Monthly Archives: November 2016

Week Twelve in Review

After a relatively steady start to the NFL season at the snapping position, things have started to change and change quickly.  Two experienced snappers played this week due to injuries to existing snappers. Veteran snapper Thomas Gafford was signed by the … Continue reading

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Week Eleven in Review

Week Eleven was both an active and tragic one.  James Winchester of the Chiefs snapped Sunday in a victory against the Bucs after losing his father in a shooting earlier in the week.  Winchester had his father’s funeral on Saturday … Continue reading

Posted in Coaching, NFL, Snapping in the Media, Tackles, Transactions

Week Ten in Review

Week Ten was another active one at the special teams position with many missed extra points and field goals.  In addition, the “jumping over the snapper: issue that came up most recently in Week Seven when Bobby Wagner of Seattle leapt … Continue reading

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Week Nine in Review

Week Nine in the NFL is complete and featured a number of key special teams plays, both positive and negative.  Fortunately, snappers did not play a role in the negative plays, although the Bills blocked a Seahawks punt last night with … Continue reading

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Week Eight in Review

After an eventful Week Seven, things calmed down considerably at the snapping position in Week Eight.  To tie up a loose end from last week, the Giants released Tyler Ott from the practice squad with Zak DeOssie now healthy.  Ott, along with John … Continue reading

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