Punahou grad and Kailua born Ka'imi Fairbairn kicked two field goal for the Houston Texans in their win over the Jaguars to lock up the AFC South finishing with 37 made field goals on the regular season. Fairbairn finishes the season with the most field goals made in the NFL while also going 39 of 41 on extra point opportunities.  

At UCLA in 2015 Fairbairn won the Lou Groza award given to the nation's best collegiate kicker after finishing his career as the all time leading scorer in PAC-12 history. 

The Bruin went undrafted in 2016 but signed as a free agent with the Houston Texans. He spent the season on the IR with an injured quad but earned the starting job for the Texans to begin the 2017 season.

During his time at Punahou School he was a two-sport standout in both football and soccer where he was named all-state two times and helped lead his team to two state championships. In football he earned 2nd team all state as a sophomore before taking first team all state as both a junior and senior. 

*Picture credit and to see video of Fairbairn in high school visit: (PupulePaul) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vb_0oRZSNaA