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The kicker on field goals is rushed and only has 3 yards to run up and kick the ball. On the other hand the kicker on Kickoffs has whatever is comfortable yards for them.

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Q: How come nfl kickers can kick the ball for over 80 yards on a kick off but the longest field goal made is only 63 yards?
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