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The NFL minimum for scoreboards is 85 feet. So I would presume the avg NFL punt is less than 85 feet, guestimation is 75feet.

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What is the average height of a NFL punt?

The average height is about 38 feet.


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What is the average distance of a punt in college football?

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What is the average punt in length and hang time in NFL football?

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A team would decide to punt the football in their final down. They would punt the ball to relinquish the ball if the team is struggling to win the game.


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What is a pr position in football?

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What is a punt and when is it used in football?

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How do you punt a perfect football spiral every time?

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What is the average punt in length in high school football?

35-50 yards. 50 is a tremendous boot. So the farther the better :)


Where can you find definitions of the football terms such as 'Tackling' 'Screen Toss' 'Punt' and 'Hooker'?

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What is a football kick called?

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What is the average hang time of a punt in high school?

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In the NFL are you allowed to punt a ball on any down?

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Who holds the longest punt in high school football in Ohio?

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What is the average punt in length and hang time in college football?

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