The Slot Receiver in the NFL


The slot receiver has become a popular position in the NFL, as teams are running alignments that have at least three wide receivers more often. This is due to the fact that slot receivers have a lot of speed and elusion skills that can be used to make short routes in difficult areas.

The Name of the Position

The Slot Receiver gets its name from where they line up on the field – pre-snap between the last man on the line of scrimmage (the tight end or offensive tackle) and the outside receiver. This makes them very difficult to block and evade.

They also tend to be larger and stronger than other receivers, so they can withstand the impact of blocking a defender or slamming into one. They also have a high level of speed and agility that allow them to run complex routes without losing their balance or fumbling the ball.

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