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Week 13 Outlook
Bengals kicker Austin Seibert is not active for the team's matchup against the Cleveland Browns on Thursday. Randy Bullock, who had been dealing with a calf injury, will kick for the Bengals.
Seibert actually missed two kicks for the Browns in Week 1, was released, and then was claimed off waivers by the Bengals. Seibert was probably an insurance policy for the injured Randy Bullock, but Bullock is active and will kick for the Bengals on Thursday.
The Cincinnati Bengals are claiming kicker Austin Seibert off waivers from the Cleveland Browns.
Randy Bullock's calf injury on a last-second missed field goal has his status in question for Cincinnati's Thursday night game in Cleveland against the Browns. If Bullock can't go and Seibert gets the nod, he won't have to travel very far.
Cleveland kicker Austin Seibert had a forgettable day in a 38-6 loss to the Ravens in Week 1. Seibert missed his lone field goal attempt and an extra point in the loss.
Called upon to kick twice, Seibert failed to convert both times. The field goal missed was a 41-yard attempt. Fortunately for Seibert, his misses didn't affect the final outcome. He will face the Bengals on Thursday night.
Cleveland Browns kicker Austin Seibert made a 42-yard field goal and 2-of-3 extra points in a 33-23 loss to the Bengals in Week 17.
Seibert finishes his rookie season having made 25-of-29 field goals and 30-of-35 extra points. He did enough to be considered the team's clear-cut kicker in 2020.
Cleveland Browns kicker Austin Seibert made a 47-yard field goal but missed his only extra-point try in a 31-15 loss to the Ravens in Week 16.
The rookie kicker has been a reliable option for the Browns this season, having made 24-of-28 field goals on the year. He will finish his debut season in Week 17 against the Bengals.