31. Longest Play in NFL History (109 Yards)
Set By: Antonio Cromartie
Maybe it's a technicality, but this play will never be beaten, ever. Sure, someone could tie it, but this is a list of "unbreakable records," after all. There was a time where Cromartie was known as more than just a below average cornerback with a strong seed and big mouth; he was a big play specialist for the Chargers who had speed to burn, and on this night he proved it. Teams remember this play when attempting long field goals now, though, so it is less likely than ever that someone would even have a shot at attempting such a long return.