# Crossing Route Football Quiz

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The quiz below is on crossing route football. As a receiver, your job is to ensure that the rival team does not get hold of the ball and your team scores fast and easily as possible. Take the quiz and get to see just how much you know about the path you are expected to follow for your teammate’s sake.

• 1.

• A.

Crossing

• B.

Hash

• C.

Numbers

• D.

Hitch

B. Hash
• 2.

• A.

Numbers

• B.

Crossing

• C.

Dig

• D.

Hunt

D. Hunt
• 3.

### Y                                 3    4     5     6    7                                       X                                                 Z              Q               H                                                                               F Blue Loose (-) Z crosser the F has what route?

• A.

Swing Right

• B.

Crossing

• C.

Go

• D.

Wheel

A. Swing Right
Explanation
The correct answer is "Swing Right" because the question is asking for the route that the blue loose Z takes when crossing the F. Looking at the diagram, we can see that the Z crosses the F by swinging to the right. Therefore, "Swing Right" is the correct answer.

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• 4.

### X                      Y                  3    4    5    6    7                                                   F     Z             Q              H On Blue Loose LF EL "F" Crosser the Y (TE) has what route?

• A.

Slide

• B.

Go

• C.

Hash

• D.

None of the Above

D. None of the Above
• 5.

### X                                 7    6    5    4    3                                    2                            H                           Q                             Z                                                          F Red Looser X-Crosser the Z has the ______ route.

• A.

Hash

• B.

Go

• C.

Dig

• D.

Wheel

C. Dig
Explanation
The correct answer is "Dig" because when we follow the path from "Z" to "X" in the given diagram, we can see that the route passes through the letters "D", "I", and "G". Therefore, the correct answer is "Dig".

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• 6.

### X                Y                    3   4    5    6    7                                                         Z           Q             H                                                            F On Blue Loose LF (+) Rip 50 Spacing which route is incorrect?

• A.

H has a Scat

• B.

Z has a arrow

• C.

Y has a Scat

• D.

Explanation
The given answer states that X has a Fade, which means that the letter X in the sequence has a fading effect. This suggests that the letter X is not properly visible or clear in the sequence.

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• 7.

### 7    6    5    4    3               Y                  X                         H             Q              Z     F    Red Loose RT ER 56 which route is incorrect?

• A.

Y has a Post

• B.

H has a Pin

• C.

X has a Slant

• D.

Z has 12yd Drag

A. Y has a Post
Explanation
The given answer states that Y has a Post route, which is incorrect. This is because in the given information, it is mentioned that Y has a Slant route, not a Post route. Therefore, the correct answer is that Y has a Slant route, not a Post route.

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• 8.

### X      7    6    5   4    3      2                            H            Q            Z                                            F Red Loose Split Liz 50 Spacing what route does the X have?

• A.

Scat

• B.

Space

• C.

Sit

• D.

Speed out

B. Space
Explanation
The X has the word "Space" because if we look at the letters above the X, it spells out "Scat" and if we look at the letters below the X, it spells out "e". So, combining the letters from above and below the X, we get "Space".

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• 9.

### X   Y     3    4    5    6    7                                 Z            Q             H                                             F Blue Loose LF Tite Ripper 50 Spacing what route is incorrect?

• A.

Z has a Swing

• B.

H has a Pin

• C.

X has a 5yd out

• D.

Y is ineligible

B. H has a Pin
Explanation
The given answer states that "H has a Pin" which means that H is incorrectly marked with a pin. However, the question does not provide any context or explanation for what a "Pin" means in this scenario. Without further information, it is difficult to understand why H having a Pin would be incorrect. Therefore, the explanation is not clear and additional context is needed to provide a proper explanation.

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• 10.

### 7    6    5    4    3      2                                      X                           Q                       Z   H                           F On Red RT H-Over 50 what route does the X have?

• A.

• B.

Drag

• C.

Post

• D.

Hitch

D. Hitch
Explanation
The X receiver runs a Hitch route on Red RT H-Over 50.

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• 11.

### X                            7   6   5   4   3    2                            H          Q                 Z                                         F Red 29 Rocket the H blocks who?

• A.

DE

• B.

OLB

• C.

CB

• D.

FS

B. OLB
Explanation
The question is asking for the position of the player who is referred to as "Rocket the H blocks". Looking at the given grid, we can see that "Rocket the H blocks" is located in the OLB (Outside Linebacker) position. Therefore, the correct answer is OLB.

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• 12.

### LC                    FS                      RC                                W       M       S          R                                                          E     N       T     E                       X            7   6   5   4   3          2                                  H          Q           Z                                               F Red Loose Split Rip 83 XB who does the Z block?

• A.

S

• B.

E

• C.

R

• D.

CB

A. S
Explanation
The answer is S because it is the only letter in the given question that is not part of any of the words in the question. The letters "Red", "Loose", "Split", "Rip", "XB", "who", "does", and "the" are all part of different words in the question, but the letter S is not part of any of them. Therefore, S is the correct answer.

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• 13.

### FS      LC                                                                             RC                         W           M         S                  R                                                                  E     N          T         E       X                         7   6    5    4    3     2                               H           Q                                          Z                                             F Red Open 21 Jet (Crack) who is #1, #2, #3, #4 defenders?

• A.

E is #1, R is #2, S is #3, FS is #4

• B.

E is #1, R is #2, RC is #3, FS is #4

• C.

E is #1, S is #2, R is #3, RC is #4

• D.

R is #1, S is #2, RC is #3, FS is #4

B. E is #1, R is #2, RC is #3, FS is #4
• 14.

### On question #13 who blocks whom?

• A.

TE blocks E, Z blocks RC, 4 pulls & blocks R, FB blocks M

• B.

TE blocks E, Z blocks R, 4 pulls & blocks CB, FB blocks M

• C.

TE blocks R, Z blocks RC, 4 pulls & Logs E, FB blocks M

• D.

None of the above are correct.

B. TE blocks E, Z blocks R, 4 pulls & blocks CB, FB blocks M
Explanation
The correct answer is TE blocks E, Z blocks R, 4 pulls & blocks CB, FB blocks M. This answer is correct because it accurately identifies the blocking actions performed by each player. TE blocks E means that TE blocks player E, Z blocks R means that player Z blocks player R, 4 pulls & blocks CB means that player 4 pulls and blocks player CB, and FB blocks M means that player FB blocks player M.

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• 15.

### What does C/S mean if added to the play call in #13?

• A.

C/S means case study.

• B.

C/S Corner/Safety means block CB to the Safety.

• C.

C/S means Crack/Stalk, wouldn't work in this formation.

• D.

C/S means Crack/Stalk, Z would block the E & the TE blocks R.

C. C/S means Crack/Stalk, wouldn't work in this formation.
Explanation
The correct answer is C/S means Crack/Stalk, wouldn't work in this formation. This explanation suggests that in the given play call, using the Crack/Stalk strategy would not be effective due to the formation of the players on the field.

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