Colts’ Pat McAfee sets Guinness World Record for longest blindfolded FG

Pat McAfee can now add Guinness World Record holder to his resume.
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Along with being one of the league’s best punters, Pat McAfee is among the funniest guys in the game today. His social media accounts are filled with hilarious photos and videos, and his on-field celebrations are second-to-none with his fellow punters.

The 2014 All-Pro’s accomplishments don’t end there. He’s now a Guinness World Record holder. McAfee took to his Instagram to announce the exciting news after be broke the previous record for the longest blindfolded field goal.

And he didn’t take long to update his Twitter bio as a Guinness World Record holder.

It’s not clear how long the kick was good from, but judging from these photos on Twitter, it looks like McAfee was attempting field goals from 70 yards out. 

He wasn’t alone in attempting to break records. Former Seahawks long snapper Nate Boyer tried to set one for the longest long snap. And it looks like he succeeded:  

These are just some of the many activities players partake in during the offseason. Why not try to break a few world records?