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    Kicking

    Does anyone else think its a little weird using 2 different kickers during the game? Kicking is so mental it can't be helping these two messing with there heads not knowing who is going to be out there. I understand they should have made them both but it has to affect them some. Choose a kicker and stick with him.



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    Re: Kicking

    No because they know when they will be called on to kick. The numbers are arbituary so if its a short kick its Guyer if its over X amount of yards Mahoney kicks it. This take away the unknown and works to both of their strengths.



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    No because they know when they will be called on to kick. The numbers are arbituary so if its a short kick its Guyer if its over X amount of yards Mahoney kicks it. This take away the unknown and works to both of their strengths.

    Do they though? Mahoney kicked a 41 yarder and Guyer kicked a 38 yarder. If you watch them on every kick they both go over to the coach and he picks which one so I don't agree with that statement.



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    Re: Kicking

    I'd guess Rhoads is looking for one of them to prove the deserve it. I hope one of them figures it quickly because it could cost us in future games as it almost did Saturday.



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    Re: Kicking

    That was the word, there was a yardage number they would stick to it is apparently 39 or 40 which would make sense to me.



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    Re: Kicking

    Kickings just so mental and all about confidence and there never going to get it if one of them is not out there constantly. Hope it does work though.



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