Frequently when I’m watching NFL games, after a play I see the QB make a motion with his hands where he puts them together, interweaving his fingers. It’s a little difficult to describe in words but they usually make this gesture a few times.
It does NOT mean huddle up. A sign by the QB has only one meaning, and in this case, interweaving his fingers is typically used to address his WR’s and RB’s during no-huddle offense.
It typically means either huddle up, or a bunch formation if they are already at the line of scrimmage
means to huddle up and also might indicate what kind of offensive package they are about to run
Okay, you answer me this. What was the first city north of the Mason Dixon line to host the super bowl?
It means either “my hands are cold” or “my hands hurt”