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Baltimore Ravens kicker Billy Cundiff faced the music in the moments immediately after the AFC Championship on Sunday against the Patriots. The veteran kicker said that there was "no excuse" for the missed 32-yard field goal in the final seconds, a field goal that would have sent the game to overtime. Yet, in the days following the game, Cundiff and the Ravens have offered a couple of "excuses," the biggest of which had to do with a misunderstanding in regards to the scoreboard. As the story goes, Cundiff was late in getting on the field because he didn't know what...
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Baltimore Ravens kicker Billy Cundiff’s 32-yard missed field goal was the third-shortest in the final 30 seconds of the fourth-quarter or at any point in overtime of a postseason game in which the kick could tie the game, or give his team the lead, according to the Elias Sports Bureau. The two shorter kicks were [...]
Poor Billy Cundiff. The guy already feels bad enough — especially for Ray Lewis — that he blew the Ravens’ shot at going to Super Bowl 46. Now, he has to hear it from fans in other arenas in an entirely separate sport. As we all know, college basketball fans are some of the most clever in the country when it comes to taunting. At times they take it too far like these...
Ravens place kicker Billy Cundiff missed a game tying 32 yard chip shot field goal as time expired to hand the Patriots the AFC championship 23-20. This picture pretty much sums it up.
For all you Baltimore Ravens fans, the below videos are something that kicker Billy Cundiff might have needed to look at again before the AFC Championship:
The below clips are from a kicking instructional video by kicking guru Steve Hoffman which shows Cundiff when he was with the Dallas Cowboys using the correct form on kicks and getting power behind kicks:
Previously on Outside the Boxscore, we have shown you some rather classic freak out clips from fans over team's losing.
However, this clip might take the cake as this Baltimore Ravens fan freaks out over Billy Cundiff's missed kick and kicks his own friends out his house.
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(Courtesy of The Big Lead)
Now this is what I call a mashup. Billy Cundiff and Ace Ventura : a match made in heaven.
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Just saw this via Rich Shertenlieb. Awesome. I love the Internet.
As a Colts fan, you just have to root against the New England Patriots...for every game. So best bet, yes, I was rooting for the Baltimore Ravens to advance into Super Bowl 46.Didn't happen.Apparently, Billy Cundiff was listening to too much of "To The Left" by Beyonce before the game that he blew it at the end of the game when his 32-yarder went wide left; a kick that...
Sunday night, after Billy Cundiff missed a field goal that would have given the Baltimore Ravens a chance to make the Super Bowl, ESPN's Skip Bayless tweeted that field goal kicking should be banned because of Cundiff's missed kick.
Cundiff's teammate, Terrell Suggs, called in to Bayless' show, "First Take," on Monday morning. He spoke with Skip Bayless...
The Baltimore Ravens’ 2011 championship campaign ended in heartbreaking fashion last Sunday as Billy Cundiff’s 32 yard would be tying field goal sailed wide left with just 11 seconds to play against the New England Patriots in Foxborough, MA. The missed try came just two plays after QB Joe Flacco threaded a near impossible laser to the front corner of the end zone that WR...
Tom Brady got all the help he needed to get the New England Patriots into the Super Bowl.Thank you, Billy Cundiff.
As soon as the 32-yard field goal by Ravens kicker Billy Cundiff sailed wide left, Patriots owner Robert Kraft’s mind turned to his late wife, Myra. How could it not?
The Patriots 23-20 win over the Ravens sent them to Super Bowl XLVI, and with the way the kick swung wild left, it wasn’t a stretch to wonder if, well, Myra maybe took a breath. Or, if you’re not into spiritually...