That depends entirely upon who is throwing the ball. Not factoring in wind conditions, quarterbacks like Brett Favre, Jeff George, and John Elway probably could throw it up to 80 yards at their peak. There was a QB in the 50's who supposedly could throw it 100 yards, but this is only a rumor and not based on fact. The commercials in which Michael Vick supposedly throws the ball 120 yards are entirely false. That is impossible.
Bo Jackson, in college, reportedly threw a football from one end zone to the other.
In a college QB competition, QB Joe Flacco (then at the University of Delaware, later with the Baltimore Ravens) recorded an 81 yard throw.
In 1997 Kansas State QB Michael Bishop threw one 93 yards in practice.
As part of a scouting combine, LSU QB Jamarcus Russell threw the ball about 85 yards, which is phenomenal (keep in mind that he is 6' 6" and about 260 lbs).
In competitive football, the length of the throw is not measured, but rather the length of the play, so there is no official record for Longest Throw. A distance of 80-90 yards (73-82 m) seems to be considered the longest. One NFL site lists an unofficial record for ball distance, which was 83 yards by Don Meredith of the Dallas Cowboys, part of a 95-yard pass to Bob Hayes on November 13, 1966.
No they are two persons who made it possible.
Walter Camp is considered the "Father of American Football"
Swimming, softball, and American football are all tough sports depending on the person.
The person generally credited with the game that developed into North American football is William Webb Ellis.
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The person generally credited with the game that developed into the North American Football is William Webb Ellis.
He is claimed by gridiron fans to have invented invented gridiron, commonly called American football. It's commonly believed that Walter Camp was the person who adapted rugby into the sport of American football.
Walter Camp helped to standardize the rules of American football and make it more like the game we know today.
I tried to find this out and didn't get much about the person who patented the football. I did find that Walter Camp a coach at Yale is the first person to take a soccer ball and play it like a football. This was in 1879. Much of the game of football owes rules and plays to Camp.
The player that snaps the ball is known as the Center.
No one "discovered" American football. It actually developed in the 1800s out of the sport of Rugby. Finally, a man named Walter Camp made rule changes that made the game truly unique from Rugby. He is known as the "Father of American Football".
Football is not a person. It is a sport.
Football started when this person named john gorge took the place. second it started with John Madden. The best football player ever. Football started in 1933. With the first team made San fransico 49ers.
John Lennon was British. He did not watch American football. He was more of an artsy person than a sports person.
The person farthest away from the hole once on the green
Because that person may be very well educated in National Football League information, history, etc.
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A football fan.
The average American spends an estimated 450 to 500 dollars per year on football. People buy tickets to games, clothing, etc.
Charles Follis, who played with the Shelby Athletic Club between 1902-1906, is believed to be the first African American to be paid for playing football.
1st person is from your own point of view, the person speaking.examples:I play football. (singular)We play football on Saturday. (plural)3rd person means the person or thing spoken about.examples:He plays football. (singular)They play football on Saturday. (plural)The nouns 'football' and 'Saturday' are third person nouns, the things spoken about.Note: The 2nd person is the person spoken to. The second person pronoun is you.
a football coach is the person that teaches the football player to play better
William Heffelfinger was the first person to die playing football.