Green Bay Packers kicker Mason Crosby (2) kicks a 57-yard field goal against the Dallas Cowboys during the first half of Sunday's game at AT&T Stadium.
Lost among the superlatives inspired by the Green Bay Packers' come-from-behind victory Sunday was the continuation of Mason Crosby's own comeback story.
The seventh-year kicker is on pace for his best season, and his 57-yard field goal on the Packers' opening drive against the Dallas Cowboys tied for second longest in franchise history. In fact, Crosby is author of the five longest field goals in team annals.
This after a tumultuous 2012, when Crosby connected on a career-low 63.6 percent of his field goal attempts and almost lost his job. His detractors were at a fever pitch and this season ...