For some reason, I knew that this game was going to come down to a field goalHouston 21, Jacksonville 19 Oct 27, 2002
We knew we needed to step up our production todayCleveland 34, Houston 17 Oct 20, 2002
He pounded us and wore us down late in the gamePittsburgh 15, Cleveland 12 (OT) Nov 11, 2001
I didn't put the ball through the uprights last week and this has been the longest week of my lifePittsburgh 15, Cleveland 12 (OT) Nov 11, 2001
When I attack the ball, I get my best kicksPittsburgh 15, Cleveland 12 (OT) Nov 11, 2001
Kristopher "Kris" Clayton Brown (born December 23, 1976, in Irving, Texas) is an American football placekicker who is currently a free agent.
He was originally drafted in the seventh round of the 1999 NFL Draft by the Pittsburgh Steelers. In the first six years of his NFL career, he has converted 132 of 173 field goals (76%) and scored 573 points. He was a key player for the expansion Houston Texans, being their placekicker for the entirety of the team's existence until 2010. On September 12, 2010, Neil Rackers became the first kicker other than Brown to attempt (and make) a field goal for the Texans.
Brown was a three-year starter at kicker and a two-year starter at quarterback for Carroll High School in Southlake, Texas. He led the Dragons to consecutive 16-0 records and Class 3A State Championships in 1992 and 1993, starting at quarterback on the 1993 team.