By SIMMI BUTTAR AND BARRY WILNER AP Pro Football Writers
NEW YORK (AP) — Like most sports, football has its own lexicon. Here's a look at 32 words and phrases — one for each franchise — that have long been identified with the NFL (in alphabetical order):
There also is the celebratory spike in the end zone, something perfected by the recently retired Rob Gronkowski.
A current version is the jet sweep, which usually involves a wide receiver coming in motion toward the quarterback and taking a forward handoff or pitch, using his speed to outpace defenders to the outside.