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Sunday, July 26, 2009

One Dog, Two Dog, Red Dog, Blue Dog

Robert Waldmann explains Basic Football Terminology:

To Red Dog (alternative phrase for to blitz):

Linebacker crosses line of scrimmage attempting to sack opposing quarterback.

Often works, sometimes risky. Shows that player (and/or defensive coordinator) has guts.

To Blue Dog (alternative phrase for To Benedict Arnold):

Linebacker crosses own goal line and spikes own helmet.

Shows that player forgot which team he is on.

    Posted by on Sunday, July 26, 2009 at 01:35 AM in Economics, Politics | Permalink  Comments (10)


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