Brian Moorman’s big time punting day Sunday did not go unnoticed. SI.com’s Peter King made him his Special Teams Player of the Week.
Here’s what King wrote.
Moorman punted four times for a 53-yard average — with not a single return yard — at Kansas City, with these exact results: a 46-yard punt to the Kansas City 10, a 52-yard punt to the Kansas City 9, a 73-yard punt to the Kansas City 7, and a 41-yard punt to the Kansas City 27 (the slacker!). The Bills-Chiefs game was totally invisible to the masses Sunday (rightfully so), and I don’t want to let a superior performance get lost because of the meaninglessness of the game.
Moorman also alertly called timeout when the play clock was winding down before Rian Lindell’s 41-yard attempt to prevent a delay of game penalty. He also deftly handled a low snap on a FG. His 53-yard net average was ridiculous.
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