In any case, what is the nature of the touchdown? Can we call it an “event,” a rupture in the free play of the team which has, as its purpose, the seeming intention—or what we might want to call “intention”—of scoring? Yet each time this event occurs, we see a reversal on the field, a repetition, a re-tracing of movements and plays that have always already existed. A redoubling signifying an accomplishment only in quotation marks. The touchdown, then, must be seen as a center that is not a center, a happening that appears to move play forward but in fact only emphasizes the impossibility of any such forward momentum on this grid we may call a “field,” this plane hosting the manifestations of theater Sunday after Sunday.