Monthly Archive: March 2017

Mar 31

How to Play Football

Understanding the basics of the game of football first is essential to fully appreciated the benefits and the satisfaction it brings. These can be learned perfectly once you start playing the sport, but here are a few elementary things you should know about the game before you start playing. American football is a widely popular …

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Mar 31

NFL Referee Salary

In a professional football match, a seven official system is followed, wherein seven officials operate in the same field. Based on the positions and duties assigned, each of the officials is delegated with a different title: referee (or head referee), umpire, head linesman, line judge, field judge, side judge, and back judge. Recently, the National …

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Mar 29

Highest Scoring NFL Game

The highest scoring game in NFL history during regular season happened way back in 1966, when the Washington Redskins defeated the New York Giants by 72-41 on November, 27th. This was not the first meeting between the two teams in that season, as the Giants had recently defeated the Redskins on October, 16th by a …

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Mar 25

What is Zone Blocking

Zone blocking is one of the two ways in which a team chooses to make space when they are on the offense in American football. It is a practiced maneuver in American football, which enables openings for the running players to advance in the game play. It also known as base blocking. When a runner …

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Mar 20

Greatest NFL Players of All Time

Here are some of the greats who have made this game what it is today. The history of this wonderful sport would have been incomplete without their contributions. 5 Greatest NFL Players Jim Brown: Born on 17th February, 1936, Jim Brown played for the Cleveland Browns as a running back. ‘Sporting News’ a sports magazine …

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Mar 18

Football Helmets for Kids

Once your kid has started playing football, one of the most important things you need to do is get a helmet for him. These are important not just for the safety of the child but also for making the child feel like a real football player. When the child is wearing the complete helmet and …

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Mar 18

How to Get Faster for Football – The Best 5 Exercises for Football Speed

To get faster for football and increase agility on the football field, you need to be very careful about which exercises you choose to use to get quicker. The wrong exercises will not only NOT make you faster, but can actually make you slower! There are literally thousands of exercises out there…how do you know …

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Mar 18

NFL Player Salaries

Founded during an informal meeting in an automobile showroom in 1920, with just 11 teams, the National Football League (NFL) is currently the largest professional American Football League across the globe. Currently, 32 teams from across the United States participate in this annual 17-week competition. The league is divided into – National Football Conference (NFC) …

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Mar 18

Take a Closer Look at the Football Field

NFL Action On an average, the broadcast of an NFL game goes on for 3 hours, though the actual game is played for 60 minutes, divided into 4 quarters each. Around 1 hour is dedicated to commercials, while the remaining is all about replays and crowd clippings. With events such as the Super Bowl and …

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Mar 17

Turn Up Your Swanky Style During NCAA Football Season

Saturdays are when game day magic starts to happen. Leaves change colors, the air gets brisk, and out comes your collegiate football pride. Time to work around the holidays and stay home on Saturdays so you can use your prized possession: football season pass or 50-yard line seats. Tailgating has replaced the office. Pop up …

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