the inside of your foot
There is no best pass or most accurate pass, it mainly relies on the situation at hand. While in the open court the chest pass is probably the most accurate - If that answers your question.
Based on career pass completion, Chad Pennington was the most accurate quarterback of all times with a 66% pass completion. He is followed by Aaron Rodgers with a 65.7% career pass completion.
What i think the most accurate passs in soccer is, when you use the inside of your foot that you kicked with and it goes fast and steady and straight to the person you are wanting it to go to.
the most accurate, controlled and most widely known pass is with the inside of you foot. but for farther distances, slightly below the laces works better. the inside of your foot is also the best way to collect, or trap a pass.
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football cause your in a team of eleven and you get to pass the bal around by............ James Richard shand
The longest football pass ever recorded was about 103 yards.
honestly i am using this to pass my exams so plz send accurate awns ..... (⓿_⓿):P
more accurate, most accurate.
An incomplete pass
No, it is ruled an incomplete pass
The forward pass was originated in a college football rules change in 1906. Bradbury Robinson gets the credit for throwing the first legal forward pass in a football game.
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American football is, but baseball is America's favorite pass time
Ground pass and lob pass
forward pass and lateral pass
In American football and Canadian football a lateral pass or lateral (officially backward A lateral pass is distinguished from a forward pass, in which the ball is after taking the snap, to quickly transfer. The Canada football is not the NFL. That's what I asked.
It has a ten tonne weight in it
In American football, a backward pass is a pass thrown backwards instead of forwards.
During a pass, a football's mechanical energy is potential energy. Mechanical energy is "potential" for any object in motion that is not moving itself (the football is displaced by the player).
Pass is not free