Outkick Your Coverage

What does outkick your coverage mean?

To have a romantic partner who is much more attractive than you

Outkick your coverage is a phrase that refers to when you are dating someone who is much more attractive than you. The phrase comes from American football - in which a punter may kick a ball too far down the field, past his coverage team, allowing the opposing player who receives the ball to slip through gaps in the coverage. When used in a romantic sense, the phrase implies you managed to snatch up a person who is "out of your league."

The person who is "out of your league" may be more physically attractive, have a better personality, or have more money than you. They may also possess a combination of all those traits. When someone says you outkicked your coverage, it's not necessarily meant as a dis. It may, in fact, be a compliment on your ability to snag an appealing partner.

Example

"Is that your wife?"
"Yep."
"Wow, you sure outkicked your coverage!"
"I know, I'm a lucky man."
An example of a man outkicking his coverage

An example of a man outkicking his coverage

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Last Updated: April 6, 2022

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