You’re Not Going To Believe This Justin Tucker Game-Winning Field Goal

The Ravens kicker made a NFL record 66-yard field goal to win the game

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Baltimore Ravens kicker Justin Tucker absolutely stunned the Detroit Lions with a game-winning 66-yard field goal as time expired Sunday, and earned a place in the NFL record books in the process.

Tucker’s right leg propelled the Ravens to a 19-17 win as his 66-yard field goal bounced off the cross bar and landed between the up rights.

It set a record as the longest kick in NFL history as the previous record was a 64-yard boot from Matt Prater in 2013.

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That is an absolutely insane win for the Ravens and a devastating loss for head coach Dan Campbell and the Lions. Detroit took a 17-16 lead with a 35-yard field goal from Ryan Santoso with 1:04 left in regulation.

Baltimore quarterback Lamar Jackson then orchestrated a game-winning drive which included a conversion on fourth-and-19. Jackson hit Sammy Watkins for a 36-yard reception to advance the Ravens to the Detroit 48 yard line.

Tucker’s kick came three plays later after one spike and one incomplete pass.

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