What is four offensive positions?
In Canadian football, the offensive and defensive positions are the same as in the game of football as played in the US.
The offensive positions are: centre (1), guard (2), tackle (2), end (2), quarterback (1) and other backs (4). Canadian football is played with twelve men, rather than eleven; the twelfth man is a back.
There are different positions named in different formations. Most positions are given for defensive formations. The following positions are from man on zone offense and defense. The offensive positions include Handler Mid Long Wing Popper The defensive positions include Mark Cup Wing Short deep Deep deep Wing deep
There are 4 traditional positions in lacrosse, but as it got more evolved into changed into 5 with some people only specializing in one thing. These are the traditional positions- Attack Midfield Defense Goalie Extra positions that were added- Long Stick Midfielder Faceoff specialist Defensive/Offensive midfielder Many more
Offensive positions: quarterback, runningback, receiver, tight end, center, guard, tackle. Un official positions also include halfback, fullback, and h-back. Defensive positions: linebacker, safety, defensive back, d tackle, d end, nosegaurd. Additional positions: Nickle and dime d backs, inside and outside linebackers, strong and free safeties