Justin Tucker lights up scoreboard for Ravens, fantasy owners

Evan Habeeb-USA TODAY Sports

In a contest that was dominated by defenses, Justin Tucker capitalized when the offense couldn't find the end zone for most of the game. We break down the fantasy implications.

Baltimore Ravens kicker Justin Tucker had a banner day despite windy conditions versus the New York Jets.

Tucker hit all four of his field goal attempts on a day when offenses stalled for much of the afternoon. He made kicks of 26, 20, 33 and 53 yards. His 53-yarder happened with the wind at his back and squeaked through the left upright with plenty of distance to spare.

Fantasy Spin: In a game that provided little fantasy value across the board, Tucker was one of the top scorers after getting into the double digits midway through the third quarter. With the inconsistency of the Ravens offense, it's difficult to trust that Tucker will put up points on a regular basis, but amid a stretch of games at home, fantasy owners could do worse than rely on a kicker who has now converted 21 straight attempts. Kickers are always wild cards in fantasy football, but Tucker is a good one to play from week to week.

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