The "pocket" is a horseshoe shaped area formed by offensive linemen that drop back and protect the quarterback during a pass play. In theory, if the quarterback remains within the pocket, he will have sufficient time to find a receiver and throw a pass. If defensive players penetrate the pocket before the pass is thrown, the quarterback is either sacked or forced to run out of the pocket...and then he's on his own.
A Pocket in American Football is the safe area created by the offensive linemen create for a quarterback by blocking the defensive rushers. This safe area is supposed to allow the quarterback time to make his reads and throw the ball to a receiver.
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A football field is 160 feet wide. In college football, the hash marks (inbounds markings, which designate the "pocket") are 40 feet apart, but they are wider for high school games and narrower for NFL.
Football pants usually have pockets for knee and thigh pads. Under the football pants, you wear a girdle that has additional pockets to place your hip and tail bone pads. The shape of the pocket will tell you which pad goes where.
No, they are not poor. Phil Knight's pocket change alone puts them in the 50% tax bracket.
Pocket is a noun (a pocket) and a verb (to pocket).
A QB-PP is a pocket passer quarterback and then you have QB-DT which means a dual threat quarterback.
The question is asking re both American and Australian football - which are completely different games. Australian football: [L = Left; R = Right; C = Centre] L back pocket - Full back - R back pocket L half back - C half back - R half back L wing - Centreman - R wing L half forward - C half forward - R half forward L forward pocket - Full forward - R forward pocket Ruckman, ruck-rover, rover 4 Interchange players
pocket calculator is a calculator that we keep in our pocket