Number One: Tom Dempsey
Tom Dempsey was the New Orleans Saints kicker from 1969 through 1970 (two years).
Although his tenure in New Orleans was short, it didn’t stop him from being one of the most notable names in the history of the New Orleans Saints. Dempsey was born with no fingers on his right hand and no toes on his right foot, which also happened to be his kicking foot.
The famous kicker wore a boot-like shoe on his right foot to help him be able to kick.
Dempsey, who went to a Pro Bowl as a member of the Saints in 1969 and also was selected to the 1969 All-Pro First Team, is most known for his game-winning field goal against the Detroit Lions where he set a then NFL record after nailing a 63-yard field goal.
Dempsey had a great career and played for several different teams nailing over 61 percent of his career field goals and over 89 percent of his extra points.
Dempsey was selected into the Saints Hall of Fame and will forever live in infamy.