No. An interception occurs when a player on the defense catches a ball that the quarterback or another player behind the line of scrimage throws. Since the Runingback is on the offense, any catches he makes is considered a reception, not an interception.
When a quarterback throws to an receiver or anyone on offense eligible on then the yards thrown from where the ball was placed and the offense player catches and extends the play until he Is tackled out of bounds or scores
It's called a fleaflicker.
Football Offense is the QB, RB and, FB ..ect... The people that make the touchdowns and gain yards ..ect......
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A running back is the player on the offense of a football team who is usually running the ball.
Yes, an interception occurs when a defensive player catches a ball thrown by the quarterback.
In football, the offense is the team in control of the ball moving it toward the opponents goal and attempting to score. There are many different types of football, but in all of them, the offense is the team with the ball trying to score. The defense is: First, the team trying to keep the offense from scoring; And Second, the team trying to get the ball away from the offense. In American and Canadian Football, the offense starts each play with a center snap. the center passes the ball through his legs to a player in the backfield. In British Rugby, the player starts a play by throwing the ball to a player behind him. In European Football (Soccer) Offense and Defense change constantly. A team keeps trying to move the ball down the field and keep a defender from getting it. In basketball, offense and defense also constantly change.