Bryant was limited in practice Wednesday due to a right quadriceps injury. Until the Falcons sign another kicker, Bryant should be considered good to go for Sunday's contest against the Vikings. Typically one of the highest-scoring kicking options in the NFL, he's fallen all the way to 18th in scoring with 68 points, as the Falcons have sputtered after a fast start to the season.
Bryant made two chip-shot field goals and two extra points in Sunday's loss to the Buccaneers. Both of his field goals were actually a shorter distance than his extra point attempts, as he hit from 24 yards and 21 yards. He has a nice matchup against the woeful 49ers in Week 9.
Bryant connected on a 27-yard field goal and drilled an extra point in Sunday's win over the Titans. He also missed an attempt from 47 yards late in the final quarter that could have extended Falcons lead to six points. He has only connected on three of his last six field goal attempts, but he remains a perfect 20-for-20 on extra points on the year.
Falcons kicker Matt Bryant, who hadn't missed a kick yet this season, hit 2 of 4 field goal attempts in Sunday's overtime win over the Falcons. Bryant didn't miss by much, as he hit the right upright from 38 yards and doinked the left upright from 48 yards. His two makes came from 28 yards and 42 yards, and he tallied one extra point. He has a good matchup Week 6 against the Saints.
Falcons kicker Matt Bryant hit a 42-yard field goal and knocked in three extra points in Sunday's win over the Giants. Bryant is off to a perfect start in 2015, with five field goals and five extra points under his belt. The veteran has made 58 of 64 field goals since 2013, making him one of the most accurate kickers over that period. He should continue to kick well in the dome.
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