Longest field goal in playoff history

Graham Gano, who already owns a piece of history with one of the longest field goals ever, is also a part of the playoff record books.

Kicking for the Carolina Panthers in 2017, Gano took the field before halftime against the New Orleans Saints.

Before time expired, Gano drilled a 58-yard kick to tie the record for the longest field goal in postseason history.

Gano’s kick tied Miami Dolphins kicker Pete Stoyanovich, who hit a 58-yard field goal on the first play of the second quarter against the Kansas City Chiefs.

Just behind Gano and Stoyanovich are three kickers (Mike Nugent, Wil Lutz, Greg Zuerlein) who have hit 57-yard field goals in the NFL playoffs.


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