Seven on offense. No requirements for the defense
You must have at least 7 men on the line for all scrimmage plays, including punts.
On the offensive side, nobody has to be in a down position on the line of scrimmage, but there must be six men on the line. The defense does not have any regulations as to where they must line up on the line of scrimmage.
Yes, the offensive team must have at least seven players on the line of scrimmage in NFL football.
There is no limit only a minimum
there must be 7 men on the line of scrimmage, no more no less
Yes. Must have a minimum of 7
The offense has to have at least seven men on the line of scrimmage. There are no such requirements for the defense. So although you'd never see it happen, there could theoretically be as few as seven people on the field.
If you are behind the line of scrimmage it will just be recorded as a punt, and possession will change at the point it went out of bounds (although there may also be a penalty for ineligible downfield if you have receivers (other than the two men on the end of the line) beyond the line of scrimmage). If you punted it after you had gone beyond the line of scrimmage, that would be a penalty. It is also a penalty to deliberately kick a ball you are not in possession of (ie. a fumble).
In American football, there is no penalty for not enough players on the field for a play. Should there be too many players on the field, there is a penalty called for illegal participation (five yards). But if a team has too few, there is no penalty called. There technically is no penalty for having too few players on the field. However, the offense always has to have at least seven men on the line of scrimmage and an eligible receiver on each end of the line. If the offense didn't meet this requirement, they would be flagged for an illegal formation.
A covered Tight End is a Tight End with a Wide Receiver outside of him on the line of scrimmage. If you want a Tight End eligible for a pass, he must not be covered up by another player since the only eligible receivers are those with the correct number (not 50-79) who are either in the back field or the last men on the line of scrimmage. Therefore having a player outside of the Tight End on the line of scrimmage is "covering" him up. A covered Tight End is legal for run and pass as long as the covered Tight End is not going out for a pass.
PF probably means punt formation. This is a formation in which you have (normally) 2 gunners lined up on the outsides who's job is to be the first ones to reach the punt receiver and hopefully tackle the receiver, or down the ball as close to the goal line as possible. The remaining 8 men will line up on the line of scrimmage similar to a regular formation (not all 8 will be literally on the line of scrimmage) whos job it is to block long enough for the punter to make a successful punt, after which they assist in punt coverage. I would imagine that could also be a typo for FP, which would be forward pass. What is the context in which it was used? Can you provide more information?
Eleven men on a team.
they have one referee and 2 lines men and 2 goal line referees in italian football why?
in football (soccer) :- 11 men each team a referee, and 2 lines men
There are 80 men on a college football team who are permitted to dress for a home football game. On the other hand, only 70 may dress for an away football game.
Men's Football: Zero.
the offense has the ball on their own 6 yard line the qb go back in to his own endzone and pass the ball and it hit offensive line men in the endzone is this a safety
A 46 defense is a part of the eight in the box family. This is used as an American football defensive formation with six men along the line, and 4 playing the line technique.
In a football match we have referee and 2 lines men is there any other official in the match?
No as long as there are 7 men on the line. so the uncovered tackle could catch a pass
Many woman (and some men) do.