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Q: What quarterback caught his own pass?
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Which NFL quarterback caught his own pass and ran it in for a touchdown?

Brad Johnson, Minn Vikes..


The only quarterback in the nfl to throw a touchdown pass to himself?

Brad Johnson Against Carolina in 1997, he caught his deflected pass and ran three yards for a touchdown


Does quarterback get credit for completion of pass interference?

No. they are not added to the quarterback's statistics.


What is the name of the pass that the quarterback pitches to the halfback?

shuffle pass


Who caught Brett Favre's first pass as a packer?

Brett Farve caught His own Pas when it was deflected of a deffensive line men.


What is an incompletion?

An incompletion is a pass that is not caught by the offense or defense. A pass that is caught by the defense is called an interception. A pass that is caught by the offense is called a reception.


What is a pass completion in football?

The term "completion" normally refers to when the quarterback throws the football down the field, and his intended receiver catches it. You may sometimes hear the announcers refer to this as a "completed pass." If the intended receiver drops it, it's referred to as "incomplete."


What is the 'pocket' in football?

The "pocket" is a horseshoe shaped area formed by offensive linemen that drop back and protect the quarterback during a pass play. In theory, if the quarterback remains within the pocket, he will have sufficient time to find a receiver and throw a pass. If defensive players penetrate the pocket before the pass is thrown, the quarterback is either sacked or forced to run out of the pocket...and then he's on his own.


What does a tailback do on a pass play?

A tailback can either block for the quarterback or go out for a pass.


What is A pass that is not caught in football?

An incomplete pass


How far is the longest pass completion in Cowboys history?

The longest pass play in Dallas Cowboys history occurred at Washington on November 13, 1966, when wide receiver Bob Hayes caught a 95-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Don Meredith.


What is the longest pass play in dallas cowboy history?

The longest pass play in Dallas Cowboys history occurred at Washington on November 13, 1966, when wide receiver Bob Hayes caught a 95-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Don Meredith.


Can a quarterback catch a tiped pass and run?

Yes.


What is the position of the football player who throws the pass?

Quarterback


Where should the first pass be caught in netball?

The first pass should be caught in the centre third.


When running the pass-run option the quarterback should?

Pass. If the receiver is not open, run.


Where must the center pass be caught in netball?

The ball should be caught in the centre third on a centre pass.


Who caught Brett farves 421 td pass?

who caught brett farves 421 td pass


Who caught Brett Favre's first NFL pass?

Brett Favre actually caught his own first pass. His first pass attempt was deflected by a defender and he caught the ball off of the deflectionFarve's first pass in a regular season NFL game was an interception that resulted in a touchdown. His career passing while a Falcon was 0 completions in 4 attempts with 2 interceptions.


If netball center pass is not caught in center third is the free pass taken from where it was wrongly caught or from a point in center third?

if the centre pass is not received in the centre pass then opposition get to take a free pass from where the attaking players wrongly caught the ball


What is the highest pass rating that a quarterback can achieve in a game?

158.3


What is the average time a quarterback has to release the ball on a pass?

3.7


Can the quarterback in football run with the ball then throw it?

Yes, as long as the quarterback doesn't pass the line of scrimmage. Once past the line of scrimmage, you cannot pass the ball forward


A quarterback throws a pass at an angle of 35 above the horizontal with an initial speed of 25 ms The ball is caught by the receiver 2.55 seconds later Determine the distance the ball was thrown?

52.22sec


What is a Quarterback?

The role of quarterback in American football is an offensive back whose primary role is to pass the ball during a play.