As a consequence, he must be bigger and stronger than the weakside linebacker because his initial responsibility is to defeat the tight end or fullback's block in the running game.
What does WILL stand for?
WILL stands for Weakside Linebacker (football)
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We have 18 other meanings of WILL in our Acronym Attic
- Women in Law Empowerment Forum (R.R. Donnelley)
- Wirtschaftslexikon (German: economic encylopedia)
- What I'm Looking For (education)
- What Was I Looking For?
- Wet Inrichting Landelijk Gebied (Dutch: Wet Interior for Land)
- Women's Independent Living Group
- Workers' Injury Law and Advocacy Group
- Workplace Injury Litigation Group (Washington, DC)
- Women in International Law Interest Group
- Wisconsin International Law Journal (University of Wisconsin Law School; Madison, WI)
- Wireless In Local Loop
- Women in Law Leadership (American Bar Association)
- Women in Learning and Leadership
- Women Involved in Learning and Leading (Tuscaloosa, Alabama)
- Women in Literature and Life Assembly
- When I Live Life, I Need God
- Washington Interactive Labor Market Access
- Web Information-List Maintenance Agent (data management)
- Wissensbasiertes LAN-Management
Samples in periodicals archive:
The weakside linebacker lines up to the weak side of the offensive formation, which is usually the opposite side of the tight end.
Weakside linebacker Terrance Pritchett would be the next candidate to come out of a redshirt year if necessary, but Bellotti said that move isn't part of the initial change of plans in the wake of Tuitele's injury.
In Tuitele's place, Kwame Agyeman got most of the snaps at weakside linebacker Saturday.