The MMQB Special Series on Kickers

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Any snapper can relate to the desire to be perfect.  The MMQB recently published a three-part series by Dylan Howlett on the quest for NFL kickers to be perfect at something that cannot be perfected.

Howlett profiles a number of kickers, including former Chargers kicker Nate Kaeding, that also includes comments from his former snapper, David Binn.  The author suggests that the kicking position demands “flawlessness” more than any other position in professional sports, and, like the long snapping role, there are “only 32 openings in the world for the privilege, or pressure.”

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