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Pat McAfee biography

Date of birth : 1987-05-02
Date of death : -
Birthplace : Plum, Pennsylvania
Nationality : American
Category : Sports
Last modified : 2010-12-23
Credited as : Football player NFL, punter for the Indianapolis Colts, Pro Bowl/NFL Draft player

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Pat McAfee is an American football punter for the Indianapolis Colts of the National Football League.

2010: Appeared in 13 games as punter…also had holding and kickoff duties…was placed on Reserve/Suspended List vs. Houston 11/1…was 5-35.6 punting with two inside 20 at Houston 9/12…was 5-41.0 punting with three inside 20 vs. NY Giants 9/19…was 6-47.8 punting with one inside 20 at Denver 9/26…had six touchbacks on kickoffs, setting club record for most in single game…also had one special teams tackle…was 2-55.0 punting at Jacksonville 10/3, including career-long 66-yarder...was 2-52.5 punting with one inside 20 vs. Kansas City 10/10…was 4-46.8 punting with one touchback and one inside 20 at Washington 10/17…was 5-37.8 punting with one inside 20 at Philadelphia 11/7…also had one touchback on kickoffs and two special teams tackles…was 7-41.3 punting with three inside 20 vs. Cincinnati 11/14…also had one touchback on kickoffs and one special teams tackle…was 2-40.5 punting with one inside 20 at New England 11/21…was 4-41.5 punting with one inside 20 vs. San Diego 11/28…was 3-41.7 punting with two inside 20 vs. Dallas 12/5…was 3-42.0 punting with one inside 20 at Tennessee 12/9…was 6-39.2 punting with two inside 20 vs. Jacksonville 12/19.

2009: Saw action in 16 games, while performing punting, kickoff and holding duties…was 64-44.3, with 37.8 net average and 21:6 ratio of kicks inside 20:touchbacks…also had 21 TB kickoffs…had four special teams tackles…2,837 punt yards was rookie franchise record and 64 punts ranked 2nd-most by rookie in franchise history (72, Cotton Davidson 1954)…44.3 punt average marked 3rd-highest by rookie in franchise history…11 games of 40.0+ punt average in single season ranked T8th in franchise history (with minimum three punts)…was 2-44.0 punting with both kicks In10, including one downed at one-yard line, vs. Jacksonville 9/13 in first NFL appearance…was 4-49.3 at Tennessee 10/11 and 7-46.3 with career long of 60 vs. San Francisco 11/1...was 7-48.4 with one In20 vs. New England 11/15…339 punt yards ranked as 5th-most by rookie punter in franchise history…was 2-52.5 with long of 59 yards and one In20 at Houston 11/29…also had three TB on kickoffs…was 5-42.2 with one In20 vs. Denver 12/13…also had three TB on kickoffs…was 3-43.0 with one In20 and had two special teams tackles at Jacksonville 12/17…was 6-46.2 with one In20 vs. NYJ 12/27…also had three TB on kickoffs. POST-SEASON: Saw action on special teams vs. Baltimore 1/16 in Divisional Playoffs, vs. NYJ 1/24 in AFC Championship Game and vs. New Orleans 2/7 in Super Bowl XLIV…was 12-45.8 with 42.8 net avg. and three In20…also had three TB on kickoffs…was 6-45.8 with one In20 vs. Baltimore, including one TB on kickoffs…was 4-46.3 with two In20 vs. NYJ…also had two TB on kickoffs…two TB tied franchise record for most in playoff game…was 2-45.0 vs. New Orleans.

2009: PFW/PFWA and The Sporting News NFL All-Rookie Team.


Four-year player who appeared in 51 career games…was 126-43.7 punting avg. (5,512 yards)…had career-long of 75 yards, 35 50+-yard punts and 46 Inside 20…was 58-79 FGs (73.4 pct.) with long of 52 yards and 210-212 PATs for 384 points…had 57 career touchbacks on kickoffs…set school record for most games played and was all-time leading scorer, all-time kick scoring leader and all-time extra points made leader…ranks 2nd in career punting avg. and 2nd in FGs made…holds Big East record for most extra points made and ranks 2nd on all-time scoring list, 2nd in punting avg. and 3rd in FGs made…appeared in 13 games as senior…was 62-44.7 punting with long of 65 yards and 25 In20…had 20 50+-yard punts…was 17-20 FGs with long of 52 and 36-36 PATs for 87 points…had two FGs of 52 yards, one of two players in NCAA with multiple 50+-yard FGs…saw action in 13 games as junior…was 46-42.7 punting with long of 71 yards and 17 In20…had 13 50+-yard punts…was 13-19 FGs with long of 49 yards and was 64-65 PATs for 103 points…was Second-Team All-Big East choice by league’s coaches…was Lou Groza Award semi-finalist…appeared in 13 games as sophomore…was 18-43.2 punting with career-long 75-yarder…had four In20 and two 50+-yard punts…was 17-22 FGs with long of 51 and was 62-62 PATs for 113 points…51-yard FG at Pittsburgh was longest (college or pro) in Heinz Field history…appeared in 12 games as freshman…was 11-18 FGs with long of 45 and was 48-49 PATs for 81 points…did not handle punting duties…majored in communications.


Full name is Patrick McAfee…born in Plum, Pa….attended Plum High School…was First-Team all-conference choice…was No. 1 rated kicker in nation by…was 2003 punt, pass and kick champion…was three-year First-Team All-WPIAL in soccer…was honor roll student…single…resides in Plum, Pa.

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