Secret deodorant drags fans of Tampa Bay Buccaneers with an advertisement suggesting that American women's football player Carli Lloyd replaces deputy Matt Gay after missing a potential 34-meter field winning field in Sunday's loss for the New York Giants.
The advertisement appeared online and in the Tampa Bay Times, in which Lloyd kicked a field goal last month during the Philadelphia Eagles training camp. Lloyd's video that kicked that 55-meter field goal even became viral, after which reports emerged that a few NFL teams were interested in signing her.
& # 39; Hey Bucs fans, are you sweating 34-yarders? & # 39; the secret advertisement is. & # 39; Not Carli Lloyd. Secret believes that power is more than overcoming what makes us sweat. It continues to strive for progress and equality in all sectors and sectors. Women are not allowed to play professional football (yet), but isn't it time for a level playing field wherever they want to play? & # 39;
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Carli Lloyd champion was not shy about re-posting the ad on various social media platforms
Carli Lloyd hit a field goal of 55 meters during a joint training camp training Ravens-Eagles
Afterwards, Lloyd was congratulated by kickers Justin Tucker (Ravens) and Jake Elliott (Eagles)
The 37-year-old two-time world champion was not shy about re-posting the ad on various social media platforms.
A rookie fifth round pick, Gay also missed an extra point in the first quarter of Monday's 32-31 loss to New York, and he previously missed a 42-yard field goal against the Carolina Panthers in week 2.
Gay is actually the 11th kicker of the team since 2009, but coach Bruce Arians insists he is not looking for a 12th.
& # 39; You have paid your money, (whatever) you want to say, & # 39; Arians said Monday about fans who are in the midst of criticism of Gay. & # 39; He is not going anywhere. & # 39;
As Lloyd & # 39; s old coach James Galanis told ESPN, Lloyd received offers from two NFL teams last month, but he said it is unlikely that she will pursue a place-kick career until she has had a full train out of season.
A rookie fifth round pick, Tampa Bay Buccaneers kicker Matt Gay missed an extra point and a 34-yard potential game-winning field goal in the loss of 32-31 Monday to New York, and he previously missed a 42-yard field goal against the Carolina Panthers in week 2
Lloyd critics have pointed out that the five-step approach she used in viral video would not work in the NFL, where kickers usually use a faster three-step approach to avoid the outstretched arms of opposing special teams.
Others suggested that Lloyd was only considered because she is a woman.
& # 39; Fortunately, there are adults in management positions for Tampa Bay, & # 39; said a critic of the 1-2 Buccaneers. & # 39; I know the vigils want this to happen, but reasonable thinking will win the day:) & # 39;
Lloyd still received a lot of support online.
& # 39; Yes, I just want men to miss important kicks in my team & # 39 ;, a person wrote in response to the aforementioned tweet.
& # 39; I want you in my Fantasy team & # 39 ;, another fan wrote.
Another fan suggested that she join her favorite team, the 1-2 Eagles: & # 39; The Iggles may need you … & # 39;
Los Angeles Chargers Widely Keenan Allen offered his skepticism on Twitter last month: “Sounds sweet until someone blocks the kick and suddenly she defends herself. Would be like the rush scene in the lion king movie. & # 39;
Allen did not completely decline her 55-meter field goal. As the 27-year-old former Cal-star on Twitter has added: & # 39; She does have a boot! & # 39;
Keenan Allen, the receiver of the charger, was not completely the goal of 55 meters from Carli Lloyd. As the 27-year-old former Cal-star on Twitter has added: & # 39; She does have a boot! & # 39;
Charger receiver Keenan Allen believes that the world cup winner should stick to her own sport
Lloyd is convinced that she could thrive with sufficient repetition with a three-step approach.
& # 39; The mentality that I have, I think with practice, I know I have to work on my steps and my technique, but I think I could do it and do it well & # 39 ;, she told NBC Sports in August. & # 39; It can be a huge pivotal moment. There is no reason why a woman cannot do this. & # 39;
Lloyd, who scored three goals last month en route to her second win at the World Cup in France, achieved several field goals, but achieved a 55-meter lead – nine meters for the then-Denver Broncos NFL record kicker Matt Prater in 2013 .
Lloyd, who scored three goals on her way to her second World Cup victory in July, achieved several field goals, but achieved a 55-meter lead – nine meters ahead of the then NFL record of the then Denver Broncos site kicker Matt Prater in 2013.
While kicking at the Eagles facility, the team organized a joint training with the Ravens, which is why veteran Baltimore punter Sam Koch is holding on to Lloyd as she made her 55-yard attempt.
What makes the performance even more impressive is the fact that Lloyd's field goal splits the posts from a narrower practice goal post, which has a shorter crossbar to increase the difficulty.
Social media users have been torn apart about the potential of Carli Lloyd as an NFL place kicker
Although the NFL has never had a female player, women have played collegially – especially as place kickers and gamblers. Katie Hnida, for example, became the first woman to score in a Division I-A bowl game in 2000 while kicking to Colorado, and later transferred to New Mexico, where she played for three seasons.
The NFL currently has many former soccer players (or & # 39; soccer players & # 39;) on rosters. Cleveland Browns star Odell Beckham Jr. said his football coach tried to convince him to play for the American junior national team when he was 14, but the All-Pro wide receiver eventually chose the gridiron.
More often, former football players have caught as place kickers and gamblers in the NFL.
In high school now retired kicker Josh Scobee played soccer with one of America's best, Clint Dempsey; and Pete Gogolak, born in Hungary, revolutionized the position after converting into the country as a teenager in 1956.
A twice FIFA player of the year, Lloyd, a midfielder, has 113 international goals for the United States in her career.
Lloyd, from nearby Delran Township, New Jersey is not the only Eagles fan in the American women's team. Teammate Julie Ertz is married to Eagles tight end Zach Ertz.
Lloyd currently plays for Sky Blue FC from Piscataway, New Jersey, in the National Women's Soccer League.
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