The QB changing or calling the play at the LOS.
When some ditz who's been doing everything short of pulling down your pants and jumping on your cock casually mentions her "boyfriend" right after you make your move. Hence, she actually sees your blitz coming; she decides to change her play at the line of scrimmage. Either way, she doesn't let you go for the sack that easy.
A voiced command to change the play at the line of scrimmage. Pelin vaihtosignaali (Pinomaa) Pelinvaihtokoodi (Arolainen)
A last-second change from the play already decided upon in the huddle. The quarterback shouts in code to change the play once he and his teammates are at the line of scrimmage. Usually occurs when the quarterback sees something in the opposing defense which means the original play called would not be successful.
At the line of scrimmage, prior to the initiation of the offensive play, the Quarterback will shout coed words to the other offensive players to signal a play change. An audible is used to adjust to the other teams defensive formation or to select a play that will work better against a particular defensive formation.
Often used by Illemonati (or well-to-do) members on the Lemon Demon forums. Since the forum word filters change LOL into AUDIBLE LAUGHTER, many have taken to using audible and its verbified forms to describe laughing.
An audible is a play called by the quarterback at the line of scrimmage which changes the play that was previously called in the huddle; a change of plans in game play, just before the ball goes into play. Also called an automatic.
(from Latin audÄ«re = to hear, to listen to) a play called by the quarterback at the line of scrimmage to change the play that was called in the huddle.
verbal commands shouted by the quarterback to his teammates at the line of scrimmage to change a play on short notice.
the signal called by the quarterback at the scrimmage line which tells the rest of the team what play to use when they are on the offense
A situation whereby the quarterback changes the initially called play at the line of scrimmage by relaying the new play in coded signals. This happens when the quarterback does not like the defense he sees. Quarterbacks can either call an audible or take a timeout when this happens.
a vocal signal (or silent gesture) at the line of scrimmage to change the play previously called in the huddle.
Verbal commands shouted by the quarterback as he reads the defense at the line of scrimmage in order to change the play called in the huddle.
A call at the line of scrimmage by the quarterback just prior to snapping the ball where he changes the play because the previous one would have likely been easily stopped by the defense.