5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Running Backs
- Line of Scrimmage
- Defensive Ends
- a This Lo's position. He kicks fieldgoals and kickoffs.
- b Where the ball begins each play. It is the offensive goal to bring the ball further than the line of scrimmage each play, and the defensive goal to stop the offense from doing so.
- c These players usually help the corners with deep-pass coverage of wide recievers.
- d The people on the edge of the defensive line.
- e There can be up to three of these players on the field at once. They grab the ball from the quarterback and run it as far as they can.
5 Multiple choice questions
- This group of people line up directly on the line of scrimmage, close to the ball. They are the section of the defense that tries to get by the offensive line, and rush the passer. (Defensive Tackle(s), Defensive End(s))
- These people are considered hybrid players, something between a wide receiver and an offensive lineman. They are frequently called on to block, especially on running plays. However, because they are eligible receivers, they may also catch passes. They line up next to the offensive line.
- The set of eleven players that do not have possesion of the ball, always trying to stop the offense from scoring.
- These players are responsible for covering the tight end or running back on pass plays. They can also rush the passer. Are on the outside of the defensive line.
- This is the unit of players used for kicking or PAT situations. (Kickers, Punters, Punt/Kick Returners)
5 True/False questions
Wide Recievers → These people play behind the defensive line and perform various duties depending on the situation, including rushing the passer, covering receivers, and defending against the run.
Kickoff → This Lo's position. He kicks fieldgoals and kickoffs.
What it is called when the Quarterback is tackled behind the line of scrimmage.
Cornerbacks → This is the player who gets the ball from the center and starts the play. He can either throw the ball to a reciever, hand it to a running back, or try to run with it himself.
Backs and Receivers → The six people that line up behind the offensive line. (Quarter-Back, Running Back(s), Wide Reciever(s), and Tight End(s))