Morten Andersen

Morten Andersen (born August 19, 1960), nicknamed "The Great Dane", is a former National Football League kicker. He holds the distinction of being the all-time leading scorer in NFL history, as well as being the all-time leading scorer for two different rival teams; the New Orleans Saints, with whom he spent 13 seasons, and the Atlanta Falcons, with whom he spent a combined eight seasons.

He officially retired December 8, 2008, after not having played all season.

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New Orlean Saints - Statistics - Career Records
37 Dave Waymer (1980–1989) Field Goal Attempts 389 Morten Andersen (1982–1994) Field Goals Made 302 Morten Andersen (1982–1994) Extra Points Made 412 Morten Andersen (1982–1994) Points 1,318 ...
Morten Andersen - NFL Records
... At the end of his career Andersen held the following NFL records (As of 2009) Most games played (career) – 382 Most consecutive games played by a placekicker – 248 Most field goals attempted (career. 18 Most field goals in Pro Bowl (total) – 10 Andersen holds 2nd place in the following NFL records Most PATs attempted (career) – 859 (1st place George Blanda, 959) Most PATs ...
2007 Atlanta Falcons Season - Regular Season Week-by-week Results - Week 10: At Carolina Panthers - Scoring Summary
... Q1 - ATL - 843 - Warrick Dunn 30 yard TD run (Morten Andersen kick) (7-0 ATL) Q3 - ATL - 324 - Morten Andersen 36 yard FG (10-10) Q4 - ATL - 1135 - Morten ...
List Of National Football League Records (individual) - Scoring
... Most points scored, career 2,544, Morten Andersen, 1983–2004, 2006–2007 Most points scored, season 186, LaDainian Tomlinson, 2006 Highest average points per ...
2007 Atlanta Falcons Season - Regular Season Week-by-week Results - Week 9: Vs. San Francisco 49ers - Scoring Summary
... Q1 - ATL - 449 - Warrick Dunn 9 yard TD run (Morten Andersen kick) (7-7) Q4 - ATL - 1019 - Morten Andersen 33 yard FG (ATL 17-13) Q4 - ATL - 110 - Morten Andersen 27 yard FG ('