Football Scramble

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In this week's on-air puzzle, every answer is a word or phrase used in football, delivered in the form of an anagram. For example, if the word given for the clue is "saps" the answer would be "pass."

Challenge from Last Week:: It's a classic bit of word play. Name a certain shop some people visit every day. Reverse the order of the last four letters, leaving the other letters untouched, and you'll get a new word that means fragility.

Answer: delicatessen / delicateness

Winner: Rachel Brabeck of Spokane, Washington

This Week's Challenge: Name something a football player wears, in eight letters. Rearrange the eight letters into two four-letter words associated with a fraud. What words are these?

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