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St. Louis Blues Vladimir Tarasenko and New Jersey Devils Jim O'Brien
St. Louis Blues Vladimir Tarasenko gets his stick up with New Jersey Devils Jim O'Brien in the first period at the Scottrade Center in St. Louis on January 12, 2016. Photo by Bill Greenblatt/UPI
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Jim O'Brien (born February 2, 1947 in El Paso, Texas) is a former American football placekicker in the National Football League. He played for the Baltimore Colts from 1970 to 1972 and the Detroit Lions in 1973. He also played wide receiver, catching the bulk of his career passes during the 1972 season while still performing his kicking duties. His short career was less than stellar, posting a 55.6 percentage making 60 of 108 field goal attempts. His shining moment came in Super Bowl V where he kicked a field goal with nine seconds remaining in the game to give the Baltimore Colts the victory over the Dallas Cowboys 16-13.

O'Brien attended the University of Cincinnati. O'Brien attended Aiken High School in Cincinnati.

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