YES. The Official NFL Rulebook (Rule 7, Section 2, Article 1) states: "The offensive team must have seven or more players on its line at the snap". Clearly saying that more than seven is allowed.
> Five linemen are the max and two tight ends, overall seven.
Yes. Just remember that only the two players on each end of the line are potential eligible receivers, if they are wearing eligible numbers. Your formation would have the QB and one other player in the backfield.
That's correct. 7 players will always be on the line of scrimmage. You have usually 5 lineman (Center - 2 Guards - 2 Tackles) and either two Wide Receivers or 1 Tight End & 1 Wide Receiver. That would mean that most likely there are two Running Backs in the backfield (Full Back and Running Back) which would mean 12 personnel. 1-TE, 2-RB's.
Now, to complicate things a bit. You can have players lined up close to the line of scrimmage but keep in mind that they're usually standing 1 yard behind the line. They do this because they want to be eligible receivers and not cover up the other receiver.
Not unless you want to be penalized for it. :-)
Rules state you must have at least 7 players on the line of scrimmage for any scrimmage play. You could have more than 7, but that would reduce the number of eligible receivers.
Yes, seven is a maximum in NFL, but only a minimum in high school rules.
At least seven though the more there are the fewer eligible receivers are allowed
Yes, the offensive team must have at least seven players on the line of scrimmage in NFL football.
It's the rules
there must be 7 men on the line of scrimmage, no more no less
Seven on offense. No requirements for the defense
Yes there are more women than men in the USA. The difference is about 7 million
no more than 7 lines on a slide and no more than 7 words in a line.
There are 5 syllables in the first line, then there is 7 syllables in the second line and then there is 5 more syllables in the last line
The fraction number line (its more sophisticated name is "Rational Number Line") looks like an ordinary straight line, but each submicroscopic point on the line represents a number which can be represented as a fraction of two integers. The number "zero" stands at the center of the line, and there are an infinite number of points in the line. No matter how close together two fractions are, there are an infinite number of fractions between them. A number line is a strictly theoretical concept. It really isn't possible to draw more than an extremely limited example of a number line, since there is no limit to the number of points on a number line. Here's a very primitive fraction number line, showing only halves: -7/2 ... -3 ... -5/2 ... -2 ... -3/2 ... -1 ... -1/2 ... 0 ... 1/2 ... 1 ... 3/2 ... 2 ... 5/2 ... 3 ... 7/2 And an only slightly more intricate line showing only sevenths: -6/7 ... -5/7 ... -4/7 ... -3/7 ... -2/7 ... -1/7 ... 0 ... 1/7 ... 2/7 ... 3/7 ... 4/7 ... 5/7 ... 6/7
On the offensive side, nobody has to be in a down position on the line of scrimmage, but there must be six men on the line. The defense does not have any regulations as to where they must line up on the line of scrimmage.
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No as long as there are 7 men on the line. so the uncovered tackle could catch a pass
There have to be at least 7 men on the line of scrimmage for the offense. There are no requirements for the defense.