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PK Justin Tucker Baltimore Ravens Player Page

#9 Justin Tucker, PK
Baltimore Ravens
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 183 lbs
Age: 26
Birthdate: November 21st 1989
College: Texas
Year: 2012
Season Statistics
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2015 Fantasy Points by Week
Last Five Games
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Strength of Schedule
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Fantasy Analysis
Week 12 Projections
Stud kicker and all, we don't feel great about him with Schaub under center, but against the Browns? Sure, what the heck.
2 FG, 2 XP, 0 Miss FG

Season Projections
One of the strongest leg kickers in the NFL plays in Baltimore and boasts 14 field goals made over 50 yards in the last three seasons combined. He is a career 90% field goal kicker and is in a great situation with the Ravens offense. They are a team that can move the ball, but not always convert big plays into touchdowns, which benefits their kicker. Tucker is locked in as an elite kicker.

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Injury Report
No current injury information exists for Justin Tucker

Baltimore Ravens Team Talk
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