St. Louis Rams specialists put together kicking trick-shot video
Rams punter Johnny Hekker, kicker Greg Zuerlein and long snapper Jake McQuaide teamed up with Dude Perfect to make a kicking trick-shot video.
It looks like Havard 'Kickalicious' Rugland's monopoly on kicking trick-shot video's is officially over.
The video answers several kicking questions that most of us have wondered throughout life, such as: Is punting a football into a baby pool from 75 yards away possible? Is banking a field goal into a basketball hoop from 60 yards away doable? Can Hekker do the robot? Do the guys at Dude Perfect always over-celebrate every time a trick shot is made?
The answer to all of these questions, of course, is yes.
The most impressive part of the video isn't even a kick; it's a 75-yard throw by Hekker. The former high school quarterback, who threw a touchdown pass against the Seahawks in 2012, shows off his arm in one of the trick-shots that doesn't involve his foot.
The second most impressive feat is probably Zuerlein banking a field goal into a basketball hoop from 60 yards away.
McQuaide, the Rams' long snapper, doesn't get much face time, but he probably doesn't care because he signed a four-year extension with the team on Monday.
Are the Rams' specialists more 'Kickalicious' than Rugland or does the music in Rugland's trick-shot video give him the edge?
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