Jerk route

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A jerk route is a route run by a receiver in American football. In essence, it is a shallow crossing route with a stutter step.[1] The idea is to isolate the receiver on a linebacker. One stops as if he is receiving a pass on a curl or going to retrace his steps, then he has the option to continue across the field, or change direction at an angle.[2]

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