I'm not sure this has been posted, but I thought I'd mention it in case the board, in general, wasn't aware. It's not yet official as he needs another 30 or so attempts, but Dan Bailey, as of now, is the all time NFL leader in career FG percentage at 89.7%. He has a 2% lead over Alex Henery who also hasn't officially qualified yet, but if he continues on his current pace, by the end of the year, he will supplant Vanderjagt from the top position on the list. Last year, he had 26 attempts from inside the 40, and he was successful on all of them. He has also never missed an extra point. Recently, Jerry Jones said that he was open to the idea of extending Bailey when the time comes, but I honestly don't see how he couldn't. You don't let guys like Bailey walk.