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Fwd progress stopped and missed face mask/illegal contact to the head call
For sure a fumble
and block in the back on 49ers
PENN STATE FOREVER
I just rewinded the live footage, they blew it dead prior to ball coming out, which makes sense as to why three niners players stood there and watched the ball.
Block in the back is only called on special teams plays.
A little 1st-half controversy. Be interesting to see if it affects the outcome.
October 12, 2013. PSU 43 - UM 40 (4 OT). Unfortunately this fan wasn't around long enough to see it!
Holy cow! How did he catch that pass?!!
It's early, shouldn't matter. If James holds onto the ball and those niners players play through the whistle it wouldn't matter.
My God...... step away from the Zima... you're drunk
1st & goal. Flag on the play. Face Mask....on the D!
+1 for the Zima reference
Flacco fired that
Wow! Ravens really capitalized on that turnover very fast. TD!
All Flacco is seeing is
Ditto. Do they still make Zima?!
Hell idk. I think they were drinking that when I started kindergarten. I'm drinking Beam tonight.
You can block in the back in the free blocking zone, which consists four yards +/- from the line of scrimmage.
So further downfield, on passing plays, the crack back now known as the defenseless player block is illegal.
Further downfield is on special teams, which is where 99% of blocks in the back are called.
Realistically, you're only going to get a BIB on special teams plays.
The firs part as stated in the free blocking zone was further defined a few years ago to allow OL to push block to clear out the pocket and to allowe shorter passing plays like bubble screens to work because opportunity for damage is low in such a short field area.
Homemade Wings are up. Time to chow down!
Hopefully that clarifies what I meant. I did enjoy the zima reference.
This post was edited by NitLionsGo 14 months ago
I know the rule. But it also changes once the WR has to come back from down the field outside of the free area. In college I took heavy advantage of hitting LBs in the back in that zone. It was fun.
Hahaha, that's awesome.
Ravens just look on point.....
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