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X League 2019

X League 2019Panasonic Impulse

Fujitsu Frontiers 28 vs Panasonic Impulse 26
Fujitsu Frontiers   Panasonic Impulse
Date : 16/Dec/2019
Weather : Sunny
Venue : Tokyo Dome
spectators : 19,984
チーム名 1Q 2Q 3Q 4Q TOTAL
Fujitsu Frontiers 7 7 7 7 28
Panasonic Impulse 0 10 10 6 26

得点経過

TEAM Q TIME PLAY PLAYER(S) YARD TFP PLAYER(S) G/NG
Frontiers 1 11:40 PASS #18 Takagi → #81 Nakamura 38 KICK #11 Nishimura G
Impulse 2 01:29 PASS #18 Lawrence → #15 Tonka 38 KICK #11 Saeki G
Frontiers 2 02:16 PASS #18 Takagi → #81 Nakamura 29 KICK #11 Nishimura G
Impulse 2 06:01 FG #11 Saeki 33
Impulse 3 01:42 INT #32 Koike 39 KICK #11 Saeki G
Impulse 3 11:46 FG #11 Saeki 29
Frontiers 3 11:57 RUSH #29 Grant 75 KICK #11 Nishimura G
Frontiers 4 06:33 FUM #22 Iwamatsu KICK #11 Nishimura G
Impulse 4 09:20 RUSH #5 Mitchell 3 PASS NG

1st Quarter

JAPAN X BOWL Panasonic Impulse
JAPAN X BOWL Panasonic Impulse

On Monday, December 16th, 2019, the Fujitsu Frontiers (“Frontiers”) played the 33rd Japan X Bowl against the Panasonic Impulse (“Impulse”) at Tokyo Dome. The game started with the Frontiers’ kickoff in front of 19,984 fans.
WR Narita (No. 15) stopped the Impulse return at the Impulse’s 16. The Impulse got some first downs but effective plays by DB Onuki (No. 21), OLB Cho (No. 44) and LB Takeuchi (No. 35) with fouls by the Impulse ended the Impulse’s drive in their own territory. The Frontiers started their first drive at their own 11, gained 41 yards in 10 plays but punted in mid-field. When the Impulse’s next drive ended, WR Kotsusa (No. 13) made an 18-yard return on the punt. They started the drive at the Impulse’s 42 but only gained 4 yards, leaving 6 on the fourth down. After the timeout, they chose to play and made a 38-yard touchdown pass to WR Nakamura (No. 81) who had run in the center of the end zone, scoring first.

2nd Quarter

JAPAN X BOWL Panasonic Impulse
JAPAN X BOWL Panasonic Impulse

In the first Impulse’s drive of the quarter, they gained 18 yards, then 15 yards and finally they made a 38-yard touchdown pass, tying the score. The following kickoff was a squib kick, which bounced in front of the returner Kotsusa, who caught it calmly and made a forty-seven-yard return. The Frontiers started the drive at the Impulse’s 35 and in the second play Nakamura ran through the right side to make his second touchdown of the day, regaining the 7-point lead. In the next Impulse’s drive, they got to the Frontiers’ 19 but lost some yards on fouls and by tackles by Takeuchi, scoring only a FG. After they exchanged punts, at 3 minutes 11 seconds to go, the Frontiers gained 55 yards to 19 yards to the end zone but lost the ball on a fumble. In the first half the Frontiers got 2 touchdowns and the Impulse 1 touchdown and 1 FG, making the score 14-10.

3rd Quarter

JAPAN X BOWL Panasonic Impulse
JAPAN X BOWL Panasonic Impulse

The 3rd quarter was a tough time for the Frontiers. The Impulse’s kickoff was a touchback and the Frontiers started their drive at their own 25. After they got the first down, a pass was intercepted and returned all the way for a touchdown, giving up the lead at 14-17. In the Frontiers’ next drive, QB was sacked twice and they punted from their own territory. The Impulse’s drive within 7 minutes to go, they came as close as 3 yards to the end zone, but Takeuchi tackled the scrambling QB. The Frontiers stopped the Impulse’s special play to only allow a FG, to set up the big play coming next. RB Grant (No. 29), who had been struggling in the game, ran through the offense line to the left, leaving the defense for 75 yards for a touchdown. The Frontiers regained the lead, 21-20.

4th Quarter

JAPAN X BOWL Panasonic Impulse
JAPAN X BOWL Panasonic Impulse

The last quarter was not for the faint of heart. The Impulse immediately gained 77 yards and tried a FG, but OLB Mathis (No. 5) put a hand to make it fail. Then the Frontiers gained 77 yards for a touchdown. At the end, WR Iwamatsu (No. 22) recovered the football in the end zone that Grant fumbled. The Frontiers leading by 8, the Impulse made a 42-yard pass at third and 7, getting a touchdown and tried a 2-point conversion to tie the game. The Frontiers would not yield and kept the score 28-26 with 2 minutes 40 seconds to go. The Frontiers desperately wanted a first down but had to punt, needing just 1 yard. The Impulse started their drive at their own 41 at a minute and 29 seconds to go, needing only a FG for the championship. However they lost 10 yards for successive false starts at third and 2 and their fourth down pass failed under the huge pressure by the Frontiers, who became the champions once again.




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