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From out of the frame, wide receiver Isaiah Epps streaks into the picture, sprinting down the field to catch the pass in stride before running into the end zone.
Instead of booming the ball into the end zone and allowing Tom Brady and the Patriots’ offense to start at their 25-yard line, Elliott sand-wedged the football 58 yards to the New England 7, forcing Dion Lewis to return the kickoff and burn clock.
The Bears have won only 14 games since 2015 for a variety of reasons but none bigger than their lack of playmakers, and more specifically players who can get into the end zone.
Eli and Odell are running a pass-and-catch drill, when Odell suddenly stops in the end zone and glances wistfully over his shoulder back at Eli.
So maybe Ohio State fans will finally get their wish, and see Buckeye kickers just kicking the ball into the end zone from now on.
Brady got busted for intentional grounding in the end zone and the Giants drove to a touchdown after the free kick.
Watch the tape slowly and the Alabama receiver casually drops the ball after running through the end zone and sprinting toward his teammates to celebrate.
After an intentional grounding moved the ball back to the 34 and required a 10-second runoff, and an incompletion intended for Funchess in the end zone and a sack by Von Bell essentially ended the game.
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Definition of end zone for English Language Learners
: the area beyond the goal line at each end of the field in American football
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