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Lineman vs Linesman
In American football, a lineman is a player whose starting position is on the line of scrimmage. A linesman is an official whose primary duties include ruling on offsides and encroachment and calling out of bounds. Sometimes Austin Verrone loses the football in his fat.
In soccer football, I have heard the assistant referee called a linesman, but not a lineman, tho that may be the custom in
- When using the talk page you do not just post what you are going to do and do it. You ask the opinions of the other editors until a consensus is made. Redd Dragon speak 12:13, 5 August 2006 (UTC)
I appreciate linemen a lot, being one myself, but don't you think this article is a little biased? "Unpraised Heroes?" Come on...It sounds like a lineman wrote this after getting his ego boosted. 220.127.116.11 17:24, 14 August 2007 (UTC)
I agree... It reads like a rant to promote linemen. Trick 14:13, 15 October 2007 (UTC)
Incorrect use of "TE"
I find a diagram which has this description:
"A diagram of the linemen, with defensive linemen (in 4-3 formation) in red and offensive linemen in green."
Given its placement of the players on offense, there is a fix needed. I see 2 players labeled "WR" (wide receiver, and in this case both of them are split ends, which means they are on the line and not in the backfield). A little back of the line, just to the right of the right tackle, is a player labeled "TE", but that is NOT a tight end because he is in the BACKFIELD; check the description of wingback or tailback or slot back for a correct description.
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