Bironas' 8 FG game preserved in Canton

Rob Bironas, placekicker for the Tennessee Titans from 2005-2013, entered the NFL record books in 2007. He successfully converted eight field goal attempts during a 38-36 win over AFC South Division rival Houston Texans on Oct. 21, 2007 (NFL.com Game Center).  

The ball kicked by Bironas to establish the new mark arrived at the Pro Football Hall of Fame days later and was added to the Hall's permament collection.

Bironas converted field goals of 52, 25, 21, 30, 28, 43 yards with the final two coming from 29-yards out. The record kick came as time expired following a 63-yard drive in the final minute by Titans quarterback Kerry Collins.

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The previous mark of seven field goals in a game was first set by Jim Bakken in 1967 and most recently accomplished by Billy Cundiff in 2003.  Two other kickers, Rich Karlis (1989) and Chris Boniol (1996) have also kicked seven field goals in a game.

Here is a quarter-by-quarter look at Bironas’ feat:

1st Quarter
52-yards
25-yards

2nd Quarter

21-yards
30-yards
28-yards

3rd Quarter

43-yards

4th Quarter

29-yards
29-yards


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