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Extra Points
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2022 11 12 14 47
2021 18 22 40 94 947.2
2020 24 33 36 108 1106.9
3y Avg. 18 24 32 86 877.3
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  • Lions' Michael Badgley: First miss of season

    Badgley converted one of two field-goal attempts and both of his PATs during Thursday's 28-25 loss to Buffalo. Badgley was 10-for-10 on field-goal attempts before shanking a 29-yard attempt in the third quarter. He somewhat redeemed himself in the fourth quarter by nailing a game-tying 51-yard kick with 23 seconds left in regulation. Now that Detroit's offense is getting back on track after a mid-season, injury-induced offensive lull, fantasy managers could do worse at kicker than Badgley in a Week 13 matchup with the Jaguars.
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  • Lions' Michael Badgley: Held to one FGA

    Badgley converted his only field-goal attempt and all four PATs during Sunday's 31-18 win over the Giants. The good news is that the Lions offense is doing well in the returns of D'Andre Swift and DJ Chark (ankle). However, for a second week in a row, the unit was too efficient for Badgley to put together a monster fantasy day. It is possible it could all come together for him in Week 12 if a tough Buffalo defense can force Detroit into more field-goal attempts.
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  • Lions' Michael Badgley: Provides winning kick

    Badgley made his only field-goal attempt and all four of his extra-point tries in Sunday's 31-30 win over the Bears. Badgley clinched Detroit's second straight victory with a PAT with just over two minutes remaining. He made a 25-yard field goal earlier in the contest, ultimately totaling seven points after posting merely one in Week 9.
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  • Lions' Michael Badgley: Minimal opportunities

    Badgley did not attempt a field goal but converted his only PAT during Sunday's 15-9 win over Green Bay. After three productive games to begin the year, Badgley didn't get much to work with on a day the Lions put up just 254 yards of total offense. It obviously didn't help that Detroit went for two after one of its touchdowns. While Badgley has shown to have some upside in this Lions offense, he will be hard to trust in a Week 10 outdoor game against the Bears in Chicago.
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  • Lions' Michael Badgley: Another solid performance

    Badgley converted two of two field-goal attempts and three of three PATs during Sunday's 31-27 loss to the Dolphins. Badgley may need to start handling kickoff duties to become a candidate for being Detroit's long-term answer at kicker, but he otherwise has been solid for the Lions through two games. The Miami product converted field goals from 26 and 42 yards out in this one and is now a perfect 8-for-8 on the year thanks to a four-field-goal showing he had with Chicago earlier in the season. Badgley will look to stay mistake-free in a potential Week 9 shootout against the Packers.
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  • Lions' Michael Badgley: Officially on active roster

    Badgley officially signed a contract with the Lions on Saturday. Badgley had one more week of practice squad elevation, but the Lions opted to cement the status of their starting kicker. The well-traveled kicker has now converted all six of his attempts across three games combined with the Bears and Lions this season.
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  • Lions' Michael Badgley: Moves back to practice squad

    Badgley reverted to the Lions' practice squad Monday, per the NFL's transaction log. Badgley was elevated by Detroit for the second week in a row ahead of Sunday's loss to Dallas, making both of his field-goal attempts in the contest. The 27-year-old has now made all six of his attempts in three combined games between the Bears and Lions this season. Badgley is now eligible for one more practice-squad elevation before requiring a full spot on the active roster to continue suiting up for Detroit this season.
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  • Lions' Michael Badgley: Drills 53-yard field goal

    Badgley converted two of two field-goal attempts during Sunday's 24-6 loss to the Cowboys. Badgley converted field goals from 40 and 53 yards out in what amounted to Detroit's only points of the game. However, Detroit's five offensive turnovers prevented the team from ending any other drives on a positive note. It will be interesting to see if the healthy returns of D'Andre Swift (shoulder) and possibly Amon-Ra St. Brown (concussion) will help the offense get back on track in Week 8 against Miami.
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  • Lions' Michael Badgley: Moves up to active roster

    Badgley was elevated from the Lions' practice squad Saturday. This makes three practice squad elevations for him, meaning the Lions will either need to sign Badgley to the active roster next week or find a new kicker. In two starts, Badgley has gone 4-for-4 on field-goal attempts and also connected on both of his extra-point tries.
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  • Lions' Michael Badgley: Reverts to practice squad

    Badgley reverted to the Lions' practice squad Monday, per the NFL's transaction log. Badgley served as the starting kicker during Sunday's 29-0 loss to New England after the team waived Austin Seibert last Friday. However, the practice-squad kicker did not get a chance to attempt a field goal against the Patriots due to the Lions' lack of offensive production in Week 5. Badgley will likely be elevated from the practice squad over each of the next two weeks before requiring a spot on the Lions' active roster in order to suit up moving forward this season.
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  • Lions' Michael Badgley: Not needed in New England

    Badgley did not log an attempt during Sunday's 29-0 loss to the Patriots. Badgley seemed to be in a good spot for fantasy production after taking over kicking duties for a team that led the league in many offensive categories entering the week. However, the Lions had zero luck getting into scoring range and ultimately went 0-for-6 on fourth downs. Badgley could have had a couple of chances to score points in the second half, but the Detroit coaching staff seemingly saw no point in kicking field goals after a certain point. The entire offense will look to regroup during a Week 6 bye before attempting to get back on track within the indoor confines of AT&T stadium in Week 7.
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  • Lions' Michael Badgley: Elevated for Week 5

    The Lions elevated Badgley on Saturday from their practice squad to their active roster for Sunday's matchup against the Patriots. Badgley, who made all four of his kicks while playing for Chicago in Week 4, was signed to the Lions' practice squad Tuesday after being let go by the Bears on Monday. He figures to serve as the primary placekicker for Detroit after the Lions waived Austin Seibert (groin) on Friday.
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  • Lions' Michael Badgley: Replacing Seibert

    The Lions waived Austin Seibert (groin) on Friday, making Badgley the likely kicker this Sunday against New England, Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press reports. Badgley spent three years with the Chargers before splitting time between the Colts and Titans last season. The Lions signed him to the practice squad Tuesday after cutting Dominik Eberle, who was a disaster filling in for an injured Seibert in the Week 4 loss to Seattle. It's Badgley's turn now, though the Lions could start from scratch and try someone else on the other side of a Week 6 bye.
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  • Michael Badgley: Finds new home quickly

    Badgley signed with the Lions' practice squad Tuesday, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports. Badgley was cut by the Bears on Monday after making all four of his field-goal attempts in their loss to the Giants in Week 4. With Austin Seibert (groin) questionable for Sunday against the Patriots, Badgley would likely be the man to replace him if Seibert is unable to play.
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  • Michael Badgley: Cut from practice squad

    Badgley was let go after reverting to the Bears' practice squad Monday, Aaron Wilson of ProFootballNetwork.com reports. Badgley made all four of his field-goal attempts after being elevated ahead of Chicago's loss to the Giants on Sunday. The 27-year-old started instead of usual kicker Cairo Santos, who appears ready to return after missing Week 4 due to personal reasons. Badgley converted 18 of his 21 field-goal tries and all 39 of his extra-point attempts over 12 games with Indianapolis last year, and he should provide a reliable option for teams in need of a replacement kicker this season.
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  • Bears' Michael Badgley: Big performance

    Badgley was perfect on four field-goal attempts in the Bears' 20-12 loss to the Giants on Sunday. With Cairo Santos missing this game for personal reasons, Badgley score all of Chicago's points. He'll likely retain the kicking role until Santos is able to return. However, with the Bears being a low-volume offense, it's unlikely the Bears' kicker will have many big games.
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  • Bears' Michael Badgley: Set for Week 4 kicking duties

    Badgley will serve as the Bears' placekicker in Sunday's game against the Giants, Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune reports. Badgley signed with the Bears on Saturday and will now start for the team in place of Cairo Santos (personal). The veteran converted 18 of his 22 field-goal tries across 13 games between the Colts and Titans last season, but rain and wind could impact Sunday's contest and therefore limit kicking opportunities.
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  • Bears' Michael Badgley: Moves to active roster

    Badgley was signed to the Bears' practice squad Saturday and immediately elevated to the active roster with Cairo Santos (personal) not set to travel with the team for Sunday's contest against the Giants. The Bears still have Santos listed as questionable despite the fact he's not traveling with the team to New York, but given the move to immediately elevate Badgley from the practice squad, it sure seems as if the veteran will make his 2022 debut for Chicago. Badgley played in 13 games last season with the Colts and Titans, converting 18 of his 22 tries. With possible rainy conditions on the horizon, don't expect the 27-year-old to have a ton of opportunities if he does ultimately end up starting Sunday.
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  • Colts' Michael Badgley: Converts only kick in season finale

    Badgley converted his only field-goal attempt from 41 yards in Sunday's loss at Jacksonville. Badley made 18 of 21 field-goal attempts and all 39 extra-point attempts in 12 games after joining the Colts midseason. Badgley missed his only field goal while playing for the Titans in 2021 before signing with the Colts and replacing an injured Rodrigo Blankenship. Badgley performed well enough for the Colts to consider retaining him for 2022, but Blankenship is under contract for one more season. It's not clear what the Colts will do at placekicker for next season.
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  • Colts' Michael Badgley: Bounces back after early miss

    Badgley made two of his three field-goal attempts and both of his extra-point tries during Saturday's 22-16 win over the Cardinals. At the start of the second quarter, Badgley left a 53-yard attempt short. However, he bounced back to nail a 41-yard field goal as time expired in the first half. He then capped off a 10-play, 56-yard drive with a 37-yard attempt that gave the Colts a 15-13 lead at the end of the third quarter. Badgley has now missed at least one field goal in each of the last three contests, but coach Frank Reich has remained confident in the 26-year-old.
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