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The onside kick

Discussion in 'Carolina Panthers' started by Black&Black, Dec 2, 2019.

  1. Black&Black

    Black&Black Bad White Boy

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    It's weird how Washington just let it go over to the Panthers. Makes me believe that the entire game was scripted. The playcalling. The goal line sequence. Rivera and Callahan's stoic reactions to the recovery.


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  2. barry49s

    barry49s Ain’t good for nothing

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    The frontline of the kickoff receiving team is trained to let the ball travel to the second tier.
     
  3. Black&Black

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    I know. The showrunners want to give the kicking team a chance to recover when that's in the script. Otherwise you'd just put your hands team up front and jump on the football.
     
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    Everyone complained about the onside kicks being too hard to recover. Now, magically, you're seeing a bunch of recoveries. Same with PI being overturned by replay. It's all a coincidence, I suppose.
     
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