Justin Tucker shouts-out fantasy owners after epic win on Monday Night Football

Baltimore Ravens place kicker Justin Tucker was the star of the show on Monday Night Football - Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports

Baltimore Ravens place kicker Justin Tucker didn't miss on Monday night, in a performance that included a 61-yarder to win the game. We bring you the fantasy implications here.

Baltimore Ravens place kicker Justin Tucker was a perfect 6-of-6 on field goals including a game-winning 61-yarder with 38 seconds left to beat the Detroit Lions on Monday Night Football. Tucker has converted 35-of-37 field goals on the year for a conversion rate of 93.5 percent. Tucker has now converted 33 consecutive field goals on the year. The 61-yarder set a franchise record for the Ravens. He even acknowledged his great fantasy football effort after the game.

Fantasy impact: Tucker leads the league in both field goals attempted and field goals made and is money in fantasy this year. Needless to say, if you own him you are a happy fantasy player. Tucker is one of the top kickers in fantasy this year and will remain a hot commodity. The Ravens will face the New England Patriots in Week 16 and they show no problem allowing Tucker to kick them to victory. The Patriots are giving up the 21st most fantasy points to place kickers.

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