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No matter how much football you watch, you'd be forgiven if the intricacies of the NFL rulebook still surprise -- or infuriate -- you. As a former referee and Vice President of NFL Officiating, Fox Sports Rules Analyst Mike Pereira not only helped write the rules, but he fields questions every day from his 100,000+ (often-confused) Twitter followers.
Here, he breaks down the 10 most misunderstood NFL rules.

1. Hands To The Face
2. Kicker Offsides
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4. Leading With Crown Of The Helmet
5. Helmet-to-Helmet Contact
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