Justin Tucker becomes Ravens scoring leader

The Baltimore kicker passed Matt Stover in franchise history and is fifth among active players.

PITTSBURGH — Justin Tuckerthe most accurate kicker in the NFL, added another title to his already distinguished career.

Justin Tucker is now the all-time scoring leader with Baltimore Ravens.

His 42-yard field goal in the first quarter put him at 1,466 points in his 11-year career. He passed Matt Stover, the first kicker on the team that racked up 1,464 points from 1996-2008.

Among active NFL players, Justin Tucker He ranks fifth in points scored, behind fellow kickers Robbie Gould (1,919), Mason Crosby (1,877), Matt Prater (1,634) and Nick Folk (1,488).

Justin Tucker he has connected on 90.9 percent of his career field goals, making 352 of 387 attempts. He is the only active kicker with 100-plus field goal attempts who is above 90 percent shooting in his career.

The 33-year-old kicker has been a five-time first-team All-Pro after going undrafted by Baltimore during the 2012 draft out of the University of Texas.

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In the 2021 season, Justin Tucker made the longest field goal in history by connecting on a 66-yard attempt to beat the Detroit Lions

This season, until before Week 14, Justin Tucker he has made 25 of 28 field goals, his only three misses being on attempts of more than 50 yards.

On their extra point attempts, Justin Tucker He has missed just five kicks in his career, making 410 of 415, or 98.8 percent of his attempts.

The also a five-time Pro Bowl kicker also handles the kickoffs with the ravensracking up 950 kicks for 59,920 yards with 596 touchbacks.

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Justin Tucker becomes Ravens scoring leader