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2023 36 38 49 157 17110.1
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  • Cowboys' Brandon Aubrey: Record-setting rookie campaign

    Aubrey converted 36 of 38 field-goal attempts and 49 of 52 extra-point attempts over 17 regular-season games in 2023. Signed out of the USFL in the offseason, Aubrey missed his first kick attempt in the NFL on a Week 1 PAT but then went on to set a new NFL record by making 35 straight FG attempts to begin his career. He led the league in scoring with 157 points, and barring any major changes in the offseason to the Cowboys' potent offense, Aubrey figures to be among the top fantasy options at his position in 2024.
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  • Cowboys' Brandon Aubrey: Finally misses FG

    Aubrey connected on one of three field-goal attempts and all five of his extra-point attempts in Sunday's 38-10 rout of the Commanders. The rookie kicker's perfect run on FGs ended in the first quarter, when a 32-yard attempt was blocked by Washington. Aubrey then clanked a 36-yard attempt off the left upright in the fourth quarter before finally drilling a 50-yarder to wrap up the scoring for Dallas. Aubrey finishes his first regular season as the NFL's leading scorer with 157 points, going 36-of-38 on FG attempts and 49-of-52 on PATs, and he figures to be busy again Sunday in the wild-card round as the Cowboys host the Packers.
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  • Cowboys' Brandon Aubrey: Another perfect effort Saturday

    Aubrey converted both his field-goal attempts and both his extra-point attempts in a Week 17 win over the Lions. Neither field goal was a chip shot, either, as the rookie kicker drilled a 51-yarder just before halftime before giving Dallas its final points with a 43-yard FG inside the final two minutes of the fourth. Aubrey has already made history by going 35-for-35 on field goals to begin his NFL career, but he's closing in on tying or even surpassing Mike Vanderjagt's perfect 37-for-37 season with the Colts in 2003, which is the record for most conversions in a season without missing a field goal. Aubrey also needs just two more points in Week 18 to set a new rookie record for a season, which would put him ahead of Cody Parkey's 150 for the Eagles in 2014.
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  • Cowboys' Brandon Aubrey: Automatic in Week 16 loss

    Aubrey connected on both his field-goal attempts and both his extra-point attempts in Sunday's 22-20 loss to the Dolphins. It's the eighth time this season, and the third in the last four games, that Aubrey has booted multiple FGs and multiple PATs in the same week. The rookie kicker continues to extend his NFL record of 33 straight successful field goals to begin a career, and he leads the league in scoring with 141 points. Aubrey is in line for a productive finish to the regular season with a Week 17 home game against the Lions being followed by a road contest against the defensively challenged Commanders in Week 18.
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  • Cowboys' Brandon Aubrey: Sets another record Sunday

    Aubrey made all four of his field-goal attempts and three extra-point tries in Sunday's 33-13 win over the Eagles. Aubrey had an impressive Week 14 from all angles, making three field goals from 50-plus yards, including a 59 and 60-yarder, and becoming the first player in NFL history to make two attempts of 59 yards or more in the same game. His other attempts came from 45 and 50 yards out. The rookie kicker out of Notre Dame has yet to miss an FGA on the season and now sits at a perfect 30-for-30. Three PAT misses on 42 tries are the lone blemishes on his season. Aubrey and the Cowboys will next travel to Buffalo for a Week 15 matchup.
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  • Cowboys' Brandon Aubrey: Stays perfect on FGs

    Aubrey connected on a 52-yard field-goal attempt and converted four of five extra point attempts in a 45-10 rout of the Commanders on Thursday. The rookie kicker has missed PATs in back-to-back games and has shanked three in total on 36 attempts through 11 games, but Aubrey remains perfect on FGs, extending his NFL record to begin a career to 22 straight makes. With the Cowboys' offense firing on all cylinders, however, he's seen fewer field goals in recent weeks, limiting his fantasy ceiling heading into the Week 13 meeting with a Seattle team that's given up 22.6 points a game, 22nd in the league.
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  • Cowboys' Brandon Aubrey: Rare miss in Sunday's win

    Aubrey connected on both his field-goal attempts and three of four extra-point tries in Sunday's 33-10 win over the Panthers. The missed PAT was his first unsuccessful kick of any kind since Week 1, but Aubrey remains a perfect 21-for-21 on FG attempts, extending his career-opening NFL record. The rookie placekicker figures to be busy Thanksgiving in an NFC East divisional battle with a Commanders team that just gave up 31 points to the woeful Giants.
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  • Cowboys' Brandon Aubrey: Sets new NFL record

    Aubrey successfully converted one field-goal attempt and two extra-point attempts in Sunday's loss to the Eagles. While he didn't see a lot of volume, Aubrey's 51-yard kick straight down the middle of the uprights late in the second quarter not only gave Dallas a 17-14 lead, it set a new NFL record -- the rookie kicker has begun his career with 19 straight successful field goals, breaking the old mark of 18 set by Travis Coons in 2015. Aubrey's also missed only one of his PAT attempts this season, and he'll look to keep rolling in Week 10 against the Giants.
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  • Cowboys' Brandon Aubrey: Limited opportunities in loss

    Aubrey converted his only extra-point attempt and a 50-yard field goal in Sunday's loss to the 49ers. The rookie kicker was once again perfect, but the struggles of the Dallas offense in San Francisco gave him few opportunities to showcase his skills. Aubrey has drilled 14 straight FG attempts to begin his NFL career and 10 straight PATs after missing his very first one, and he figures to be a lot busier in Week 6 against the Chargers.
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  • Cowboys' Brandon Aubrey: Perfect run continues

    Aubrey connected on all three of his field-goal attempts and all three of his PATs in Sunday's 38-3 rout of the Patriots. Since missing his very first attempt in the NFL, an extra point in the first quarter back in Week 1, Aubrey has been perfect. The former USFL kicker has drilled 13 straight FGs and nine straight PATs, and the Cowboys' penchant for generating points on defense as well as offense has kept Aubrey plenty busy. he may need to cash in every opportunity he gets in Week 5, in what should be a much more competitive contest against the undefeated 49ers.
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  • Cowboys' Brandon Aubrey: Kicker to Start

    Aubrey should be viewed as a No. 1 Fantasy kicker in Week 3 at Arizona and likely for the rest of the season. He's made seven field goals through the first two games, along with five extra points, and the Cowboys should continue to give him plenty of scoring chances on a weekly basis. The Cardinals shouldn't slow down the Dallas offense, and Aubrey has top-five upside in this matchup on the road.
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  • Cowboys' Brandon Aubrey: Misses extra point against Jags

    Aubrey connected on his only field-goal attempt and converted two of three extra-point attempts in Saturday's preseason loss to the Jaguars. The former USFL player is the only kicker currently in camp for the Cowboys, but Aubrey didn't build up any job security with his missed PAT in his first preseason action with the team. It still remains likely that Dallas will bring in competition for the 28-year-old before Week 1.
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  • Cowboys' Brandon Aubrey: Lone kicker left

    Aubrey went 7-for-9 on field-goal attempts Monday in his first practice since the Cowboys waived Tristan Vizcaino, Saad Yousef of The Athletic reports. "We're comfortable [at kicker]," owner/GM Jerry Jones said after the practice. "We're excited about what we've seen. We're excited about how he got here. He's having a real solid camp. We're very comfortable going into the season with him." Despite Jones' endorsement, Aubrey's performance so far in training camp hasn't been so good that the team is closing the door on adding competition for the rookie. "The option of a veteran kicker, that's still a possibility," coach Mike McCarthy said. Aubrey could wind up being a productive fantasy asset riding shotgun for a potent Dallas offense if he does begin the season with the kicking job, but until the former USFL player proves himself in the NFL, he'll be a risky option.
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