Tucker made 33 of his 40 field-goal attempts (82.5 percent) and all 29 of his extra-point tries during the 2015 season. Six of his misses came from 50-plus yards, with the other coming from 40-49. Tucker can become an unrestricted free agent in March, and he has a very strong case to become the highest-paid kicker in NFL history. However, the Ravens may opt to use the franchise tag, which would make Tucker a very nice bargain, at least for 2016. The most likely scenario features the Ravens using the franchise tag, then using it as leverage to negotiate a long-term contract. Tucker has proven to be a top-notch fantasy kicker, even when the Baltimore offense is mediocre.
Tucker made two of his three field-goal attempts and kicked one extra point in Sunday's 15-13 loss to the Dolphins. Tucker has converted a career-worst 78.8 percent of his field-goal attempts this season, but six of his seven misses have come from beyond 50 yards. He's still one of the better options at his position, as Baltimore's willingness to let him try long kicks allows for the kind of volume that's typically reserved for kickers attached to potent offenses. However, the Ravens may find even field-goal attempts tough to come by in a Week 14 matchup with the Seahawks.
Tucker made two of his three field-goal attempts and both of his extra-point attempts in Sunday's 25-20 loss to the 49ers. Tucker probably has the longest leash of any kicker in the NFL, and he's still 11-for-14 on field-goal attempts this season, with two of the misses coming from beyond 50 yards and the other from 40-49. The Ravens may not be good enough to win games, but the offense has at least been competent enough for Tucker to remain a top-10 kicker. He does get a tough matchup this week, with the Ravens traveling to Arizona.
Ravens placekicker Justin Tucker made one of his two field-goal attempts in the Week 5 defeat to Cleveland. Tucker missed from 51 yards out, but he has still connected on 11 of his 13 attempts this season, with two field goals from beyond 50 yards. Most kickers would only be borderline options if attached to the same offense, but Tucker is good enough to be considered one of the top 12 at his position.
Ravens kicker Justin Tucker has been perfect thus far, going 6 for 6 and making all four of his extra point chances this season. Tucker has been one of the most consistent kickers since entering the league in 2012 and that hasn't changed a bit this year as Tucker has made the most out of his opportunities. While the Ravens offense hasn't found its way in the endzone very often this year, they've been able to move up and down the field enough to provide Tucker some decent fantasy value. He remains one of the safest kickers in all of fantasy football.
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