To kick (the ball) before it touches the ground, when let fall from the hands.
The act of punting the ball.
To punt a football.
One of the ways the goalkeeper may put the ball into play after making a save by an aerial kick with his or her laces. Punting enables the goalie to send the ball far downfield.
A kick on which the ball is dropped and kicked before it reaches the ground. A goal cannot be scored with a punt. Usually used for gaining ground and field position.
(football) a kick in which the football is dropped from the hands and kicked before it touches the ground; "the punt traveled 50 yards"; "punting is an important part of the game"
an alternative term used in the wine world for kick-up or push-up
a play in Canadian football and American football in which the football is kicked downfield to the opposing team
a play in Canadian football and American football where the football is kicked down field to the oppossing team
a throw down the field to the opposing team
When a goalkeeper kicks the ball high down field toward the opposing goal. Red Card: The card shown to a player being ejected from a match by the referee; players ejected cannot be substituted for, and often a red card offense carries a penalty of additional matches missed.
A type of kick used to get the ball downfield, usually on fourth down. The punter takes a long snap from center, and then kicks the ball before it hits the ground.
When the ball is dropped from the kicker's hands and kicked before hitting the ground.
A kick technique where the ball is dropped and kicked before it touches the ground.
A punt is similar to a drop-kick, except that it does not have to bounce off the ground before kicking. Punts cannot be used to score points through the goalpost.
made by dropping the ball from the hands, and kicking it before it touches the ground.
kicking the ball from the hands before it hits the ground.
A kick made when a player drops the ball and kicks it while it is in flight.
To kick the ball to the opposing team, ending your turn as offense.
Lofted shot in which the ball enters the goal through the open triangular top of the goal rather than between the uprights.
a kick in which the ball is dropped and kicked before it reaches the ground. Used to give up the ball to the opposition after offensive downs have been used, as far down the field as possible.
when a player 10 yards behind the center catches a snap, drops it and kicks it before it hits the ground; an opponent tries to catch and advance it the other way.
A type of kick used primarily on fourth down.
If the offense kicks the ball to the defense in a situation where the offense has the option to go for it, the kick is known as a punt.
A kicked ball which transfers possession of the ball to the other team. If a team is in their own territory on fourth down and needs several yards to gain a first down, it is advisable to punt the ball away to pin the other team back in their own territory.
Giving up the ball by kicking it downfield to the other team; a strategic move on a fourth down situation when getting a first down appears risky or hopeless.
A goalkeeping distribution technique where the ball is dropped from the hands and then kicked off the laces of the soccer shoe.
A method of kicking that goal keepers use to clear the ball upfield, wherein the ball is dropped from the hand and kicked before touching the ground or as a half-volley.
kicking the ball after dropping it and before it reaches the ground. Offensive teams who have failed to cover 10 yards in their first three attempts often punt on the fourth down.
What you do when your relationship is at Fourth and Forty.
Another word for kick. Usually used when the kick is particuarly stiff.
A punt in football is performed when the punter kicks the football without letting it hit the ground first — in contrast to a drop kick.