Slot is a term used in football to describe a wide receiver who lines up pre-snap between the last man on the line of scrimmage (usually the tight end or offensive tackle) and the outside receiver. It is one of the most versatile positions in the game, as it allows an offense to attack all three levels of the defense – the line of scrimmage, linebackers and secondary – with a single wideout.
A slot receiver doesn’t have to deal crushing blows like offensive linemen do, and they don’t have to block like a running back does, but they do have to know how to position themselves well enough to prevent opponents from hitting them in the open field. They also have to be fast, and they’re often asked to run the ball on running plays like pitch plays, reverses, and end-arounds.
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