Not 100% on this but once team "B" receives a punted ball past the original line of scrimmage the ball has changed possesion. Team "B" then fumbles & team "A" recovers I would think team "A" would retain posession with a new set of downs.AnswerIt is team A's ball on a new set of downs
Any time a change of possession occurs, a new set of downs is triggered. So Team A gets the ball back, 1st down. The same can occur if team A fumbles the ball, team B recovers it, advances it but fumbles it, then team A recovers it. Team A starts a new possession with 1st down.
As long as it doesn't go past the line of scrimmage Team A.
Team A cannot attempt a second forward pass. A team is allowed only one forward pass for each play from scrimmage. It is a 5 yard penalty if a team attempts a second forward pass.
A backsliding is an occasion on which someone returns to an original position - either physically, mentally or emotionally.
A solid 25 seconds. Including scrambling and fumbles and returns. A touch down was finally made at the end of the time. It was in 1976 MN Vikings vs. Miami Dolphins
It returns to its original resting position.
A fluid that returns to its original shape after the applied stress is released