Ryan Succop

#4 K / Tennessee Titans / EXP: 9YRS Height: 6-2 Weight: 218 lb Age: 31 College: South Carolina Bye 8

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  • Titans' Ryan Succop: Narrowly misses 58-yarder
    By RotoWire Staff

    Succop missed his lone field-goal attempt while converting an extra point in Sunday's 12-7 loss to Arizona. Succop's attempt at a career-long 58-yard field goal to end the first half came up just inches short, bouncing off the crossbar. Tennessee's offense struggled mightily with quarterback Marcus Mariota playing through a knee injury, which doesn't bode well for Succop's value in what looks like an enticing Week 15 matchup at San Francisco.

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  • Succop converted one of two field-goal attempts while making a trio of extra points in Sunday's 24-13 win over Houston. Succop missed a 40-yarder in the first quarter but connected from 43 with three seconds left before halftime. While the veteran kicker is normally one of the most accurate options at his position, he's had some recent stumbles with a missed field goal in four of the past six games.

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  • Succop made field goals of 29 and 45 yards to go with a pair of extra points in Sunday's 20-16 win over the Colts. The accurate veteran was unsurprisingly perfect when called upon in this one. Succop's been true on 25 of 29 field-goal attempts this season.

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  • Titans' Ryan Succop: Blocked on 48-yard attempt
    By RotoWire Staff

    Succop was successful from 44 yards out, but he misfired from 48 while converting both of his extra-point attempts in Thursday's 40-17 loss at Pittsburgh. Succop's performance was eerily similar to his outing from four days earlier, as both involved a make from 44 following a miss from 48. His second-quarter miss Thursday was blocked by T.J. Watt.

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  • Succop converted one of two field-goal attempts and all three extra-point tries in Sunday's 24-20 win over the Bengals. Succop came in with 56 consecutive successful field goals under 50 yards, but he ended that streak when he pushed a 48-yard attempt wide right in the second quarter. He rebounded by making a 44-yarder on the last play of the first half and remains one of the league's most reliable kickers.

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