Brett Maher, placekicker for the Dallas Cowboys had to re-kick a 60-yard field goal to end the first half against the Minnesota Vikings. The game is played at the U.S Bank Stadium in Minnesota.

Also Read: Novak Djokovic takes home biggest paycheck ever in tennis with 2022 ATP Finals win: How much did he earn?


The Cowboys lead 23-3 at the end of the first half.

The prior play where CeeDee Lamb scored the touchdown was still under review. After he made it, the refs ruled the prior play was still not called and hence he has to retake it, which he did successfully.

After making a 60-yard field goal to end the first half, Brett Maher is four-of-four from 60-plus yards in his career, the most 60-yarders in NFL history. No other kicker has more than two 60-yard field goals.

He attended Nebraska and has also played for the Washington Football Team, Houston Texans, and Arizona Cardinals. The Cowboys signed Maher for the third time on August 9, 2022. Maher made three field goals against the New York Giants on Monday Night Football on September 26, 2022. On October 2, 2022, Maher made all four field goals of the distance 53,45,28 and 29 yards against the Washington Commanders, despite having an extra point blocked, his fourth of his career.

Also Read: Denver Broncos hold moment of silence for LGBTQ club Colorado Springs shooting victims ahead of Raiders game

The team from Dallas is having a terrific game against the team that has the second-best record in the entire league. Apart from this, they are on a three-game winning streak during which they have also defeated the Green Bay Packers last week, albeit in overtime. With a fairly easier schedule ahead, they are on course to qualify for the playoffs in the wildcard round.

In the current game, QB Prescott has thrown for 251 yards for two touchdowns, completing 19 out of his 22 passes. Both of his receiving TDs have been caught by the wide receiver while in the rushing department, it was Ezekiel Elliot who rushed with 15 times for 42 yards and to touchdowns.