Players

Matt Bryant
K #3
Height:
5-9
Weight:
203
Age:
39
College:
Baylor
Experience:
13

Quick Stats (2013):

FGA
27
FGM
24
PCT
88.9
LNG
53
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGamesOverall FGsOverall FgsPATKickoffs
GGSBlkLngFG AttFGMPctXP AttXPMPctBlkKOAvgTBRetAvg
TOTAL 5 62 303 257 84.8 367 363 98.9 2 411 61.5 25 371 20.7
2013 ATL 16 0 0 53 27 24 88.9 39 39 100 0 0 -- 0 0 --
2012 ATL 16 0 0 55 38 33 86.8 44 44 100 0 0 -- 0 0 --
2011 ATL 16 0 0 51 29 27 93.1 45 45 100 0 0 -- 0 0 --
2010 ATL 16 0 1 51 31 28 90.3 44 44 100 0 -- -- -- -- --
2009 ATL 5 0 2 51 10 7 70 10 10 100 0 0 -- 0 0 --
2008 TB 16 0 0 49 38 32 84.2 36 35 97.2 1 82 62.9 6 74 20.8
2007 TB 16 0 0 49 33 28 84.8 34 34 100 0 78 60 6 67 19.8
2006 TB 16 0 0 62 22 17 77.3 23 22 95.7 1 53 62.2 4 46 18.4
2005 TB 15 0 0 50 25 21 84 31 31 100 0 66 62.7 5 60 21.7
2004 MIA 3 0 0 47 3 3 100 7 7 100 0 12 63.7 0 12 18.9
2004 IND 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 5 5 100 0 6 59.5 0 6 20
2003 NYG 11 0 1 47 14 11 78.6 17 17 100 0 39 60.4 2 34 20.4
2002 NYG 16 0 1 47 32 26 81.3 32 30 93.8 0 75 60.4 2 72 22.5
Recent Games
WKOppResultOverall FGsPATKickoffs
BlkLngFG AttFGMPctXP AttXPMPctBlkKOAvgTBRetAvg
1 @NO L 17-23 0 23 1 1 100 2 2 100 0 -- -- -- -- --
2 STL W 31-24 0 38 1 1 100 4 4 100 0 -- -- -- -- --
3 @MIA L 23-27 0 52 4 3 75 2 2 100 0 -- -- -- -- --
4 NE L 23-30 0 45 3 3 100 2 2 100 0 -- -- -- -- --
5 NYJ L 28-30 0 0 0 0 -- 4 4 100 0 -- -- -- -- --
7 TB W 31-23 0 23 1 1 100 4 4 100 0 -- -- -- -- --
8 @ARI L 13-27 0 30 2 2 100 1 1 100 0 -- -- -- -- --
9 @CAR L 10-34 0 28 1 1 100 1 1 100 0 -- -- -- -- --
10 SEA L 10-33 0 53 1 1 100 1 1 100 0 -- -- -- -- --
11 @TB L 28-41 0 49 2 2 100 2 2 100 0 -- -- -- -- --
12 NO L 13-17 0 39 3 2 66.7 1 1 100 0 -- -- -- -- --
13 @BUF W 34-31 0 49 2 2 100 4 4 100 0 -- -- -- -- --
14 @GB L 21-22 0 0 1 0 0 3 3 100 0 -- -- -- -- --
15 WAS W 27-26 0 51 2 2 100 3 3 100 0 -- -- -- -- --
16 @SF L 24-34 0 35 1 1 100 3 3 100 0 -- -- -- -- --
17 CAR L 20-21 0 42 2 2 100 2 2 100 0 -- -- -- -- --

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Biography

TRANSACTIONS

Signed by the Falcons as a free agent on July 29, 2011.

2012 (FALCONS)

Hit 33 of 38 field goal attempts (86.8 percent) in 2012, including all four of his attempts of 50 yards or longer. Also connected on all 44 of his extra point attempts and scored 143 points. Hit a 49-yard game winning field goal with 13 seconds remaining in the Falcons NFC Divisional Playoff matchup with the Seattle Seahawks (1/13). The kick was his 15th career game winner and his sixth as a Falcon. Ranked third in the NFL and set a franchise record with 143 points, breaking Jay Feely's previous record of 138 set in 2002. Connected on all four of his field goal attempts of 50+ yards, including a 55-yard game winner against Oakland (10/14). Moved into fourth place on the Falcons all-time scoring list with 428 points in his four seasons with the club. Has hit 94 field goals since joining the Falcons in 2009. Ranks fourth in club history behind Morten Anderson (184), Mick Luckhurst (115), and Jay Feely (98).

TRANSACTIONS

Signed by the Falcons as a free agent on July 29, 2011.

2012 (FALCONS)

Hit 33 of 38 field goal attempts (86.8 percent) in 2012, including all four of his attempts of 50 yards or longer. Also connected on all 44 of his extra point attempts and scored 143 points. Hit a 49-yard game winning field goal with 13 seconds remaining in the Falcons NFC Divisional Playoff matchup with the Seattle Seahawks (1/13). The kick was his 15th career game winner and his sixth as a Falcon. Ranked third in the NFL and set a franchise record with 143 points, breaking Jay Feely's previous record of 138 set in 2002. Connected on all four of his field goal attempts of 50+ yards, including a 55-yard game winner against Oakland (10/14). Moved into fourth place on the Falcons all-time scoring list with 428 points in his four seasons with the club. Has hit 94 field goals since joining the Falcons in 2009. Ranks fourth in club history behind Morten Anderson (184), Mick Luckhurst (115), and Jay Feely (98).

2011 (FALCONS)

Recorded six points after converting on field goals of 48 and 25 yards against Chicago (9/11). Connected on five of five extra point attempts vs. Philadelphia (9/18). Scored seven points, including field goals of 26 and 33 yards, against Tampa Bay (9/25). Notched 12 points, including a season-long 50-yard field goal, at Seattle (10/2). Connected on both of his extra point attempts vs. Green Bay (10/9). Tallied seven points, including a 24-yard field goal and four of four extra point attempts, vs. Carolina (10/16). Recorded 11 points, including field goals of 47, 40 and 23 yards at Detroit (10/23). With his 47-yard FG in the third quarter, Bryant set a new franchise record for the most consecutive field goals made in team history, passing K Norm Johnson who connected on 26 straight from 1992-93. Notched seven points, including a field goal of 20 yards, at Indianapolis (11/6). Tallied 11 points, connecting on field goals of 36, 29 and 27 yards vs. New Orleans (11/13). Recorded 11 points, including field goals of 33, 24 and 19 yards, vs. Tennessee (11/20). Connected on a field goal of 37 yards and added three extra points vs. Minnesota (11/27). Tallied four points at Houston (12/4), including a field goal of 19 yards. Recorded seven points, connecting on four-of-four extra points and adding a 30-yard field goal, at Carolina (12/11). Notched two-of-two field goals, including a long of 33 yards, and connected on five-of-five extra points vs. Jacksonville (12/15). Connected on three-of-three field goals, including a season-long field goal of 51 yards, at New Orleans (12/26). Hit six-of-six extra point attempts and added one field goal of 20 yards vs. Tampa Bay (1/1).

2010 (FALCONS)

Earned NFC Player of the Week twice during the 2010 season and his 90.0 field goal percentage (28-of-31) ranked fifth in the NFL. Recorded 11 points against Arizona (9/19) after converting two field goals and a season-high five PATs. Logged a season-high 14 points at St. Louis (11/21), including connecting on a season-best four field goals and two PATs. Logged nine points, including a game-winning 46-yard field goal at New Orleans (9/26) to give Atlanta its first win at the Superdome since 2002. Connected on a 43-yard field goal with just two seconds remaining to lift the Falcons to victory over the 49ers (10/3). Hit a game-winning 47-yard field goal against the Green Bay Packers (11/28), marking his third game-winning field goal of the season and the 12th of his career.

2009 (FALCONS)

After being signed by the Falcons as a free agent in December, competed in five games and split the uprights on seven of 10 field goal attempts while adding 10 PATs for a total of 31 points. Recorded 11 points against New Orleans (12/13) after converting three field goals and two PATs. Logged seven points against Buffalo (112/27), including connecting on a season-long 51-yard field goal in the second quarter. Notched eight points at Tampa Bay (1/2) by hitting two 36-yard field goals and two PATs.

2008 (BUCCANEERS)

Ranked fourth in the NFL with a club-record and career-high 131 points. His 32 field goals ranked second in the NFL, were a career-high and also tied the franchise single-season mark. Totaled an .842 field goal percentage which ranks as the fifth-best single-season mark in team history. Made three game-winning kicks on the season. Despite the passing of his youngest son, Tryson, earlier in the week, had a perfect afternoon against Green Bay (9/28) hitting field goals from 23, 36 and 24 yards while converting all three PATs. Was named NFC Special Teams Player of the Week for his efforts.

2007 (BUCCANEERS)

Totaled 118 points, his second-highest season total after converting 28 of 33 field goals (84.3 pct.) and all 34 extra point attempts. Tallied eight-consecutive field goals in the final three contests of the season. Split the uprights on all four field goal attempts against Washington (11/25), including two from 30-39 yards. Also added one extra point for a total of 13 points. Posted two contests where he converted all three field goal attempts (vs. Jacksonville 10/28 and Carolina 12/30).

2006 (BUCCANEERS)

Appeared in all 16 contests and finished with 22 field goals on 17 attempts (77.3 pct.), a long kick of 62 yards and 22 PATs for 73 points. Named NFC Special Teams Player of the Week (7) after connecting on field goals from 30, 44 and 62 yards against Philadelphia (10/22). The 62-yarder was the second-longest game-winning field goal in NFL history. On two occasions, converted three of three field goals against Philadelphia (10/22) and Cleveland (12/14).

2005 (BUCCANEERS)

Saw action in 15 contests and made all 31 PATs while connecting on 21 of 25 field goals, with a then-career long 50-yarder against Atlanta (12/24). His .840 field goal percentage was the third-highest single-season mark in team history. His 21 field goals made were the most by a Buccaneer since kicker Martin Gramatica made 32 in 2002. Kicked the game-winning field goal against the Falcons (11/20) in a Week 11 victory and added his second game-winning field goal against Atlanta (12/24) from 41 yards. Totaled four field goals on four attempts against the New York Jets (10/9) for 12 points on the day.

2004 (COLTS/DOLPHINS)

Made three of four field goals and 12 PATs with the Colts and Dolphins. Made a career-high tying five PATs for the Colts in a Week 5 win against Oakland (10/10). For the Dolphins, went two of two on field goals with a long of 47 yards.

2003 (GIANTS)

Competed in 11 games, missing five with a hamstring injury with the Giants. Led the team in scoring with 50 points and connected on all 17 PATs and 11 of 14 field goal attempts. Opened the season by kicking a season-high three field goals from 24, 47 and 44 yards against St. Louis (9/7). Kicked the game-winning 29-yard field goal on the Giants' first possession in overtime at Washington (9/21).

2002 (GIANTS)

Finished sixth in the NFC with 108 points and connected on 30 of 32 PATs and 26 of 32 field goal attempts. Scored at least one point in every game and was twice named NFC Special Teams Player of the Week, following games against Seattle (9/22) and Washington (11/17). Kicked a career-high tying four field goals at St. Louis (9/15), scoring a career-high 14 points.

COLLEGE

Ranks seventh on Baylor's all-time scoring list with 105 points (21 field goals and 42 extra points). His 21 field goals place him fifth in Bears history while his 42 of 42 PATs set the school record with a 100 percent success rate. Attended Trinity Valley Junior College for two years and was twice named a junior college All-America selection.

PERSONAL

Married to Melissa, and the couple has one son, Tre. The couple's youngest son, Matthew Tryson, passed away in September of 2008. Was the Buccaneers 2008 Ed Block Courage Award recipient. Following the 2008 campaign, was honored by the PFWA with the Halas Award which goes to the individual in the NFL who overcame the most adversity to succeed during a season. Was named the Buccaneers 2007 Man of the Year and a finalist for the NFL Walter Payton Man of the Year award for his work on and off the football field. Attended Bridge City High School in Texas where his 52-yard field goal is still the school record.

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