Monthly Archives: November 2009

Week Eleven in Review

Week Eleven is complete and a number of snappers recorded tackles in punt coverage.  Zak DeOssie of the Giants led the way with a solo and assisted tackle, while Mike Leach (Cardinals) and Jon Dorenbos (Eagles) each recorded a solo … Continue reading

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Snappers in Other Pro Leagues

For snappers, there is life beyond the NFL, at least this year.  The new United Football League has just concluded its inaugural regular season and gave some snappers increased exposure.  Meanwhile, the Canadian Football League, which has been around for … Continue reading

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Week Ten in Review

Week Ten of the the NFL season is now complete and did not involve any major snapping incidents.  Jon Condo of the Raiders had two assisted tackles and may have recovered a fumbled punt against the Chiefs, but the fumble … Continue reading

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Week Nine in Review

Week Nine was an uneventful one at the snapping position.  Client Bryan Pittman had a smooth debut with the Falcons, while Matt Katula of the Ravens was able to snap against the Bengals despite an elbow injury that limited him … Continue reading

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Punter Fakes on the Rise

ESPN The Magazine ran a small story in the latest issue concerning the use of fakes, noting that punters have run and thrown for more fakes than in the last three seasons combined.  Heading into Week Nine, punters have run … Continue reading

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The "Golden Age" of Punting

Len Pasquarelli of ESPN.com recently wrote about what he called the “golden age” of punting, with both gross and net punting averages at all-time highs.  Pasquarelli noted how last weekend’s Colts-49ers game turned on the punting efforts of Colts’ rookie … Continue reading

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Pittman Signs with Falcons; Schneck to IR

Client Bryan Pittman will snap for the Atlanta Falcons after Mike Schneck was placed on injured reserve with a rib injury, ending his season.  Pittman last snapped in the regular season last year with the Texans  and was slated to … Continue reading

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