Prater converted all five field-goal attempts and his only extra-point attempt during Sunday's game against the Saints. Prater tied his career high for field goals made in a game Sunday, easily logging his most productive day of the season along the way. Prater again showcased his leg power by notching his second 50-yarder in four weeks. He'll look to stay on fire next week against an average Bears defense allowing the 17th-most points per game in 2016.
Prater converted three of three field-goal attempts and his only PAT on Thursday against the Vikings. Prater posted an identical stat line to his Week 9 performance against this same Minnesota team, sending three field goals through the uprights as the Lions again had a tough time reaching the end zone. Since Detroit has been among the league-leaders in field-goal attempts per game through the past four weeks, look for Prater to have another productive day next Sunday against the Saints.
Prater converted two of two field-goal attempts and two of three PATs during Sunday's 26-19 victory over the Jaguars. Prater had his first PAT tipped at the line, but was perfect from then on. The 10th-year veteran has now converted at least two kicks in seven of 10 games this season and will look to keep it going next week against a Vikings team he totaled three field goals against in Week 9.
Prater connected on all three of his field-goal attempts as well as his lone PAT during Sunday's 22-16 overtime victory against the Vikings. Prater was perfect Sunday, but no kick was more important than the 58-yarder with two seconds remaining that sent the game into overtime. While this was only the first time all season Prater has made three field goals, it's also the fourth time he attempted three field goals -- he simply hasn't been able to connect on every one before. Point being, the opportunities have been there, so if Prater can maintain his accurate ways out of the Lions' Week 10 bye, even more productive fantasy outings should be in store.
Prater converted two of three field-goal attempts as well as his only PAT during Sunday's game against the Texans. Though Detroit was largely stifled by the Texans' tough pass defense, Prater still received three field-goal attempts on the day. However, the veteran leg, for the third time this season, was unable to connect on all three. Rather, he again tied his season-high of two conversions. Up next for Prater and the Lions is a visit to Minnesota for a contest in which points may be hard to come by.
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