Chicago Bears special teams coordinator Joe DeCamillis has insisted that Robbie Gould's 58-yard field goal in the first half of their comeback win against the Cincinnati Bengals was not a surprise to him.
DeCamillis was quick to praise the professionalism of his kicker and said that Gould wants to be at the top of the NFL with his kicking.
"It felt reasonable because I saw him hit it in the pregame and because he told us that he could," DeCamillis told the club's official website.
"It looked to me like [it would have been good from] about 65, if I had to guess. But he hit that ball. I mean, he really did a nice job.
"I just think he is a competitive guy, and it's important to him. He really wants to be the best, and you can see it the way he brings it to practice every day."
Gould has an 85.7% success rate with his field goals throughout his career.