Elliott connected on both of his field-goal and extra-point attempts in Monday's 28-13 win against the Redskins. Elliott has now converted each of his last six kicks of 40 yards or longer, including a 46-yarder in the fourth quarter of Monday's game. After struggling with consistency early in the season, the Memphis product hasn't missed in his last five games. Elliott will get to kick indoors in Week 14 on the road against the Cowboys.
Elliott attempted no field goals and made his only extra-point attempt in Sunday's 48-7 loss to New Orleans. The Eagles got absolutely trounced in this one, and the offense never managed to get much going. It marks the second time this season that Elliott has been held without a field-goal but the first time he wasn't even called on for an attempt. The Memphis product has just one multi-field-goal game over his last four but will look to rebound as he goes from the worst matchup for kickers in the Saints to the best one in the Giants at home Week 12.
Elliott made both of his field-goal attempts in Sunday's 27-20 loss to the Cowboys as well as two extra points. Elliott made his first attempt from more than 50 yards on his third try of the season in the second quarter and tacked on a 26-yarder in the third. He has been perfect in back-to-back games for just the second time this season, which goes to show the kind of struggles he's had thus far. Nevertheless, Elliott is trending in the right direction and has the support of his head coach. The Eagles offense should give the Memphis product a few opportunities Week 11 at New Orleans.
Elliott made his lone field-goal attempt in Sunday's 24-18 win over the Jaguars, tacking on three extra points. Elliott had missed field-goal tries in each of his last two contests and had received the dreaded vote of confidence from his head coach in the week leading up to the game, so even though it wasn't a huge scoring day for the second-year kicker, it was important nonetheless in terms of job security. Heading into a Week 9 bye makes the 23-year-old droppable in most fantasy leagues, especially with a terrible slate of matchups for kickers over the rest of the season.
Elliott made one of two field-goal attempts in Sunday's 21-17 loss to the Panthers. He was successful on both of his extra-point tries. Elliott pushed a first-quarter kick wide right from 36-yards, and it would come back to bite him and his team later. The Eagles got within easy field-goal range as time wound down in the fourth quarter, but since they were down by four, they were not able to send out the 23-year-old for the victory. If there is any bright side for the second-year kicker, it's that he finally made his first attempt of 40-yards or more on the year. He'll look to rebound Week 8 against Jacksonville in London.
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