an unusual action performed to gain public attention; as, a publicity stunt.
Any maneuver or 'set piece' including tumbling, mounting, a pyramid or a toss.
An unusual charge by the offensive linemen, sometimes in concert with the linebackers, in which they loop around each other during the charge instead of charging straight ahead.
A programming maneuver that moves a show from its usual time slot to a more advantageous slot or multiple time periods in order to boost ratings or introduce a new program. It also refers to unusual or sensational programming designed to grab attention during sweeps periods. See hammock and double pumping.
a tactic used by defensive linemen in which they switch sides in an attempt to get past the blockers.
Usually in conjunction with a slogh. A defensive player, in order to facilitate the slough, will guard their own player and, if the ball is passed to the offensive player bieng sloughed on, will make a movement to the player with the ball in order to apply some pressure.
a tactic used by defensive players in which they switch roles in an attempt to get past the blockers.
A fake maneuver by a defensive linemen in which they stagger and change their path to the quarterback in an effort to confuse the offensive linemen.
A pre-designed defensive play intended to stop a specific offensive play. Can be similar to a blitz.
A stunt in American football and Canadian football is a planned maneuver by a pair of players of the defensive team by which they exchange roles, the better to slip past blockers of the offensive team at the beginning of a play from scrimmage.