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Quarter Defense: Defensive formation with seven defensive backs, three down linemen and one linebacker.
Quarterback Sneak: A play most commonly used in very short yardage or goal line situations. The Quarterback quickly snaps the ball and runs right behind or beside the center.
Quarterly: Occurring every three months.
Quarterly Dividend Rate: Amount of last quarterly dividend declared in each calendar year.
Quarterback Scramble: On a called passing play, when the quarterback runs from the pocket in an attempt to avoid being sacked, giving the receivers more time to get open or attempting to gain positive yards by ru . . . View Full Definition
Quarterback Controversy: A public outcry from fans or the media when a starting quarterback(sometimes injured and old) is performing under par and the back-up quarterback is performing better or beyond expectation. . . . View Full Definition
Quarter Hour Audience: Individuals viewing a station at least five minutes in a specific 15-minute period.
Quarter Round: A small trim molding that has the cross section of a quarter circle.
Quarter Stock: Stock with a par value of $25 per share.
Quarterback (QB): The leader of a teamís offense, he takes the snap from the center and either hands the ball to a running back to run with, passes it to a receiver or runs with it himself; he also communicat . . . View Full Definition
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