Chris Boswell

American football player (born 1991)

American football player
Chris Boswell
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Boswell with the Steelers in 2016
No. 9 – Pittsburgh Steelers
Position:Placekicker
Personal information
Born: (1991-03-16) March 16, 1991 (age 33)
Fort Worth, Texas, U.S.
Height:6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)
Weight:185 lb (84 kg)
Career information
High school:Fossil Ridge
(Fort Worth, Texas)
College:Rice (2009–2013)
Undrafted:2014
Career history
  • Houston Texans (2014)*
  • New York Giants (2015)*
  • Pittsburgh Steelers (2015–present)
 * Offseason and/or practice squad member only
Roster status:Active
Career highlights and awards
  • Pro Bowl (2017)
NFL record
  • Most field goals made in a postseason game: 6
Career NFL statistics as of Week 18, 2023
Field goals:231
Field goal attempts:265
Field goal %:87.2
Longest field goal:59
Touchbacks:362
Player stats at NFL.com · PFR

Christopher Lynn Boswell (born March 16, 1991) is an American football placekicker for the Pittsburgh Steelers of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at Rice and was signed by the Houston Texans in 2014 as an undrafted free agent and has also spent time with the New York Giants.

Early years

Boswell attended and played high school football at Fossil Ridge High School.[1] He received numerous Power 5 offers before committing to play college football at Rice.[2] His father had grown up in Brazil, playing street soccer.[3]

College career

Boswell played college football at Rice.[4][5] With 358 career points, he is second on the all-time Rice scoring list behind ex-NFL wide receiver Jarett Dillard.[6] In the 2012 season, He led Conference USA in the field goals attempted and tied for first in field goals made.[7]

Professional career

Pre-draft measurables
Height Weight Arm length Hand span
6 ft 2+14 in
(1.89 m)
185 lb
(84 kg)
31+14 in
(0.79 m)
8+58 in
(0.22 m)
All values from NFL Combine[8][9]

Houston Texans

Boswell with the Texans in 2014

The Houston Texans signed Boswell on May 10, 2014, to compete with Randy Bullock.[10] Boswell was cut on August 29.[11] He was re-signed to the practice squad on September 23, 2014.[12]

New York Giants

On January 7, 2015, Boswell signed a reserve/future contract with the New York Giants.[13] On August 16, 2015, Boswell was waived by the Giants.[14] On September 2, 2015, he was re-signed by the Giants.[15] On September 5, 2015, Boswell was waived after failing to make the final 53-man roster.[16]

Pittsburgh Steelers

2015

Boswell signed with the Pittsburgh Steelers on October 3, 2015, becoming their fourth placekicker in 2015.[17]

Boswell made his NFL debut on October 12, completing all three of his extra points and making a 47-yard field goal attempt in a victory over the San Diego Chargers.[18] He connected on the longest debut conversion in team history, besting Todd Peterson’s record of 46.[19] He became the first player out of Rice to convert an extra point and field goal in a game since James Hamrick in Week 6 of the 1987 season.[20][21][22] On October 18, the following week against the Arizona Cardinals, Boswell was 4-for-4 on field goals including kicks of 48, 49, and 51 yards, earning him AFC Special Teams Player of the Week honors.[23] He is the first Steeler in team history to make three 47+ yard field goals in one game.[19] On November 8, Boswell kicked three field goals, including the game-winner and three PATs against the Oakland Raiders,[24][25] albeit missing his first field goal season-to-date.[24] On November 15, Boswell kicked three field goals against the Cleveland Browns.[26] His 14 field goals is tied for fourth among rookie/first-year players in team history, just behind Jeff Reed (2002, 17).[26] On November 29, Boswell kicked three field goals against the Seattle Seahawks.[27] On October 25, Boswell kicked two field goals against the Kansas City Chiefs.[28] On December 6, Boswell kicked three field goals against the Indianapolis Colts.[29] On December 13, Boswell kicked four field goals against the Cincinnati Bengals.[30] On December 20, Boswell kicked two field goals against the Broncos.[31] He tied a franchise record for the most consecutive games played while scoring at least 10 points, tied with Gary Anderson (1985).[31] He also passed Kris Brown for the most made field goals by a rookie or first-year player in the history of the franchise with 29.[31] He also set Steelers’ records for rookie/first-year kickers for points in a season with 113 and field goal percentage at 90.6.[32] He finished the 2015 season with 26 of 27 extra points converted and 29 of 32 field goals converted.[33] On January 7, 2016, Boswell won AFC Special Teams Player of the Month for the month of December.[34]

On January 9, 2016, Boswell kicked four field goals in an 18–16 win in the AFC Wild Card Round game against the Bengals.[35] He successfully kicked a 35-yard game-winning field goal with less than 20 seconds remaining in the game.[36] He set an NFL record for the most field goals by a rookie/first-year player in a playoff game.[37] His four field goals also tied for the most in Steelers playoff history (Gary Anderson in the 1989 Wild Card Round).[37] He also became the youngest kicker to make four field goals in a postseason game.[38] On January 17, 2016, in a loss against the Broncos during the Divisional Round of the playoffs, Boswell tied a franchise record with seven total field goals completed in the post-season.[39]

2016

On September 18, Boswell kicked a season-long 49-yard field goal against the Bengals.[40] On October 23, Boswell kicked three field goals but missed two against the New England Patriots.[41] On November 20, Boswell kicked three field goals against the Browns.[42] On December 11, Boswell kicked two field goals against the Buffalo Bills.[43] On December 18, Boswell kicked a career-high six field goals against the Cincinnati Bengals.[44] He is the first kicker in NFL history to convert at least six field goals in a game and have five of those connect from 40+ yards.[44] The last kicker to kick five field goals from 40+ yards in the same game was Mason Crosby in 2015.[44] He is the third Pittsburgh Steeler in franchise history to accomplish the feat. (Jeff Reed in 2002 and Gary Anderson twice in 1988).[44] He finished the 2016 season converting all 36 extra point attempts and 21 of 25 field goal attempts.[45] On January 15, 2017, In the Divisional Round of the playoffs, he set a playoff record, kicking 6 field goals leading the team to beat the Chiefs 18–16, scoring all of the Steelers' points. Boswell's four first-half field goals also tied the team record for an entire playoff game.[46]

2017

On February 2, 2017, the Steelers signed Boswell to a one-year, exclusive-rights contract.[47] During a Week 2 26–9 victory over the Minnesota Vikings, Boswell converted four field goals and two extra points.[48] During a Week 7 29–14 victory over the Bengals, he kicked a season-high five field goals.[49] In Week 11, he kicked four field goals in a 40–17 victory over the Tennessee Titans.[50] Boswell made a game-winning 53-yard field goal in the next game to beat the Green Bay Packers 31–28 as time expired.[51] His game-winner set a new career-long and tied kicker Dan Bailey's record set in 2016 for the longest NFL field goal ever kicked at Heinz Field (53 yards) in its 17-year history.[52] The only longer successful attempt was in collegiate play when former Old Dominion kicker Jarod Brown made a 54-yard kick against the Pitt Panthers in 2013.[53] The following week, Boswell converted both extra points and all three field goal attempts, including a 38-yard game-winner as time expired, in a 23–20 comeback win over the Bengals, earning him AFC Special Teams Player of the Week.[54] During a narrow Week 14 39–38 victory over the Baltimore Ravens, he kicked four field goals, including a game-winner.[55] Throughout the season, Boswell has kicked multiple game-winning field goals in the last minutes, earning him status as one of the Steelers' "Killer B's" and a spot on the AFC's Pro Bowl starting roster.[56] In the 2017 season, he converted 37 of 39 extra point attempts and 35 of 38 field goal attempts.[57] He finished the season tied with Harrison Butker for fourth in scoring with 142 points.[58]

2018

On March 12, 2018, the Steelers placed a second-round restricted free-agent tender on Boswell.[59] On April 5, he signed the tender.[60] On August 23, 2018, the Steelers signed Boswell to a new five-year deal, keeping him under contract through the 2022 season.[61] Boswell was later named a captain alongside Ben Roethlisberger, Maurkice Pouncey, and Cameron Heyward.[62]

During a Week 12 24–17 road loss to the Broncos, Boswell scored his first NFL touchdown on a fake field goal in the waning moments of the second quarter, tossing a two-yard pass to offensive tackle Alejandro Villanueva as time expired.[63] He would then convert the ensuing extra point, thus accounting for all seven points of the score.[64]

Boswell was placed on injured reserve on December 28, 2018.[65] It was revealed that he suffered a grade-2 tear in his groin as reported by his brother, Stephen Boswell.[66][67] Boswell was replaced by kicker Matt McCrane for the Steelers' final game against the Cincinnati Bengals for the 2018 season.[68][69] Boswell had a down year in 2018, converting only 13 of 20 field goal attempts and 43 of 48 extra point attempts. His 65% field goal percentage was ranked last among kickers with at least 20 field goal attempts.[70][71]

2019

Boswell rebounded in 2019, going 29 for 31 (93.5%) on field goal attempts and a perfect 28 for 28 on extra point attempts.[72]

2020

On November 8, 2020, in a game at AT&T Stadium against the Dallas Cowboys, Boswell made a career-long 59-yard field goal which also set the Steelers franchise record for the longest field goal.[73] He finished the 2020 season converting 34 of 38 extra point attempts and 19 of 20 field goal attempts in 13 games.[74]

2021

In the fourth quarter of the Steelers' September 19 game against the Las Vegas Raiders, Boswell broke the Heinz Field field goal record with a 56-yard field goal.[75] On October 17, 2021, he hit three field goals against the Seahawks including a 37-yard game-winning field goal in overtime.[76] On October 31, 2021, against the Browns, Boswell was concussed on a fake field goal attempt. The ball was snapped to him, he rolled out right while attempting to pass, and was hit immediately after throwing the ball, which landed incomplete.[77] On November 8, 2021, against the Chicago Bears, Boswell missed an extra point in the third quarter, but was 3 for 3 on field goals, hitting a 54-yarder, a 52-yarder, and a game-winning 40-yarder.[78] He finished the 2021 season converting 27 of 29 extra point attempts and 36 of 40 field goal attempts in 17 games.[79]

2022

On August 1, 2022, Boswell signed a four-year, $20 million contract extension with the Steelers.[80]

During the season-opener at the Bengals, Boswell missed a 55-yard field goal that would have won the game in overtime which hit the left upright. However, he would go on to kick a 53-yard game-winning field goal, converting on three of four field goal attempts in that game. Three weeks later, Boswell made a 59-yard field goal against the New York Jets as time expired in the second quarter, making it the longest field goal scored at Acrisure Stadium to date, while also tying his career long. On November 10, 2022, he was placed on injured reserve with a groin injury.[81] He was activated on December 10.[82] He appeared in 12 games in the 2022 season. He converted all 18 extra point attempts of 20 of 28 field goal attempts.[83]

2023

In the 2023 season, Boswell appeared in all 17 regular season games. He finished converting 27 of 28 extra point attempts and 29 of 31 field goal attempts.[84]

NFL career statistics

Legend
Bold Career high

Regular season

General Field goals PATs Kickoffs Points
Season Team GP FGM FGA FG% Blck Long XPM XPA XP% KO Avg TBs Pts
2015 PIT 12 29 32 90.6% 0 51 26 27 96.3% 74 63.2 26 113
2016 PIT 15 21 25 84.0% 1 49 36 36 100.0% 80 61.9 49 99
2017 PIT 16 35 38 92.1% 1 53 37 39 94.9% 90 63.1 46 142
2018 PIT 15 13 20 65.0% 0 50 43 48 89.6% 81 62.9 50 82
2019 PIT 16 29 31 93.5% 0 51 28 28 100.0% 72 63.2 31 115
2020 PIT 13 19 20 95.0% 0 59 34 38 89.5% 73 63.3 44 91
2021 PIT 17 36 40 90.0% 0 56 27 29 93.1% 86 63.5 40 135
2022 PIT 12 20 28 71.4% 1 59 18 18 100.0% 50 61.5 21 78
2023 PIT 17 29 31 93.5% 0 57 27 28 96.4% 76 63.6 55 114
Career 133 231 265 87.2% 3 59 276 291 94.8% 682 63 362 969

Postseason

General Field goals PATs Kickoffs Points
Season Team GP FGM FGA FG% Blck Long XPM XPA XP% KO Avg TBs Pts
2015 PIT 2 7 7 100.0% 0 47 1 1 100.0% 11 62.2 8 22
2016 PIT 3 8 8 100.0% 0 45 3 5 60.0% 17 59.2 6 27
2017 PIT 1 6 6 100.0% 7 52.4 3 6
2020 PIT 1 1 1 100.0% 0 49 2 2 100.0% 6 54.2 2 5
2021 PIT 1 3 3 100.0% 4 51.0 1 3
2023 PIT 1 1 1 100.0% 0 40 2 2 100.0% 4 66.0 3 5
Career 9 17 17 100.0% 0 49 17 19 89.5% 49 58.2 23 68

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