Year in and year out, the NFL scoring leader is most often a kicker. It stands to reason as a kicker has more opportunities to score during a football game. In fact in the 28 seasons from 1980 through 2007, kickers led the league in scoring 20 times. A true oddity in the history of league leaders in scoring though is finding players who have led the league in scoring in consecutive years. Only nine players have accomplished that feat in the entire history of the NFL, so let’s take a look at the rare players who have managed to lead the league in scoring not only in multiple seasons, but multiple consecutive seasons.
|Dutch Clark||Running Back||Lions|
|Pat Harder||Running Back||Cardinals|
|Paul Hornung||Running Back||Packers|
|Gino Cappelletti||Receiver/Kicker||Patriots (AFL)|
|Jim Turner||Kicker||Broncos (AFL)|
|Marshall Faulk||Running Back||Rams|