Pete Stoyanovich

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Pete Stoyanovich
Date of birth: (1967-04-28) April 28, 1967 (age 47)
Place of birth: Dearborn Heights, Michigan
Career information
Position(s): Placekicker
Height: 5 ft 11 in (180 cm)
Weight: 192 lb (87 kg)
College: Indiana
NFL Draft: 1989 / Round: 8/ Pick 203
Organizations
As player:
1989-1995
1996-2000
2000
Miami Dolphins
Kansas City Chiefs
St. Louis Rams
Career highlights and awards
Awards: PFW Golden Toe Award (1997)
Career stats
Playing stats at DatabaseFootball.com

Peter Stoyanovich (born April 28, 1967 in Dearborn Heights, Michigan) and is an American football placekicker of Macedonian descent who played with the Miami Dolphins, Kansas City Chiefs and briefly the St. Louis Rams in the NFL. He attended college at Indiana University where he played both football and soccer.

A first-team all-pro in 1992, Stoyanovich finished his career in the top 35 in NFL history in all kicking categories. He led the NFL in scoring in 1992.[1] His game-tying 58-yard field goal in a 1991 Wild Card playoff remains the longest field goal in NFL playoff history.

Career statistics[edit]

  Field Goals P.A.T.  
Year Team Made ATT PCT Made ATT Points
1989 Miami 19 26 73.1 38 39 95
1990 Miami 21 25 84.0 37 37 100
1991 Miami 31 37 83.8 28 29 121
1992 Miami 30 37 81.1 34 36 124
1993 Miami 24 32 75.0 37 37 109
1994 Miami 24 31 77.4 35 35 107
1995 Miami 27 34 79.4 37 37 118
1996 Kansas City 17 24 70.8 34 34 85
1997 Kansas City 26 27 96.3 35 36 113
1998 Kansas City 27 32 84.4 34 34 115
1999 Kansas City 21 28 75.0 45 45 108
2000 Kansas City 2 4 50.0 15 15 21
2000 St. Louis 3 5 60.0 11 11 20
Total 272 342 79.5 420 425 1236

References[edit]

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