Ray McLean of the Chicago Bears was the last player to successfully drop kick in the NFL. He converted an extra point following Ken Kavanaugh's 42-yard fumble recovery for a touchdown during the Bears' 37-9 win over the New York Giants in the 1941 NFL Championship Game. The drop kick came in the fourth quarter of the title game played on December 21, 1941. Hall of Famer Earl "Dutch" Clark is believed to be the last player to successfully dropkick a field goal in the NFL. According to game accounts, he dropkicked a 17-yard field goal in the Detroit Lions 16-7 victory over the Chicago Cardinals on September 19, 1937.
On January 1, 2006, Doug Flutie of the New England Patriots converted a point after touchdown by dropkick in a game against the Miami Dolphins. Flutie's dropkick for points was the first since McLean's for the Bears described in the above answer.
And just to clarify, yes, the dropkick is still perfectly legal.
The last drop kick in the NFL was byDoug Flutie who successfully drop kicked a PAT for the New England Patriots against the Miami Dolphins on January 1, 2006.
Douge flutie was the last person to have a drop kick field goal plus he was the qb too. Click on the 'NFL Dropkickers' link on this page to learn about some of the best dropkickers in NFL history.
doug flutie on January 2, 2006 was the last player to convert a dropkick in an nfl game. the first time in 64 years.
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Yes.AnswerDont know but you have been watching to much "water boy" lol AnswerYes, it is a field goal but it much touch the ground before it is kicked, in other words it isn't a punt, but the old bounce the ball off the field and kick it move, which can't be done with the current shaped football very easily.
If the crosses the goal line (but not into the goal), and last touched an offensive player; it is a goal kick. It is a corner kick if it was last touched by a defending player.
First you need to do the barrel roll then do planking on a rock and last you need to drop kick someone hope i helped :)
The onside kick from scrimmage was eliminated, in the collegiate game, before WWI -- around 1912, I believe. The NFL started in 1920. So I guess the answer is -- never. In the NFL, an onside kick is only possible on a kickoff or on a free kick after a safety. But has there ever been an onside drop kick? I don't know, but lets consider why that would rarely (if ever) happen: Kickoffs are required to be a place kick (from a tee). So the only time you could even attempt an onside drop kick is after a safety, which is one of the rarest plays in football. An onside kick after a safety is very dangerous, as the kick must be from the 20 yard line. The opponent could recover the ball already in field goal range. An onside kick must hit the ground to prevent the other team from calling for a fair catch. This is more difficult to pull off with a drop kick.
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A guess would be that Gene Simmons of West Virginia did it. Believe he played from 1948 to 1950. Drop kicked several successful extra points. Believe he successfully drop kicked a successful field goal against Maryland somewhere within this time span.
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A throw-in, goal kick, corner kick, or kick-off, depending on where it left the field of play and who touched it last.
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If the defensive team touched it last it becomes a corner kick for the offensive team. If the offensive team touched it last it becomes a goal kick.
Anyone, even the goalkeeper (although this is risky as play resumes if you miss a penalty kick and the last thing you need is your goalkeeper at the wrong end).
A corner kick is awarded when the defending team touches the ball last before it passes over the end line on the sides of the goal. If the offensive team is the last to touch the ball before it crosses over the end line, it is a goal kick.
I don't believe you have to be behind the line of scrimmage. This play is a holdover from rugby where a player can attempt a drop goal at any time during play. A player, often during a full sprint, will drop the ball in front of him and as it touches the ground will kick it through the uprights for three points. Doug Flutie used this technique to score the extra point in the last play of his career. Jim McMahon, the noted Chicago Bears quarterback, used to challenge kickers to drop goal contests. Rumor has it that they soon learned that that was a good way to lose money. * As long as you're behind the line of scrimmage and the ball hits the ground before you kick it. New Answer: No the ball must be kicked from the groung Not in American football, no. All kicks must be taken from behind the line of scrimmage. Drop kicks are still perfectly legal. They're just not attempted very often anymore, mostly because the shape of the football changed to accommodate forward passes. It used to be rounder like a rugby ball and give a more reliable bounce when it hit the ground. Canadian football still allows a team to kick and recover from beyond the line of scrimmage. Any player from the kicking team can recover the ball, as long as he was level with or behind the kicker at the time of the kick. I suppose this rule would allow for a dropkick to be taken from anywhere on the field, but it's usually used at the end of tie games to punt deep and force the other team to give up a 1-point rouge.