10 Best Rugby Kickers

Updated on: November 2020

Best Rugby Kickers in 2020


Polo Ralph Lauren Men's Rugby Kicker Bear Solid Casual Dress Sock, Navy

Polo Ralph Lauren Men's Rugby Kicker Bear Solid Casual Dress Sock, Navy
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020
  • Ribbed cuff for a secure, comfortable fit
  • Features "Polo Ralph Lauren" screen-printed at each sole
  • Pack contains one (1) pair, as shown
  • Machine wash; imported

Rugby Kicker

Rugby Kicker
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020

Kicker's Guide for Rugby Players: Rugby

Kicker's Guide for Rugby Players: Rugby
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020

Forza Telescopic Rugby Kicking Tee (Black & Yellow) (Extends to 2in High) – Improve Your Placekicker’s Aim & Accuracy [Net World Sports]

Forza Telescopic Rugby Kicking Tee (Black & Yellow) (Extends to 2in High) – Improve Your Placekicker’s Aim & Accuracy [Net World Sports]
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020
  • GUARANTEED TO IMPROVE KICKING PERCENTAGES: This telescopic rugby kicking tee is exactly the same as used by the best goalkickers in either code. When your kicker is under pressure to slot that match-winning kick, this is just the equipment they’ll need!
  • ADJUST TO YOUR KICKER’S OWN STYLE: This kicking tee is telescopic with an easily adjustable height, so your kicker can adapt to their exact preference. When fully extended the tee reaches a height of 2 inches
  • SUITABLE FOR BOTH CODES: Ideal for Rugby Union or Rugby League. This tee is perfect for conversions, penalty goals and for halfway restarts
  • BUILT TO LAST: Solid and weatherproof construction. This tee combines a plastic base with easy-adjust moulded rubber extender
  • FAST SHIPPING: All orders with Net World Sports are dispatched within 24 hours. Wide range of shipping options available

Rugby Goal Kick

Rugby Goal Kick
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020
  • - 3D goal kicks
  • - Kickoff the rugby field goal

Johnathan Thurston: The Autobiography

Johnathan Thurston: The Autobiography
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020

Education Is Important But Rugby Is Importanter: Funny Education Is Important But Rugby Is Importanter 2020-2024 Five Year Planner & Gratitude Journal ... Reflection With Stoic Stoicism Quotes

Education Is Important But Rugby Is Importanter: Funny Education Is Important But Rugby Is Importanter 2020-2024 Five Year Planner & Gratitude Journal ... Reflection With Stoic Stoicism Quotes
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020

Flick Nations Rugby (Kindle Tablet Edition)

Flick Nations Rugby (Kindle Tablet Edition)
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020
  • Kick conversions, kick-to-touch and hit the goal posts across five game modes!
  • Choose from 15 of the rugby world’s top nations, including England, Wales, France, Italy, Australia and New Zealand!
  • Interactive tutorial
XP level up system based on your skills
Superb high resolution graphics

So Chic Jewels - 925 Sterling Silver Enamel Rugby Ball Kicker Stud Boot Pendant

So Chic Jewels - 925 Sterling Silver Enamel Rugby Ball Kicker Stud Boot Pendant
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020
  • 925/000 Sterling Silver (Hallmark)
  • Enamel
  • Dimensions: 16 x 12 mm (excluding support)
  • Nickel free

BFF : Bikini Football Fantasy League of Girl Power - Free Edition

BFF : Bikini Football Fantasy League of Girl Power - Free Edition
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020
  • Amazing game play
  • Easy to play
  • Awesome graphics

They Rarely Get Any Credit but Let's Have a Cheer for the NFL Kickers

The Chicago Bears won their playoff game against Seattle thanks to the kicker. I think they deserve more respect than they get.

Rex Grossman had done all right. He made several rather bone-headed plays. It still seems like the young quarterback needs to have all of the time in the world to make a play. If you rush sexy Rexy then you can probably get him scrambling and when he scrambles he is just as likely to throw it to the referee or Lovie Smith on the sidelines as he is to a receiver down field. The man is no running threat at all. I think the only way to maybe get Rex to run would be to release an actual bear on the field while outfitting him with raw meat underpants.

Of course there were many in this city, including a certain blog writer that you may or may not be reading right now and you may or may not read regularly, who thought that this was the last game of the season. People always tell me to have hope but this is Chicago. You develop a certain kind of hopelessness when it comes to sports teams in Chicago. The strange thing is that this hopelessness never leaves no matter how many teams win championships. Somehow, no matter what, it always seems like a fluke. As if the governing board of whichever sport the team has just won the championship of will suddenly realize a horrible mistake has been made and make us take the trophy back and pretend the parade never happened.

I have lived through six Bulls NBA Championships. Rather than bask in the glow of the fact that this team which had such a miserable record for so long won six championships I am like most people in this town and despairing over the fact the team has stunk since Michael Jordan left. Of course they have made it to the playoffs for two years in a row but I really don't think anyone seriously thought the Chicago Bulls would make it make to the finals.

I have also seen the White Sox magically win the World Series. It still seems like some kind of dream I had a few years ago and I have a hard time remembering that it actually happened. I have all of the newspapers and memorabilia tucked away in a drawer to remind me but after their horrific fall in this past season it almost seems like 2005 never happened. Once more they were back in mediocrity mode in 2020 and it made all of 2005 seem like some kind of bizarre mistake.

So, it was with some trepidation that I watched the Bears playoff game this past weekend. While there were many who were hopeful and convinced they could beat the Seahawks, I will admit that I am not one of them. When it comes to Chicago sports I am always the naysayer. You can ask my fellow White Sox fans that I was predicting their doom every step of the way. Of course the more I screamed they would be defeated the more they won. As such, maybe the same will happen to the Bears.

Of course it all came down to the kicker. It's funny how NFL teams treat kickers. Most of them act like they are those annoying little brothers or kids from down the block who come and want to hang out with you even though you don't actually want them around. A lot of times kickers are foreigners who seem like they would be much more comfortable on a soccer field rather than kicking an oblong ball through uprights.

The thing is it often comes down to the kickers. I cannot tell you the number of times I have seen a game where if a field goal had just been made the game would have been won. Or perhaps the number of times I saw a game where the key was staying ahead of the opponents because of a made field goal.

Quarterbacks get all of the glory. A lot of times they are handsome. They have strong and muscular arms. They are supposed to the leader of the team on the field. They get much of the credit and the blame when the game goes well or not. They are the ones on television the most.

Still, it is the kicker who often comes up in the clutch. They stand there, separated from everyone else, the stadium often silent, judging the wind and visualizing the kick. Then the snap comes. The kicker moves, oblivious to all of the on-rushing players and noise and focusing just on the ball. Hopefully the holder has gotten the ball and put it down just right. Then the kicker kicks and off that ball goes. It's like time is suspended as that ball tumbles end over end over end. Hopefully it goes right through the uprights and everyone is happy. If it doesn't work then everyone talks about how the kicker isn't really part of the team and isn't really a football player.

Ever team during the off-season spends buckets of money on quarterbacks and receivers and defensive people. Yeah, sure, they are always important. However, many only think of the kicker as an afterthought. Strange considering the name of the game is "foot" ball and the only time a foot actually touches the ball is when someone kicks it. They are treated like the red-headed step-children and patted on the head and told to go back to the sidelines and keep kicking balls into nets. It's rather unfair really.

How many times does a quarterback just totally blow a run down the field and fail to get the ball into the endzone. Who always then has to come through and at least try to make sure the entire effort wasn't for naught? That's right, the kicker is the one. He has to come on the field and try like mad to kick that ball and hopefully come away with three points to at least the drive down-field isn't for nothing.

In many ways they are the unsung heroes. Maybe they have the build of a dancer instead of the muscles of a quarterback but they sure do things I couldn't do. How on earth does someone kick a pall over fifty yard down a very narrow-looking corridor and keep the whole wind thing in mind? I couldn't do it. I couldn't kick the damn ball ten yards. To me that means they deserve respect. They win games. It was the kicker who extended the Bears season one more week at least. It was the kicker who should get the credit if the Bears ultimately get to the Super Bowl.

Then again, we'll see how he does against the Saints next week. He may turn from hero to goat just that quickly.

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