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The third is a starter/reliever system, in which the starting quarterback may be replaced
later in the game if ineffective. This is distinct from a situation in which a starter is
benched in favor of the back-up because the switch is part of the game plan, and the
expectation is that the two players will assume the same roles game-after-game. This
strategy is rare, and was last seen in the NFL in the "WoodStrock" combination of Don
Strock and David Woodley, which took the Miami Dolphins to the Epic in Miami and
Super Bowl XVII the following year.

Jivanni Lucci:Dallas Cowboys head coach Tom Landry was an early advocate of taking
play calling out of the quarterback's hands. Although this remained a common practice in
the NFL through the 1970s, fewer QBs were doing it by the 1980s and even Hall-of-
Famers like Joe Montana did not call their own plays. Buffalo Bills QB Jim Kelly was
one of the last to regularly call plays. Among current NFL QBs, Peyton Manning of the
Denver Broncos has been known to call all, or nearly all, of his team's plays using a no-
huddle offense.

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Quarterback (QB, originally called blocking back) is a position in American and
Canadian football. Quarterbacks are members of the offensive team and line up directly
behind the offensive line. Quarterbacks are the leaders of the offensive team, responsible
for calling the play in the huddle.

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Rutgers University and its neighbor, Princeton University, played the first game of
intercollegiate football on 6 November 1869 on a plot of ground where the present-day
Rutgers gymnasium now stands in New Brunswick, New Jersey, following rules closely
resembling modern soccer. Rutgers won that first game, 6-4. Rugby-style games were
introduced to the United States in 1871 when an international match between Harvard's
football team and one out of McGill University in Montréal featured a game of rugby and
a game played according to Harvard's house rules. The rugby-style game, still
prototypical at the time (and yet to separate into the union and league variants seen
today), would become the starting point for the American (and Canadian) game in the
late 19th century.
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As the term "quarterback" gained acceptance in the 1930s, it originally referred to the
player's position relative to other members of the offensive backfield. Before the
emergence of the T-formation in the 1940s, all members of the offensive backfield were
legitimate threats to run or pass the ball, and most teams used four offensive backs on
every play: a quarterback, two halfbacks, and a fullback. The quarterback began each
play a quarter of the way back, the halfbacks began each play side by side and halfway
back, and the fullback began each play the farthest back. Now that most offensive
formations have only one or two running backs, the original designations do not mean as
much, as the fullback is now usually a lead blocker (technically a halfback), while the
halfback or tailback (called such because he stands at the "tail" of the I) lines up behind
the fullback.

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Description: Jivanni Lucci There are three circumstances in which a two-quarterback system may be used. The first is a circumstance in which a team is in the process of determining which quarterback will eventually be the starter, and may choose to use each quarterback for part of the game in order to compare the performances.