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What are the playside Tackle rules for Belly?

This question is part of Offensive Line Tight End Rules
Asked by Oring, Last updated: May 29, 2020

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O.Olivia

O.Olivia

Answered Mar 05, 2020

There are a lot of people who would like to play Belly, but they are not sure what they are supposed to do. The moment that you know the different rules, the easier it will be for you to play the game. First of all, the outside linebacker is not supposed to cheat. If the person cheats on the inside, this will already be enough for the person to get an RPO.

Another rule of Belly is there is not supposed to be any cross blocking involved. This means that the side guard should be on the receiving end. One of the things that you should remember is to make sure that the defensive end will be removed completely. Otherwise, it can make it harder for people to score.

 

H.Harper

H.Harper

Answered Feb 07, 2020

There are many rules when it comes to Belly. One of them is that if the outside linebacker happens to cheat inside, it is automatic grounds for an RPO. Another belly rule is cross blocking, which involves the play side guard logging the defensive end.

This is opposed to kicking the defensive end out completely. This question is related to football, and it is important for those playing the sport to know the correct answer to it. It is more important for the offensive line to know the answer, as it is them who would be participating in the tackle.

 

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Oring

Answered Nov 14, 2017

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