Steve Christie (1992 – 2000)
Steve Christie went undrafted in 1990 after attending college at William & Mary. He signed with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and spent two seasons with the Bucs. In his rookie year, he was 23 of 27 on field goals, scoring 96 points. He also finished sixth in NFL Rookie of the Year voting, which is unheard of for a kicker.
Christie joined the Buffalo Bills in 1992, taking over for Scott Norwood, and scored 115 points in his first season with the team. He went on to play for the Bills for nine seasons and only once did he have a season where he didn’t score at least 100 points.
During his time with the Bills, he scored 1,011 points, tops among any kicker in Buffalo history. He had the longest made field goal of the season three times in his career, with a 54-yarder in 1992, 59 yards in 1993, and a 55-yarder in 1997.
After his time with the Bills, Christie spent three seasons with the San Diego Charges from 2001 to 2003, followed by one season with the New York Giants. Christie finished his career with 1,476 career points, which currently places him 28th all-time in NFL history.