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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Dan Carpenter
A concussion that has kept quarterback Kevin Kolb sidelined since August, cost him his job with the Buffalo Bills.
Playing for the field goal used to be a roll of the dice at the end of NFL games. Now, it's almost a sure thing.
Ryan Tannehill was hardly a rattled rookie as he stood in his end zone, contemplating the long drive the Miami Dolphins needed with the score tied and 92 seconds left.
"The pressure now to be 85 percent or better on your field goals might be more relevant now than it was in the '80s or '70s," Dolphins kicker Dan Carpenter said. "Back then if your field goal percentage was 80 percent, you were doing really well. Now it's like you're on the verge of struggling."