Justin Tucker receives yet another honor

January, 2, 2014
Jan 2
Baltimore Ravens kicker Justin Tucker received his first Pro Bowl invitation and was named the team Most Valuable Player by the local media.

Tucker's exemplary season led to another honor -- a place on John Clayton's All-Pro team. Not surprisingly, Tucker was the only Raven who made the team.

This is what Clayton had to say about Tucker:
His six field goals against Detroit brought attention to his great kicking. He made 38 of 41 field goals on the year, including 6-of-7 from 50 yards or more. He covered for some of the Ravens' red zone problems this year.

This was a remarkable year for the second-year kicker. He set team records for field goals (38) and points (140) in a season. In terms of the rest of the league, Tucker's 38 field goals tied New England's Stephen Gostkowski for most in the league this season, and Tucker's 92.7 percent success rate ranked sixth.

Jamison Hensley

ESPN Ravens reporter



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