MATT PRATER RUMORS & GOSSIP
I might have just found the defensive play of the year. The defender’s name is WIND and he plays for New Mexico Military. The blocking force was so strong it ended up causing a Safety. Great play by W-I-N-D. Poor Punter
Broncos 51, Titans 28. With AP Photos. By EDDIE PELLS AP National Writer All season, Matt Prater has been an afterthought on a team that's rewriting the record books on the strength of Peyton Manning's passing arm.
Now, the Broncos kicker has his name next to one of the most hallowed NFL marks of all.
Prater booted a 64-yard field goal to highlight Denver's 51-28 victory...
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Today Matt Prater’s kick, out of an Aaron Brewer snap and a Britton Colquitt hold, set an NFL record, at 64 yards. It gave the Broncos a boost along the way as they went on to a 51-28 victory at Sports Authority Field at Mile High. “Such an awesome moment, I’m glad it came in […]
On an afternoon when the NFL Media newsroom erupted with cheers several times, the loudest was reserved for Denver Broncos kicker Matt Prater.
Prater broke the NFL record with a 64-yard field goal to draw within one point of the Tennessee Titans going into halftime of Sunday's game.
The previous record of 63 yards was shared by Tom Dempsey, Jason Elam, Sebastian Janikowski and David Akers.
Tom Dempsey’s field goal record of 63 yards stood for 43 years. Three other kickers – Jason Elam, Sebastian Janikowski and Davis Akers – have tied the mark since, but none has eclipsed it until this Sunday when Matt Prater broke it at the end of the first half of the Titans-Broncos game. Worth noting that Prater’s, Janikowski’s and Elam’s kicks all happened a mile above...
With :03 left in the first half and Denver down by 4, Matt Prater set up for a NFL record 64 yard field goal attempt. Prater nailed it and set the all-time record, previously set at 63 yards by Tom Dempsey, Sebastian Janikowski, and former Bronco Jason Elam. To be fair, Tom Dempsey is the only kicker to do it outside of Denver…and he kicked with half a foot.
You know it was going to happen soon. Kickers are getting better and better each year. Matt Prater of the Denver Broncos just set the NFL record for the longest field goal ever made at 64 yards. The kick barely made it, but all that matters is that it went through.
The previous record was 63 yards. Four kickers had accomplished it: Tom Dempsey (1970), Jason Elam (1998), Sebastian...
Broncos kicker Matt Prater kicked converted the longest field goal in the history of the NFL today when he nailed a 64-yarder against the Titans.
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Matt Prater has had himself quite the year with the Broncos, and he’s continued his reliability today vs. the Titans.
Now, he’s kicked his way to history, as he booted a 64 yard field goal late in the 2nd quarter to pull the Broncos closer to the Titans just before the half.
Mile High Stadium is known for the best kicks due to the altitude, the three longest kicks in history...
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Add this to the insane The Broncos’ Matt Prater broke the NFL record for the longest field-goal in an NFL game after recording this 64-yarder Sunday against the Tennessee Titans. Snow-filled day has led to an insane day of NFL action.