Monthly Archives: October 2015

Cardona’s “Double Life”

Of the three NFL long snappers to debut in an NFL regular season game this year, just one is a rookie.  Joe Cardona of Navy, who was Fifth Round pick in the 2015 NFL Draft, snaps for the Patriots and has been … Continue reading

Posted in NFL, Snapping in the Media

Week Seven in Review

Week Seven of the NFL season is complete and, for yet another week, the snapping position remains stable and without significant performance issues or injuries.  Jon Dorenbos of the Eagles, in typical classy fashion, did send out a message on Twitter taking responsibility … Continue reading

Posted in NFL, Tackles

Week Six in Review

Week Six of the NFL season is complete and, once again, there is stability at the snapping position.  In addition, the kicking game has returned to form, although special teams played a key role in college (Michigan/Michigan State) and with a … Continue reading

Posted in NFL, Tackles

Week Five in Review

Week Five of the NFL season is complete and the snapping position remains stable.  It also appears the kicking woes from last week have also stabilized. Four snappers recorded tackles in punt coverage this week, including Jon Weeks of the Texans, … Continue reading

Posted in NFL, Tackles

Week Four in Review

Week Four is complete and, after one quarter of the NFL season, the snapping position remains consistent and stable.  However, kickers had a very rough week. There have been 17 missed PATs already this season, including four this week.  There were also … Continue reading

Posted in NFL, Transactions

Tulane Snapper Golub Makes History

History was made today as snapper Aaron Golub of Tulane became the first legally blind player to appear in a Division One football game.  Golub, who was featured in this Longsnap.com story last year, handled the final extra point attempt in Tulane’s … Continue reading

Posted in College, Snapping in the Media