No. The quarterback is a position in American (NFL-style) Football.
No. A quarterback in association football (soccer) is what the center attacking midfielder is sometimes referred to as (depending on the formation, which is usually 4-2-3-1 in professional soccer). The quarterbacks in both association and American football have similar jobs and positions because they are both set behind the striker and center respectively and both make the most plays for the team.
Of I were a true fan you would know it was quarterback and wide reciever have a nice day and learn to spell
Quarterback Don Meredith Outfielder Micky Rivers Luis Nani Manchester United Football/Soccer Player
The most paid sport in the US is football (not soccer) in the NFL as a quarterback currently the most payed player is Ben R. He is being payed 100M over 7 years(72M Guaranteed).
You sack the quarterback or you are sacking the quarterback.
Positions get their names by where they are at on the field. Walter Camp invented many of them, including "quarterback." Others, including "halfback" and "fullback," were borrowed from soccer and rugby.
In 1991 the Falcons quarterback was Chris Miller.
hat's the abbreviation for Quarterback
Volleyball does not have a quarterback position.
Brett Farve is now the quarterback for the vikings. Greatest quarterback alive..
Kyle Orton is the first-string quarterback. Brady Quinn is the second-string quarterback. Tim Tebow is the third-string quarterback. And as of the time of this answer, Tom Brandstater is the fourth-string quarterback.
If the quarterback were to drop kick he would become a kicker and not a quarterback. The roughing the quarterback penalty would change to roughing the kicker.