We didn’t need any further proof that Adam Vinatieri is the GOAT NFL kicker, but on Friday he padded his Hall of Fame resume with an absurd show of skill.

The Indianapolis Colts kicker was at the NFL Experience ahead of Super Bowl LI in Houston when he set a new Guinness World Record by hitting 28 field goals in 60 seconds.

After accomplishing the feat, Vinatieri wasn’t exactly overwhelmed with the feels, though.

“It’s cool,’’ Vinatieri said, per FOX 59. “Does it compare to kicking in the Super Bowl? Probably not.’’

A veteran of high-pressure kicks and catalyst for four Super Bowl wins, Vinatieri is still one of the best kickers in the NFL at the age of 44. And now he’s a world-record holder to boot.

As a result of his accomplishment, Barclaycard will donate $15,000 to the Pat Tillman Foundation.

“It’s an awesome experience to have this many people around to watch this, enjoy this,’’ Vinatieri said. “The best part of this is I get to partake in something that benefits the Pat Tillman Foundation. Helps veterans, giving scholarships to vets and their families. What Pat stood for and who he was as a man, how do you not want to jump on this no matter what? When they asked, it was a no-brainer.’’

Needless to say, it was a win-win for everyone involved.

Jesse Reed
Managing Editor at Sportsnaut. Featured on Yardbarker and MSN.com, and formerly was a breaking news writer/NFL analyst for Bleacher Report.