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Gould went 2-for-3 on field-goal attempts and converted both of his point-after tries in Sunday's 20-7 win over the Rams.
Gould bounced back from his ugly 1-for-4 outing last week, but he missed his third attempt at a 50-plus yard field goal. The 36-year-old hasn't looked the same in 2019 (9-for-15) after finishing last season with the best field-goal percentage in the league. Gould is still a startable option in an easy matchup against the Redskins that could provide plenty of scoring opportunities for the kicker Sunday.
Gould was 1-for-4 on field-goal attempts and converted all four point-after tries in Monday's 31-3 win over the Browns.
It was an uncharacteristically inaccurate night for the usually sure-footed Gould. In his defense, one of the misses was due in large part to a poor snap and hold, and his fourth attempt was simply blocked by the defense. Excuses aside, Gould has already missed five field-goal tries (7-for-12) after missing just once in 34 tries last season. The 49ers' offense has been clicking on all cylinders this season, so the veteran should project well against the Rams on Sunday.
Gould converted his lone field-goal attempt from 24 yards and was a perfect 3-for-3 on point-after tries in Sunday's 24-20 win over the Steelers.
Gould finally turned in a clean performance after missing a field goal in each of his first two games this season. One of those misses came from over 50 yards, so there is little reason to believe that the 36-year-old isn't as reliable as he has shown throughout his career. Fantasy owners will have to explore other options with the 49ers taking their bye this week, but Gould is worth grabbing for Week 5's matchup against the Browns should he be dropped this week.
Gould converted two of three field-goal attempts and all five extra points in Sunday's 41-17 win over the Bengals.
Gould nailed field goals from 33 and 38 yards, but he missed a 39-yard try wide right. This is the second field goal Gould has missed this season on seven attempts. He's still perfect on all seven extra points.
Gould (leg) wasn't listed on Wednesday's injury report.
After making a 47-yard field goal in the fourth quarter of Sunday's win at Tampa Bay, Gould limped off the field with what was termed as leg cramps. However, with a few days to recover, he's unaffected by the issue as preparations for a Week 2 visit to Cincinnati begin.
Gould was nursing leg cramps in the fourth quarter of Sunday's win over Tampa Bay, Eric Branch of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.
Gould made three of his four field goal attempts Sunday while converting both extra point attempts. It's unclear how serious the cramping issue is at this time, but the 49ers should have another update this week.
Gould is signing a four-year, $19 million contract with the 49ers, Tom Pelissero of NFL.com reports.
The deal includes two years and $10.5 million fully guaranteed, replacing the franchise tag that Gould refused to sign. He apparently backed off with his trade request once the 49ers offered him a contract that ranks second to only Justin Tucker's among NFL kickers. The 36-year-old made 72 of 75 field-goal attempts (96 percent) and 55 of 59 extra-point tries (93.2 percent) the past two seasons in San Francisco, finishing top 10 in kicker fantasy scoring both years.
Gould has not signed his franchise tag and will not report to minicamp, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
The disgruntled veteran kicker requested a trade from the 49ers, where he has spent the past two seasons, but it seems as if the team is in no rush to tend to his plea. Ideally, Gould would like to be closer to his family in Chicago, where he spent the majority of his career with the Bears. He is one of two kickers on the current roster, with the other being journeyman Jonathan Brown.
Coach Kyle Shanahan said the 49ers don't intend to honor Gould's trade request, Eric Branch of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.
Gould wants to be closer to his family in Chicago, where he spent 11 seasons of his career from 2005 to 2015. It just so happens that the Bears lack a proven NFL kicker on their roster, but it sounds like the 49ers don't plan to explore a trade or rescind their franchise tag. The 36-year-old still hasn't signed his tender and reportedly has ceased negotiations for a long-term contract. Gould was a top-eight fantasy kicker the past two seasons, benefitting from San Francisco's struggles in the red zone along with his own impressive accuracy (96 percent on field goals).
Gould has requested a trade and no longer intends to negotiate with the 49ers, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
Gould sent the team proposals for a multi-year contract after he received the franchise tag in February, but he's now shifted his focus to finding a way out of San Francisco. He may be angling for a return to Chicago, where the placekicking depth chart currently features a trio of unproven players: Redford Jones, Chris Blewitt and Elliott Fry. The 36-year-old Gould served as Chicago's kicker from 2005 to 2015, converting 85.4 percent of his field-goal attempts and 99 percent of his PATs. He was even better the past two years in San Francisco, missing just three field goals and four PATs in 32 games.
General manager John Lynch said Monday that Gould "will be a part of [the 49ers] this coming year," Matt Maiocco of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.
Though Gould has yet to sign his franchise tag and is skipping voluntary workouts, it appears that the 49ers have no real concerns about the 36-year-old starting in 2019. Through his first two seasons in San Francisco, Gould boasts a 96 percent conversion rate on field-goal attempts and a 93.2 percent conversion rate on PATs. Gould and the 49ers still have time to come to terms on a multi-year deal this offseason.
Gould has not signed his franchise tender and will skip voluntary offseason workouts, Matt Maiocco of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.
This news comes on the heels of the 49ers stamping the franchise tag on Gould on Feb. 26. San Francisco presumably hopes to come to terms on a multi-year contract after Gould converted 96 percent of his field-goal attempts and 93.2 percent of his PATs through his first two seasons with the team.
Gould received a franchise tag Tuesday from the 49ers, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
Gould becomes the first player tagged during the 2019 offseason, with his salary expected to land around $5.2 million, per overthecap.com. San Francisco presumably hopes to reduce that figure with a multi-year contract, after Gould converted 96 percent of field-goal attempts and 93.2 percent of PATs through his first two seasons with the team. The 36-year-old ranks second on the all-time list for career field-goal percentage (87.7), nestled between Justin Tucker (90.1) and Stephen Gostkowski (87.4). So long as 49ers quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo (knee) remains on track for the start of the season, Gould will make for a solid choice toward the end of fantasy drafts.
Gould is expected to receive the franchise tag, Matt Maiocco of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.
The 49ers got their money's worth on Gould's two-year, $4 million contract, with the veteran converting 72 of 75 field-goal attempts (96 percent) and 55 of 59 extra-point tries (93.2 percent). The 36-year-old is now headed for a significant raise, be it through a long-term contract or a franchise tag for approximately $5 million. Given their abundance of cap space and determination to compete for the playoffs in 2019, the Niners presumably won't allow Gould to slip away. His likely draft slotting of top-10 kicker should be justified as long as Jimmy Garoppolo (knee) avoids major rehab setbacks.
Gould nailed his lone field-goal attempt (30 yards) and all three point-after tries in Sunday's 48-32 loss to the Rams.
Gould got on the board early with a field goal in the first quarter, but the 49ers quickly had to go into "touchdown or bust" mode after falling behind big in the first half. In a season where teams seemingly cycled through kickers on a weekly basis due to inconsistency, the veteran sported one of the more accurate legs in the league. In fact, Gould finished the year with the NFL's highest field-goal success rate (97 percent) while making the third-most field goals (33). The 35-year-old will be available via free agency this offseason, but it wouldn't be surprising to see the 49ers re-sign him.
Gould converted all three of his field-goal attempts (23, 30, 33) in Sunday's 14-9 loss to the Bears.
Gould did all the scoring for the 49ers in a tough matchup against a stout Chicago defense. The long-time Bear upped his field-goal conversion rate to 97 percent (32 of 33), which would be the best mark of his career (minimum of 20 attempts) if the season ended today. Alas, it does not, and Gould will look to cap off his impressive season in Week 17's matchup against the Rams.
Gould was perfect on all four of his field-goal attempts (28, 33, 36, 45) Sunday, also converting both extra-point tries in a 26-23 win over Seattle.
The 49ers were firing on all cylinders in an impressive upset victory, resulting in Gould's biggest scoring output (14 points) this season. The veteran remains one of the most accurate legs in fantasy, but a rough matchup against Chicago looms in Week 16, which could hinder his scoring opportunities.
Gould nailed both of his field-goal attempts (28, 40) and made both point-after tries in Sunday's 20-14 win over the Broncos.
San Francisco's offense rebounded in a rare win, resulting in Gould's first multi-score game since Week 10. The veteran has a decent floor due to his elite accuracy (96 percent on field goals this year), and there is potential for more if the 49ers can take advantage of a middle-of-the-road Seattle defense in Week 15.
Gould nailed his only field-goal attempt from 45 yard and also chipped in a point-after try in Sunday's 43-16 loss to Seattle.
The 49ers' offense posted 452 total yards, but the team fell behind early on, eliminating any potential for second-half field goals for Gould. The veteran kicker has accrued just seven points over the last two games, making him a low-end option against the Broncos on Sunday.
Gould kicked a 23-yard field goal, but missed his lone extra-point attempt in Sunday's 27-9 loss to the Buccaneers.
The usually accurate Gould uncharacteristically missed his second PAT of the season, and he has now missed more extra-point tries (19 of 21) than field-goal attempts (22 of 23) in 2018. The 49ers' offense sputtered under Nick Mullens in what should have been a soft matchup against the Bucs' defense, which clouds Gould's fantasy prospects for the Week 13 matchup against the Seahawks.
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|2017||San Francisco 49ers||16||0-0||7-8||11-11||17-18||4-4||39-41||52||1||95.1||28-30||28||93.3|
|2018||San Francisco 49ers||16||0-0||9-9||13-13||9-10||2-2||33-34||53||0||97.1||27-29||27||93.1|
|2019||San Francisco 49ers||5||0-0||3-3||4-6||2-3||0-3||9-15||47||1||60.0||16-16||16||100.0|
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|2019||San Francisco 49ers||5||1||37.0||0||1||14.0||0||0||0|
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|2018||San Francisco 49ers||16||0||0.0||0||0||0||0||0.0||0||0||0|
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