Justin Tucker: By the numbers

December, 17, 2013
12/17/13
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A number-by-number look at the amazing season for kicker Justin Tucker, who lifted the Baltimore Ravens to a 18-16 win at the Detroit Lions on Monday night with a 61-yard field goal with 38 seconds remaining:

1 --Tucker is the only kicker in the NFL with multiple games with at least five field goals made in 2013.

2 -- Misses by Tucker in 15 career games away from home. He's 35-of-37 (95 percent) on the road for his career.

3 -- Go-ahead field goals in the final minute of the fourth quarter that have been beyond 60 yards. Tucker's 61-yarder is only surpassed by Tom Dempsey (63 yards for the New Orleans Saints) and Matt Bryant (62 for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers), according to Elias Sports Bureau.

4 -- Consecutive field goals that Tucker needs to make to set a Ravens record. Matt Stover made 36 in a row from 2005 to 2006.

6 -- Tucker's field goals from at least 50 yards this season, tied for most in the NFL with with Graham Gano and Dan Bailey.

35 -- NFL-leading field goals made by Tucker this season. No other kicker has made more than 32.

61 -- Yards for the longest field goal made in Ravens history, which occurred Monday night. It beat the team's previous long by 5 yards. Tucker and Wade Richey each made 56-yarders.

93 -- Days since Tucker last missed a field goal (Week 2 against the Cleveland Browns).

130 -- Points scored by Tucker this season. Only New England's Stephen Gostkowski has more (133). He needs six more points over his final two games to surpass Matt Stover for the team's single-season record (135 set in 2000).

248 -- Total yards on Tucker's six field goals on Monday night, which was the fourth-highest total in a game in NFL history, according to Elias Sports Bureau.

Jamison Hensley

ESPN Ravens reporter

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