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2023 Kicking

Field Goals
Field Goals Made - Field Goals Attempted
Field Goal Percentage
Extra Points
Extra Points Made - Extra Points Attempted
Kicking Points
Regular Season 4 6 66.7 4 4 16

Top Graham Gano News

  • Giants' Graham Gano: Converts only field-goal try

    Gano drilled his only field-goal attempt from 55 yards and didn't try any extra points in a Week 4 loss to the Seahawks on Monday Night Football.

    Gano was perhaps the only bright spot in a dreary performance by New York's offense, as he hit from 55 yards out late in the second quarter. It was the veteran kicker's second make from over 50 yards this season -- he converted from 57 yards against San Francisco last week. Gano has rebounded from missing all three of his kicks Week 1 to go 4-for-4 on field-goal tries and 4-for-4 on extra-point attempts over three weeks since, but that volume isn't great from a fantasy perspective. His big leg and accuracy will only go so far unless the Giants offense is able to wake up from an early season slumber.

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  • Giants' Graham Gano: Drills 57-yard FG against 49ers

    Gano made both of his field-goal attempts in Thursday's Week 3 loss to San Francisco.

    The Giants tried for a two-point conversion on their only touchdown, so Gano didn't get a chance to attempt any extra points. However, the veteran kicker hit a 44-yard field goal in the first quarter and converted an attempt from 57 yards out just before halftime. Gano has made all three of his field-goal tries over his past two games and appears to be back on track after an uncharacteristic pair of misses in a season-opening loss to Dallas.

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  • Giants' Graham Gano: Bounces back with game-winning FG

    Gano made his only field-goal attempt and all four extra-point tries against the Cardinals in a Week 2 win Sunday.

    Gano, and the Giants as a whole, had a miserable Week 1, as the veteran kicker missed both of his field-goal tries and suffered an ankle injury to boot in the 40-0 loss against Dallas. However, Gano was able to recover in time to take the field Week 2 and looked to be back in form, drilling the game-winning field goal from 34 yards out with less than 20 seconds on the clock to cap a furious New York comeback. Despite his struggles in the season-opener, Gano has earned a reputation as one of the league's most reliable kickers after making 89 of 97 field-goal tries (including 20 of 25 from 50-plus yards) over the previous three campaigns.

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  • Giants' Graham Gano: Cleared for Week 2

    Gano (ankle) doesn't carry an injury designation into Sunday's game against the Cardinals.

    Gano sustained a right ankle injury in this past Sunday's 40-0 loss to the Cowboys, which may have contributed to him having a 45-yard attempt blocked and returned for a touchdown in the first quarter and pushing a 36-yard attempt wide left in the second quarter. The veteran kicker was limited in practices Wednesday and Thursday, but after upgrading to full activity Friday, the Giants are apparently convinced he'll be ready to go for their Week 2 matchup. Gano will get a favorable spot to rebound against a Cardinals squad that allowed 21 first downs to a below-average Commanders offense in the season opener.

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  • Giants' Graham Gano: Limited again Thursday

    Gano (ankle) remained limited in Thursday's practice, Dan Salomone of the Giants' official site reports.

    Gano's injury is to his kicking ankle, so it certainly bears watching ahead of Sunday's date with the Cardinals. Coach Brian Daboll has expressed optimism that Gano will be able to kick in Arizona.

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  • Giants' Graham Gano: Working through ankle injury

    Gano was a limited participant at practice Wednesday due to an ankle injury, Dan Duggan of The Athletic reports.

    The injury that Gano dealt with in Sunday's loss to the Cowboys had been labeled as a calf issue, but the Giants' first Week 2 practice report classified the kicker's injury differently. Regardless, head coach Brian Daboll expressed confidence that Gano will be available to kick in this weekend's game at Arizona. He'll have two more opportunities to log a full practice before Sunday's contest.

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  • Giants' Graham Gano: Injury severity downplayed

    Giants head coach Brian Daboll said Wednesday that Gano (calf) will be limited in practice but should be fine for Sunday's game at Arizona, Charlotte Carroll of The Athletic reports.

    Gano injured his calf in the Giants' Week 1 loss to the Cowboys, but his ability to practice in any capacity Wednesday bodes well for his chances of being ready to go by the time the weekend arrives. The 36-year-old misfired on both of his field-goal tries in Week 1 as the Giants were shut out, 40-0.

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  • Giants' Graham Gano: Injury update likely Wednesday

    Gano, who suffered a calf injury in Sunday night's Week 1 loss to the Cowboys, will have his status updated Wednesday per head coach Brian Daboll, Ryan Dunleavy of the New York Post reports.

    Gano suffered the injury on the blocked field goal in the first quarter of the contest but remained in the game and subsequently missed a 36-yard try before halftime. The veteran kicker underwent X-rays after the game, but details of those results will be held back for now. His status for Sunday's Week 2 matchup against the Cardinals should gain further clarity with Wednesday's expected update.

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  • Giants' Graham Gano: Dealing with right calf injury

    Gano said after Sunday's loss to the Cowboys that he was cleated in the right calf after the blocked field goal in the first quarter but expects to be fine, Dan Duggan of The Athletic reports.

    Gano was seen entering the X-ray room after Sunday's matchup, and he wasn't wearing a shoe on his right foot. However, he appears to be dealing with a calf injury that isn't believed to be particularly serious. A better idea of his status for next Sunday's game against Arizona should come into focus based on his participation in practice this week.

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  • Giants' Graham Gano: Undergoing X-rays

    Gano went into the X-ray room after Sunday's loss to the Cowboys due to an apparent right foot injury, Charlotte Carroll of The Athletic reports.

    The Giants were outplayed in nearly every area during Sunday's season-opening loss, and Gano missed two field-goal attempts. He had a 45-yard attempt blocked in the first quarter, and he missed a 36-yard try just before halftime. It's possible his injury contributed to his struggles, but the severity of the ailment isn't yet clear.

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  • Giants' Graham Gano: Gets three-year extension

    Gano signed a three-year contract extension with the Giants on Friday, Pat Leonard of the New York Daily News reports.

    Gano gets some job security just before the start of the 2023 season in a move that will also free up cap space for the Giants. The 36-year-old kicker earned his extension with a strong three-year stretch since joining the Giants, during which Gano has converted 89 of 97 field-goal attempts.

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  • Giants' Graham Gano: Perfect on kicks in preseason

    Gano made all three of his field-goal tries, including two from more than 50 yards, and his lone extra-point attempt in Saturday's exhibition loss to the Jets.

    Gano showed off his big leg by connecting on a 57-yarder in the second quarter and a 56-yarder in the third. The veteran kicker finished a perfect 6-for-6 on field-goal attempts in preseason action, with all six coming from 40-plus yards out. He also made all five of his extra-point tries and appears primed for New York's season opener against Dallas on Sept. 10. Gano tied for 11th among kickers last year with 119 points, and his fantasy value is increased in formats in which distance matters, as Gano tied for fifth among NFL kickers last season with eight makes (on nine attempts) from at least 50 yards.

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  • Giants' Graham Gano: Efficient in 13th NFL season

    During the regular season, Gano converted 29 of 32 field-goal attempts and 32 of 34 extra-point tries. He made his lone field-goal try and all five of his extra-point attempts over two postseason games.

    Gano was selected as a Pro Bowl alternate on the strength of his accurate kicking during the campaign. Among other things, he went 8-for-9 on field-goal attempts from beyond 50 yards, finishing with his most makes from that distance in his 13 seasons as a pro. Gano struggled at times with his accuracy early in his career, but he's since become one of the league's most reliable kickers, making 132 of 143 (92.3 percent) of his field-goal tries over the past five campaigns. Gano has one year remaining on his current contract and figures to be the Giants' primary placekicker again next season.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-2, 202 lbs
Birthplace: Arbroath, Scotland
Age: 36
School: Florida State
Experience: 14