An outside running play with pulling guards.
(American football) an attempt to advance the ball by running around the end of the line
a play that clears the table of all exposed cards The game then proceeds by the next player placing a card on the table face upwards
A run around the end of the line.
a running play in which several blockers lead a running back on a designed play to the outside. Depending on the number of blockers and the design of the play this is sometimes referred to as a "power sweep" or "student-body-right" (or left).
An offensive strategy whereby a running back runs laterally behind the leading offensive linemen, who have cleared a path for him by blocking out the defensive linemen. The running back runs laterally until the path has been cleared, at which point he accelerates forward.
A running play where the ball carrier receives the ball and runs toward the sideline and upfield.
A Sweep is a running play in American Football where the running back takes a pitch or handoff from the quarterback and starts running parallel to the line of scrimmage, allowing for the offensive linemen and fullback to get in front of him to block defenders before he turns upfield.