Monday, November 19, 2012

How to greatest in sports that are not ultimate frisbee

In ultimate, the act of jumping from inbounds, catching the disc, and throwing it back into the field of play to a teammate before landing out of bounds is called a "greatest".  This happens occasionally in basketball, but I found out today that it can happen in football under extremely random circumstances:

I can only assume this is what the Cardinals have been practicing when they were supposed to be learning the offense.
That's fucking insane in the best possible way.  Fortunately for those of us that are entertained by insanely bad football, there's always Tony Romo, perfecting his spiral:

Does that count as intentional grounding?  It probably is by the letter of the law, but it's pretty obviously not intentional.

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