The Colts, they don't play in a huddle, Peyton Manning calls the play on the line.
well they huddle because they like when they get used to them while they grow
Lafayette College in Pennsylvania is accredited with the first known use of the huddle, in 1926. From the first college football game to the 1890s, players discussed the plays away from the line of scrimmage in an unorganized way, much like college football itself was. From then to the 1920s, hand signals were used in the same form, but was ineffective, because the opposing team could easily learn plays. From then on, football became more popular, and so did the huddle, and teams stopped using signals and would instead communicate the play in the huddle.
Miami Dolphins introduced the Wildcar formation in there 3rd game in the 2008-2009 season against the New England Patriots
Could be a noun or a verb. It depends on how it's used in the sentence.
it was first used in cricket. it was that a team can appeal to the third umpire if they are not satisfied with the decision of the umpire. each team can have two chances
defense and offense
No, the noun 'teammate' is a noun for one person.A collective noun is a noun used to group people or things in a descriptive way.Examples of collective nouns are: a team of mates, a huddle of teammates, a bunch of teammates, etc.
Wing Guard term is mostly used when a team is playing defense. In offense he could be either point guard or shooting guard!
The term "felony" is used to indicate the seriousness of an offense. A "felony" is a serious offense such as homicide, robbery, kidnapping, etc. A "misdemeanor" offense is a crime of less seriousness and a "summary" offense the least serious, such as a speeding ticket or littering fine. The term doesn't indicate whether it is a federal offense.
a 5-1 OFFENSE i would think means the team was out of rotation using a 5-1 but i play club and school volleyball and iv never heard that term used. i do kno wat a 5-1 is tho 4 sure.