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Old 01-01-2006   #1
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Default Drop Kick!! WOW!!!

How about that Doug Flutie!

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Why did they go for a drop kick instead of a regular kick? Flutie could have missed it and NE might not have had a chance to tie at the end of the game. It is a nice visual but there is a reason nobody has done it since 1941!
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I am now rooting for the Patriots in the playoffs.

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I am now rooting for the Patriots in the playoffs.

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With them playing the Jaguars? Heck yeah, Go Patriots and Doug Flutie!! heh
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Flutie ceases to amaze me. First the two foul balls caught in consecutive Red Sox games he went to, and now the drop kick.
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Drop kicks are used in every rugby game. They're easy to do with a football if you know how to do it.
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THat was awesome. When I first saw the highlight reel I thought my eyes were seeing wrong. Then they started commenting on it. Way cool.
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Never knew what it was until Sunday. When I was listening on the radio, they were talking about Flutie doing a drop kick, I was thinking to myself, who the hell did he drop kick and why? :brickwall
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Never knew what it was until Sunday. When I was listening on the radio, they were talking about Flutie doing a drop kick, I was thinking to myself, who the hell did he drop kick and why? :brickwall
We used to do dropkicks in Jr. High and High School....back in the day. I thought everyone knew what dropkicks were.
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