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Rosas converted both his extra-point attempts during Thursday's 35-14 loss to the Patriots.
Rosas wasn't allowed the opportunity to attempt a field goal Week 6. In the previous five weeks of the season, he'd logged exactly one field-goal try per contest. Until the Giants' offense turns things around and begins presenting Rosas with more consistent opportunities, he'll remain off the fantasy radar.
Rosas made his only field goal and his lone extra-point attempt during Sunday's 28-10 loss to the Vikings.
Rosas made the most of his limited opportunities Week 5, but game flow didn't work in his favor as the Giants spent most of the day attempting to catch up from a deficit. The third-year pro has been reliable through five contests, having made four of five field-goal tries and all 11 of his extra-point attempts, but New York's middling offense keeps him off the fantasy radar in most formats. He's yet to attempt more than a single field goal in a game this season.
Rosas made his only field goal and all three of his extra-point tries in Sunday's 24-3 win over the Redskins.
Rosas did all that was required of him Sunday, converting from 30 yards on his lone field-goal effort and adding the exclamation points to all three Giants touchdowns. Through four games, Rosas now sports 19 points.
Rosas made a 36-yard field goal and all three extra points in Sunday's 32-31 win over the Buccaneers.
After rookie Daniel Jones scampered for a touchdown to tie the game with 1:16 remaining in regulation, all the Giants needed was an extra point to take the lead. Rosas came through to give the team its first win of the season. The Giants host the Redskins in Week 4.
Rosas made both extra-point attempts but missed a 48-yard field goal in Sunday's loss to the Bills.
Rosas is still perfect on extra points, making all four this year. However, he now has converted on one of two field-goal attempts, with his make coming at 28 yards and his miss coming from 48.
Rosas made his lone field-goal attempt as well as both his extra-point tries en route to five points in Sunday's 35-17 loss to the Cowboys.
Rosas converted from 28 yards on his only field goal, but was otherwise limited to a couple extra-point efforts. He'll hope for more scoring opportunities in Week 2's in-state matchup against the Bills.
Rosas officially re-signed with the Giants on Thursday, Michael Eisen of the team's official site reports.
There was little chance Rosas would sign anywhere else given his prior status as an exclusive-rights free agent. Regardless, the breakout fantasy kicker and 2018 Pro Bowler is now officially under contract with the Giants through 2019 after nailing 32 of 33 field-goal attempts last season, which set a franchise record for conversion percentage (97.0). It's possible he could even build upon this production if the Giants' Saquon Barkley-led offense can take a step forward in 2019.
Rosas was tendered a contract by the Giants on Wednesday, Ryan Dunleavy of The Newark Star-Ledger reports.
The Giants' decision is unsurprising after Rosas turned in a Pro Bowl season in 2018 that included a stellar 32-for-33 success rate on field-goal attempts. The 24-year-old enters 2019 as a reliable kicking option with a firm hold on the job.
Rosas drilled both of his field-goal attempts and all three point-after attempts Sunday in the Giants' 36-35 loss to the Cowboys.
Rosas was nearly perfect on the year, making 32 of 33 field-goal attempts -- including all four from 50-plus yards -- to earn his first Pro Bowl nod. Kickers can be volatile from year to year, but the Giants might have found their long-term answer at the position.
Rosas did not attempt a field goal or an extra point in Sunday's shutout loss to the Titans.
The Giants were shut out Sunday, marking the first game this season that Rosas did not attempt a field goal. He remains 28-of-29 on field-goal attempts this season, cementing him as one of the most accurate kickers this year.
Rosas made both his field-goal attempts and four of his five extra-point tries in Sunday's 40-16 rout of the Redskins.
Rosas converted from 35 and 23 yards on his respective field goals, bringing his record to an incredible 28 of 29 on the season. Although he'll be disappointed by missing his first extra point of the campaign, Rosas has still scored in double figures in three straight games, and his 109 points are tied for sixth among kickers league-wide.
Rosas converted all three of his field-goal attempts and all three of his extra-point tries during Sunday's 30-27 win over the Bears.
Among Rosas' three successful field goals were a 57-yarder which set the Giants' franchise record, and a 44-yard attempt in overtime that sealed New York's victory. The second-year pro continues to build upon what has been a fantastic sophomore season, having missed just one of his 27 field-goal tries and remaining a perfect 21-for-21 on extra-point attempts. He'll work to log another strong outing against the Redskins in Week 14.
Rosas converted all three of his field-goal attempts and his only extra-point try during Sunday's 25-22 loss to the Eagles.
Rosas recorded his fifth perfect outing in a row, and he continues to build upon an outstanding season. He's missed just one of his 24 field-goal attempts in 2018, and he remains a perfect 18-for-18 on extra-point tries. The second-year pro faces a tough matchup against the Bears' defense Week 13.
Rosas made his only field goal as well as all five of his extra-point tries in Sunday's 38-35 win over the Buccaneers.
Rosas converted from 52 yards on his lone field-goal attempt. Thanks to that effort, he's still missed just one of 21 field-goal opportunities this season, and remains a perfect 17-for-17 on extra points. That's allowed the second-year pro to post a respectable 77 points through 10 contests.
Rosas made both of his field goal attempts and three PATs on Monday against the 49ers.
He's unlikely to be a top kicker on such a mediocre team, but Rosas has been reliable and accurate this year and could keep the job for a long time.
Rosas converted both his field-goal attempts and his single extra-point try during Sunday's 20-13 loss to the Redskins.
Rosas continues to build upon an accurate season, and has now made 17 of 18 field-goal attempts and all nine of his extra points. Considering his accuracy, volume seems to be the only thing keeping Rosas from serving as a solid weekly fantasy option at the kicker position. Rosas will look to continue building upon a strong season after New York's bye week.
Rosas made both of his field-goal tries but did not attempt an extra point in Monday night's 23-20 loss to the Falcons.
Rosas did all that was required of him, converting from 31 and 36 yards on his respective kicks. Through seven games, he now sports 53 points.
Rosas made two of three field goals in Thursday's 34-13 loss to the Eagles, but missed a 52-yarder that was on line, but short.
It's possible the quad injury that bothered him this week cost him the extra distance, but either way Rosas is secure in the job if he's healthy.
Rosas (quad) doesn't have a designation on the Giants' final injury report for Thursday's game against the Eagles.
Rosas returned to practice Wednesday as a limited participant and subsequently received clearance to play in Thursday's game. He's shown tremendous progress on the heels of an ugly rookie campaign, converting each of his 11 field-goal attempts and all seven of his extra-point tries. Volume is now a bigger concern than accuracy, as the Giants rank 23rd in scoring at 20.8 points per game.
Rosas (quadriceps) didn't participate in Tuesday's practice.
According to Dan Duggan of The Athletic, Rosas didn't take any kicks during the portion of practice that was open to the media. Rosas said Monday that he's optimistic about his chances of playing Thursday against the Eagles, but the kicker may need to put in a full practice Wednesday for the Giants to feel comfortable with his health moving forward. As an insurance plan in the event Rosas can't go in Week 6, the Giants signed kicker Marshall Koehn to their practice squad Tuesday.
|8||10/27/19||@ DET||1:00 pm|
|10||11/10/19||@ NYJ||1:00 pm|
|Bye: Week 11|
|12||11/24/19||@ CHI||1:00 pm|
|14||12/9/19||@ PHI||8:15 pm|
|16||12/22/19||@ WAS||1:00 pm|
|2017||New York Giants||16||0-0||8-8||3-5||4-9||3-3||18-25||52||2||72.0||20-23||20||87.0|
|2018||New York Giants||16||0-0||9-9||13-13||6-6||4-5||32-33||57||0||97.0||31-32||31||96.9|
|2019||New York Giants||6||0-0||1-1||3-3||0-1||0-0||4-5||36||0||80.0||13-13||13||100.0|
|2017||New York Giants||16||62||62.1||26||32||20.5||0||2||0|
|2018||New York Giants||16||85||61.8||51||28||20.4||0||4||1|
|2019||New York Giants||6||23||64.2||18||5||19.6||0||0||0|
|2017||New York Giants||16||3||3.0||0||0||0||0||0.0||0||0||0|
|2018||New York Giants||16||0||0.0||0||0||0||0||0.0||0||0||0|
|2019||New York Giants||6||1||1.0||0||0||0||0||0.0||0||0||0|