The world's Longest NFL touchdown


THE WORLD'S LONGEST
NFL TOUCHDOWN

THE LONGEST LIST OF THE LONGEST STUFF AT THE LONGEST DOMAIN NAME AT LONG LAST

What was the world's longest NFL touchdown?

On November 4, 2007 the San Diego Chargers were playing the Minnesota Vikings. Ryan Longwell attempted a 58 yard field goal, but missed, the ball was caught by Charger, Antonio Cromartie, just short of being out of the endzone.

Antonio Cromartie ran, and ran and ran, with a few moves put in to sidestep some tackles. When all was said and done he had scored a touchdown, the NFL's longest touchdown.

Unofficially the length of his touchdown was 109 yards, 2 feet and 11 inches, officially it went down in the record books as 109 yards.

The previous record was a measly 108 yards by Chicago Bear's Nathan Vasher on November 13 2005.

The world's Longest NFL touchdown

The world's Longest NFL touchdown

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