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Tucker finished the season converting 34 of 37 field goals and going 39-for-39 on extra point attempts.
It was another stellar season from Tucker, who converted over 90 percent of his field goal attempts for the second year in a row and fourth time in his career. Tucker was also among the league's elite from distance, checking in with five field goals of 50-or-more yards, but that was a dropoff after going 10-for-10 from that distance in 2016. Still, Tucker is clearly one of the most bankable options at kicker regardless of format thanks to his high volume of attempts coupled with a unique ability to convert from almost any distance. Tucker, 28, is under contract for two more years.
Tucker made all three of his field-goal attempts (30, 39 and 36 yards) and both his extra-point tries in Saturday's 23-16 win over the Colts.
Tucker has missed just three of 71 total kicks this season, accounting for the seventh-best point tally league-wide.
Tucker made field goals from 31 and 43 yards in Sunday's 27-10 win over the Browns, when he also connected on all three of his extra-point tries.
Tucker has now tallied at least eight points in 10 straight games, a span during which he's missed just one kick. His 121 points currently see him ranked sixth in the category.
Tucker made a 47-yard field goal as well as all five of his extra-point tries in Sunday night's 39-38 loss to the Steelers.
Tucker has now tallied at least eight points in nine straight games, bringing his total to 112 on the campaign, good for fifth leaguewide.
Tucker converted on all three of his field-goal attempts and went 5-for-5 on extra points in Sunday's 44-20 win over the Lions.
The AFC Special Teams Player of the Month for November stayed hot Sunday with another double-digit effort. Tucker connected on field goals of 38, 46, and 51 yards, and an outburst from the Ravens' offense afforded him five extra-point tries. He has eight consecutive games with multiple field goals, including three straight games with three field goals apiece. Tucker has also converted each of his last five attempts from 50+ yards. He'll kick in a tough environment Sunday night in Pittsburgh, but Tucker still remains an elite kicking option regardless of where the game is played.