Illegal Cut

Definition

It is an illegal cut block if:

  1. an eligible receiver who takes a position more than two yards outside of his own tackle (a flexed receiver) is blocked below the waist; or
  2. an eligible receiver who is lined up on or behind the line of scrimmage and is within two yards of his tackle is blocked below the waist after he crosses the line of scrimmage
  3. Outcome

    15 yards. If committed on defense: automatic first down.

    2016 Stats

Overall Totals By Team

There was an average of 0 Illegal Cut penalties per team league wide.

 AgainstBeneficiary
NameGamesCountYards LostDismissedHomeAwayCountYards GainedDismissedHomeAway
Arizona110000000000
Atlanta110000000000
Baltimore110000000000
Buffalo110000000000
Carolina110000000000
Chicago110000000000
Cincinnati110000000000
Cleveland120000000000
Dallas120000000000
Denver110000000000
Detroit110000000000
Green Bay110000000000
Houston110000000000
Indianapolis110000000000
Jacksonville110000000000
Kansas City110000000000
Los Angeles110000000000
Miami110000000000
Minnesota120000000000
New England110000000000
New Orleans110000000000
N.Y. Giants110000000000
N.Y. Jets110000000000
Oakland110000000000
Philadelphia110000000000
Pittsburgh110000000000
San Diego110000000000
San Francisco110000000000
Seattle110000000000
Tampa Bay110000000000
Tennessee120000000000
Washington110000000000
Totals1780000000000
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