Falcons kicker Matt Bryant flew well under the radar during 2014 and even afterward as yearly awards begin to be announced.
Many Falcons fans think Bryant should have been named to the crop of players chosen for the 2015 Pro Bowl in Arizona. Last week, Bryant received one vote on the Associated Press' All-Pro team.
While things were very tight in the kicking category among the league's best legs, Bryant did get some much-deserved recognition from ProFootballFocus.com as the site named him the starting kicker on their All-Pro team.
Bryant went 29-of-32 on field goals in 2014, with his three misses coming from beyond 50 yards. His longest was a 54-yarder on the year, and he was one of four kickers who made 100 percent of their kick attempts between 40-49 yards.
Bryant pledged at the start of the year to donate $100 for every kick he made to the ALS Association and he announced that his donation would be $6,900 when the season came to a close.