01-02-2013, 05:37 PM
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re: Can teams actually do this on kickoffs in the playoffs?
This made me think back to Super Bowl 36, and I had to do a little research for facts but can't find a video:
After the TD pass to Patten near the end of the half gave the Pats a 14-3 lead, Vinatieri's kick-off was taken by Marshall Faulk, who stepped out of bound at the 6 with 30 seconds left.
I wonder if this rule was in place then; if so, and if Faulk thought of it, I wonder if he had a chance to make this type of play, give his team the ball at the 40, and maybe have a chance for an FG before the half. Does anyone remember that kick?
What would you say your favorite thing about being a Patriot has been so far?
Julian Edelman, WR #11jedelman11
it's always fun to win ballgames and this franchise has been consistent for a decade...and its a fun cast of characters in the locker room
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