Stands for Total Tackles. Solo Tackles + Assisted Tackles= Total Tackles
To break tackles and to finish tackles
In American Football one tackles a player. In Association Football (soccer) one tackles the ball.
Total over tackles
John Potter, Western Michigan University, 35 career tackles on kickoff
Dallas Cowboy Free Safety Barry Church has the most tackles in the league for a defensive back thru week 16 in the 2013 season. He has 127 combines tackles, with 100 solo tackles and 27 assists.
it's between the two defensive tackles
footballers were shin pads to protect their shins when a player slide tackles them
The guards. Then, the tackles. Then, receivers.
American football tackles can be seen online for free at Youtube. Local television stations will broadcast games for free as well all season long, so just tune in.
Tosh-0 - 2009 Football Player Tackles His Teammate 2-4 was released on: USA: 3 February 2010
In flag football one pulls off the player with the ball's flag to tackle them. In tackle one physically tackles them.
it can mean tackles in stats, and can mean like tackle in positions.
Helmet-To-Helmet are not allowed. If that's what you were asking.
In 11 man football Jim Butcher (Lake Roosevelt high School). As a Junior he had 26 tackles in a single game and averaged 17 a game for a season total 153 for the season. In his Senior year he averaged 23 a game and a total 207 tackles. Class of 1980.
In football they have to run for 90 minutesand face fierce tackles, so muscles and stamina are needed.
No. Football is more physical than basketball. The average force of impact of tackles in football is much stronger than than contact in basketball.
when the defense gets past the opposing team's offensive line and tackles the team's quarterback.
Typically that number is reserved for Offensive Linemen, such as tackles, gaurds, or centers