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Instant Lookback: Jason Myers Makes Longest Field Goal In Seahawks History

Jason Myers's 61-yard field goal against the Los Angeles Rams set a new franchise record.


Jason Myers officially holds the record for longest three points in Seahawks history.

Down 10-17 in the waning moments of the first half of their divisional matchup against the Los Angeles Rams, Seattle was determined to head into the locker room with a few more points. On 4th and 10, with 0:02 left on the game clock, the special teams unit stepped onto the field where Jason Myers would line up behind the 50-yard line.

Launching the ball from the logo, a 61-yard attempt, his kick had just enough power to sneak the ball over the bar. With the longest field goal of his career, Myers also set a Seahawks franchise record.

Myers also made a field goal in the fourth quarter to make 21 straight field goal attempts, which is the third-longest streak in franchise history.

Pregame photos of the Seahawks warming up to take on the Los Angeles Rams at SoFi Stadium.

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