Roberto Aguayo #19 of the Florida State Seminoles kicks off against the North Carolina State Wolfpack during the game at Doak Campbell Stadium on November 14, 2015 in Tallahassee, Florida. The Florida State Seminoles beat the North Carolina Wolfpack 34-17. (Photo by Jeff Gammons/Getty Images)

Bet Roberto Aguayo wished he hadn't said this at the NFL combine after his disastrous start

Tampa Bay kicker Roberto Aguayo said during a combine that field goals are easy, but he sure hasn't proved it in his preseason games!

Roberto Aguayo said during the NFL combine last February that he thinks field goals are easier to make in the NFL than high school. He sure hasn't proven it so far.

Aguayo, who was picked in the second round of this year's draft by Tampa Bay, has missed 3-of-5 field goal attempts in preseason games. He also missed an extra-point attempt, which is something he didn't do in his entire college career at Florida State.

According to, Aguayo said during the combine he thinks kicking field goals is easier on a professional field.

"To me field goals, it's easier," Aguayo said. "The hashes are closer. Growing up I always thought, wow, NFL is much easier than high school, let alone college."

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Aguayo still has time to break out of his funk before the Buccaneers open the season Sept. 11 at Atlanta.