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blitz someone out

Sl. to shock or disorient someone. The accident blitzed her out for a moment. The second act blitzed out the audience and thrilled them to pieces.
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blitz

(blɪts)
1. n. a devastating attack. After that blitz from the boss, you must feel sort of shaken.
2. tv. to attack and defeat someone or demolish something. The team from downstate blitzed our local team for the third year in a row.

blitz someone out

tv. to shock or disorient someone. The accident blitzed her out for a moment.
See also: blitz, out
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9 and 10 show Mike blitzing through the strong-side B gap and the Strong Tandem blitzing through the weak-side A gap.
11 and 12 show the Strong Safety rushing from the edge and both the Strong Tandem and Mike blitzing.
The backside tackle's block might be viewed as less than critical, but ask any running back who has been chased down by a pinching defensive tackle or a blitzing LB and he will tell you differently.
He is also responsible for reaching a DT on the backside guard's outside shoulder or picking up a LB blitzing into the backside B gap.
2, have the LB and CB switch assignments, with the CB blitzing the QB and the LB taking the pitchman.
We blitzed about 50% of the time last year, and the combination of multiple fronts and blitzing gave the offensive coordinators a lot of food for thought in game-planning against us.
The offense vs blitzing teams often becomes a numbers game, and you can control the numbers with formations.
Use a wide array of blitzing and stunting schemes to confuse the blocking schemes and pressure the ball.