A rotation reflection is a play that involves one receiver moving to another position or receiver coming into coverage on the same side of the field.
Rotations reflect the way an offense plays the game and provide a glimpse of the overall game plan.
For example, the Patriots and Packers rotated quarterbacks to the left side of their formation.
The Ravens rotated a safety to the right, which allowed Aaron Rodgers to make the simple throw to Anquan Boldin in the left flat.
The Jets rotated a linebacker to the inside and had the linebackers line up at linebacker and cornerback.
All of these plays are similar in some way.
Rotating quarterbacks in the same formation creates a big advantage for a defense because it creates a different set of defenders to cover the quarterback.
But there are also times when rotations are a disadvantage for the offense.
For instance, the Vikings rotate quarterbacks and tight ends on opposite sides of the formation, but they also rotate receivers to the same spot.
That allows quarterback Sam Bradford to get open on deep passes.
But the problem is that this is a bad way to execute a play.
The receivers need to be in the right spot to get the ball, but the quarterbacks can’t be aligned with the receivers.
The Vikings are trying to use the formation to attack an unbalanced defense.
But because the Vikings have a lot of receivers in the box, the play becomes an easy one for the receivers to get to.
It is a very inefficient way to attack the defense.
In some cases, the receiver will get free because the defense has no other way to contain the receiver.
The Bears rotate a defensive end to the weak side of an alignment, but that will leave the tight end in the backfield.
This means that the tight ends will not have much of an advantage because they have to make sure the running back stays in front of the running lane.
The Eagles rotate defensive ends to the outside, but this leaves linebacker and defensive tackle Brandon Graham wide open.
The problem is Graham can’t help Graham because he is playing a different position.
Graham is not a true linebacker, but he can help out in coverage.
But Graham will be in a position to help out if he has to.
When the Bears and Eagles rotate the quarterback to the opposite side, it forces the defense to make decisions about what to do with the ball.
This is a difficult time to have to switch quarterbacks because the defenses have to decide how to cover a wide receiver, whether to run the ball or pass.
It will be difficult to move quickly because the defenders will be on different assignments and the offense will have to find an alternative method of attack.
The same thing happens with the defense in the middle of the line of scrimmage.
If the defense is in a good position, the running backs can get the run and the pass.
But if the defense gets in a bad position, like the Vikings had against the Vikings, it’s a tough time to run.
It takes time for the defense and the quarterback in a pass game to find their rhythm.
This causes the quarterback and receivers to make mistakes.
This was a problem for the Jets.
The offense had a number of runs and the defense made several key mistakes, including a bad play on a third-and-goal from the 1 yard line.
On third-down from the Jets’ 22-yard line, the offense lined up with a linebacker in a 3-4 base defense.
That meant the Jets would not be able to run a deep route against the tight coverage.
So the defense lined up in a 4-3.
The cornerback would have the cornerback deep and the linebacker would have a free safety.
The tight end would be in space in the flat and the runningback would run a shallow slant.
But instead of using the corner, the defensive tackle took a different route and ended up making the tackle.
The pass was incomplete because the receiver was covered by the defensive end.
The defensive end was not covered by any safety.
But that play was bad because the defensive lineman was not a safety and the tight-end was not playing any coverage.
If this happens in the NFL, it is because defenses are trying too hard to do their job.
They are trying their best to get every play right.
This happens a lot.
It’s not a matter of trying to stop bad plays.
It happens because defenses try to get their defensive players on the field to play their best.
But it is a mistake that happens when teams are not smart enough to execute well in the offensive game plan because they are not playing well enough.
This season, the Bears, Jets, Packers, Eagles, and Bears have rotated quarterbacks.
The other two teams, the Bengals and Saints, have rotated tight ends.
The Patriots and Texans rotated linebackers.