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The National Football League In the world today there is a lot of different kinds of sports Most popular to us Americans is probably baseball basketball and football The one thatpeople enjoy watching is probably football People of all ages like to watch this game mostly because of the incessant body contact One will get excited when there is an unbelievable play or a spectacular hit Football like Classic Rock got popular right when it started It is an exciting game when it started and will remain exciting in the future The game of football came from soccer A man name Walter Camp from Yale University saw his college team playing soccer and the rest is history In themid 1800s the first resembling present day football game was played It was on November 6 1869 McGill University from Montreal Canada played against Harvard University Football was only play in the eastern United States untill itgot popular in 1880 It then spread all over the USA Thats why now there isthe National Football League In order to score points a team must advance the ball down the field Thereare two main ways for a team to do that Either by throwing or running the ball A quarterback can throw the ball to a receiver that is down field The quarterback is not the only passer Anybody on the team can become the passer A play that tells this is call the flick flicker It is when the quarterback pitch the ball back to the runningback He then feigns to throw and draws all the defense to him That makes a receiver open to throw to Most of the running is done by the runningback Running is not as effective as throwing but if there is a opening he can run all the way Running like throwing can be done by anyone In football there is three ways of scoring A touchdown field goal and a
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