2. Half Back (Running Back)
5. Right Guard
6. Left Guard
7. Right Tackle
8. Left tackle
9. Tight End (can be more than one on field)
10. Wide Reciever (can be more than one on field)
quarterback, running back, wide recievers, Offensive tackles (2), offensive guards (2), and center
Offense Because they get hit the hardest and don't really hit the defense
Offensive Line, the five players in front of the quarterback.
In American (gridiron) Football, there are twenty-two (22) players on the field; eleven (11) on each of two teams. In Arena Football, 8 players are on the offensive and defensive sides of the ball for a total of 16.
11 on defense 11 on offense
A-11 Football is an offensive system used in some levels American football in which a team's offensive players are deemed eligible to catch a forward pass - as determined by the formation they're aligned in, and not according to their jersey number and formation - as is the case in basic American football. A-11 Football allows all of the team's offensive players to be interchangeable in their sets because they are not restricted by jersey numbers, like they are in basic football. A-11 Football allows for 16,632 possible post-snap scenarios of which player can receive the snap and advance with the football because any player can align in any spot within any formation - thereby making A-11 players interchangeable. In basic American football using a five fixed offensive linemen set, there are only 36 possibilities of which player can receive the snap and advance with the ball because the offensive linemen are not interchangeable within the formation with other offensive players - the jersey-numbering requirement does not allow it.
its always gona be 11
A backfield is the area of play in football behind the offensive or defensive line, or the players positioned in this area.
There are a total of 29 people on the field. 11 Offensive players 11 Defensive Players 7 Officials
A-11 Football is built around the A-11 Offense. The A-11 Offense eliminates the jersey-numbering requirement and enables up to Six offensive players on each play to be eligible to catch a Forward Pass based on Formation Only, as compared to basic pro football that uses a jersey-numbering restriction and formation to determine pass catching eligibility. In A-11 Football, all of the offensive players are interchangeable which leads to 16,632 post-snap variants of which players can receive the snap and advance the football, as compared to 36 variants in basic pro football.
All players except interior offensive linemen are eligible to receive a pass. This includes quarterbacks, punters and kickers.
Every time a football game is played, there are 22 players on the field, each in different football positions. Even though it looks like many of the offensive players and defensive players are doing the same thing, there are distinctions between the different positions.
In Canadian football, while only 12* players are playing on the field at once, teams need more than just 12* players. They must have an offensive and defensive team. Most high school football teams have 1st, 2nd, and 3rd string players, so thirty to forty players is a reasonable number. * only 11 in American football