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Tom Dempsey.


On Nov 8th, 1970, there was a hard fought game between the New Orleans Saints and the Detroit Lions.



The game was nip and tuck and it came down to the last final seconds to see who would win. The crowd gasped as they realized that the Saints were going to try a field goal of 63 yards.


To try something that had never been done before in the history of man would certainly take a Goliath of a person. The crowd looked for a man with a size 45 shoe and a chest as big as the back of a semi.



But instead they saw a man run out onto the field who had no fingers on his right hand, no toes on his right foot, and only half of his kicking foot.


When Tom Dempsey kicked that ball he set history for professional football and set a world record that had never been done before. The beautiful thought about Tom Dempsey is not that he won a football game, but that he saw an obstacle and refused to be handicapped.


Dempsey lived above the circumstances.

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