No, a kick must be hit from your normal running pattern. You can slow down, but not completely stop.
The kicker and the defending goal keeper.
Yes, if the ball is deflected there can be no roughing/running into the kicker penalty. Also, if the punter drops the snap there can be no penalty.
Yes, unless the ball was blocked.
It is an arc that is drawn outside of the penalty area with a radius of ten yards and the center being the penalty mark. (Note: the mark is only 6 yards from the edge of the penalty area area) Whenever a penalty kick is taken all players, except the kicker and the goal keeper, must be outside of the penalty area, at least ten yards from the mark, and not closer to the goal line than the mark. Other than the taking of penalty kicks, it has no other function.
Kennel keeper, kangaroo wrestler, karate instructor, keeper of records - archivist, keno dealer, keyboard operator, kicker and kindergarten teacher are occupations. They begin with the letter k.
You are probably referring to the penalty arc which is at the top to the penalty area. It is not exactly a half of a circle.Prior to the taking of a penalty kick all players except the kicker and the opposing goal keeper must be outside of the penalty area and at least 10 yards from the penalty mark. The penalty mark is only 8 yards from the edge of the penalty area! So an extra bit of distance is added to show the players where they must be.
If the quarterback were to drop kick he would become a kicker and not a quarterback. The roughing the quarterback penalty would change to roughing the kicker.
A penalty kicker may be changed between retakes of a penalty kick. When taking kicks from the penalty mark to decide the winner, no kicker may kick again until everyone on their team has taken a turn.
Yes you can, as long as the penalty kicker kicks it forward, even if only slightly forward, then another player may finish. Note: It would be equally likely that a defender could arrive first. The penalty kicker would not be allowed a second touch to prevent the interception.
A penalty kick of one of the 8 possible ways to restart a match after play has been stopped. One kicker is elected to take a shot on goal against the opposing goal keeper from 12 yards out. All other players must be outside of the penalty area and at least 10 yards from the ball until it is kicked
A goal may be scored directly from a corner kick.
An indirect free kick may be awarded in the penalty area. It is not promoted to a penalty kick. If it is in the goal area, the kick location must be moved away from the goal line to the top of the goal area (6 yards out).