During Monday's playoff game, ESPN commentators Peyton Manning and his brother Eli were visibly surprised when Dallas Cowboys kicker Brett Maher failed to convert his third consecutive extra point. Peyton, the notorious kicker-hater of the family, had a memorable reaction to the situation.
The Cowboys ultimately emerged victorious by defeating the Tampa Bay Buccaneers with a final score of 31-14. However, by the time Maher missed his third kick, Manning was ready to replace him even though the Cowboys were leading 18-0 at the time.
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“You have got to be kidding me!” Manning said while standing up and walking out of the room. “Why are we kicking it?! Why are we kicking it?!”
ESPN camera panned to Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, who also seemed to be displeased with the situation.
“He can’t believe it. Talk about a buzz-kill,” Eli Manning said upon seeing Jones. “No one’s ever missed three extra points in a row. Gotta be a record.”
“Can you cut a guy at halftime of a playoff game?” Peyton questioned.
Up until Monday's game, Maher had been having a successful season - converting 50 out of 53 extra point attempts - but the four misses landed him in the NFL record books for the most extra point misses in a playoff game.
“They might be looking for a kicker next week,” former Cowboy ESPN commentator Troy Aikman deadpanned.
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