Straight Arm)
A push by a ball carrier to ward off a tackler.
Succeeding Spot
Where the next play would start if no penalty was called.
Super Bowl
The championship game of the NFL, played between the champions of the AFC and NFC at a neutral site each January; it is the culmination of the NFL playoffs.
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