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HISTORY
Individual Records: Points After TouchdownRecords updated through the 2006 season
Most Seasons Leading League
8 George Blanda, Chi. Bears, 1956; Houston, 1961-62; Oakland, 1967-69, 1972, 1974
4 Bob Waterfield, Cleveland, 1945; Los Angeles, 1946, 1950, 1952
3 Earl (Dutch) Clark, Portsmouth, 1932; Detroit, 1935-36
Jack Manders, Chi. Bears, 1933-35
Don Hutson, Green Bay, 1941-42, 1945
Most (Kicking) Points After Touchdown Attempted, Career
959 George Blanda, Chi. Bears, 1949, 1950-58; Baltimore, 1950; Houston, 1960-66; Oakland, 1967-1975
835 Morten Andersen, New Orleans, 1982-1984; Atlanta, 1995-2000; N.Y. Giants, 2001; Kansas City, 2002-2003; Minnesota, 2004; Atlanta, 2006
827 Gary Anderson, Pittsburgh, 1982-1994; Philadelphia, 1995-96; San Francisco, 1997; Minnesota, 1998-2002; Tennessee, 2003-04
Most (Kicking) Points After Touchdown Attempted, Season
70 Uwe von Schamann, Miami, 1984
65 George Blanda, Houston, 1961
64 Jeff Wilkins, St. Louis, 1999
Most (Kicking) Points After Touchdown Attempted, Game
10 Charlie Gogolak, Washington vs. N.Y. Giants, Nov. 27, 1966
9 Pat Harder, Chi. Cardinals vs. N.Y. Giants, Oct. 17, 1948; vs. N.Y. Bulldogs, Nov. 13, 1949
Bob Waterfield, Los Angeles vs. Baltimore, Oct. 22, 1950
Bob Thomas, Chicago vs. Green Bay, Dec. 7, 1980
8 By many players
Most (One-Point) Points After Touchdown, Career
943 George Blanda, Chi. Bears, 1949, 1950-58; Baltimore, 1950; Houston, 1960-66; Oakland, 1967-1975
825 Morten Andersen, New Orleans, 1982-94; Atlanta, 1995-2000; N.Y. Giants, 2001; Kansas City, 2002-03; Minnesota, 2004; Atlanta, 2006
820 Gary Anderson, Pittsburgh, 1982-1994; Philadelphia, 1995-96; San Francisco, 1997; Minnesota, 1998-2002; Tennessee, 2003-04
Most (One-Point) Points After Touchdown, Season
66 Uwe von Schamann, Miami, 1984
64 George Blanda, Houston, 1961
Jeff Wilkins, St. Louis, 1999
62 Mark Moseley, Washington, 1983
Most (One-Point) Points After Touchdown, Game
9 Pat Harder, Chi. Cardinals vs. N.Y. Giants, Oct. 17, 1948
Bob Waterfield, Los Angeles vs. Baltimore, Oct. 22, 1950
Charlie Gogolak, Washington vs. N.Y. Giants, Nov. 27, 1966
8 By many players
Most Consecutive (Kicking) Points After Touchdown
371 Jason Elam, Denver, 1993-2002
346 Jeff Wilkins, St. Louis, 1999-2006 (current)
322 Matt Stover, Baltimore, 1996-2006 (current)
Highest (Kicking) Points After Touchdown Percentage, Career (200 points after touchdown)
100.00 Rian Lindell, Seattle, 2000-02; Buffalo, 2003-06 (224-224)
99.475 Jason Elam, Denver, 1993-2006 (568-571)
99.472 Mike Vanderjagt, Indianapolis, 1998-2005; Dallas, 2006 (377-379)
Most (Kicking) Points After Touchdown, No Misses, Season
64 Jeff Wilkins, St. Louis, 1999
59 Gary Anderson, Minnesota, 1998
58 Jason Elam, Denver, 1998
Jeff Wilkins, St. Louis, 2001
Nate Kaeding, San Diego, 2006
Most (Kicking) Points After Touchdown, No Misses, Game
9 Pat Harder, Chi. Cardinals vs. N.Y. Giants, Oct. 17, 1948
Bob Waterfield, Los Angeles vs. Baltimore, Oct. 22, 1950
8 By many players
Most Two-Point Conversions, Career
Two-point conversion records include AFL (1960-69) and NFL (since 1994).
7 Marshall Faulk, Indianapolis, 1994-98; St. Louis, 1999-2005
6 Terance Mathis, Atlanta, 1994-2001
5 Cris Carter, Minnesota, 1994-2001
Rob Moore, N.Y. Jets, 1994; Arizona, 1995-99
Willie Jackson, Jacksonville, 1995-97; Cincinnati, 1998-99; New Orleans, 2000-01; Washington, 2002
Keenan McCardell, Cleveland, 1994-95; Jacksonville, 1996-2001; Tampa Bay, 2003; San Diego, 2004-06
Marvin Harrison, Indianapolis, 1996-2006
Marcus Pollard, Indianapolis, 1995-2004; Detroit, 2005-06
Todd Heap, Baltimore, 2001-06
Most Two-Point Conversions, Season
4 Todd Heap, Baltimore, 2003
3 Gino Cappelletti, Boston, 1960
Richie Lucas, Buffalo, 1961
Ronnie Harmon, San Diego, 1994
Haywood Jeffires, Houston, 1994
Tom Tupa, Cleveland, 1994
Terance Mathis, Atlanta, 1995
Lamar Smith, Seattle, 1996
Cris Carter, Minnesota, 1997
Terrell Davis, Denver, 1997
James Stewart, Detroit, 2000
Hines Ward, Pittsburgh, 2002
Brian Finneran, Atlanta, 2005
2 By many players
Most Two-Point Conversions, Game
2 Brett Perriman, Detroit vs. Green Bay, Nov. 6, 1994
Michael Jackson, Baltimore vs. New England, Oct. 6, 1996
Terrell Davis, Denver vs. Atlanta, Sept. 28, 1997
Charles Johnson, Pittsburgh vs. Tennessee, Nov. 1, 1998
Marshall Faulk, St. Louis vs. Atlanta, Oct. 15, 2000
Todd Heap, Baltimore vs. Cincinnati, Oct. 19, 2003