Matt Stover

Matt Stover

John Matthew "Matt" Stover (born January 27, 1968) is a former American Football placekicker. As of the start of the 2009 NFL season, he was the third most accurate kicker in the history of the National Football League. He is of Greek descent. He has played for the New York Giants, the Cleveland Browns, and the Baltimore Ravens, with whom he played for 13 seasons. He was signed by the Indianapolis Colts in October 2009 to replace injured kicker Adam Vinatieri.

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2009 Tennessee Titans Season - Regular Season Results - Week 13: At Indianapolis Colts
... Quarter IND – Joseph Addai 8-yard run, 1302 (Matt Stover kick), Colts 7–0. 2nd Quarter IND – Joseph Addai 1-yard run, 1142 (Stover kick), Colts 14–3 ... IND – Austin Collie 4-yard pass from Peyton Manning, 155 (Stover kick), Colts 21–3 ...
2000 Baltimore Ravens Season - Awards
... offensive tackle Jonathan Ogden, and kicker Matt Stover ... Kicker Matt Stover joined Lewis and Ogden on the associated press' All-Pro first team ... Defensive Most Valuable Player, Jonathan Ogden, AFC Pro Bowl Selection, Matt Stover, Golden Toe Award Rod Woodson, AFC Pro Bowl Selection ...
Super Bowl XLIV - Game Summary - Box Score
... Score Plays Yards TOP NO IND 553 ... IND 38-yard field goal by Matt Stover 436 ... IND Pierre Garçon 19-yard touchdown reception from Peyton Manning, Matt ...
2009 Indianapolis Colts Season - Game Notes - Week 9: Vs. Houston Texans
... to running back Joseph Addai, followed by kicker Matt Stover nailing a 22-yard field goal ... add onto their lead in the second quarter as Stover booted a 37-yard field goal, while the Texans would close out the half with a 56-yard field goal from kicker Kris Brown ... In the third quarter, Houston began to rally as quarterback Matt Schaub found running back Ryan Moats on a one-yard touchdown pass ...

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