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Elliott made both of his field-goal attempts as well as two extra points in Thursday's win over the Panthers.
With makes from 48 and 50 yards in this one, he now has a streak of 10 straight field goals made. The Eagles face Washington at home next Monday night, and he should continue to be a good bet for further production out of the kicker position.
Elliott made both his field-goal tries and tacked on four extra points in Sunday's win over the Cardinals.
The rookie stayed hot in Week 5 and has now made eight consecutive tries since missing a 52-yarder two weeks ago against the Giants. With the first-place Eagles clicking on offense, Elliott remains a good bet to keep producing as the team heads to Carolina for Week 6.
Elliott made each of his four field-goal tries in Sunday's win over the Chargers and added two extra points.
After setting a rookie record with a 61-yard game-winner in Week 3, Elliott was again the difference-maker as all four of his kicks were from 40 yards out or more, with a long of 53. Very impressive, considering it took an injury to incumbent Caleb Sturgis for the former Memphis Tiger to get his shot. He'll look to keep the momentum going next week at home against Arizona.
Elliott made two of three field-goal tries and added three extra points in Sunday's win over the Giants.
The rookie missed from 52 yards in the third quarter but more than atoned for it with a field goal from 46 to tie the game with under a minute remaining and then the 61-yarder as time expired to win it. Having achieved legendary status in only his second game for Philadelphia, one wonders if he will cede the job back to Caleb Sturgis when the veteran returns from IR. Of course, the former Bengals practice-squad signee can't afford to keep hooking a kick left each game for that to be a realistic possibility.
Elliott made two of three field-goal attempts in Sunday's loss to the Chiefs and also tacked on an extra point.
He was successful from 34 and 40 yards, but hooked one wide left at the end of the first half after Andy Reid called timeout to ice the rookie kicker. The Memphis product will keep getting chances until Caleb Sturgis can return from injury.
|Bye: Week 10|
|11||11/19/17||@ DAL||8:30 pm|
|13||12/3/17||@ SEA||8:30 pm|
|14||12/10/17||@ LAR||4:25 pm|
|15||12/17/17||@ NYG||1:00 pm|