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Eliott made two of three field-goal attempts in Thursday's 34-13 win over the Giants. He was perfect on four extra points.
Elliott nailed his first field-goal try from 33 yards with under two minutes remaining in the second quarter. Philadelphia would get the ball back with 23 seconds remaining in the period and gave the Memphis product a 54-yard chance to close out the half, but he pushed it wide right. The 23-year-old was good again from 30 yards early in the fourth quarter to give the Eagles a three-touchdown lead. Through six games, Elliott still has not made a kick longer than 40 yards, but that's over a small sample of just three attempts.
Elliott made two field-goal attempts and added one extra point in Sunday's 23-21 loss to the Vikings.
For the first three quarters of the game, Elliott was the only Eagle to score. He was successful from 30 and 28 yards out to stay perfect on the season on tries from within 40 yards. The 23-year-old will look to make that elusive first long kick of the year Week 6 in New York against the Giants.
Elliott made all three of his field-goal attempts and added an extra point in Sunday's 26-23 loss to Tennessee.
Elliott's tries got progressively longer and more pressure-packed as the game wore on. The 23-year-old started with a 27-yarder in the second quarter and then converted from 30 and 37 yards in the fourth quarter and overtime, respectively. It was a good sign after Elliott had missed at least one attempt in each of his last two games. The Memphis product should continue to see increased production now that Carson Wentz is back under center in Philadelphia although a tough Week 5 matchup at home with the Vikings is on tap next.
Elliott made his only field-goal attempt in Thursday's 18-12 win over the Falcons. He also added one extra point.
Elliott got the champs on the board with a 26-yard boot in the second quarter and unfortunately wasn't called on again. The second-year kicker had a bit of an inconsistent preseason, although there was no sign of that in his limited opportunities Thursday night. Unless Nick Foles can right the ship, the Memphis product may continue to want for field-goal chances until Carson Wentz (knee) resumes under center in what is now forecasted to be a few weeks.
Elliott, who converted three field-goal attempts as a rookie during the Eagles' Super Bowl victory, has looked solid throughout training camp as he enters his second year in the league, Nick Fierro of The Morning Call reports.
Elliott didn't miss a single attempt during Day 2 of the Eagles' training camp last Friday, which is a great sign after he failed to connect on three of seven attempts from 30-39 yards as a rookie last season. The 23-year-old should be a serviceable fantasy option in 2018 as Carson Wentz (knee) returns to the helm to lead an Eagles offense that has plenty of weapons.
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