18. A Special Field Goal
A game-winning field goal is a very special moment. Kickers have to endure immense pressure as they only have one opportunity to get it right. Nobody wants to miss it because they know it could define their careers. In 2006, we saw one of the best-ever when Matt Bryant booted a sensational 62-yard field goal. It was just a regular-season game but it was still an extraordinary play to witness.
The Philadelphia Eagles played the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and overcame a 17 point deficit to lead the game. However, the Bucs were able to salvage a victory through Bryant. ‘Clutch’ should be his middle name because he didn’t feel the pressure at all with one of the longest field goals you’ll ever see. That type of accuracy from that distance in that stressful situation is remarkable.