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Shayne Graham
K #17
Height:
6-0
Weight:
205
College:
Virginia Tech
Hometown:
Dublin, VA
Experience:
9
Field Goal
YearTeamGOverall FGs20-29 Yards30-39 Yards40-49 Yards50+ YardsPAT
BlkLngFGMFG AttPctMAttPctMAttPctMAttPctMAttPctXP AttXPMPctBlk
TOTAL 163 4 53 257 300 85.7 85 89 95.5 87 95 91.6 66 83 79.5 14 28 50 396 390 98.5 3
2014 NO 6 0 50 10 11 90.9 3 3 100 4 4 100 2 3 66.7 1 1 100 16 15 93.8 1
2013 NO 2 0 40 2 2 100 1 1 100 0 0 -- 1 1 100 0 0 -- 7 7 100 0
2013 PIT 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2012 HOU 16 1 51 31 38 81.6 8 8 100 11 11 100 7 9 77.8 4 9 44.4 45 45 100 0
2011 BAL 1 0 48 2 2 100 0 0 -- 0 0 -- 2 2 100 0 0 -- 2 2 100 0
2011 MIA 2 0 28 4 5 80 4 4 100 0 0 -- 0 1 0 0 0 -- 6 6 100 0
2010 NE 8 0 41 12 12 100 5 5 100 5 5 100 1 1 100 0 0 -- 37 35 94.6 0
2010 NYG 1 0 0 0 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 4 4 100 0
2009 CIN 16 2 53 23 28 82.1 10 11 90.9 8 10 80 3 3 100 2 4 50 29 28 96.6 1
2008 CIN 14 0 45 21 24 87.5 5 5 100 6 7 85.7 9 11 81.8 0 0 -- 15 15 100 0
2007 CIN 16 0 48 31 34 91.2 11 12 91.7 13 13 100 6 7 85.7 0 1 0 37 37 100 0
2006 CIN 16 0 51 25 30 83.3 9 9 100 8 9 88.9 6 8 75 2 4 50 42 40 95.2 1
2005 CIN 16 0 49 28 32 87.5 11 11 100 10 11 90.9 7 9 77.8 0 1 0 47 47 100 0
2004 CIN 16 0 53 27 31 87.1 7 7 100 10 12 83.3 7 8 87.5 3 4 75 41 41 100 0
2003 CIN 16 0 48 22 25 88 5 5 100 10 10 100 7 8 87.5 0 2 0 40 40 100 0
2002 CAR 11 1 50 13 18 72.2 2 4 50 2 3 66.7 6 8 75 2 2 100 21 21 100 0
2001 BUF 6 0 41 6 8 75 4 4 100 0 0 -- 2 4 50 0 0 -- 7 7 100 0
Kickoff
YearTeamGKOYdsOOBAvgTBPctRetAvgTDOSKOSKR
TOTAL 163 736 45,600 11 62 77 0.1 641 -- 0 6 1
2014 NO 6 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2013 NO 2 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2013 PIT 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2012 HOU 16 91 5,732 0 63 28 0.3 61 -- -- 2 0
2011 BAL 1 5 294 0 58.8 0 0 5 -- -- 0 0
2011 MIA 2 11 716 0 65.1 1 0.1 10 -- -- 0 0
2010 NE 8 57 3,501 0 61.4 2 0 55 -- -- 0 0
2010 NYG 1 5 301 0 60.2 1 0.2 4 -- -- 0 0
2009 CIN 16 69 4,367 3 63.3 8 0.1 58 -- -- 0 0
2008 CIN 14 52 3,288 1 63.2 8 0.2 42 -- -- 1 1
2007 CIN 16 86 5,310 2 61.7 8 0.1 75 -- -- 0 0
2006 CIN 16 84 5,367 1 63.9 13 0.2 70 -- -- 0 0
2005 CIN 16 91 5,476 2 60.2 2 0 85 -- -- 2 0
2004 CIN 16 82 4,961 0 60.5 2 0 79 -- -- 1 0
2003 CIN 16 77 4,792 2 62.2 4 0.1 71 -- -- 0 0
2002 CAR 11 5 330 0 66 0 0 5 -- -- 0 0
2001 BUF 6 21 1,165 0 55.5 0 0 21 -- -- 0 0
Defensive
YearTeamGTotalSoloAstSckSFTYPDefIntTDsYdsAvgLng
TOTAL 163 31 23 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 -- 0
2014 NO 6 0 -- -- -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- --
2013 NO 2 0 -- -- -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- --
2013 PIT 0 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2012 HOU 16 2 2 0 0 0 0 -- -- -- -- --
2011 BAL 1 0 -- -- -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- --
2011 MIA 2 0 -- -- -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- --
2010 NE 8 0 -- -- -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- --
2010 NYG 1 0 -- -- -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- --
2009 CIN 16 2 2 0 0 0 0 -- -- -- -- --
2008 CIN 14 2 1 1 0 0 0 -- -- -- -- --
2007 CIN 16 0 -- -- -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- --
2006 CIN 16 1 1 0 0 0 0 -- -- -- -- --
2005 CIN 16 11 7 4 0 0 0 -- -- -- -- --
2004 CIN 16 4 3 1 0 0 0 -- -- -- -- --
2003 CIN 16 6 5 1 0 0 0 -- -- -- -- --
2002 CAR 11 0 -- -- -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- --
2001 BUF 6 3 2 1 0 0 0 -- -- -- -- --

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2009 HIGHLIGHTS: GENERAL: Ninth-year pro, designated as Bengals franchise player for 2009, played in all 16 games ... Went 23-for-28 on FGs, including a 53-yarder that tied his career long ... Two of his five missed FGs were blocked, and two others were from 51 and 52 yards, the 51-yarder hitting right upright ... Ended regular season with current streak of 12 consecutive FGs made ... Went 28-for-29 on PATs (one blocked) … Ranks fourth in NFL career FG percentage at 85.22, and for Bengals career only, holds club record at 86.76 ... Also handles kickoffs … Had one special-teams tackle.

GAME-BY-GAME: His 41-yard FG in fourth quarter Sept. 20 at Green Bay gave Bengals a two-score lead at 31-21 ... On Oct. 4 at Cleveland, kicked game-winning field goal from 31 yards with :04 remaining in overtime, despite having had a FG try and a PAT try blocked during regulation … One-for-two on field goals Oct. 11 at Baltimore, with his only miss coming on a blocked 32-yarder … Made his only FG attempt vs. Houston, a 50-yarder just before halftime that gave Bengals 17-14 lead … Made his only FG attempt Oct. 25 vs. Chicago, a 29-yarder in second quarter, while going six-for-six on PATs … Made his only FG attempt (23 yards) Nov. 8 vs. Baltimore … Scored 12 of Cincinnati’s 18 points in win Nov. 15 at Pittsburgh, converting four-of-five FGs (23, 32, 32 and 43 yards), with a 51-yard miss that hit upright … Went one-for-two on FGs Nov. 22 at Oakland, missing from 37 yards (wide right), and connecting from 25 … Went three-for-three on field goals Nov. 29 vs. Cleveland, including a season-long 53-yarder with no time left in the first half, giving the Bengals a 13-0 halftime edge … Three-for-three on FGs (44, 39 and 23 yards) Dec. 6 vs. Detroit … Made his only field goal attempt (22 yards) Dec. 13 at Minnesota … Made all three FG attempts Dec. 20 at San Diego, including a 34-yarder that tied score at 24-24 with 0:54 remaining … Sat out the final three preseason games to rest a groin injury … Made his only FG attempt (29 yards) Dec. 27 vs. Kansas City.

2009 HIGHLIGHTS: GENERAL: Ninth-year pro, designated as Bengals franchise player for 2009, played in all 16 games ... Went 23-for-28 on FGs, including a 53-yarder that tied his career long ... Two of his five missed FGs were blocked, and two others were from 51 and 52 yards, the 51-yarder hitting right upright ... Ended regular season with current streak of 12 consecutive FGs made ... Went 28-for-29 on PATs (one blocked) … Ranks fourth in NFL career FG percentage at 85.22, and for Bengals career only, holds club record at 86.76 ... Also handles kickoffs … Had one special-teams tackle.

GAME-BY-GAME: His 41-yard FG in fourth quarter Sept. 20 at Green Bay gave Bengals a two-score lead at 31-21 ... On Oct. 4 at Cleveland, kicked game-winning field goal from 31 yards with :04 remaining in overtime, despite having had a FG try and a PAT try blocked during regulation … One-for-two on field goals Oct. 11 at Baltimore, with his only miss coming on a blocked 32-yarder … Made his only FG attempt vs. Houston, a 50-yarder just before halftime that gave Bengals 17-14 lead … Made his only FG attempt Oct. 25 vs. Chicago, a 29-yarder in second quarter, while going six-for-six on PATs … Made his only FG attempt (23 yards) Nov. 8 vs. Baltimore … Scored 12 of Cincinnati’s 18 points in win Nov. 15 at Pittsburgh, converting four-of-five FGs (23, 32, 32 and 43 yards), with a 51-yard miss that hit upright … Went one-for-two on FGs Nov. 22 at Oakland, missing from 37 yards (wide right), and connecting from 25 … Went three-for-three on field goals Nov. 29 vs. Cleveland, including a season-long 53-yarder with no time left in the first half, giving the Bengals a 13-0 halftime edge … Three-for-three on FGs (44, 39 and 23 yards) Dec. 6 vs. Detroit … Made his only field goal attempt (22 yards) Dec. 13 at Minnesota … Made all three FG attempts Dec. 20 at San Diego, including a 34-yarder that tied score at 24-24 with 0:54 remaining … Sat out the final three preseason games to rest a groin injury … Made his only FG attempt (29 yards) Dec. 27 vs. Kansas City.

SHAYNE'S RECORD FILE: Below is a complete list of Bengals records held by Graham:  

» Points in a season: 131 in 2005.
» Field goals in a season: 31 in 2007.
» Field goals in a game: Seven (in seven attempts), on Nov. 11, 2007 at Baltimore.
» Consecutive FGs made: 21, compiled in 2007 from Games 1-10, breaking the record of 17 he posted over 2005-06.
» Career FG percentage: 87.50, on 154-of-176.
» Season FG percentage: 91.2, set in '07.
» Consecutive PATs made: 158, compiled from Game 1 of 2003 through Game 11 of 2006.
» Career PAT percentage: 99.1, on 220-of-222.
» Season PAT percentage: 100.0, on 47-of-47 in 2005 (most attempts among a number of perfect seasons recorded).

LEGGING OUT A VICTORY: On Nov. 11, 2007 at Baltimore, Graham scored all of Cincinnati’s points in a 21-7 win, going seven-for-seven on FGs and breaking Doug Pelfrey’s 1994 Bengals record of six FGs in a game. Graham’s seven FGs rank tied for second in NFL history (record for a game is eight).

MORE FROM PREVIOUS SEASONS: 2008 - On Sept. 21 at N.Y. Giants, was three-for-three on FGs (22, 30, 21), including a 21-yarder at the end of regulation to send the game into overtime ... Reached the end zone on four of his six kickoffs at New York, and had two touchbacks ... Also had a special-teams tackle against Giants ... On Sept. 28 vs. Cleveland, was two-for-two on FGs (42 and 45 yards) and had one touchback ... Also had a special-teams tackle vs. Browns ... On Oct. 5 at Dallas, was three-for-three on FGs (41, 31, 40), and had two touchbacks on six kickoffs ... On Oct. 26 at Houston, was two-for-two on FGs (43 and 32 yards) ... On Nov. 16 vs. Philadelphia, made his first two FG attempts (20 and 41 yards), but was wide right on a 47-yarder with :07 remaining in OT, leaving the game tied ... On Dec. 7 at Indianapolis, his 19-yard FG pushed him to 662 career Bengals points, past Doug Pelfrey (660) into second place all-time, behind only Jim Breech (1151) ... On Dec. 14 vs. Washington, made both FG attempts, hitting from 32 yards in second quarter and later giving Bengals a two-score lead in fourth quarter on tied-for-season-long 45-yarder ... On Dec. 21 at Cleveland, missed only FG attempt, a 48-yarder in second quarter on which a high snap forced a late hold ... Closed season by making all three FG tries (38, 40, 43) in a 16-6 win Dec. 28 vs. Kansas City.

2007 - Made his club-record 31 FGs in just 34 attempts, breaking Bengals season record of 29 FGs that Doug Pelfrey had set in 1995 with 36 attempts ... His Bengals-record 91.2 percent season FG accuracy ranked third in NFL and topped his own Bengals mark of 88.0 from 2003 ... Improved his Bengals-record career FG percentage to 87.5 (133-for-152) ... His team-record 21 straight FGs spanned from his second attempt in season opener through the conclusion of Game 10 ... On Nov. 11 at Baltimore, Graham scored all of Cincinnati's points in a 21-7 win, going seven-for-seven on FGs and breaking Doug Pelfrey's 1994 Bengals record of six FGs game ... Graham's seven FGs rank tied for second in NFL history (record for a game is eight) ... Has 604 points as a Bengal, and on Nov. 11 at Baltimore, he passed Horst Muhlmann (549) into third place for Cincinnati career points ... Sidelined in first quarter Sept. 10 vs. Baltimore, due to hip bruise suffered on kick coverage, but returned in second quarter and finished the game... On Dec. 9 vs. St. Louis, made all four of his FG attempts, including a 46-yarder with 2:42 to play, which sealed a 19-10 win ... Longest FG of season was 48 yards Oct. 1 vs. New England ... Provided Bengals a 6-0 lead in their Dec. 23 victory vs. Cleveland, connecting from 29 and 38 yards in second quarter. 

2006 - Ranked tied for fourth among AFC kickers with his 115 points ... Went 2-3 on FGs and 4-4 on PATs Sept. 17 vs. Cleveland ... Missed his first FG try in the Cleveland game (44 WR), ending his Bengals-record streak of consecutive FGs made at 17 ... On Oct. 15 at Tampa Bay, his FGs of 37 and 47 yards gave Bengals a 13-7 lead following a 7-7 halftime tie, and at the final gun, he was short on a career-longest 62-yard try as Bengals fell 14-13 ... Went 2-2 on FGs on Oct. 29 vs. Atlanta, including season-long 51-yarder that gave Bengals 17-13 lead at halftime ... On Nov. 5 at Baltimore, was 2-2 on FGs, tying his season-long with a 51-yarder ... Went 2-3 on FGs and 5-5 on PATs on Nov. 12 vs. San Diego, his miss coming from 51 yards (wide left) ... On Nov. 30 vs. Baltimore, made FGs of 23 and 27 yards in second quarter, giving Bengals 6-0 halftime lead ... On Dec. 18 at Indianapolis, was 3-3 on FGs (27, 30, 28) ... On Dec. 31 vs. Pittsburgh, was 1-2 on FGs (34), with an uncharacteristic miss from 39 yards (wide right) with :08 left in fourth quarter in a 17-17 game.

2005 - Made FGs of 32 and 23 yards in season-opening win Sept. 11 at Cleveland, and had two special teams tackles ... Made FGs of 40, 29 and 30 yards on Sept. 18 vs. Minnesota ... Had three FGs on Oct. 2 vs. Houston, on four attempts ... Had his first miss of season in Houston game, wide-right from 42 yards in third quarter with game tied 10-10, but hit from 27 and 46 yards in final period to provide final margin of victory ... Made both his field goal attempts Oct. 9 at Jacksonville, hitting in third quarter from 31 and 48 yards ...Went 2-for-3 on FGs on Oct. 23 vs. Pittsburgh, hitting from 26 and 39 yards after an uncharacteristic 30-yard miss in the first quarter ... Went 3-for-3 on PATs on Nov. 6 at Baltimore, extending his Bengals mark to a perfect 105-for-105, breaking Doug Pelfrey's team record of 103 ... Made FGs of 43, 41, and 44 yards Nov. 20 vs. Indianapolis, and his three attempts put him over the 75 minimum to qualify as the team's all-time FG percentage leader ... Connected on FGs of 26 and 31 yards Nov. 27 vs. Baltimore, and also had four PATs and a special teams tackle ... Made only FG attempt in crucial win Dec. 4 at Pittsburgh, a 30-yarder that gave the Bengals a 24-17 lead in the third quarter ... Went 3-for-3 on FGs Dec. 11 vs. Cleveland, including game winner from 37 yards to break a 20-20 tie as time expired ... 2-for-2 on FGs in division-clinching win Dec. 18 at Detroit, connecting from 28 and 33 yards ... Made season-long 49-yard field goal in first quarter Jan. 1 at Kansas City, setting team record with his 14th consecutive successful attempt ... Made his only FG try, 23-yarder in first quarter, for first score of game in Wild Card playoff 1-8-06 vs. Pittsburgh ... In preseason, his play was sharply limited due to groin strain; had only one FG attempt (good from 25).  

2004 - Became a restricted free agent on March 2, was tendered an offer by Jacksonville, and was retained by Bengals as Cincinnati matched the offer on March 5 ... Finished season with 122 points, which was Bengals record until he broke it himself in '05 ... Made 27-of-31 FG attempts, posting 87.1 percent accuracy ... Had a streak of 13 straight made field goals, tying Bengals record, before missing from 53 yards Dec. 5 at Baltimore (Graham in '05 set a new record at 14) ... Was 3-for-4 on FGs from 50-plus yards, making second-most 50-yarders in a season in club history, behind Horst Muhlmann's four in 1972 ... Ranked fifth in NFL in FG accuracy and tied for fifth in scoring ... Also handled kickoffs all season ... Kicked wide right on 38-yard FG try in first quarter Sept. 19 vs. Miami, but nailed his next three attempts (48, 36, 39), and the 39-yarder with two seconds left gave the Bengals a 16-13 win ... Was 3-for-3 on FGs in Monday night win Oct. 25 vs. Denver, including career-long 53-yarder in second quarter ... On Nov. 7 vs. Dallas, made a career-best four FGs (35, 47, 45, 30) without a miss ... Came back from 53-yard miss on Dec. 5 at Baltimore to nail FGs from 41 and 24 yards, the 24-yarder providing the game-winning points as time expired in 27-26 victory.

2003 - Spent preseason with Carolina, lost roster battle to veteran John Kasay, and was acquired by Bengals on waivers Sept. 1 ... Played in all 16 games for Cincinnati, handling placekicks and kickoffs, and his 88.0 percent field goal accuracy (22-of-25) broke the team record of 84.8 percent set in 1994 by Doug Pelfrey (28-for-33) ... Tied for second in the AFC and fifth in NFL in FG accuracy ... Two of his three misses were beyond 50 yards ... Had six special teams tackles ... Made his only FG attempt Dec. 21 at St. Louis, a season-long 48-yarder on last play of the first half. 

2002 - Signed by Seattle on May 13 as free agent ... Opened training camp with Seahawks, and was waived Aug. 13 ... Signed as free agent Sept. 28 by Carolina ... Played in 11 of Panthers' last 13 games, with DNPs in Games 7 and 11 ... Led Panthers in scoring with 60 points, going 13-for-18 on FGs and 21-for-21 on PATs ... Made two 50-yard FGs, his only tries of the year from 50 or more ... Tied Richie Cunningham's Carolina record with six PATs in 52-31 win Dec. 8 vs. Bengals ... Had a rocky start in Panthers debut on Sept. 29 at Green Bay, missing wide right on 24-yard FG try with 0:16 remaining in a 17-14 loss, but he rebounded Oct. 6 vs. Arizona with FGs of 32 and 48 yards ... Had career-long 50-yard FG Oct. 13 at Dallas, and also connected from 44 yards while missing another 44-yarder that hit the crossbar ... Scored all nine Panthers points Oct. 20 vs. Tampa Bay, with FGs from 20, 39 and 47 yards ... Made FGs of 43 and 44 yards in 13-6 victory Dec. 1 at Cleveland ... Had a 25-yard FG and 3 PATs in 24-14 victory Dec. 22 vs. Chicago ... Tied his career-long FG made with a 50-yarder Dec. 29 at New Orleans for the final points in 10-6 Panthers win.

2001 - Signed April 27 as free agent with Seattle ... Went 6-for-6 on PATs in preseason for Seahawks, but his only FG attempt (42 yards) was blocked, and he was waived on Sept. 2 ... Signed Nov. 27 as free agent with Buffalo and played in Bills' final six games, scoring 25 points with 6-for-8 reading on FGs and 7-for-7 finish on PATs ... In his first NFL contest, Dec. 2 at San Francisco, missed a 49-yard FG try on the last play of the first half ... Kicked his first two NFL field goals (20 and 27 yards) Dec. 9 vs. Carolina, providing key points in 25-24 Bills victory ... Went 3-for-4 on FGs on Dec. 16 vs. New England, connecting from 41, 25 and 41 yards and missing from 43.  
2000 - Entered NFL on June 30 as college free agent signee with New Orleans ... Made one PAT in preseason and had no FG attempts ... Waived by Saints on Aug. 22.

GRAHAM'S GAME-WINNERS: Three times in his Bengals career, Graham has provided the winning points with a FG in the final seconds. His first Bengals game-winner was on 9-19-04 vs. Miami, when he hit a 39-yarder with two seconds remaining for a 16-13 win. On 12-5-04 at Baltimore, his 24-yarder as time expired lifted Cincinnati from a 26-24 deficit to a 27-26 win. On Dec. 11, 2005 vs. Cleveland, his 37-yarder as time expired closed a 23-20 win.  

COLLEGE: Left Virginia Tech as the all-time scoring leader in school history and Big East history with 371 points ... Connected on 68-of-93 field goal attempts (73.1 percent) in his four-year career for Hokies ... Was second player besides current Philadelphia Eagles QB Donovan McNabb to be named first-team All-Big East four consecutive seasons ... As a senior in 1999, earned Big East Special Teams Player of the Year honors after leading the conference and breaking the school's single-season scoring record with 107 points on 56-of-57 extra points and 17-of-22 FGs ... Set Virginia Tech and Big East record with 97 consecutive successful PATs.

COMMUNITY LEADER: Graham has become one of the “go-to” players on the Bengals for work in community relations. His “Kicks for Kids” program provides a wide range of assistance for at-risk children in Greater Cincinnati, and he has been a board member of the Cincinnati FreestoreFoodbank. In 2008, he helped organize the nation’s most successful “Taste of the NFL” event, raising more than $170,000 for meals for the hungry. He is a past Bengals team nominee for the Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year Award, and he was chosen in 2006 as Honorary Chairman for the Cincinnati March of Dimes WalkAmerica campaign against premature births. He has gained sponsorship for a program that donates $300 for each of his field goals to the FreestoreFoodbank. He built a partnership with the Cincinnatian Hotel to give deserving children a chance to eat with him at the hotel’s gourmet restaurant. He donated proceeds from a local kicking clinic to the YMCA. He also has worked with the Cincinnati V.A. Hospital, the Fraternal Order of Police, the IHOP Read Across America program, the American Cancer Society and the Diabetes Foundation.

PERSONAL: Born in Radford, Va. … Grew up in Dublin, Va. … Attended Pulaski County High School in Dublin … In addition to his many civic endeavors, he enjoys golf and collecting cars … Full name is Michael Shayne Graham.

 

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