While practicing for this Sunday's Pro Bowl in Orlando, Florida, Baltimore Ravens kicker Justin Tucker hit a field goal from a jaw-dropping 75 yards out.
And since it's 2017, of course he filmed the kick, which hooked into the left upright goal post, and promptly uploaded it to Twitter with the hashtag #RavensFlock.
It was a personal best for the 27-year-old Texas Longhorn, albeit just in a practice. Tucker's actual career long is a 61-yarder he hit in 2013 against the Lions. Tucker also hit a 69-yarder in training camp last year. To give a little bit of context, the longest field goal in NFL history is 64 yards, a record set by the Broncos' Matt Prater in 2013.
Not to rain on Tucker's parade, but things were definitely in the placekicker's favor, as there was a strong wind that can be seen in the waving flags along the goal post. Most importantly, this was just practice, so he didn't have a 300 pound war-ready blocker sprinting at him at breakneck speeds. But even so, it's still impressive.
Tucker has been having a quite a season, tying another NFL record with 10 kicks from 50 yards and beyond.
The Pro Bowl goes down this Sunday.