yes, as long as it goes in between it is a fieldgoal
A fieldgoal is a gridiron football term.
57 yards. It was kicked by Alex Henery in the Colorado game in Lincoln in 2008.
Stephen Gostkowski's 29-yard field goal.
The ball is kicked in American football: at kick off, during fieldgoal attempts, and when punted.
No. Field goals can only be scored from a scrimmage kick that makes contact with the ground.
Per the NFL Rules digest the Cross Bar is 10'-0" above the playing field.
No, if the clock runs out and the ball is still in play, a player can enter the endzone and have it counted as a touchdown.
It depends on where it is kicked from. It would be the yardage from where the ball is snapped plus the additional 10 yards of the endzone plus seven yards (the typical yardage the holder sets behind the center). Therefore, if the fieldgoal is kicked from the 40 yard line, it would be considered a 57 yard fieldgoal. That's only six yards short of the NFL record of 63 yards, held by Saints kicker Tom Dempsey.