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Re: NFL Match Finishes with Rugby Flourish
Posted by: jimcondie
Date: 04/10/2017 10:14
They call such passing a ‘lateral’. Such passing is used in college football a reasonable amount but not generally in the NFL due to risk/reward. Players have a very specific skill set, and most aren’t used to handling, which combined with the fact that a lot of the big lads have their hands/fingers taped to avoid breaking them leads to a risk of fumbles in a game where ‘keep ball’ is the all important thing, which coaches don’t see as acceptable.

Also the ayers are geared to short bursts of power rather than continuous cardio

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