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*** Official Falcons Vs Vikings In-Game Thread ***

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On to the Braves game....until they lose in the Divisional round!

 

Time for It I Smith!

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1 minute ago, Nobis_Ghost said:

If a quarterback and the entire ball are in front of the line of scrimmage then a forward pass can no longer be thrown but a lateral is still a legal play. However, by the act of crossing the line of scrimmage, the quarterback does not lose the right to throw a forward pass as long as after crossing the line scrimmage, the ball returns behind and is thrown from behind the line scrimmage.

You said it in the first sentence. YOUR picture shows the LOS between his legs. So how can the QB and entire ball be over if he’s straddling it?

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