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Old 09-21-2013   #39
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Default Re: Why aren't we trying to find a kicker?

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Originally Posted by Say Watt View Post
Well said.

I'd also add that there have been plenty of kickers that have started their careers off with some poor showings only to end up turning it around and becoming excellent kickers. This is not a Randy Bullock problem so much as it is a problem with many kickers that enter the NFL. It is a pressure packed situation. Let's not forget Bullock just kicked a 41 yd game winning field goal in week 1. Methinks Texecutioner's Longhorn love is playing into his quick temper tantrum in regards to Bullock.
This kick today is essentially at least a high percentage (>85%) conversion. He is expected to make it, not be gloated over for it.

Advanced NFL Stats show the increasing distance conversion percentages through 2011. No reason to believe this stat has not continued its upward trend. The article underscores the importance of having a good kicker.


Kickers Are Getting Better and Better





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