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Article:American football positions
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The organization of the offense is strictly mandated by the rules; there must be at least seven players on the [[line of scrimmage]] and no more than four players (known collectively as "backs") behind it on every play. The only players eligible to handle the ball during a normal play are the backs and the two players on the end of the line (the "ends"). The remaining players (known as "interior linemen") are considered "ineligible", and may only block. Within these strictures, however, creative coaches have developed a wide array of offensive [[Formation (American football)|formations]] to take advantage of different player skills and game situations.
 
The organization of the offense is strictly mandated by the rules; there must be at least seven players on the [[line of scrimmage]] and no more than four players (known collectively as "backs") behind it on every play. The only players eligible to handle the ball during a normal play are the backs and the two players on the end of the line (the "ends"). The remaining players (known as "interior linemen") are considered "ineligible", and may only block. Within these strictures, however, creative coaches have developed a wide array of offensive [[Formation (American football)|formations]] to take advantage of different player skills and game situations.
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The following positions are standard in nearly every game, though different teams will use different arrangements of them.
 
The following positions are standard in nearly every game, though different teams will use different arrangements of them.
   
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