Cincinnati Bengals Team | Roster - Bengals.com
|WK||OPP||RESULT||BLK||LNG||FG Att||FGM||PCT||XP Att||XPM||XPCT||XBLK||KO||AVG||TB||Ret||Avg|
|3||@Eagles||T 23 - 23||0||48||3||3||100||2||2||100||0||6||64.8||5||0|
|2||@Browns||L 30 - 35||0||43||3||3||100||3||3||100||0||7||57.3||6||0|
|6||@Colts||L 27 - 31||0||55||3||2||66.7||3||3||100||0||6||65.3||5||1||25|
|1||Chargers||L 13 - 16||0||50||3||2||66.7||1||1||100||0||4||64||3||1||46|
|5||@Ravens||L 3 - 27||0||38||1||1||100||0||0||0||2||61.5||1||1||30|
|4||Jaguars||W 33 - 25||0||46||4||4||100||3||3||100||0||8||65||8||0|
|SEASON||TEAM||G||GS||BLK||LNG||FG Att||FGM||PCT||XP Att||XPM||XPCT||XBLK||KO||AVG||TB||Ret||Avg|
|2015||New York Jets||8||0||0||49||17||14||82.4||20||19||95||0||42||66.2||20||21||23.6|
|2016||New York Giants||1||0||0||0||0||0||0||3||2||66.7||0||4||63.8||3||1||21|
Bullock has served as the Bengals' placekicker since midway through the 2016 season, when he joined Cincinnati on waivers from Pittsburgh ... Converted 27 of 31 FG attempts (87.1 percent) in 2019 ... Also converted 96 percent (24 of 25) of PATs, good for his best season since PAT distance was moved to 33 yards in 2015 ... Booted a Bengals-record 57-yard FG in Game 15 at Miami ... Won training camp battle for Bengals' K position in 2017, and went on to make make career-best 90 percent of his FGs (18 for 20) ... Entering 2020, has played in 95 NFL games, making 147 of 176 FG attempts (83.5 percent) and 191 of 200 PATs (95.5 percent).
Randy Bullock Connects On A 55-Yard Field Goal
Cincinnati Bengals kicker Randy Bullock blasts a 55-yard field goal to extend the Bengals' lead by six points.
How Randy Bullock & Kevin Huber Became Two Of The Most Reliable Specialists In The NFL | Cincinnati Bengals
In the latest "Better Together," presented by Fifth Third Bank, Bengals kicker Randy Bullock and punter Kevin Huber are having Pro Bowl seasons. Find out what makes this duo among the NFL's best.
Bengals execute perfect onside kick to get ball back late
The Cincinnati Bengals special teams recover the onside kick attempt.
Randy Bullock booms 57-yard FG for new franchise record
Cincinnati Bengals kicker Randy Bullock makes 57-yard field goal.
Randy Bullock nails 40-yard field goal
Cincinnati Bengals kicker Randy Bullock makes a 40-yard field goal.
Randy Bullock gives Bengals first lead over Bills
After falling behind 14-0, the Cincinnati Bengals came all the way back, going up 17-14 on a 43-yard field goal by kicker Randy Bullock.
Bullock: "I missed one earlier so I felt like I owed it to the guys to come through"
K Randy Bullock talks with the media after kicking the game winning field goal for the Bengals in the 37-34 win over Tampa Bay.
Randy Bullock kicks game-winning 44-yard FG
Cincinnati Bengals kicker Randy Bullock nails a 44-yard field goal with no time left on the clock to win the game.
Bullock on kicking competition
K Randy Bullock speaks in the locker room after the Bengals 7-6 preseason loss to the Colts.
Bullock on missed FG
K Randy Bullock speaks with reporters in the locker room following the missed field goal at the end of the game against the Texans.
Bullock Finds Consistency By Following The Process
Bengals kicker Randy Bullock has bounced back in a big way since missing a game-tying field goal in Week 1. As he's done so many times during his nine-year NFL career, the veteran picked himself up and put his best kicking foot forward to emerge as one of the league's most accurate kickers in 2020.
Adapt and Evolve: Randy Bullock Gives The Bengals A Leg Up
Bengals kicker Randy Bullock evolved his game to a more analytical approach. From swing analytics to additional film study, Bullock's embrace of a comprehensive approach has paid off as the eight-year veteran enjoys one of his most successful seasons as a pro.
BLOOMINGTON, Minn. - Bengals all-time leading scorer Jim Breech, who quite conveniently called out Memphis kicker Jake Elliott's name to the fans gathered at Paul Brown Stadium when the Bengals announced their fifth-round pick back in April, called his number again this week.
Bengals knock out Lions, 26-17
A decimated Bengals defense pitched a courageous second half in Sunday's Paul Brown Stadium season finale and the overhauled offensive line delivered a 26-17 victory that knocked the Lions out of the postseason.
Mixon's the one with 100 (114) as Bengals run away
The Bengals scored the first five times they had the ball Sunday at Paul Brown Stadium and kept the winless Browns at bay with their best rushing effort of the season in a 30-16 victory that kept their post-season hopes alive at 5-6 with the AFC North-leading Steelers invading next week.
Lewis, Dalton News Conference Transcripts 11/22
Marvin Lewis, Andy Dalton news conference transcripts 11/22/2017
Quick hits: Teams look to rebound; Bullock on notice; Adam, Jax return on corner; Tupou back to PS
Bengals hold on to win a Mile High
DENVER - The Bengals won their first game in Denver since 1975 on Sunday and every Bengal alive is going to remember how the exhausted and gritty defense for a 20-17 victory.
Titans catch Bengals in last minute
NASHVILLE - Facing a third-and-seven for a touchdown and the Bengals trying to hold the Titans to a game-tying field goal, Titans running back DeMarco Murray caught a check-down pass from quarterback Marcus Mariota on the 2 and he powered past cornerback Darqueze Dennard, safety Clayton Fejedelem, and got the ball underneath linebacker Vincent Rey for a touchdown with 36 seconds left that gave Tennessee a 24-20 victory.
Slants and screens: Green accepts $42K fine; Bullock out as kick game re-groups; Billings gets boost
Bengals dare Bortles and he wins
JACKSONVILLE - If you told the Bengals last week that Jaguars quarterback Blake Bortles would throw 38 passes against them while holding Jacksonville's top-ranked rushing attack to 3.7 yards per carry, they would have taken it.
Slants and screens: Mixon-Fournette again; Bullock questionable could force move; Green deja vu?
Bengals at Steelers Game Notes
The Bengals at Steelers game kicks off on Sunday at 4:25 p.m. on CBS.
'Same kind of guys' meet at Heinz
Don't look now, but the Bengals-Steelers rivalry isn't as ancient you think when the two brandish their swords Sunday (4:25 p.m.-Cincinnati's Channel 12) at Heinz Field. A total of 21 Bengals have never played a scrimmage snap in the storied series and that includes potential starters in linebackers Nick Vigil and Kevin Minter, right guards T.J. Johnson and Trey Hopkins, and cornerback William Jackson, as well as kicker Randy Bullock. Those six, as well as seven more figure to get significant snaps from scrimmage or special teams, or both, in Pittsburgh: