WATCH: Justin Tucker hits NFL record 66-yard field goal to lift the Ravens over the Lions

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Arguably the best to ever do it, former Longhorn Justin Tucker is back at it again hitting a game winner that has Texas A&M fans in their feelings.

In a game where the Baltimore Ravens as a whole did not perform as well as they would have liked, there is one thing for certain and that is Tucker’s ability to come up clutch when the game is on the line.

The Ravens were trailing the Detroit Lions by one with just three seconds left on the clock. Baltimore called upon the former Texas kicker to hit what measured out to be a 66-yard field goal from dead center.

The snap and the hold were perfect, meaning Tucker just had to put everything he had into the long kick to put the Ravens at 2-1 on the year.

The rest is history.

The 66-yard kick is the longest field goal in NFL history. Prior to the game winner over the Lions, Tucker had made just one field goal from 60-plus yards in five career attempts, with his lone make being from 61 yards.

Tucker’s record field goal should leave no doubt that he is the best kicker of all-time.