Bailey connected on both his field goal attempts and his only PAT in a 27-13 loss to the Eagles in Week 17. He finishes the regular season with 27 made field goals on 32 attempts and a perfect 46-for-46 mark on PATs, giving Bailey more than 120 points for the fifth time in six seasons. The five misses are actually his most since he was a rookie, but with the Cowboys' offense looking like it will be a force in 2017 and beyond thanks to Dak Prescott, Ezekiel Elliott and a fantastic offensive line, Bailey should remain a rock-steady fantasy option at kicker.
Bailey connected on four of six field goal attempts and both his PATs in Sunday's 26-20 win over the Buccaneers. Both misses came from outside 50 yards, but they still cost him the top spot on the NFL's career field goal percentage list -- Justin Tucker is now two-tenths of a percent ahead of Bailey, 89.6 to 89.4. The Cowboys' kicker remains a reliable fantasy option though, and he's now one extra point away from his third 25-FG, 40-PAT campaign in the last four seasons.
Bailey connected on two extra points and all three of his field goal attempts, including a 53-yarder, in Sunday's dramatic 35-30 win over the Steelers. Dallas got into a strange two-point conversion battle with Pittsburgh (the two teams were a combined 0-for-6 on them) which resulted in Bailey losing out on a couple of PATs, but otherwise it was another productive game for the nearly automatic kicker. As long as Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott are the engine powering the Cowboys' offense, Bailey should continue to see plenty of scoring chances.
Bailey converted all three of his field-goal attempts as well as each of his three PATs against the Packers on Sunday. Bailey didn't even get a chance to kick a field goal in Week 5, but received three of them Sunday, his second-most this season. He's now 11 of 13 on the season, tied for 10th in the league in field goal conversions, and hasn't missed any of his 18 PATs all year. He's now set to enjoy the Cowboys' bye week, but Bailey will be back in action against the Eagles in Week 8.
Bailey (back) is listed as active Sunday in Green Bay, Drew Davison of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports. Bailey played in Week 5 after a back injury contained him to just one limited practice. This week, he logged full showings in each session, so there wasn't much worry about his availability. Field-goal chances should be aplenty Sunday against a Packers defense that has allowed 2.5 attempts per game this season.
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