My FIRST Practice As A Pro Football Player! (Project NFL Ep. 5)

Deestroying
9 Mar 202419:18

Summary

TLDRIn this transcript, Donald Deah, known as 'Destroying,' shares his journey at the San Antonio Brahmas training camp. Despite his internet fame, he's serious about making it in professional football. He faces challenges, such as adapting to new conditions and competing against experienced kickers like Matt Ammendola. Deah's determination is evident as he sets personal goals and works on improving his field goal accuracy and kickoff skills. He also discusses the less glamorous aspects of training camp, like staying in a humble hotel and dealing with imperfect living conditions, which he embraces as part of the experience.

Takeaways

  • 🏈 Donald Deah, known as 'Destroying,' is attending the San Antonio Brahmas training camp as a kicker.
  • 🎥 Deah has a significant online following and is serious about proving his skills in legitimate football.
  • 🏆 Deah aims to be the first one out on the field every day to set a tone and show his dedication.
  • 🤝 The special ops crew includes kickers, punters, and long snappers, with notable members like Rex Sahara and Brad Wing.
  • 🌬️ Deah faced challenging conditions during practice, including 20 mph crosswinds and 40° weather.
  • 🎯 Despite the conditions, Deah performed well, but acknowledges the need to improve his field goal accuracy.
  • 🏨 Deah is staying at a basic hotel, embracing a humble lifestyle to focus on his football goals.
  • 🛠️ Deah has made adjustments to his living conditions to improve his comfort and concentration.
  • 🏆 The training camp involves various drills, including kickoffs, which Deah excels at and considers his strength.
  • 📈 Deah's performance is being closely monitored, with coaches providing feedback on his hang time and ball placement.
  • 🤼 The team is preparing for a scrimmage against Houston, which will be an opportunity for Deah to showcase his skills.

Q & A

  • Who is Donald Deah and what is his role in the San Antonio Brahmas training camp?

    -Donald Deah, also known as Destroying, is a familiar face known for his internet presence in football. He is participating in the San Antonio Brahmas training camp as a kicker, aiming to prove his skills in legitimate football.

  • What is Donald Deah's attitude towards his participation in the training camp?

    -Donald Deah is very serious about his participation in the training camp. He emphasizes his commitment by being the first one out every day and setting a tone for the rest of the team.

  • What are some of the challenges Donald Deah faced during the training camp?

    -Deah faced challenges such as cold weather, high winds, and adapting to new conditions after being away from football for many years. He also had to adjust to kicking with a snap and hold in a line, which he hadn't done in about seven years.

  • Who are some of the other players Donald Deah interacts with during the training camp?

    -Deah interacts with several players including Rex Sahara, the long snapper, Brad Wing, an Australian punter and former New York Giants player, and Matt Ammendola, a kicker who has played for multiple NFL teams.

  • How does Donald Deah prepare for his field goal attempts?

    -Deah prepares by being the first one out on the field, warming up, and staying focused. He also emphasizes the importance of adjusting to different conditions, such as crosswinds and cold temperatures.

  • What was the outcome of Donald Deah's field goal attempts during one of the practices?

    -In one of the practices, Deah went four for six on field goals, which he acknowledged was not the best performance. However, he remained positive and focused on improving.

  • What is the significance of the hotel stay for Donald Deah during the training camp?

    -The hotel stay is significant for Deah as it brings him back to basics and is a humbling experience. Despite some minor issues with the room, he appreciates the opportunity to focus and prepare for the training camp.

  • What is Donald Deah's strategy for kickoffs during the training camp?

    -Deah's strategy for kickoffs involves aiming for a hang time of 40 yards or more, and ensuring the ball goes at least 20 yards into the end zone. He also focuses on ball placement to avoid giving the returners an easy opportunity.

  • How does the special teams coach, Coach HKS, evaluate Donald Deah's performance?

    -Coach HKS evaluates Deah's performance based on his hang time, ball placement, and the impact on the returners. He provides feedback on areas for improvement, such as avoiding kicks out of bounds and aiming for a specific target on the field.

  • What is the next step for Donald Deah and the team?

    -The next step for Deah and the team is a scrimmage against Houston, which will provide another opportunity for Deah to prove his worth and skills as a kicker.

Outlines

00:00

🏈 Training Camp Kickoff with Donald Deah

The script opens with Donald Deah, known as 'Destroying,' preparing for the San Antonio Brahmas training camp. He discusses his journey and the support he's gained online. Despite the cold Texas weather, Deah is determined to show his commitment to football, aiming to be the first one out each day. He talks about the budget cuts in the league and the importance of making the most of his opportunity. Deah introduces his fellow special ops crew, including long snapper Rex Sahara, punter Brad Wing, and kicker Matt Amandala. The paragraph highlights the challenges of adapting to different conditions, such as crosswinds and cold temperatures, and the importance of staying focused and improving.

05:00

🏈 Field Goal Practice and Challenges

This paragraph describes the structured nature of professional football practices, with a focus on the kickers' field goal attempts. Deah and Matt, another kicker, both struggle with their field goals, making only four out of six attempts. Deah reflects on the need to improve and not let one bad day affect his confidence. He also discusses the importance of kickoffs in the game and his goal to improve his hang time and ball placement. The summary emphasizes the importance of adapting to adverse conditions and the continuous effort to enhance performance.

10:00

🏨 Life at Training Camp and Overcoming Obstacles

Deah shares his experiences living in a basic hotel during the training camp, highlighting the humbling and grounding aspects of his environment. He talks about dealing with minor irritations, such as a malfunctioning dresser and a slow TV channel changer, and how he finds ways to adapt, such as using duct tape and a hairpick. Deah also discusses his focus on improving his kickoff skills and the importance of having a strong driver in the league. The summary showcases Deah's determination to make the most of his training camp experience and his commitment to overcoming any obstacles in his path.

15:18

🏈 Kickoff Drills and Upcoming Scrimmage

The final paragraph focuses on the kickoff drills during practice, with Deah emphasizing the need for accuracy and hang time. He discusses his performance, noting that despite the wind, he felt he crushed the distance and hang time. Deah also talks about the importance of placing the ball in a position that is difficult for returners to field. He shares his goals for improving his kickoff game and the team's plan to scrimmage against Houston the following week. The summary highlights Deah's dedication to mastering his craft and his anticipation for the upcoming scrimmage as an opportunity to prove himself.

Mindmap

Keywords

💡San Antonio Brahmas

The San Antonio Brahmas are a professional football team based in San Antonio, Texas. In the context of the video, they are the team for which Donald Deah, also known as Destroying, is attending training camp. This is a key element of the video's narrative as it sets the stage for the challenges and experiences Deah faces in his pursuit of a professional football career.

💡Training Camp

Training camp is a period where a sports team's players participate in intensive practice sessions to prepare for the upcoming season. In the video, Deah is attending the San Antonio Brahmas' training camp, which is a critical step for him to showcase his skills and potentially secure a spot on the team. The training camp serves as the backdrop for the video, highlighting the rigorous and competitive environment Deah must navigate.

💡Kicking

Kicking is a fundamental skill in football, where the player uses their foot to propel the ball. Deah is known for his kicking abilities, which he has demonstrated on the internet, attracting a large following. In the video, his kicking skills are put to the test during the training camp, as he competes against other kickers like Matt Ammendola for a position on the team. The focus on kicking underscores the specialized nature of Deah's role as a potential kicker in professional football.

💡Special Teams

Special teams in American football refer to the group of players who specialize in the kicking aspects of the game, such as field goals, extra points, and kickoffs. In the video, Deah is part of the special teams unit, and his performance in these areas is crucial for his evaluation during training camp. The term is used to highlight the specific responsibilities and expectations placed on Deah and his teammates in this unit.

💡Field Goals

A field goal is a scoring play in American football where the ball is kicked through the uprights of the goalposts. In the video, Deah's performance in field goal attempts is a significant part of his evaluation process. The success or failure of these attempts directly impacts his chances of making the team and is a key focus of the training camp sessions.

💡Kickers

Kickers are players in American football who specialize in kicking the ball, particularly during field goal attempts and kickoffs. Deah is identified as a kicker in the video, and his role is to compete with other kickers for a spot on the San Antonio Brahmas. The term is used to emphasize the specialized skill set required for this position and the competitive nature of the training camp.

💡Long Snapper

A long snapper is a player in American football who specializes in snapping the ball long distances, typically for field goal or extra point attempts. In the video, Rex Sahara is introduced as the long snapper for the San Antonio Brahmas' special teams. The long snapper's role is crucial as they provide the initial pass to the kicker, and their accuracy and consistency can significantly impact the success of special teams plays.

💡Punter

A punter is a player in American football who specializes in punting the ball, which is a strategic kick used to give the opposing team poor field position. In the video, Brad Wing is mentioned as a punter who has played for the New York Giants and is known for his Australian heritage and left-footed punting style. The punter's role is essential in special teams, as their kicks can change the momentum of the game and affect field position.

💡Competition

Competition in the context of the video refers to the rivalry and challenge Deah faces against other kickers, such as Matt Ammendola, to secure a position on the San Antonio Brahmas. The term is used to convey the high stakes and intense environment of the training camp, where each player must prove their worth to the coaching staff and demonstrate their skills under pressure.

💡Adaptation

Adaptation in the video signifies the ability of players to adjust to various conditions and challenges during practice and games. Deah mentions the need to adapt to different weather conditions, such as crosswinds and cold temperatures, which can affect the accuracy and distance of his kicks. The term is used to highlight the importance of mental and physical resilience in the sport, as players must be prepared to perform under varying circumstances.

💡Focus

Focus in the video is emphasized as a critical mindset for Deah to maintain throughout the training camp. It refers to his concentration and determination to perform at his best and not be distracted by setbacks or external factors. The term is used to illustrate the mental aspect of the sport, where maintaining a sharp and dedicated mindset is as important as physical skill.

Highlights

Donald Deah, known as 'Destroying', is attending training camp with the San Antonio Brahmas.

Deah has been an internet sensation for years with his football kicking skills.

Deah is serious about his football dreams and aims to prove himself at training camp.

Deah emphasizes the importance of being the first one out every day to set a tone.

The league has made budget cuts, reducing the support available to players.

Deah is competing against experienced NFL players like Matt Ammendola.

Deah's first day of kicking practice involves adjusting to challenging weather conditions.

Deah's roommate, Rex Sahara, is the long snapper and a calming presence for the team.

Deah shares his experience of staying at a basic hotel, embracing the humble lifestyle.

Deah discusses the importance of hang time and ball placement in kickoffs.

Deah's practice involves covering kicks from the 20-yard line, a unique challenge.

Deah's coach provides feedback on his kickoff performance, highlighting the need for improvement.

Deah is preparing for a scrimmage against Houston, showcasing the practical application of his training.

Deah's adaptation to the hotel room's quirks, such as the dresser and TV channel issues, shows his resourcefulness.

Deah's focus on kickoffs as his 'bread and butter', emphasizing the importance of this skill in his position.

Deah's coach praises his kickoff performance, particularly the hang time and ball placement.

Deah's commitment to improving his ball placement and hang time, aiming for a 'sweet spot' in performance.

Deah's coach emphasizes the need for a strong kickoff to avoid giving the opposing team an advantage.

Transcripts

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this week the San Antonio brahmas take

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the field for training camp with a

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familiar face for many on the kicking

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roster Donald deah AKA destroying has

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been kicking on the internet for years

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attracting millions of supporters behind

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his football dreams but does dela

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actually have where to takes to make it

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in legitimate football we're not so

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[Music]

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[Music]

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sure

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about to hop on this bus to go to

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practice but it's cold in Texas y'all

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see me bundled up man I even got the sh

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in the

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bag day one a training camp I truly

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don't know what to expect I feel like

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I'm back in this whole element I've been

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away from football for many many many

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[Music]

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years

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[Music]

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and I know I'm here and I know a lot of

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people see me doing social media and

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they think this is all a social media

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thing but I want to show the team I want

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to show the coaches I want to show

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everyone I'm serious so I make it a

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point to be the first one out every

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single day kind of setting a tone man

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and letting these people know that I'm

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here for real and I'm mean business

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and they did a lot of a lot of budget

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cuts in the league so there's a lot less

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help this man is doing everything

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bro you get that you get that shot don't

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tell him but a specialist got him a

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little bottle of tequila he said he like

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tequila so we're going to bring it to it

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tomorrow hey us specialist got something

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coming for you tomorrow

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huh us specialist got something coming

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for you tomorrow hey baby look here I

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just need y'all to be here and be

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present be attendant oh always that's

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going to make me happy always but we got

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something coming for you though see y'

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see y'all when y'all get to the next

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level yes sir all right yes sir all

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right this is pre-practice Specialists

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are usually the first guys out while

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everyone's practicing on here we don't

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got a lot of room so we come out early

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so we could get some kicks on the post

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why is the post leaning it's supposed to

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be

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here but instead is

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here H slightly better before anything

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there's a couple guys I need y'all to

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meet our special ops

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crew kickers punters long Snappers we

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got Rex Sahara which is our Long Snapper

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real cool guy he's like 67 that boy

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could long snap the hell out of ball

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he's very quiet very chill he's kind of

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like the dad of the group lowkey he's

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like the voice of reason for us all the

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time huh work now right I don't like the

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attitude right there no no no all right

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let's see how the LI are today oh it's

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SP [ __ ] that boy on all all on ESPN

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giving me license no license today no

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LIC today all 12:00 all 12:00 then we

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got Brad Wing if that name sounds

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familiar to you guys it's because he did

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play for the New York Giants he's Odell

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Beckham's best friend he's an Australian

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left footed punter oh bro you got the

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hand warmer too man I came this ain't my

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first rodeo you feel I got a goyard shyy

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too that so stupid bro Brad Wing LSU

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punter Giants punter you feel me you see

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man F time time he was number 30

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yesterday great guy he's a Class Clown

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but he knows when to be serious when we

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got to be serious but then there's Matt

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amandola he's bounced around a lot of

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teams in NFL I think he played for the

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Chiefs Green Bay played for the for the

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Jets and also for the Texans oh and the

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Cardinals so he's kicked at the highest

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level possible and this is the man I'm

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competing

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against I wish it were colder go bras

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ready ready set oh

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okay good hit today's a really

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interesting day there's 20 mph cross

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winds and it's 40° so uh the conditions

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are a little bit out of my comfort zone

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but one thing coach party likes to say

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our special teams coach is Midstream

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adjust no matter what comes at you you

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got to be able to adjust and adapt so

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that's what I tried to do that

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day oh my

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God yeah

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pic it was straight on and

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just at all look the wind stop ready

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ready

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[Music]

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set

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nice setting it on the 25 after this

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kick Ready Ready

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set go

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nice after we warm up we basically just

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sit around for a while our field goal

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period comes later on in the day

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probably like an hour hour and a half

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into practice but for the most part it's

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just staying busy move around and just

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be ready cuz just like in that game when

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your name is called and when that field

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goal period's called up you better be

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ready for action cuz now we're chilling

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until

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20:05 that's when we're kicking again

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it's probably like 12:45 if that right

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now at the professional level these

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practices are well oiled machines

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everything is structured everything is

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timed everything is scheduled down to

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the freaking minute but of course

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structure breaks down and when the

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structure breaks down there's

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chaos this is our first time kicking

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field goals with a line in front of us

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coach said we're each going to get six

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kicks Matt goes up makes his now it's my

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turn ready ready

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set so you move it back a couple yards

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head over to the right hash Matt goes

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bangs his and then it comes to me ready

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ready

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set hit it on the toe of my foot and now

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we're down once to that's okay hey this

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is good practice though you know what

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I'm saying Ser this is good practice at

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least I moved around a little bit before

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we thank

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God ready ready

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set I know I can't miss to two in a row

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if you miss two in a row you basically

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just fold in like some origami paper at

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that point ready ready

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set nice nice oh line y'all doing a

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great job y'all doing a great

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job it's a Miss wind takes it left so I

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know it's my turn to really just put

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myself back in the game ready ready

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set yeah baby bang that thing back it up

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two more good back it up two more ball

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me 34 right right

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hat ready ready

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set you want to go

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[Music]

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55

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[Applause]

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[Music]

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Matt goes up makes

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his all I got to do is bang this last

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and final kick and we looking good keep

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being locked in in our footwork ready

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ready

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[Music]

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set win

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bab I get you

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your

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[Music]

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back in a room after practice got hit

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with some adversity today for show went

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out there freezing cold temperatures

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very windy four for six on field goals

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today not the best um both of us kickers

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went four for six that's what

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66% that ain't good enough um and that's

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my first time kicking with a snap hold

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in in line in what like 7

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year yeah like seven years that's crazy

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but it's good though you feel me your

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boy got his feet wet a little bit at the

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end of the day it's all about getting

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better this is really day one of kicking

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at Camp I do this [ __ ] bro I'm here for

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a reason well we ain't going to let one

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little day throw us off our game we

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ain't going to let one little Day affect

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our confidence we got to get our mind

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right we got to get back out there and

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do our thing let's get money let's be

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great so okay that was kickoff looking

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he getting them post to the to the 20

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see y'all are in the uh in the stadium

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though so it's the wind don't be hitting

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y'all like that though n shit's

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different [ __ ] our [ __ ] bro we got Gil

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Force Crosswinds

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fam going to start hear [ __ ] now oh [ __ ]

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I Ain nothing I ain't H nothing Dam

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so I'm going to tell youall a little bit

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about how this training camp is going

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you guys saw me on the field but there's

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a whole home aspect that's very new to

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me cuz we're staying at a holiday in

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it's not the nicest hotel this is

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bringing back down to the basics it's

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very humbling it's very grounding and in

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some ways I love it it's not perfect by

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no means it's not perfect there's a lot

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of things in this room that just irk me

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but I found tweaks to all of them first

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and foremost my dresser I'm a little OCD

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about things I put my clothes in my

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dresser and every time I close it it

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just slowly slowly slowly just opens all

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the way back up bro so I went got some

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duct tape duct tape I'm shut also I'm

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trying to watch TV the NFL combine is

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going on right now and every time you

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turn the TV on it starts on Channel 3

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the combine is on like channel 40 so I'm

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sitting there hitting a button trying to

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change the channel and it literally

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takes like 5 seconds for each channel to

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load bro which it's building patience

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let's look at it as a positive another

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thing that just irked me and I had to

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really really get on my macabra bag and

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Jerry rig this crap every time I take a

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shower whenever I want the water at a

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perfect temperature the lever is like

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right here about 90° but the thing is

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loose so every time I put it to 90 it

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just keeps rolling and rolling and

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rolling and the water becomes boiling

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freaking hot bro so I went and got my

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hairpick and I just Jam that thing in

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the socket and now it stays other than

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that I'm comfortable I feel good I'm the

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only one out of whole thing that has her

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own room so you know I'm grateful for

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that but I feel great I've turned it

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into my own little humble abod that I

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could just come back and focus and

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attack every day the best way I

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can baby that I drive got a k but how

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you knew that I was rich was it your

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intuition this a Ferrari porino with the

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silly Miss I'm a profet I know what's

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coming like homo my [ __ ] ain't pressing

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on no lashes like indivisual how you

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vegan B and all your ex's chicken

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littles I'm a fine ass big boy God did

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this big one butterfly my [ __ ] do

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[Music]

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PR I got

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get I never me

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you that's so simple but so most

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important part of the kicking game

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handshakes feel me and Rexy miss the

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Superstition have to put his prti Jersey

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on every

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day or else Lord knows what would happen

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to him ready ready

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set

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baby over that fence

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boy oh

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[ __ ] another day of camp another

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opportunity to prove to these coaches

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and to everyone that I deserve this job

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today we work working on kickoffs which

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is my bread and

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butter usually you kick off from the 35

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in most Pro leagues except the UFL you

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kick off from the

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20 damn I hate that

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[ __ ] the 20 is [ __ ] crazy

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bro hey here's what we're going to do

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everybody on this unit doesn't matter if

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you're one two three or four you are

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going to cover two KS

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okay and I want to make sure I say this

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it is not my intention to gash y'all out

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okay but at the same time has anybody in

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here ever had a safety where they had to

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cover from the 20 raise your hand if you

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have okay so those are the only guys

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that truly know what this is going to be

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like coach HKS the

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horn kick off kick off special teams let

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go time deep left deep left inside that

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ball nice f the

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balless and just right out the gate and

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he does the one thing you do not want to

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do as a kicker is kick it out of bounds

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second team we're up second team we're

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up middle deep left middle de left let's

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get

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[Music]

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money nice I see you one

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night third group third group

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good good good find the ball compress

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[Music]

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compress 414 18 yd line hey BR can we

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get another

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ball 389 15 yd line move deep left

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middle deep left ready

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[Music]

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wa

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[Music]

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18422

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Y Line I got under the last one man but

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it's all good hung pretty good good

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perod good [ __ ]

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boy I got under that last one where the

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last one land 17428 do you remember the

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other ones or no who got down someone

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got now we got we gave him to coach you

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were all you were over four and then

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your longest one went to the

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seven that was a good period y'all boys

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I felt like every single ball I hit very

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well there was a cross winds slightly as

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well so our placements were a little off

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because of that wind but distance-wise

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hangtime wise I feel like I freaking

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crushed it

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today can I get one of those for

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practice uh yeah I'll French out one but

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you have to return it to me yes sir that

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make sense here we are let's get it man

16:24

what's up how we doing how we doing

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kickoff was was I think was pretty solid

16:29

yesterday I do need to work on my ball

16:30

placement but I wanted to and I want to

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make sure I say this cuz I talked to

16:35

Matt a little bit and and I'm going to

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be honest with you so you know I know

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I've said this before but just we're on

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the same page last year the average was

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the 10 in my

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mind I don't want to I don't want to

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have like a a 3.8 3.7 hang and push it

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all the way but we're we're looking for

16:55

that sweet spot of if we can get a 40 or

16:58

better on the 10 or deeper you know what

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I mean and that's where I thought you

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know I thought your time and your ball

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placement was phenomenal you know as far

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as your hang time and where the ball was

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Landing cuz I don't know if you noticed

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but you got a ball to the seven yeah I

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know yeah that's proud of that one

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that's exceeding expectations so my last

17:15

one I got under it and it it got to the

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17 which is not great but if I would

17:20

have got a hold of that one prob would

17:21

have been like to the five and really as

17:23

long as we can get it 20 and in we're

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going to put ourselves in a good

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position the thing I was happy about and

17:28

I'll pull some of these up the returners

17:31

these guys it was good for everybody

17:34

returners bit on this yeah they they had

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a wakeup

17:37

call dude if I can if I can get it to

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actually go forward so we'll watch this

17:44

first dude and I'm sorry with the

17:46

slow-mo I'm not touching

17:48

anything I got to aim that more you're

17:51

good on the on the landmarks right no

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but I'm saying like this is what our

17:55

game field is exactly like in San Anton

17:57

I know the Pro numbers are here right

17:59

the pro numbers are these ticks right

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here here here and here I thought your

18:06

accuracy for where you're aiming was on

18:08

point you know what I mean cuz it looks

18:10

like at least when your hips are coming

18:11

through it you know I know you probably

18:13

aimed a little bit left but it looks

18:14

like dead center and two you know like

18:17

we talked about with the field goals

18:18

dude it seems like anytime we get a kick

18:20

period it's it's a little windy yep I'm

18:23

just more so watching plant nice yep

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that's my [ __ ] I love kickoff no doubt

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well I'm going to be honest with you

18:31

like especially in this league you got

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to have a driver you know what I mean

18:35

like this is not in the NFL you need to

18:37

kind of have you know at times a wedge

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to be able to do Sky kicks but in this

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league like we've got to send that so