Somebody will want to remind Pittsburgh Steelers’ wide receiver and return specialist Gunner Olszewski of the kickoff rules.
As every football fan, coach and player knows by now, the team gets the ball at their own 40-yard line if the opposing team kicks the ball out of bounds on the kickoff. But Olszewski completely forgot this and decided to complete a tiptoe catch out of bounds at the Pittsburgh nine-yard line, costing his team 21 yards of field position in the process:
As always, social media had a lot of fun poking fun at this boneheaded miscue:
To make matters worse, Steelers’ quarterback Kenny Pickett threw an interception on that very drive. Fortunately for Gunner and Pittsburgh, the Browns failed to score on the ensuing possession.
Not Olszewski’s finest moment.
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