The Arizona Cardinals tried the longest field goal in football history on Sunday, and the end result was a touchdown by another team.
For some reason, the Cardinals coach Cliff Kingsbury asked kicker Matt Platt to attempt a 68-yard shot with seconds left in the first half. As expected, the kick was short. Jamal Agnew, the returner of the Jacksonville Jaguars, waited in the back of the end zone, not expecting the ball to reach the goal post. This is exactly what happened.
Then Agnew broke the tackle and got a few big chunks on the way to the end zone.