- v. present participle of blitz.
“He is athletic enough to line up as a linebacker in blitzing situations and has the short area speed to handle a halfback in pass coverage.”
“Best when blitzing from the outside, as few lineman can recover quick enough to defeat his edge speed ...”
“First came Mike Vrabel, blitzing from the right side and hitting Warner as he tried to pass to Bruce midway through the second period, forcing an underthrown duck that Law easily intercepted and returned 47 yards down the sideline for the touchdown.”
“Then Phifer, blitzing from the outside, struck Warner's arm in mid-delivery, forcing the ball to flutter to the turf.”
“Lardo plus liquid nitrogen plus the ever campy culinary term blitzing produces one of our favorite powders to date: powdered lardo.”
“Baas said he still expects lots of blitzing, which is why the Giants studied a slew of different blitzes both on the field and in the film room this week.”
“Despite Newton's ability to avoid the blitz and gash the defense for big gains, the Vikings went in with the idea of blitzing early.”
“Nobel chemistry prize winner Paul Crutzen came up with the idea of blitzing the upper atmosphere with sulfur particles to deflect sunlight.”
“When they are feeding on top "blitzing" you can cast a painted 1/4oz jighead with a wire leader and no plastic body and work it erratically.”
“Wal-Mart Stores Inc.-owned Asda, the U.K's second-largest supermarket chain, last week pledged to keep prices 10% lower than its competitors while grocery leader Tesco PLC is "blitzing" hundreds of products at "better-than-half-price" levels.”
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