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The strong side is the side where the Tight End is lined up. Usually the right side, to help the Right Tackle block and provide a check-down option to the Quarterback. Now, the (a bit) more long explanation: The Football rules require the Offense to
Quoted from the Washington Post In the NFL’s preseason experiment, the ball will be placed at the 15-yard line, making for a 33-yard extra point. Two-point conversion attempts will continue to come from the 2-yard line. Other articles referencing 15
For the defense, there are three zones: the line (ends and tackles), behind the line (linebackers) and the backfield (cornerbacks and safetys. ) The x-y-z defenese refers to the number of men on the line, linebackers and backfield respectively, that
If Michael Vick isn't allowed on the field, which is the only way he wouldn't play, the Eagles have two capable backup quarterbacks. If Vick doesn't play, the second-string Vince Young, who was inactive because of a hamstring issue Sunday, will likel
The San Francisco 49ers, who won five Super Bowls in some of the best and most iconic uniforms in NFL history, could debut another alternate jersey in 2016 after trying out a black alternate last season. Lions team president Rob Wood said in an event
This is done to ensure that there is not a push when the game is over. A push is when no one wins, and the sportsbook gives everyone their wager back. Here is an example: For this week's Pittsburgh at Baltimore game, one sportsbook lists the point sp
Three main reasons: 1) LA is rather unique in its urban sprawl. This makes building an NFL stadium more difficult than anywhere else, because real estate costs so much, and incorporating a stadium into the existing infrastructure (roads, utilities, e
Why do most coaches save [time outs] till the end of the game? To stop the clock for the possibility of getting the ball back and the opportunity to score, if necessary. An example is from a 2013 wild card game with the Kansas City Chiefs at the Indi
edmastermind29's answer is correct, save an exception. If a receiver catches the ball but is carried out by a defender before he can land both feet inbounds, the pass is complete. Rule 8, Section 1, Article 3, Item 6 in the NFL Rule Book addresses th
For other uses of "Hash mark", see Hash. Hash marks are short lines, running perpendicular to sidelines or sideboards, used to mark locations, primarily in sports. Usage in ice hockey[edit] In ice hockey, the hash marks are two pairs of parallel line