Bullock went 2-for-3 on field goals and converted three extra points Sunday against the Colts. Bullock missed his first field goal since Week 1, as he hit the right upright on a 48-yard attempt. However, he was able to knock through attempts from 47 and 55 yards out. He also remains perfect on extra-point tries this season, improving to 12-for-12 on the year.
Bullock made a 38-yard field goal -- his lone attempt -- in Sunday's 27-3 loss to the Ravens. Bullock hit three or more field goals in three straight contests entering Week 5, but the game didn't work in his favor Sunday. In the first half, the Bengals made it into Ravens' territory twice, turning it over on downs once and losing a fumble once. They didn't make it past the 50-yard line again until their final drive when Bullock hit a 38-yard field goal. It was an incredibly disappointing game for Bullock and the Bengals, and they have another tough matchup on tap in Week 6 against a Colts squad that's allowed 16.6 points per game.
Bullock made all four field-goal attempts and three extra points in Sunday's 33-25 win over the Jaguars. Bullock has been perfect for three straight weeks, connecting on all 10 field goals and all eight extra points. He hasn't attempted a kick from beyond 50 yards in that stretch, but he did nail a 53-yarder in the season opener. The Bengals' offense is quite productive with Joe Burrow under center, so the opportunities should be here to stay, although a Week 5 matchup against the Ravens is a tough draw.
Bullock connected on three field goals and two extra points in Sunday's 23-23 tie against the Eagles. For a second straight week, Bullock was perfect on field goals, nailing tries from 48, 31 and 25 yards. The Bengals' inefficiencies in the red zone are working to Bullock's benefit. It should start improving for the team soon, but this offense can produce enough to keep Bullock as a fantasy-viable option in Week 4 against the Jaguars.
Bullock converted all three of his field-goal attempts and nailed a trio of extra-point tries during Thursday's 35-30 loss to the Browns. Bullock battled a calf injury leading up to Thursday's divisional contest, but he didn't appear hampered while on the field. His only missed field goal on the season came Week 1 and was caused by a calf strain he appeared to suffer mid-kick. Bullock will get the benefit of an extra three days to rest up before kicking against the Eagles in Week 3.
|WK||DATE||OPP||OPP RANK||OPP FPTS|
|11||11/22||@Washington Football Team||18||8.00|
|12||11/29||New York Giants||22||8.50|