On each bounce, some of it is absorbed by a coating on the inside of
the blackbody, and so it is gradually suppressed.
It is important to stress that each of the playside blockers is solely responsible for his inside gap on the way to the defender inside of him.
For example, if the first defender inside a playside guard is the backside linebacker and a playside linebacker blitzes the inside gap, the guard must block the playside linebacker even though the LB was not aligned inside of him.
This will help the blocker get inside a head-up defender or get his head across a man lined up inside of him on the LOS.
This kind of step will also enable the blocker to pick up a blitzing linebacker or stunting lineman entering the blocker's inside gap, as well as put him on a path to block a linebacker inside of them.
In this scenario, the receiver will crack-block the first defender inside of
his alignment while an offensive man aligned closer to the core of the formation will arc-block, as shown.
The DL blocks the first defensive player on or off the LOS to his inside, while the S blocks the first man off the LOS (usually a linebacker) to the inside of
The attacker must position his head so that his ear will be on the inside of
the opponent's hip while he is controlling the opponent's arm and pulling it over his head as he completes the penetration.
If he is widening, we will cut it up inside of