Randy Moss Shows Up Cardinals and Seahawks by Kicking Two 28-Yard Field Goals…in Dress Shoes (Video)
The Arizona Cardinals and Seattle Seahawks embarrassed themselves in front of a national audience on Sunday night, playing to an insanely boring 6-6 draw lowlighted by two missed field goals from inside 30 yards in the dying minutes of overtime. So naturally, on Monday everybody was making fun of them. Including ESPN’s team of Monday Night Football analysts.
In Denver on Monday, prior to the showdown between the Broncos and Texans, the guys from ESPN’s Monday Night Countdown—Matt Hasselbeck, Charles Woodson, Trent Dilfer, Steve Young, and Randy Moss—took to the field to see if they could kick a 28-yard field goal. Most of them were unable to walk the walk. But Moss was.
Randy Moss, the most athletic wide receiver of his generation and a future first ballot Hall of Famer, made not one but two 28-yard field goals. While wearing dress shoes. And he made it look easy.
Take a look:
ESPN analysts attempt to kick FGs in Denver, the supercut pic.twitter.com/VhOnGY637F
— The Cauldron (ICYMI) (@CauldronICYMI) October 24, 2016
Now, obviously there was no defense and no pressure for Moss. But the dude was not a professional kicker, and he was wearing dress shoes. So either Randy Moss is a kicking prodigy, in which case the Cardinals or Seahawks should try to sign him, or he did a pretty good job highlighting just how terrible those missed kicks by Chandler Catanzaro and Stephen Hauschka really were.