The Wildcat offense is when you run a shotgun "QB draw" play but replace your QB with a RB or WR, Thus having an extra blocker and a skilled runner gives you an advantage
NFL teams that currently use the west coast offense are: - Green Bay Packers - Washington Redskins - Cincinnati Bengals - San Francisco 49ers - St. Louis Rams - Chicago Bears - Kansas City Chiefs - New York Jets - Indianapolis Colts - New York Giants
Pointguards traditionally run a teams offense. When a team has a defensive pointguard, they are able to easily defend an opposing teams pointguard. Thus, slowing down, or stopping a teams offense.
about 1 mile at most, the average NFL game has only about 11 mins of actual playing time, thery have 3 seperate teams that play throughout the game the offense, the defense and the special teams, so most players are on the field only for 5 mins and they're not the fittest people out there
Fullbacks are just bigger, stronger runningbacks and they can also recieve, but however they do run too! depending on different teams!! :D
a run offense
Special teams consist of kickoff, kick return, punt team, put return, and field goal teams. The special teams coordinator organizes these teams and decides what plays they will run.
Only one, the Miami Dolphins in 1972.