The game is played a little different in Canadian Football. Take this play where Winnipeg (Manitoba) Kelvin High received a punt from the opposing team and instead of attempting to run it back, the returner punted the ball again and his team was able to recover the pigskin and score a touchdown!
According to Pep Rally:
However, in a nod to rugby, Canadian football holds that on scrimmage kicks (i.e., punts and missed field goals), the returning team can respond by immediately punting the ball back to the other team, creating a free-for-all where whichever team gets to the ball first will retain possession.
Can we implement this rule in the NFL?
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