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Review and Preview : Week 16

We’re having a bit of an adjusted review and preview this week since we have important matters to discuss: the playoffs. The playoffs are upon us!!! It’s so bittersweet. There are teams that are definitely out, teams that are definitely in, and teams that have to jump through 150 hoops but still have a chance […]

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Review and Preview : Week 15

Review Monday: We reviewed my favorite week (almost) ever, Week 15. Tuesday: Why a team has their “own” side of the field, and how to tell which side it is. Wednesday: We learned what all of that waving during kickoff is all about. Thursday: Postseason Prep, Part II! How the Playoffs Work. Preview Normal Girl […]

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Review and Preview : Week 14

Review Monday: Are you a normal girl who is also a football fan? We want YOU! Join our offseason feature. Tuesday: We learned a new party trick: how to quickly tell which end zone belongs to which team. Wednesday: Read only if wrapping your mind around a new definition of backward won’t give you a […]

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Review and Preview : Week 13

Review Receive: to receive the kickoff at the beginning of the game and start on offense. (From Tuesday’s post.) Defer: to receive the kickoff at the beginning of the second half of the game and start of defense. (From Tuesday’s post.) Receiving team: the team that receives the kickoff. (From Tuesday’s post.) Kicking team: the team that kicks the […]

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Review and Preview : Week 11

Review On Monday we reviewed the unpredictable world that is the National Football League. On Tuesday I became Chicken-A-Little-Less-Little and posted a video blog. (AH.) On Wednesday we learned what having a winning season actually means. On Thursday I sent a deluge of new resources your way from the updated Resources page (any favorites, ladies?). […]

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Review and Preview : Week 10

Review Audible: Calling an audible is what happens when someone, usually the quarterback, changes the play at the line of scrimmage. (From Tuesday’s post.) Head Coach’s Headset: The head coach is usually talking to coordinators who are up in the box (a press box up high in the stadium). He is engaged in a constant conversation with his […]