Bullock converted all three field-goal tries (34, 38, 44) and his only extra point attempt during Sunday's 24-14 win against the Giants. Signed Saturday to replace Chris Boswell (abdomen), Bullock put up decent fantasy numbers, despite the Steelers going for their eighth two-point conversion of the season. It remains to be seen who will do the kicking for Pittsburgh in Week 14 against the Bills, who allow opposing kickers an average of 7.3 points per game.
With Chris Boswell (abdomen) inactive, Bullock will handle the Steelers' kicking duties Sunday against the Giants. Per the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, it was thought that Boswell might be able to give it a go Sunday, but the team will play it safe with him and Bullock will get the nod in Week 13, thus making him a plug-in option for those who had hoped to use Boswell in their fantasy lineups.
Bullock was signed by the Steelers on Saturday. Bullock's signing goes hand in hand with the news of Chris Boswell dealing with an abdomen issue. If Boswell is unable to play on Sunday against the Giants, Bullock will be slated to handle the kicking duties.
Bullock is set to sign with the Giants, Jordan Raanan of ESPN reports. The Giants have been actively shopping in the market of kickers after the news of Josh Brown's domestic violence case seeped out. Bullock will provide a veteran kicking presence and will presumably take over kicking duties for the Giants in week 1.
Bullock made 1-of-2 field-goal attempts while adding a pair of extra points Sunday against the Bills. Playing for two different teams this year, Bullock connected on 19-of-23 field-goal attempts, but will likely have to find a new job as Nick Folk should return from his injury and is under contract with the Jets in 2016. His fantasy value will be dependent upon where he ends up next year.
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