Watch Kam Chancellor Hurdle Over the Line to Block a Field-Goal…Twice! (Videos)

Kam Chancellor hurdle over line

The best play Kam Chancellor did make during last night’s NFC Divisional Round match-up against the Carolina Panthers was the interception he took 90-yards the other way for a touchdown to help clinch the Seahawks’ 31-17 victory.

The best play he almost made was the two blocked field goals he nearly recorded on consecutive plays after hurdling over the line of scrimmage on both occasions.

The first Kam Chancellor hurdle came on a Graham Gano 35-yard field-goal attempt.  Despite making it cleanly over the line and remaining onside in the process, Chancellor was unable to get his hands on Gano’s kick.  But it wouldn’t have mattered anyway, as the Panthers’ were flagged for a false start.

The next Kam Chancellor hurdle came on the very next play, as the 6’3″ strong safety timed his leap perfectly once again, and this time he was able to force the kick wide; however, it was all for nothing, as Chancellor was penalized five yards for running into the kicker.

That would set Gano up for his third consecutive field-goal attempt, which he nailed from 35-yards out without having to deal with Chancellor’s SuperMan-like antics.


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