Pat McAfee Breaks Guinness World Record for Longest Blindfolded Field Goal Made
Indianapolis Colts punter Pat McAfee apparently just broke the Guinness Book of World Records for the longest blindfolded field goal made in American Football history:
No word yet on the official distance, but the “Boomstick” apparently made it on his first try, while taking part in NFL Super Bowl 50 festivities:
Additionally, McAfee was taking part in his usual punting gig, as he looked to strike on-field targets from a significant distance:
The Colts eccentric punter was already excited about his latest record-breaking achievement, as he updated his Twitter profile to include “Guinness World Record Holder”:
However, the question for head coach Chuck Pagano now is whether we’ll ever get to see McAfee attempt a field goal in a real game–as he’s currently a world record holder at the craft.