Discussion in 'NFL Football Forum' started by AFPatsFan12, Jan 5, 2008.
why can't we get safeties like that.. :singing:
i said that Washington would win and Burleson would have a big fumble.
Did he fumble? i missed the kickoff.
2 guys whiffed on the receiving it. never touched it bounced behind them
why didnt portis take that outside the tackle?
Landry is good.
Hasselback is completely out of control, like usual.
I wonder how the Hawks will screw up this possesion
I asked this on our board and nobody answered me..
Why couldn't the Redskins advance that kickoff they recovered? It was just like a long onside kick, I have seen onside kicks recovered before and ran back for touchdowns, why was this any different? Anybody know?
EDIT Nevermind I had a brain fart, I have seen the return team recover an onside kick before and go for the TD..
Holmgren better get his back up ready. Hasselback doesn't have it, IMO.
No, the wind just knocked the ball straight down. Wasn't Burleson's fault, but he was the return guy.
wasnt a fumble, no seahawk touched it
Landry is exceptional. Both INT's were great plays, not the overthrow or bad pass variety. The second one, he was able to cover a ton of ground to make it...he's gonna be great.
I didn't get that play at all...OOPS, Well that lead didn't last long.
I love the Seattle fans. Nice TD. :rocker:
fuggg!! hawks get 8
Thanks, I just realized I seen a return team recover an onside kick before and run it in for a touchdown it wasn't the receiving team...my bad..
The kicking team can not advance an Onside Kick. You have never seen an Onside Kick returned for a TD by the kicking team, unless it was fumbled first.
Seattle beats down skins' morale, gotta respond real soon for the Skins.
Because the ref said so - I'm not sure what the difference is either. I know there a rule where you can't run back a muff, but I'm not sure what constitutes a muff. Well, unless your not talking about football -
Thanks T. I really didn't understand what happened there.
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