FIELD GOAL RANGE STATISTICS
- Connected on 27 of 32 field goal attempts for 118 points
- Among kickers with at least 100 career field goals, ranks sixth in NFL history by connecting on 84.5% of his kicks
- Finished sixth in the AFC among kickers with 118 points
- Nailed nine game-winning kicks in his career, including two in 2009 (at HST, vs. MIA)
- Ranks third on the Titans/Oilers all-time scoring list with 575 career points
- Passed Tony Zendejas for third place on the franchise’s all-time scoring list with a 36-yard field goal against St. Louis
- Registered his first career punt, a 40-yarder, against Houston
- Ranked second in the AFC and seventh in the NFL in scoring in fourth NFL season
- Made 29 out of his 33 field goal attempts and all 40 of his extra point attempts to give him 127 total points, the fourth-highest scoring total in franchise history
- Made 16 field goals of 40 or more yards to set a team record
- With 22 touchbacks, Bironas tied for first in the AFC and second in the NFL
- Selected as the AFC Kicker for the 2008 Pro Bowl.
- Earned a career-high 133 points, the third highest in the NFL and second highest in the AFC.
- Kicked eight field goals against Houston to break the NFL and franchise record for most field goals in one game.
- With 35 field goals, Rob led the NFL with the most in-season field goals
- Nailed all PAT attempts in 2007 and has 59 consecutive extra points dating back to the 2006 season.
- NFL career includes six game-winning field goals, with one in 2007.
- Nailed a game-winning 60-yard field goal against Indianapolis. The 60-yarder tied him for the fourth longest field goal in the NFL.
- With 98 points, led the Titans in scoring for the second consecutive season.
- Completed a perfect 32 of 32 extra points and made 22 of 28 field goals.
- Set a franchise record with four game-winning field goals in a single season.
- Led the team in scoring with 99 points.
- Made 23 of 29 field goals and 30 of 32 extra points.
- Kicked 11 touchbacks, which tied him for the fourth most in the AFC.