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Opponents by Group
|vs Own Division||6||0-0||4-4||2-2||5-5||0-0||11||11||100|
|Outside Own Division||10||0-0||6-6||4-4||5-7||1-3||16||20||80|
|vs AFC Teams||12||0-0||6-6||4-4||9-10||1-2||20||22||90.9|
|vs NFC Teams||4||0-0||4-4||2-2||1-2||0-1||7||9||77.8|
Opponents by Team
|Los Angeles Rams||1||0-0||1-1||0-0||0-0||0-0||1||1||100|
|New England Patriots||1||0-0||0-0||1-1||1-1||0-0||2||2||100|
|New York Jets||1||0-0||1-1||0-0||1-2||0-0||2||3||66.7|
|San Francisco 49ers||1||0-0||0-0||1-1||0-0||0-1||1||2||50|
|Hard Rock Stadium||1||0-0||1-1||0-0||0-0||1-1||2||2||100|
|Oakland-Alameda County Stadium||1||0-0||0-0||0-0||1-1||0-1||1||2||50|
|Paul Brown Stadium||8||0-0||4-4||4-4||6-7||0-1||14||16||87.5|
|M&T Bank Stadium||1||0-0||1-1||0-0||0-0||0-0||1||1||100|
|New Era Field||1||0-0||0-0||0-0||1-1||0-0||1||1||100|
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).
Career transactions: Selected by Houston in fifth round of 2012 NFL Draft (161st overall) ... Signed with Texans on 5-14-12 ... Waived by Texans on 9-29-15 ... Signed with N.Y. Jets as free agent on 11-10-15 ... Signed with N.Y. Giants as unrestricted free agent on 8-23-16 ... Contract terminated by Giants on 9-13-16 ... Signed with Pittsburgh as free agent on 12-3-16 ... Waived by Steelers on 12-12-16 ... Acquired by Cincinnati on waivers from Pittsburgh on 12-13-16 ... Signed contract extension with Bengals on 9-18-18.
2019 highlights: Played in all 16 games ... Went 27 of 31 on FGs (87.1 percent), and 24 of 25 (96 percent) on PATs ... Made all three of his FG attempts in Game 5 vs. Arizona (23, 48, 23) ... Went four-for-four on FGs on Dec. 8 at Cleveland (34, 44, 28, 46) ... His 57-yard FG in Game 15 at Miami was the longest in Bengals history, and he also delivered a successful onside kick that yielded a game-tying TD drive that capped a 23-point fourth-quarter Bengals comeback ... Became first NFL kicker since 2015 to make a FG of at least 55 yards and boot a successful onside kick in the same game (Jets K Nick Folk).
Previous seasons: 2012—Spent rookie season with Houston on Reserve/Injured list, due to leg injury suffered in preseason.
2013—Kicked in all 16 games for Houston, going 26-for-35 on FGs and 26-for-26 on PATs ... Made his NFL debut on Monday Night Football, Sept. 9 at San Diego, and his 41-yard FG with 3:53 to play provided final points in 31-28 win ... Closed season with 12 straight made FGs.
2014—Kicked in all 16 games for Texans, going 30-for-35 on FGs and 40-for-40 on PATs ... Went four-for-five on FG tries of 50 or more yards ... Set franchise records for FGs (six) and points (19) in a game on Dec. 21 vs. Baltimore, Texans winning 25-13 ... Three-for-three on FGs Sept. 28 vs. Buffalo, including kicks of 50 and 55 yards.
2015—Opened season with Houston, kicking in Games 1-3, going five-for-six on FGs and three-for-five on PATs ... Later signed as free agent with N.Y. Jets, kicking in Games 9-16, going 14-for-17 on FGs and 19-for-20 on PATs ... For Jets on Dec. 6 at Giants, made 31-yard FG in overtime for 23-20 win ... On Dec. 19 at Dallas, his 40-yard FG with 0:36 to play secured 19-16 win.
2016—Signed by Giants during training camp ... Kicked for Giants in season opener at Dallas (two-for-three on PATs) ... Released by Giants prior to Game 2 ... Signed by Pittsburgh as replacement for injured K Chris Boswell, and kicked for Steelers on Dec. 4 vs. Giants, going three-for-three on FGs (44, 34, 38) and making only PAT try ... Active/DNP for Steelers Dec. 11 at Buffalo, as Boswell returned to action ... Waived by Steelers, and awarded to Bengals on waivers prior to Dec. 18 vs. Pittsburgh ... For Bengals vs. Steelers, two-for-two on FGs (23, 22) and PATs.
2017—Played in 15 games ... Inactive on Nov. 5 at Jacksonville due to back injury ... Converted career-high 90.0 percent of his FG attempts (18 of 20); one of his two misses was blocked ... Converted 31 of 33 PATs ... On Dec. 24 vs. Detroit, converted all four of his FG attempts, including a season-long 51-yarder.
2018—Played in all 16 games ... Converted 82.6 percent of his field goal attempts (19 of 23); two of his four misses were blocked ... Finished season with a streak of 10 consecutive FGs made ... Converted 95.1 percent (39 of 41) of PATs, his highest percentage since PAT distance was moved to 33 yards in 2015 ... Made 40-yarder in fourth quarter Sept. 13 vs. Baltimore to seal a win ... Made season-long 51-yarder in third quarter on Oct. 7 vs. Miami ... On Oct. 28 vs. Tampa Bay, converted a game-winning 44-yarder as time expired.
College: Played four seasons (2008-11) at Texas A&M, leaving with school career records for points (365), FGs (63) and PATs (176) ... His 142 point total as a senior was a school record, and he led the nation with an average of 2.33 FGs per game ... First-team All-American as a senior, and won college football's Lou Groza Award (nation's top placekicker).
Personal: Hometown is Klein, Texas ... Attended Klein High School, where he earned All-Texas and Greater Houston honors ... Earned academic All-Big 12 honors at Texas A&M ... Last name is pronounced "BULL-luck."