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Punterville State of the Punter: Week 12

Now Jimmy Garoppolo is buying real estate

Mayor of Punterville here.

Citizens, while we marinate our turkeys in Vegemite and continue to worship our hero Mitch Wishnowsky, I have news that Punterville will appreciate, Wishnowsky’s numbers against the Green Bay Packers.

Did Wishnowsky manage much for yards per punt? Not really. 45.5 yards average across four punts. What isn’t important is the punt, but the yards Green Bay got from punt returns. Did I say got, how about yards given up, because Packers punt returner Tremon Smith got a total of -3 (negative three) punt return yards against the Boomin Onion, Mitch Wishnowsky.

Now that can be credited to the 49ers special teams gunners like Raheem Mostert as well, but this isn’t Gunnerville, this is Punterville, and it was those sick hangtimes of Wishnowsky that allowed such glorious punter play to take place.

But don’t take my word for it, let Jimmy Garoppolo in as our new city ambassador, as he had some words for the Boomin Onion in his press conference this week:

“Mitch is awesome, he really is. He’s so different than all the punters I’ve met in the past, just the mentality that he brings to the game. I mean on kickoffs you can tell that he’s itching to get a hit in there and he wants to, but the coaches try to lean him away from that. The energy he brings, he’s an awesome dude in the locker room too, which makes it even better.”

The only thing that can ruin Punterville at this point is if our local station starts airing H20: Just Add Water reruns. If that happens, the city could go in the wrong direction, but I answer to you, citizens and I say, business is good.

But that said, citizens, please let me know the state of Punterville:


State of Punterville?

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  • 80%
    A - Join us! There are no worries here, only punters!
    (687 votes)
  • 14%
    (123 votes)
  • 2%
    (19 votes)
  • 0%
    (1 vote)
  • 2%
    F - Burn it down, burn this city to the ground.
    (25 votes)
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