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.
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