Justin Tucker named AFC Special Teams Player of the Month (also earns weekly honor)

Any concern that might have cropped up when Justin Tucker missed both of his field goal tries in Week 2 against the Browns has since been alleviated.

The Ravens kicker hasn’t missed a field goal in the nine games since, making 22 straight attempts for the league’s longest active streak and the NFL is noticing.

On Wednesday, Tucker was named AFC Special Teams Player of the Month for November, along with earning AFC Special Teams Player of the Week for the second time in three weeks.

In November, the second-year kicker went 9-for-9 with three of those coming from beyond 50 yards. On Sunday, he went 4-for-4 in the victory over the Jets, including a season-long 53-yard boot.

Overall this season, Tucker is 24-for-26, tying him for the third-most field goals made in the league. His 92 percent conversion rate is tied for sixth in the NFL while he is one of only five kickers to make at least four field goals from 50-plus yards out. He is 4-for-5 in that category.