The offensive tackle is one of the five positions on the offensive line in American Football. The tackle position (left and right) is located on the outside of the offensive line, next to the guards.
The Tackles role is to protect the quarterback and/or ball carrier by blocking the rushing defensive linemen, linebackers and/or blitzing defensive players.
I think an offensive tackle has to create holes for his running back, and the guard is more in a protecting way for his quarterback.
That answer was offensive and stupid
yes there is difference
The center is in the (centre) of the offensive line. He snaps ( passes ) the football between his legs to the Quarterback.
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Assault occurs when an individual causes another to reasonably believe they are in imminent danger of being harmed or touched in an offensive manner. Battery is actually causing such harm or offensive touch.
A receiver in between the offensive line and the farthest away receiver from the line.
In American football "LG" means left guard. A guard is a position on the offensive line directly in between the center and the offensive tackle. The left guard is the guard to the left of the center.
It is A RUSH that creates the most space between an offensive player and a defensive player.
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On the line of scrimmage opposit the offensive linemen. He can line up between the offensive linemen or directly in front of them.
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The Tet Offensive happened in 1968, long after the French withdrew from Indochina. The Tet Offensive was the turning point in the Vietnam War, and was launched against the United States.