Vikings kicker Blair Walsh authored one of the biggest choke-jobs in the history of pro sports Sunday, missing a 27-yard field goal attempt that would have sent the title-starved Vikings to the divisional round of the NFL playoffs. 

"It's a chip shot," Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer said after the game Sunday. "He's got to make it."

Walsh was understandably sick with himself following the game. 

"It's so quick that I don't know what happened," Walsh said, fighting through tears. "You have to go back and look at the film. But I can tell you this: It's my fault. I don't care whether you give me a watermelon whole, I should be able to put that one through. Jeff did his job. Kevin [McDermott] did his job. I'm the only one who didn't do his job. That's on me."

Many NFL fans on Twitter tweeted out that they would have made the chip shot of a kick. This Vikings fan above went outside in the sub-freezing temps to prove their point.

"You like that! You like that!," the Vikings fan said after making the 27-yarder in the snow. "Blair Walsh! It was that easy!"