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Can you name the American football terms by definition?

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Changing a play at the line of scrimmage by calling out predetermined set of signals.
The offensive lineman who snaps the ball to the quarterback at the start of each play.
A defensive strategy in which a linebacker or defensive back vacates his normal responsibilities in order to pressure the quarterback.
An illegal block in which a player hits an opponent from behind, typically at leg level.
A pass coverage scheme that involves the use of six defensive backs.
A play in which the ball is ruled dead on or behind a team's own goal line, generally after a kickoff, punt, interception, or fumble.
A loss of possession of the ball via a fumble or interception.
A low, line drive kickoff that often bounces around before it is fielded by the kick returner.
A running play where two or more offensive linemen pull out of their stances and run toward the outside of the line of scrimmage, leading the RB who receives a handoff/pitch.
A play in which the ball carrier runs across the field at an angle instead of running straight toward the end zone.
To run from the scrimmage line with the football.
The area of protection given to a quarterback by his offensive line when he drops back to pass.
A gap in the line between the wide receiver and a tackle.
An offensive play in which the quarterback has the choice of either passing, running, or pitching the ball to a running back.
The defensive player who lines up directly across from the center.
A defensive player who lines up the deepest in the secondary and defends the deep middle of the field against the pass.
An offensive formation where two running backs line up directly behind the quarterback.
The area of the field between the hash marks and the sideline near the line of scrimmage.
A sideways or backwards pass thrown from one player to another.
A pass play where the quarterback fakes a handoff to a running back while he's dropping back to pass.
The side of the offense opposite the side on which the tight end lines up.
The side opposite the direction a player is facing.

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