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Topic - Billy Cundiff
Billy Cundiff didn't make Browns fans forget kicker Phil Dawson. However, he did make them miss him a little less.
Billy Cundiff, sporting a crisp new white No. 6 jersey, had an impressive first day of practice with the San Francisco 49ers while kicking alongside struggling veteran David Akers as coach Jim Harbaugh closely watched.
When Billy Cundiff missed a 31-yard field goal last week, an error that ultimately cost the kicker his job, the course of the Washington Redskins' game against the Atlanta Falcons changed.
The Washington Redskins will try out kickers Tuesday in the wake of Billy Cundiff's recent inaccurate field-goal attempts, coach Mike Shanahan said.
In-season kicker tryouts have become so common for the Washington Redskins that they should be written into the schedule — like bye week. This year's tryouts will be held Tuesday, thanks to Billy Cundiff's second chip-shot miss in as many games, a 31-yarder that veered to the right against the Atlanta Falcons.
Thanks to the NFL's breast cancer awareness initiative, there was plenty of pink on the field and sidelines at FedEx Field on Sunday. After another rough outing, kicker Billy Cundiff could be seeing more of it in the way of a pink slip Monday.
Billy Cundiff's story of redemption Sunday as he made the game-winning field goal softened the blow of the kicker going 1-for-4. And it ensured that as of Wednesday's practice, Cundiff was still the Washington Redskins' kicker.
Kicker Billy Cundiff's job apparently is safe despite missing three of four field goal attempts in the Washington Redskins' 24-22 win over Tampa Bay on Sunday.
Billy Cundiff talked to himself and tried to stay on message. Three field goal attempts already Sunday and the Washington Redskins' kicker missed every one.
Before Robert Griffin III could seize the moment in Tampa on Sunday evening, there had to be a moment for him to seize. Washington Redskins veteran quarterback Rex Grossman knew that. So when Griffin's nerves tensed as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers lined up to kick a go-ahead field goal in the final two minutes, Grossman steered Griffin toward it.
A quarter-by-quarter recap of the Redskins' 24-22 win against the Buccaneers.
Nick Sundberg knew his left arm was broken, but it was up to Washington Redskins long snapper whether he'd stay in Sunday's game. He watched center Will Montgomery practicing long snaps on the sideline with holder Sav Rocca and his mind was made up.
The Washington Redskins would have been more than content to sit on their 13-point lead going into halftime Sunday. Robert Griffin III had the Superdome quiet and the New Orleans Saints wondering what they could do to change the game.
Recapping the Redskins' win over the Saints, quarter by quarter.
Outside linebacker Ryan Kerrigan can look back and learn from his long afternoon last December against massive New England tight end Rob Gronkowski as he prepares to play another giant, New Orleans tight end Jimmy Graham, on Sunday.
"When you're at this level, and if you're going to be a professional and it's your job, I think you have to take it personally," Cundiff said. "I get paid to make field goals. We'll move on from this. It's one of those things that will strengthen me in the end. Throughout my career, I've had challenging situations, and I'm still standing here today, so it's something that will be tough for a little while."
"Because he's going to look at his sheet and say, 'What are the percentages and how are they going to work in our favor?'