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Encyclopedia > Tom Tupa

Tom Tupa is a National Football League punter. He has 19 years of experience and is thus a veteran. He has also been known to be a good guy in every community he has lived in throughout his outstanding NFL career. If you try to play a multi-year league in Madden on Playstation, the computer will force him to retire. He is also known as "Tommy T, Quality" and "Tommy, Good guy in the community, Tupa". Tommy is well known as the man who recorded the first two point conversion in NFL history. A veteran refers to a person who is experienced in a particular area, particularly referring to people in the armed forces. ...


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The Punter's Day in the Sun (washingtonpost.com) (970 words)
But the inordinate amount of punts hasn't reduced Tupa's accuracy or leg strength; Tupa has the fifth-best gross average in the NFL at 44.1 yards per punt and is tied with Todd Sauerbrun of the Carolina Panthers for the league lead with 18 punts inside the 20-yard line.
Tupa's net average is unspectacular at 36.6 yards, among the middle of the pack, partly because of occasional breakdowns in the Redskins' punt coverage.
Tupa was selected as quarterback and punter by the Phoenix Cardinals in the third round of the 1988 draft.
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