K - New York Jets
Greg Zuerlein converted on 3-of-4 (21, 33, 40) field goal attempts in the Jets’ 17-3 win over the Patriots.
Zuerlein made three field goals in very tough weather conditions in New England and missed on a 49-yard attempt late in the second quarter. The veteran kicker will finish the season 35-of-38 on field goal attempts and 15-of-16 on extra point attempts. The 36-year-old is an unrestricted free agent heading into the offseason.
Greg Zuerlein made two of his three field goals and added two extra points in a 37-20 loss to the Browns in Week 17.
Zuerlein fought through a quad injury that limited him in practice throughout the week to take the field against the Browns on Thursday night. He made kicks from 46 and 44 yards out in the loss. On the season, Zuerlein has made 32 of his 34 FGs and all but one of his 16 extra-point tries. He will finish off the 2023 season against the Patriots in Week 18.
Jets K Greg Zuerlein (quad) will suit up Thursday night against the Browns.
Zuerlein is officially listed as questionable for Thursday’s game against the Browns due to a quad injury. The team did not elevate Austin Seibert to the practice squad, indicating the team feels good about Zuerlein progress throughout the week.
Greg Zuerlein (quad) did not take part in Tuesday's walkthrough.
Zuerlein has been reportedly dealing with some quad soreness since Sunday's win over the Commanders. The veteran kicker hit all three of his field-goal attempts in the contest, including a walk-off winner from 54 yards. Zuerlein is in the midst of a great season, so if he's forced to miss Thursday's game, it would be a definite blow to the Jets.
Greg Zuerlein made all three of his field goals and added three extra points in a 30-28 win over the Commanders in Week 16.
Zuerlein hit field goals from 25, 27, and 54 yards in the win, with the last field goal going through the uprights as the game-winner with five seconds left in the fourth quarter. Zuerlein will look to stay hot against the Browns in Week 17's Thursday night game.