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Old Tue Sep 15, 2009, 01:33pm
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Originally Posted by NorCalRef12 View Post
Also remember that the blocker and blockee both have to have part of their body in the FBZ, if the TE is at the edge of the FBZ it is quite possible that the OLB or DE is NOT in the FBZ. In this case, the TE cannot block that player in the back, below the waist, or clip.
Regardless if the TE is in the FBZ, the OLB cannot be blocked below the waist unless he is on the line at the snap. If he is off the line at the snap, he cannot be blocked below the waist.
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