Found January 23, 2012 on
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Ravens kicker Billy Cundiff missed a 32-yard field goal with 11 seconds left that would have tied the AFC Championship Game at 23. The miss essentially gave the Patriots the win, sending them to the Super Bowl.
When Cundiff attempted his field goal, the entire play seemed rushed; the ball was snapped just before the play clock expired. Cundiff told Deadspin’s Stefan Fatsis that the entire sequence was rushed because of an error on the Gillette Stadium scoreboard.
According to Cundiff, and confirmed by the Ravens on tape, the Gillette Stadium scoreboard erroneously said Baltimore got a first down on a pass to Anquan Boldin. In actuality, Boldin was tackled a yard shy of the first down marker, setting up a 2nd and 1. So when it was second down for Baltimore, Cundiff thought it was first down because of what the scoreboard said, and so on.
By the time the team got to fourth down, Cundiff thought it was still third down thus he was unprepared for his kick.
Cundiff has accepted all blam...
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Baltimore Ravens kicker Billy Cundiff’s 32-yard missed field goal was the third-shortest in the final 30 seconds of the fourth-quarter or at any point in overtime of a postseason game in which the kick could tie the game, or give his team the lead, according to the Elias Sports Bureau. The two shorter kicks were [...]
Poor Billy Cundiff. The guy already feels bad enough — especially for Ray Lewis — that he blew the Ravens’ shot at going to Super Bowl 46. Now, he has to hear it from fans in other arenas in an entirely separate sport. As we all know, college basketball fans are some of the most clever in the country when it comes to taunting. At times they take it too far like these...
Ravens place kicker Billy Cundiff missed a game tying 32 yard chip shot field goal as time expired to hand the Patriots the AFC championship 23-20. This picture pretty much sums it up.
Previously on Outside the Boxscore, we have shown you some rather classic freak out clips from fans over team's losing.
However, this clip might take the cake as this Baltimore Ravens fan freaks out over Billy Cundiff's missed kick and kicks his own friends out his house.
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The ending was classic. Baltimore kicker Billy Cundiff had the chance to tie the game up with eleven seconds left with a 32-yard field goal, but he hooked it slightly wide left. The crowed went wild...