To snap back

(Football) to roll the ball back with the foot; - done only by the center rush, who thus delivers the ball to the quarter back on his own side when both sides are ranged in line.

See also: Snap

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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It takes time to snap back [to place and maintain the distance],' Camara added.
Analysts expect retail sales to snap back by 1.0% in May after the 1.2% loss in April that was blamed on poor weather during the month (ice storm!).
For instance, if a member of this commission, say the US, accused Iran of failing to act in line with its commitments, it would be easy for sanctions to snap back into place." Actually, it would require all the European signers to agree with the United States for sanctions to snap back into place.
QPR need to snap back into action today if they're to stay in the Premier League.
In the same way most starlets seem to snap back into shape days after giving birth, SJP's wonder woman image only serves to make ordinary mums feel like failures.
For reasons yet to be determined, the protons in the lipoproteins of people with cancer were held more "loosely" -- they took a longer time to snap back into alignment than those of the other groups.
With Powell and Williams on tap later from the Fed and stocks set to open sharply lower, there remains some room for the elastic to snap back on yields.