I'm not sure what the question is if your talking about the position Tackle then there can be as many as four 2 offensive and 2 defensive, but if you are talking about the action of Tackling someone there is no set number
According to nfl.com, Williams had 8 tackles in that game. However, when watching the game replay, you can clearly see that he made 9 tackles in the game. Thanks NFL.com!
Nathan Hindmarsh 75 tackles Parramatta Eels vs Melbourne Storm 2003 Semi-Final
By far, Mark van Bommel of Holland. He made some dirty tackles and he was fortunate not to get sent off. You should see the tackles from the 2010 world cup final. Dirty game!
Through the 2013 season, Troy Polamalu has made 709 tackles.
Micheal Luck of the New Zealand Warriors made 74 tackles on the 25th of April 2009 against the Melbourne Storm in a 14-14 draw after extra time. Nathan Hindmarsh, He currently holds the world record for the most tackles made in a single game in the 2007 NRL season amassing 75 tackles against the Melbourne Storm in round 23.
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Football was created in the late 18th century by the Europeans. It evolved from an earlier game known as rugby, which has a ball that is not made with pig skin.
depends what football you're referring to: soccer or American football? depends what football you're referring to: soccer or American football?
Media coverage has affected the game of football by slowing the game down with commercials and advertisements.
Tackle is a action not a PERSON!just to let u know When referring to a person on the football team, the "tackle" is a lineman. There are offensive and defensive tackles, though only the defensive tackles are permitted to tackle anyone. The name dates back to the time when the same player had to play both offense and defense. The offensive line looks like this: End - Tackle - Guard - Center - Guard - Tackle - End The tackle's primary job is to block, either to create holes for the running backs or to protect the quarterback from the blitzing defenders. Tackles are big but generally are quicker than the guards, as they are responsible for outside protection and therefore need to respond quickly to any moves made by the defensive ends. On defense, the defensive tackles play on the inside of the defensive line. Defensive tackles are generally bigger, to clog up the line and prevent the running backs from getting through.