San Francisco 49ers kicker Jake Moody made NFL history by scoring the first points of Super Bowl LVIII.
Moody, a rookie, booted the longest field goal in Super Bowl history in the second quarter against the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday with a 55-yard field goal to push the Niners ahead 3-0. Former Buffalo Bills kicker Steve Christie previously held the record with a 54-yarder against the Dallas Cowboys in Super Bowl XXVIII.
This was a nice start for Moody after only making three field goals in his five postseason attempts this year. Moody made 21 of his 25 attempts during the regular season.
Jake Moody drills a 55-yard field goal, the longest FG in Super Bowl history. 🙌
— NFL (@NFL) February 12, 2024
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