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Rush

Sudden, increased interest in a commodity. For example, a gold rush occurs when a large number of people flock to a certain area to mine for gold.
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These line stunts added to zone blitzes, linebacker fires, and variances in the number of rushers can serve to create problems for any pass play.
Try to get a free rusher by a technique error in passing off or picking up a stunt or by setting to a dropping defender and allowing a (LB, DB) rusher to come free.
Linemen are assigned to the probable rushers, an the backs to the possible rushers.
Finally, since there are more rushers than blockers, we want to neutralize the rushers nearest to the ball to give our QB as much time as possible to throw.
Of the 12 playoff teams, only the Packers and Miami Dolphins failed to produce 1,000-yard rushers and they accomplished that by committee.
The hard-charging rushers nearly bagged their prey, but the golden arm of Boller saved the day.
Alex Aguilar of Van Nuys led all rushers with 84 yards on 17 carries.
was an All-American running back at Dominguez High last year, was named MVP of the first-ever Daily News All-Star Football Game in 1978; the hard-running 5-foot-11, 185-pounder led all rushers with 120 yards - Hurst's only 11-man experience.
Hargrove led all rushers with 85 yards on 15 carries while Justin Graham had 81 yards on 10 carries.
Green Rusher follows the exploits of all the characters involved from the growers, retailers, to the venture capitalists and companies claiming their stake in today's modern 'green rush'.
OTC: VMGI) has announced its Entertainment Division has begun production for its first episodes of its new reality series, "Green Rusher.
Jason Hogan has 22 catches and eight TDs, and he's also the Falcons' leading rusher with 198 yards (5.