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The Field, Time of Game, and Players
Offense Players: Quarterback Running back Wide Receiver Lineman Tight End Defense Players: Lineman Linebacker Defensive Back
Advancing the Ball Run Pass The offense has 4 downs to move the ball 10 yards. The down is over when the ball carrier is tackled, scores, or runs out of bounds. A tackle
How to Score Touchdown = 6 points Extra Point = 1 point Field Goal = 3 points Safety = 2 points
Change of Possession Turnover on Downs Fumble Interception A punt on 4 th down
Penalties There are over 40 different penalties in football!
Strategy and Tactics
Do Now Have you ever played football before? What do you know about the sport? What do you think is the most challenging aspect of football?
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