Detroit NFL history is another historical chapter. Justin Tucker scored the longest field goal in league history. The scene in the video.
Baltimore Ravens soccer player Justin Tucker made history in the NFL, scoring a field goal from 66 yards. In doing so he helped his team achieve success at 19:17 over the Detroit Lions. He scored the longest field goal in NFL history – at the last second.
Football even jumped on the crossbar. From there he jumped over the line – and the field goal was counted. The previous record was 64 yards. Matt Prater took care of this in 2013.
However, German soccer player Jacob Johnson (26) suffered a setback in the NFL with the New England Patriots. On the third day of the game, Foxborough conceded defeat at home at 13:28 to the New Orleans Saints. This was the Patriots’ second defeat of the season for the full-back from Stuttgart.
The Detroit Lions are worse off. Rookie team Amon Ra St. Brown (21) lost to the Baltimore Ravens with midfielder Lamar Jackson in the last second 17:19. Detroit is still waiting for its first win of the new season. Receiver Saint Brown earned a pass of two yards from space.
The Kansas City Chiefs and Los Angeles Chargers had a fierce duel. Chiefs around superstar Patrick Mahomes, Super Bowl 2020 champion and 2021 finalist, had to admit defeat to the guests from California at 24:30. Kansas City still has just one win.
Mahomes hit 15,000 yards faster than any other professional in the NFL. The quarterback only needed 49 games.
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