Mark Schofield and Chuck Zodda are back for the January 12 Quick Kicks Podcast, this time looking at the craziness of the NFC Wild Card Weekend matchups. This 20-minute look at the big stories of this round of the playoffs covers the following topics:
- The errors by each member of the Minnesota Vikings battery, detailing the issues with the snap, hold, and kick (1:33)
- An in-depth look at the mechanics of long-snapping and how the snapper factors in to building a proper hold (4:20)
- Why the kick Blair Walsh faced differs from the average fan being able to make a 27-yard kick, including a discussion of Chuck’s first-ever field goal attempt (7:11)
- Mark’s experience as a holder and how he handled the interaction as the focal point between the long snapper and kicker (9:29)
- What the tape of the Green Bay Packers’ offense showed and how it may have differed from what the box score looked like (15:12)
- Where does Kirk Cousins fit into Washington’s plans heading into 2016 (16:56)
- The key improvement that Cousins must make in the offseason as he seeks to build on this season (19:49)
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