Australian punter Michael Dickson has once again wowed American football fans in the United States, this time with another thumping 56-yard drop kick playing for Seattle Seahawks.
Drop kicks have not been seen in the NFL in decades.
The history books show the last drop kick made by an NFL player for points was in 2005 and that was a fun play run by the New England Patriots at the end of the season.
The 22-year-old Dickson, who earlier this month became the first rookie punter to be included in the Pro Bowl in 33 years, has become a fan favourite this season.
Watching from the sidelines at the Sunday Night Football match against Kansas City in Seattle, Seahawks coach Pete Carroll was seen smiling and shaking his head in disbelief off the back of Dickson’s latest effort.
The commentators were equally in awe.
“How great is that?” remarked prominent NFL play-by-play caller Al Michaels, while watching a slow-motion replay of the kick.
“If I am a scout I am going to Australia!” co-commentator and former wide-receiver Cris Collingsworth added.
It’s only his rookie season and I already want a Dickson jersey #dropkick
— Go Seahawks Go🏈🏈 (@The12sSeahawks) December 24, 2018
This is Dickson’s second drop-kick kick-off in his NFL career.
A 55-yarder made headlines against Chicago Bears at Soldier Field earlier in the season.
Dickson has an Australian Rules background and was drafted by the Seahawks in the fifth round of the NFL Draft after playing US college football with the University of Texas in 2017.