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16 minutes ago, mirobi48 said:

I know we have a good punter

The question is CB always talks about upgrading a position if possible so. Can you imagine him punting in the RCA dome


Since the RCA dome hasn’t been a thing in almost 15 years no I can’t.

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On 5/1/2022 at 10:36 AM, Dr. T said:

He went to Buffalo I think. Good luck outside in the cold and snow fella! I bet that it's like punting a cinderblock in those conditions!

I imagine kickers have a way of being able to keep their feet warm

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13 hours ago, Stoney said:

I imagine kickers have a way of being able to keep their feet warm

It's the ball that would feel like a cinderblock. Are they allowed to warm the balls?

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16 hours ago, Dr. T said:

It's the ball that would feel like a cinderblock. Are they allowed to warm the balls?

No, but he'll be alright lol many of great kickers have played for cold weather teams

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