Looks like Dr. D is right (had to admit I needed to look it up). That must have been a windy day and good roll.
I'd have guessed Ray Guy with Oakland myself. The greatest punter of all time. Don't believe it? Read these stats:
-First Pure Punter Drafted in the 1st Round (23rd player overall).
-Played in seven Pro Bowls (six consecutively) - most ever for a punter!
-Played in seven AFC Championship Games.
-Played in three Super Bowl wins punting 14 times (tied for 3rd for most Super Bowl punts in a career) including a 41.9 average (3rd highest average recorded for a career).
-Led NFL in Punting three times.
-NFL Postseason Record for most punts in a career with 111 punts.
-NFL Postseason Record for Highest Punting Average in a game with 56.0 average.
(This record includes a 71yard punt - the 3rd Longest Postseason punt in NFL history).
-Pro Bowl Record for most punts in a career with 33 punts.
-First Pure Punter Nominated for Pro Football Hall of Fame.
-Listed as one of 300 Greatest Players in NFL History by the Official Encyclopedia of the National Football League – Total Football II.
-First Punter to win the Golden Toe Award (presented by Pro Football Weekly).
-“Hang-time” came into the NFL lexicon during his tenure. One of his punts hit the hanging scoreboard in the Louisiana Superdome. Another was tested for “helium!”
-Doubled as teams’ emergency quarterback with strong, accurate passing arm.
-Never missed a game (Played in 207 consecutive games in 14 year career).
-No blocked kicks in his first five NFL seasons. Had only three of 1049 punts blocked in his career. (Finished career with streak of 619 unblocked boots.)
-Placed an astonishing 57 punts inside 20-yard line during 1984-85 seasons.
-Averaged under 40 yards per punt only once in entire career. (42.4 career average).