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He was once a famous kicker for the Miami Dolphins, but he was eventually fired after losing the team a Super Bowl victory. Finkle went mad, fled from the Shady Acres mental institution, and underwent sex reassignment surgery to get away from the authorities. After that, he pretended to be a lost female hiker named Lois Einhorn and acted as a crooked senior Miami-Dade Police lieutenant.
Ray Finkle was born in the Florida county of Collier. He graduated from Collier High School in June 1976 and went on to Stetson University, where he graduated with honors in the Class of 1980. He earned the nickname “The Mule” as a football kicker, and he holds two NCAA division one records for most points in a season and distance. Finkle joined his home state’s NFL team, the Miami Dolphins, halfway through the 1982 season.
The team went all the way to the Super Bowl against the San Francisco 49ers, led by star quarterback Dan Marino and with Finkle having a great game. The Dolphins had a field goal on the final play, which if Finkle converted would win them the championship. However, he missed big right, and Miami lost. Marino kept the ball after it was snapped during the kick; in the aftermath of Super Bowl XVII, Finkle blamed Marino for the miss, saying he held the ball “laces-in” instead of “laces-out.” This, however, was dismissed as the rantings of a bitter loser. Coaches and team owners were also devastated by the defeat. Finkle’s contract was not extended after the season, and his image was ruined; as a result, no other team would sign him, presumably fearing that he would replicate this blunder when it mattered most, effectively ending his NFL career.
The laces were in!
Finkle, Ray Ray Finkle is the main character of the first film and a crooked Lieutenant in the Miami-Dade Police Department. He was previously the kicker for the Miami Dolphins. He assumed the identity of Lois Einhorn, a missing hiker and captain, and vowed vengeance on Dan Marino. Sean Young plays him, and Bill Zuckert provides the voice.
Ray Finkle was his first name, and he was a young football player who was drafted as a kicker by the Miami Dolphins in the middle of the season. Ace discovers that he has been missing from his investigation, which takes him to Finkle’s hometown. Mrs. Finkle shares Ray’s anger with Dan Marino, whom he blames for the Dolphins’ Super Bowl-winning field goal by holding the laces in rather than out, which lost them the game and turned the whole town against him. Ray’s obsession with the lost championship forced Mr. Finkle to send his son to Shady Acres Mental Hospital, according to Mr. Finkle, who believes his wife is senile. After seeing a film in Finkle’s place, Ace was led in the direction he needed to go by Finkle’s obsession with vengeance against Marino. While at Shady Acres, Ace came across a newspaper story about a woman named Lois Einhorn who went missing after being lost in the wilderness while hiking. Finkle had fled from Shady Acres, abducted Einhorn, and presumably murdered her in order to assume her identity in a veiled attempt at vengeance for his former squad, unbeknownst to anyone. Finkle’s parents have been pestered by the Shady Acres workers to pick up his belongings from storage since then.
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In Sunday’s 26-24 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers, Indianapolis Colts kicker Adam Vinatieri missed a game-winning 43-yard field goal attempt. The 46-year-old kicker, on the other hand, may have a genuine beef with holder Rigoberto Sanchez.
Fans soon found on replays that Sanchez set up the hold with the laces facing in when Vinatieri shanked the field goal attempt wide left. Holders are taught to leave the laces out to provide a consistent surface for the kicker to strike on.
The most important thing to remember is that if you’re hitting the ball directly — that is, if your strategy is flawless and you don’t have any other issues — it won’t be an issue for most people. The explanation for this is that if you’re hitting the ball dead on and coming through as you should, all the laces do is prevent you from getting the maximum compression of the ball. So it will drain some strength and will shift the ball a little, but it will not have a significant effect.