- Jul 4, 2012
- AFL Club
- Other Teams
Haha well up the field the players are typically on the move, running so the opportunity is reduced dramatically. And then on many other situations the depth of the kick is equally or of greater importance than the angle so I think we will only see it close to goal where depth of kick isn't an issue. All hail the snap. Boo the set shot drop puntSo when will we see these around the corner kicks for nearly every short field pass then based on that logic?
I get what you are saying. I understand the laws of the pendulum, motion, force and direction. Play enough pool and you get it, one way or another. Still back in a well practiced and rehearsed drop punt anything better than 45 degrees. It a stunning coincidence that Jack's kicking improves every week after he spends more time practicing kicking than the physios will allow.