In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- He made three tackles in the Buc backfield and two more at the line of scrimmage.
- An effective run stuffer, he also can get into the backfield and pressure the quarterback.
- They entered the offseason with a depleted defensive backfield, so adding a quality cornerback or safety is likely.
- When it comes to the offensive backfield, they take a back seat to no team in the SEC.
- They will shift from the line of scrimmage to the backfield, or split out as receivers.
- The team is in a state of flux at two spots: the offensive line and the defensive backfield.
- To use four wide receivers, the Chargers took some basic pass protection away from the line of scrimmage and the backfield.
- He has shown the versatility throughout his career to play any position in the defensive backfield.
- After taking a handoff deep in the backfield from the quarterback, the tailback picks a hole based on the blocking in front of him.
- You might even see him lined up in the backfield once or twice.
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