intransitive verb-·dogged·, -·dog·ging
Football blitz (noun, transitive verb, intransitive verb)
Origin of red-dogfrom red (the traditional color of shirt worn by the defense in scrimmages) + dog (transitive verb)
verbred-dogged, red-dog·ging, red-dogs
To rush (the quarterback) in a blitz.
To carry out a blitz.
(third-person singular simple present red dogs, present participle red dogging, simple past and past participle red dogged)
- (US, American football) To blitz.