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Old 06-17-2010, 08:58 PM   #10
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Default Re: Who plays weak-side and strong-side LBs in the NFL?

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okay, apparently I didn't do a good job of explaining...

yes, the TE lines up on the strong side, which is also usually the the QB's front side, which (because just about every QB is right handed) is the right side....making the the ROLB facing the weak side and the LOLB facing the strong...

^^^ does that make sense?

the strong side could be the opposite though if the play calls for it to be, and in today's NFL the TE could be f*ckin ANYWHERE...a TE will line up in the backfeild or even in the slot...or there could be 2 TEs, even 3

does anyone even use the term "weak-side LB" anymore though?
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