I wrote extensively about the Cardinals and Seahawks both missing field goals from inside 30 yards in overtime of Sunday night’s game. The longer was 28. The shorter was 24. So Monday, former Vikings wide receiver Randy Moss showed the world just how easy it is to make a field goal of that length. True, he didn’t have the pressure of all those fans watching him with a game on the line. But he was in dress shoes, so

It’s good! If you’ve ever messed around kicking field goals, you know 28 is a very reasonable distance. But 30? That’s asking a lot, if you ask me.

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