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 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?). […]
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 […]
Review Down: Once the offense starts their drive, they have four chances, called “downs,” to move the ball 10 yards from where they started (this place is called “the line of scrimmage”). Each play is then calculated by what chance (down) the offense is on and how many yards they have left until they reach 10 […]
Review On Monday we went through our weekly roundup. On Tuesday we reviewed the first half of the season in the AFC. On Wednesday we repeated the process, but for the NFC. On Thursday we remembered all of the things we’ve learned but may have forgotten. Preview Normal Girl Game of the Week Bears […]
Review On Monday: We reviewed all of the injury-laden activity from Week 7. On Tuesday: We talked about the controversial call that decided the Jets vs. Patriots game on Sunday afternoon. On Wednesday: We answered three of your questions about real games. On Thursday: We broke down the question you didn’t even know you had: […]