Tucker's practice kick in OT was against the rules
Summary of 4 articles · Updated Jan 15, 2013
“I always feel good about going out on the field,” Tucker said. “Usually, at the change of the quarter, you don't see people run out there and kick the ball, but we figured, 'Nobody has told us not to before so we'll go hit one,’” Tucker said. “Justin Tucker is a great kicker, and he’ll probably be here for a while.” Four plays into the second overtime, Tucker hit the winning, 47-yard field goal. “This year, I’ve never been nervous about Justin Tucker kicking a field goal,” defensive tackle Haloti Ngata said, via Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun. A year after Billy Cundiff limped through a shaky regular season prior to flubbing a chip-shot field goal try during the AFC title game against the New England Patriots, the Ravens' kicking game is no longer an adventure in anxiety.
It often takes any rookie time to earn the trust of his elders. When it’s a rookie kicker, it’s doubly hard. But for Ravens kicker Justin Tucker, there’s never been a sense that his team didn’t have confidence in him. Tucker’s double-overtime ga
In between the first and second overtimes Saturday, Ravens kicker Justin Tucker rushed onto the field and took a few practice kicks. Four plays into the second overtime, Tucker hit the winning, 47-yard field goal. Practice kicks are certainly unusual, b…