Is there any other sport, besides soccer, where you can't use your hands? That's the part that I don't get - how do you create a sport for humans that does not allow them to use their most achieved body part? I mean, it's a fine sport for elephants or donkeys that don't have hands...
"Touchdown" is another odd one as the ball doesn't actually need to be touched down.
https://answers.yahoo.com/question/i...0102340AAFgdmDWhen the touchdown was introduced into American football in 1876, it did not award a score; instead, it only allowed the offense the chance to kick for goal by placekick from a spot along a line perpendicular to the goal line and passing through the point where the ball was touched down, or through a process known as a "punt-out", where the attacking team would kick the ball from the point where it was touched down to a teammate. If the teammate could fair catch the ball, he could follow with a try for goal from the spot of the catch, or resume play as normal (in an attempt to touchdown the ball in a spot more advantageous for kicking).
1-OT Ryan Ramczyk
2-TE Adam Shaheen
3-DE Demarcus Walker
4-RB Samaje Perine
5-QB Joshua Dobbs
6-CB Marquez White
7-LB Ben Boulware
That's unbelievable! So if Victor Cruz went back in time, he would have wait until the field goal was kicked, to see points on the board - and then do his salsa dance?
For some reason, I rarely hear anyone talk about the early days of Football, like we do baseball. Although there must have been threads on here about it?