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NFC East Standings

Team Div Overall
2-1-0 11-1-0
3-1-0 9-3-0
0-2-1 7-4-1
1-2-1 7-5-1

2022 Kicking

STATS FG
Field Goals
FGM-A
Field Goals Made - Field Goals Attempted
FG%
Field Goal Percentage
XP
Extra Points
XPM-A
Extra Points Made - Extra Points Attempted
PTS
Kicking Points
Regular Season 22 25 88.0 21 23 87

Top Graham Gano News

  • Giants' Graham Gano: Misses potential game-winning FG

    Gano converted two field goals on three attempts and made both of his extra-point tries in Sunday's 20-20 tie with Washington.

    Gano hit from 48 yards out early in the second quarter and made a chip-shot 27-yarder just before halftime. With time running out in OT, he attempted to win the game from 58 yards out but came up short. It was the first time since Week 4 that the veteran kicker has missed a field-goal try, though it's unreasonable to pin much blame on him given the distance on the attempt.

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  • Giants' Graham Gano: Rebounds with strong Week 12

    Gano made both of his field-goal attempts, including a 57-yarder, and converted both of his extra-point tries Thursday against Dallas on Thanksgiving.

    An ill Gano struggled mightily last week against Detroit, missing both of his extra-point tries while not attempting a field goal for the first time since Week 1. He bounced back in impressive fashion Thursday, converting a 57-yard field goal on New York's second possession and a 47-yarder just before halftime. The veteran kicker also made both of his point-after tries, so it's probably safe to say that last week's struggles were a result of his illness and not a reason to be concerned about his reliability moving forward.

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  • Giants' Graham Gano: Comes up empty in Week 11

    Gano (illness) missed both of his extra-point attempts and did not try a field goal in Sunday's Week 11 loss to the Lions.

    Gano missed practice Friday due to an illness but attempted to play through it Sunday. The issue may have contributed to the veteran kicker's poor showing -- his first extra-point miss was understandable, as it was partly blocked and got pushed off course by a swirling wind, but his second miss simply hit the right upright. Coming into the contest, Gano was perfect on 17 extra-point attempts on the season, so he's likely to bounce back Thursday against the Cowboys.

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  • Giants' Graham Gano: Slated to play Sunday

    Gano (illness) doesn't carry a designation heading into Sunday's game against the Lions, Pat Leonard of the New York Daily News reports.

    Gano wasn't present for Friday's session due to an illness. However, he's still in line to handle New York's kicking duties Sunday against Detroit.

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  • Giants' Graham Gano: Unavailabe with illness

    Gano (illness) isn't at practice Friday, Pat Leonard of the New York Daily News reports.

    Gano is feeling under the weather, forcing him to miss the Giants' final practice of the week ahead of their matchup with the Lions on Sunday. If he can't go in Week 12, the Giants will almost certainly have to sign a kicker for the contest.

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  • Giants' Graham Gano: Makes all four kicks in Week 10

    Gano make his lone field-goal attempt and all three extra-point tries Sunday in a Week 10 win over the Texans.

    Gano didn't have a field-goal try until the fourth quarter, but he came through when called upon, nailing a 49-yarder with under two minutes remaining that put the game out of reach for New York. He's made 10-of-11 field-goal tries from beyond 40 yards this season and has also converted all 17 of his extra-point attempts. Gano is tied for fourth in the league with 18 made field goals this season, making him a decent option in fantasy leagues that include kickers.

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  • Giants' Graham Gano: Converts both field-goal tries

    Gano made both of his field-goal attempts and his lone extra-point try in Sunday's Week 8 loss to Seattle.

    Gano converted a 31-yard field goal in the third quarter to tie the game 10-10, and he knotted the score again with a 45-yarder early in the fourth. The latter was his last attempt of the day, however, and the Seahawks went on to score two additional touchdowns to pull out the victory. Gano remains perfect on extra-point tries this season while going 19-for-21 on field-goal attempts.

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  • Giants' Graham Gano: Perfect on kicks in Week 7

    Gano made all three of his field-goal attempts and both of his extra-point tries in a 23-17 Week 7 win over Jacksonville.

    Gano wasn't tasked with any tough tries in the contest -- his longest field-goal attempt was from just 34 yards out -- but he converted each time he was called upon. His final field goal with just over one minute remaining in the contest extended New York's lead to six points, ensuring that the Jaguars would need a TD to mount a comeback (they fell one yard short). The Giants have surprisingly started the season 6-1, and none of their wins have come by more than eight points. With such narrow margins and an offense that has put up no more than 27 points thus far, Gano's reliable kicking -- he's 15-for-17 on field-goal tries and 13-for-13 on extra-point attempts -- looms especially large.

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  • Giants' Graham Gano: Scores six points Week 6

    Gano converted his only field-goal try from 34 yards and made all three of his extra-point attempts in a 24-20 Week 6 victory over Baltimore.

    Gano had made and attempted at least two field goals in each of his past four games, but he got only one try Sunday. The veteran kicker nailed that kick from 34 yards out and also was successful on all three of his extra-point tries. The Giants offense is far from prolific, but it has produced enough opportunities to allow Gano to be a top-10 fantasy kicker through the first six weeks of the campaign.

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  • Giants' Graham Gano: Converts all five kicks in London

    Gano made both of his field-goal attempts and all three of his extra-point tries in Sunday's 27-22 win against the Packers in Week 5.

    Gano opened the scoring for New York with a 48-yarder in the first quarter. He added a 37-yard make in the third period and also converted all three of his extra-point attempts. Gano has gone 11-for-13 on field-goal tries and 8-for-8 on extra-point attempts so far this season for the surprising 4-1 Giants.

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  • Giants' Graham Gano: Hits two of three FG tries

    Gano made two of three field-goal attempts and both extra-point tries Sunday in a 20-12 win over the Bears.

    Gano converted a 44-yard try in the third quarter and a 43-yarder in the fourth. He could have sealed the win with a 37-yarder with less than 30 seconds remaining in the fourth and New York up by eight points, but he hit the left upright. It was just his second miss inside 40 yards over the past three seasons but didn't end up costing New York in the win column. Gano has converted 9-of-11 field-goal tries and all five of his extra-point attempts so far this season.

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  • Giants' Graham Gano: Converts three field goals

    Gano made three of four field-goal attempts, including two 51-yarders, while converting his lone extra-point try in a loss to the Cowboys on Monday.

    Gano had a 47-yard field-goal try blocked on New York's first possession of the game, marking just his second miss on 52 attempts inside 50 yards since 2020. However, the veteran kicker bounced back my making his final three field-goal tries, including two from 51 yards out. He also made his lone extra-point attempt following a Saquon Barkley touchdown run in the third quarter. Through three weeks, Gano has converted all four of his field-goal kicks beyond 50 yards and is 7-for-8 overall while also making 3-of-3 extra-point attempts.

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  • Giants' Graham Gano: Hits 56-yarder among four FGs

    Gano made all four of his field-goal attempts as well as his only extra-point try in Sunday's 19-16 win over Carolina.

    Gano's kicking keyed New York's second straight victory to begin the season, as he accounted for 13 of the team's 19 points. The veteran converted relatively easy attempts from 36 and 31 yards out in the first quarter before nailing a 51-yarder near the start of the fourth quarter. He punctuated the big day with a clutch 56-yard make that put the Giants ahead for good with under four minutes to play. Gano made a career-high seven field goals from 50-plus yards last season, and he's off to a great start in 2022.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-2, 202 lbs
Birthplace: Arbroath, Scotland
Age: 35
School: Florida State
Experience: 13