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Punterville State of the Punter: Offseason edition

The final State of the Punter for awhile

Mayor of Punterville here.

Citizens! We have seen a great city and community grow from Punterville’s great parlay play of punting. We also have seen the times when our city is ready to fall apart and go down a darker path.

At the end of our hero, Mitch Wishnowsky’s first season, I have to say it’s kind of meh.

Sure he came in with a fire. He came in as a weapon. He left as the 23rd punter overall thanks to Pro Football Focus with a 63.1 overall punter grade when you compare him to the punting brethren that makes him less of a hero and more of a sidekick.

But! If you look at the sheer number of times our punting player had to peg the world with his punts, you would see that he didn’t do it all that much. Numerous punters would use their leg far more than Wishnowsky’s 52 attempts. Also, Wishnowsky was a rookie. There is room to improve in 2020 for that mighty leg of Punterville’s founder.

Regardless, outside of the muff against the Minnesota Vikings, Punterville has not represented the way any of us would have liked. I know we have taken time to let the scars in the Super Bowl settle, but now it’s time to really look at Punterville’s future. Could this become a ghost town?

May this city continue to grow.


State of Punterville?

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  • 30%
    A - Join us! There are no worries here, only punters!
    (187 votes)
  • 30%
    (182 votes)
  • 25%
    (156 votes)
  • 3%
    (23 votes)
  • 9%
    F - Burn it down, burn this city to the ground.
    (57 votes)
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