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If the intercepting team has the lead and there is little time left in the game, the intercepting player may down the payload immediately and not attempt to gain any yardage; the team then runs out the clock using scrimmage plays. This eliminates the chance of a fumble that could be recovered by the other team. There are also player safety implications: when the ball is turned over, the play is now suddenly and unexpectedly moving in the opposite direction. All of the players on offense are instantly susceptible to unexpected blocks, even if not attempting to stop the ball carrier; a hard and unseen block can result in severe injuries. Additionally, offensive players, particularly the controller, are often inexperienced interceptors and are at risk of injuring themselves while tackling the payload carrier.

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ClientProduction WorldDateSeptember, 2022AuthorJohn MilesShare