63 Yard Field Goal
September 13, 2011 by staff
63 Yard Field Goal, As for NFL games is gone, the second half of the double Monday Night Football with the Raiders and Broncos roads has been neglected and full of sorrows. However, during the first 30 minutes of play, Oakland has been the team better, more consistent in all phases, including two minutes of defense and attack.
The chain of events that led to Sebastian Janikowski’s NFL record of scoring 63-yard field began with 24 seconds left in the first half and the Raiders 13-3 lead. Oakland safety Matt Giordano intercepted a pass from Kyle Orton as Denver was driving.
The Raiders took over his own line of 24 yards and a lack Broncos staff, along with Jason Campbell’s pass to Marcel Reece who was 16 yards to the Raiders have the Denver 45-yard line.
With five seconds left, Janikowski took the field and calmly split the uprights from 63 yards away. And we’re not kidding. There was never a question.
In pre-game, Sea Bass was one of 70 yards passing in the same direction. His previous career long is 61 meters. In his career, Janikowski is 29 by 56 meters over 50, and now made three field goals beyond 60 yards.
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