Here are the top 10 longest field goals in NFL history
Records are made to break and sports have a wide range of history related to them. NFL is one of the most interesting sport in the world, having a history with many breathtaking moments.
This article will tell you about the top 10 longest field goals in NFL history. Can you guess for how long Tom Dempsey held the record for the longest field goal in NFL history?
Longest NFL Field Goals
- Matt Prater – 64 yards
- Tom Dempsey – 63 yards
- Jason Elam – 63 yards
- Sebastian Janikowski – 63 yards
- David Akers – 63 yards
- Matt Bryant – 62 yards
- Sebastian Janikowski – 61 yards
- Jay Feely – 61 yards
- Justin Tucker – 61 yards
- Greg Zuerlein – 61 yards
In 2013, Matt Prater scored the longest field goal in NFL history. He found the opportunity to throw the ball from 64 yards and helped Broncos defeat the Tennessee Titans, 51-28.
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Before the world record in 2013, Tom Dempsey held the record for longest field goal for 28 years. In 1970, he kicked the ball from 63 yards and helped New Orleans win the game against Detroit Lions.
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