Why It's Almost Impossible to Kick a 90-Yard Field Goal | WIRED

The world record for an NFL field goal is 64 yards, but place kickers have sent the ball far further in practice. Is a 90-yard kick possible? To find out, WIRED’s Robbie Gonzalez explores the physics of long kicks and gets a lesson from pro kicker Harrison Butker.

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Why It’s Almost Impossible to Kick a 90-Yard Field Goal | WIRED

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29 thoughts on “Why It's Almost Impossible to Kick a 90-Yard Field Goal | WIRED

  1. Want to improve how far and hard kickers kick the ball? Tell them, just imagine the football is your girlfriends head

  2. 25 is good for high school?any football(the actual football,deal with it) player can hit that with ease….

  3. NFL players: kick 60 yard field goals in front of thousands of fans screaming at them
    Me: stubs my toe trying to kick a 20 yard field goal in front of my dad

  4. When I was in HS in practice I kicked a 54 yard field goal. OK, there was about a 35 mph tail wind. So what. I rule.

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