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From wide right to double-doink: A brief history of missed kicks -- and a look at who’s left (or wide right) in this year's NFL playoffs

Tribune News Service Logo Tribune News Service | Slide 1 of 20: Poor Cody Parkey. The Bears embattled kicker outdid himself Sunday, hitting the upright for an uncanny sixth(!) time this season -- none bigger of course than the one that kept the Bears from advancing in the playoffs over Philly, which also hit the crossbar: the rare double-doink. Kickers have a long (sometimes short, but usually left or right) and storied history in college and the pros. Here's look at some infamous misses, and a report on who's left kicking this NFL postseason (and may be next on the list).

From wide right to double-doink: A brief history of missed kicks -- and a look at who’s left (or wide right) in this year's NFL playoffs

Poor Cody Parkey. The Bears embattled kicker outdid himself Sunday, hitting the upright for an uncanny sixth(!) time this season -- none bigger of course than the one that kept the Bears from advancing in the playoffs over Philly, which also hit the crossbar: the rare double-doink. Kickers have a long (sometimes short, but usually left or right) and storied history in college and the pros. Here's look at some infamous misses, and a report on who's left kicking this NFL postseason (and may be next on the list). Click to continue the slideshow.
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