Yes you can. Deion Saunders who played for the Dallas Cowboys played both offense and defense.
There has to be 11 players on offense and Defence for every play. There has to be at least 7 players on the line of scrimmage prior to the snap of the ball. This applies to both offense and defence
All players in basketball play both offense and defense.
On the field of play during a game there are 11 players on both offense and defense. On a team, where the active roster consists of 45 players, there is usually a breakdown of 21 or 22 players on both offense and defense. Two of the 45 players on the active roster are kickers (punter and placekicker) so that leaves 43 players to breakdown between offense and defense.
midfield because they play both offense and defense so the learn the game quicker.
A girl that was allowed to play full court, both offense and defense
Offense the blind side of the quarterback Baltimore ravens
in basketball, there aren't offense players and defense player. everybody on the team knows how to play offense and defense
Football RuleI don't know when that was but the last person to play both offense and defense in the NFL was Chuck Bednarik (Philadelphia Eagles, 1949-62). There was also William Perry in super bowl XX who played offense and defense but he only played offense for only 1 play.Deion Sanders occasionally played both sides of the ball. He was a cornerback, returned punts,and was a third wide receiver when he played for the Cowboys.
Basically, its to play both offense and defense, but you play more toward the defensive position, but still play a small amount of offense. Such as you can go up with the other middies, but hang back alittle too...so anticipate where and when the ball will come to your side of the field and play defense.