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Transcript of Football
American football was created in 1879 by a man named Walter Camp.
We are going to talk about NFL uniforms, the ball, players, and team names that changed over time.
Past Present and Future
Past Present And Future
Adrian Peterson RB, Vikings
Peyton Manning QB, Colts, Broncos
Russel Wilson QB, Seahawks
Ray Rice RB, Ravens
E.J Manuel QB, Bills
Jamaal Charles RB, Chiefs
Montee Ball, Broncos
Desean Jackson WR, KR, PR, Eagles
Reggie Wayne WR, colts
Demaryius Thomas WR, Broncos
Demarcus Ware DE, Cowboys
Tavon Austin WR RB KR PR, Rams
Percy Harvin WR KR PR, Seahawks,Vikings
Old Uniforms: Almost no pads, helmets were leather, high pants.
Old football: Looked like a volleyball and it was very slick
Old football shoes: looked like boots
We used Wikipedia for searching players,and google for searching our website.
Ravens AFC North Panthers NFC South Chargers AFC West
Bengals AFC North Buccaneers NFC South Cardinals NFC West
Browns AFC North Bills AFC East 49ers NFC West
Steelers AFC North Dolphins AFC East Seahawks NFC West
Bears NFC North Patriots AFC East
Lions NFC North Jets AFC East
Packers NFC North Cowboys NFC East
Vikings NFC North Giants NFC East
Texans AFC South Eagles NFC East
Colts AFC South Redskins NFC East
Jaguars AFC South Broncos AFC West
Titans AFC South Chiefs AFC West
Falcons NFC South Raiders AFC West
The Change of NFL Over Time
Flyin' Brian Dawkins
Thank you for watching our Change in the NFL over time
Language of The Discipline
Intentional grounding will be called when a passer, facing an imminent loss of yardage due to pressure from the defense, throws a forward pass without a realistic chance of completion.
Ineligible receiver is when a Quarterback throws to a receiver that stepped out of bounds, or when the offensive lineman catches a ball from the quarterback.
Failing to place the ball on the ground as specified.
When a offensive player passes the line of scrimmage before or at the snap.
Line of Scrimmage
Line of scrimmage is an imaginary transverse line (across the width of the football field) beyond which a team cannot cross until the next play has begun.
Language of the Discipline
Substitute entering during play, withdrawn player on field at snap.
When a defender crosses the line of scrimmage at snap, or before the snap.
In order to get a first down, the offense must gain 10 yards within a series of four plays, or downs.
First Down Line
Ball carrier retreats from field of play into his own end zone and is downed. Ball carrier provides impetus.
Touchback is a ruling which is made and signaled by an official when the ball becomes dead on or behind a team's own goal line (i.e., in an end zone) and the opposing team gave the ball the momentum, or impetus, to travel over or across the goal line.
Grabbing a player by his facemask, collar or head butting are all forms of unnecessary roughness.
An infraction by a player or a coach that is deemed unsportsmanlike conduct.
When a player lets go of the ball and it goes on the field with no one holding onto it.
A field goal is a means of scoring in American football and Canadian football.
To score a field goal the team in possession of the ball must place kick, or drop kick, the ball through the goal, i.e., between the uprights and over the crossbar, during a play from scrimmage.
"Illegal motion" is the name given to a five-yard penalty called against the offense when an offensive player is in motion towards the line of scrimmage at the time of the snap.
Roughing the Passer
When the defense hits the Quarterback after he throws to the receiver.
» Following a three-minute intermission after the end of the regulation game, play will be continued in 15-minute periods until a winner is declared. Each team must possess or have the opportunity to possess the ball unless the team that has the ball first scores a touchdown on its initial possession.
When a player enters the neutral zone and makes contact with an opponent before the ball is snapped.
An unhindered catch of a kick by a member of the receiving team who must raise one arm a full length above his head and wave his arm from side to side while the kick is in flight.
A ball legally free kicked or snapped. It continues in play until the down ends.
A kick made when a player drops the ball and kicks it while it is in flight.
Eligible receivers who take or move to a position more than two yards outside the tackle may not block an opponent below the waist if they then move back inside to block
Old NFL teams
Providence Steam Roller
Rock Island Independence
Continued Details on the old NFL teams
2000 - 2014
Past, Present, Future
1900 - 1950
There are not many players that are known that played in the 1900's to 1950's.
Deacon Jones played for the Los Angeles Rams,as a defensive end from 1961-1974.
Dan Marino QB played from 1983-1999 for the Miami Dolphins.
Jerry Rice WR played from 1985-2000 for the San Francisco 49ers.
Deoin Sanders CB played from 1985-2000 for San Fransisco 49ers and the Dallas Cowboys.
Reggie White DT played from 1984-2000 for the Philadelphia Eagles.
Night Train Lane CB played from 1952-1969 for the Los Angeles Rams.
Emmitt Smith RB played from 1990-2002 for the Cowboys.
Kellen Winslow Senior TE played from 1979-1987 for the San Diego Chargers.
Barry Sanders RB played from 1989-1998 for the Detroit Lions.
Walter Payton RB played from 1976-1987 for the Chicago Bears.
Randall Cunningham played from 1985-2000 for the the Philadelphia Eagles.
These are the dates are when they got drafted, to 2014.
Future Football Players
Jadeveon Clowney DE, South Carolina
Greg Robinson OT, Auburn
Khalil Mack OLB, Buffalo
Sammy Watkins WR, Clemson
Johnney Manziel QB, Texas A&M
Mike Evans WR, Texas A&M
Blake Bortles QB, UCF
Teddy Bridgewater QB, Louisville
Jake Matthews OT, Texas A&M
Justin Gilbert QB, Oklahoma State
These are the top ten Draft
Picks for 2014
1 1 1 Houston
1 2 2 St. Louis from Washington
1 3 3 Jacksonville
1 4 4 Cleveland
1 5 5 Oakland
1 6 6 Atlanta
1 7 7 Tampa Bay
1 8 8 Minnesota
1 9 9 Buffalo
1 10 10 Detroit
1 11 11 Tennessee
1 12 12 New York Giants
1 13 13 St. Louis
1 14 14 Chicago
1 15 15 Pittsburgh
1 16 16 Dallas
1 17 17 Baltimore
1 18 18 New York Jets
1 19 19 Miami
1 20 20 Arizona
1 21 21 Green Bay
1 22 22 Philadelphia
1 23 23 Kansas City
1 24 24 Cincinnati
1 25 25 San Diego
1 26 26 Cleveland from Indianapolis
1 27 27 New Orleans
1 28 28 Carolina
1 29 29 New England
1 30 30 San Francisco
1 31 31 Denver
1 32 32 Seattle
Order For Round 1
of the NFL Draft