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Ravens kicker Justin Tucker continued a strong 2014 season by being named AFC Special Teams Player of the Month for November.
The third-year kicker connected on all seven of his field goal attempts, including a 55-yard try in the Monday night win over New Orleans on Nov. 24. Tucker kicked four field goals in last Sunday’s loss to San Diego.
The 2013 Pro Bowl selection is 25-for-28 on the season with his only misses coming from 55 or more yards away. He currently ranks as the NFL’s all-time most accurate kicker (100 attempts minimum) with a 91.2 percent success rate and has connected on 59 of his last 60 attempts from under 55 yards.
The 25-year-old was also named AFC Special Teams Player of the Week after making the game-winning field goal in Cleveland in Week 3.

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