Ravens' kicker Justin Tucker adds a trophy for the Ravens locker room that has done exceptionally well this year with being named players of the month. Tucker has been named the AFC Special Teams Player of the Month for November.
Notching a perfect 7 for 7 in field goals during November including a 55-yard kick against the Saints shows that the Ravens kicker is one of the best in the league. The undrafted, opera singing kicker won the same award last year in November.
Tucker is in the final year of his contract with the Ravens and will likely be one of the first players the Ravens focus on at the end of the season. With the top five kickers making an average of $3.475 million per year, the Ravens will have to pony up a little bit of money for arguably one of their best offensive weapons. With a career field goal hit rate of 91.2% and being tied for fifth in the NFL this year with 25 field goals made, Tucker has accounted for nearly a quarter of the Ravens 328 total points this season and is clearly one of the players that the Ravens should focus on this offseason.
Tucker joins Ravens running back Justin Forsett as well as Ravens rookie linebacker C.J. Mosley as a 'Player of the...' award winner.