Sports Word of the Week! FIELD POSITION

Field Position (American Football) – The location of the offense on the field relative to the end zone.  Good field position is close to the opponent’s end zone; bad field position is close to its own end zone.

Most often used to describe where the offense starts a drive after kickoff or a punt.

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The Green Bay Packers had good field position the entire game, but they only got field goals.

Posted on January 19, 2015 at 7:00 am

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