College: Marist | 5 years
Height: 5'10" | Weight: 190 lbs
Birth Date: 5/12/1991
Depth Chart: K-FG.1
2019 Bye Week: 11
Total Pts: 91
Avg Pts: 7.58
Rank: 4 K
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Seattle Seahawks kicker Jason Myers was the definition of perfection on Monday night against Minnesota when he knocked through three field goals and four extra points in the win. Myers was gifted nothing but short kicks, with his longest being made from 32 yards, but the important thing is that he's continued to roll since his poor showing against Tampa. Since that game, Myers has gone 6-for-6 on field goals and 9-for-9 on extra points. He's not automatic like Justin Tucker, but a dependable kicker is golden when it comes to the playoffs. Seattle is focused on nothing but those playoffs.
Seattle Seahawks kicker Jason Myers was slowed down last week with a small hip injury, but he showed on Sunday that there were no ill effects as he was perfect on field goals for the second straight week. This Monday will be his first time kicking at home again since he had a dreadful performance against the Bucs nearly a month ago, and hopefully he'll be able to keep his recent streak going. He'll be facing a cold but dry and relatively calm evening on Monday, so he should have pretty ideal conditions. Myers hasn't been the stud he was last season, but he's been an acceptable kicker in deeper leagues. He should continue that trend this week.
Seattle Seahawks kicker Jason Myers was set up for a difficult task on Sunday as he had to kick in cold, windy conditions in Philadelphia, but he was perfect. Myers wasn't facing any long kicks, but he knocked through a short field goal and a pair of extra points without incident as he continues to come back from his struggles earlier in the season. Myers has now been perfect in three of his last four games, and he's been a sure bet from inside the 40-yard line this season. He's still not the most productive kicker since Seattle's offense has been doing a fine job of finding the end zone this year, but dependability is a valuable trait for a team in the playoff hunt.
Seattle Seahawks kicker Jason Myers did a great job of redeeming himself in San Francisco two weeks ago when he nailed a pair of field goals and extra points en route to the Seattle overtime victory. Now he'll face another tough challenge as he's headed into Philadelphia on a cold, windy day. Weather forecasts are calling for winds of 15+ miles per hour throughout the game, and rain is expected throughout the morning before the game begins. The wet, windy weather will make kicking even more of a challenge than it already is, and Myers hasn't been stellar this season. Hopefully, last week will be the inspiration to keep him on track from here on out.
Seattle Seahawks TE Luke Willson (hamstring) was unable to practice all week and is listed as doubtful for Week 12 against the Philadelphia Eagles. DE Jadeveon Clowney (knee, hip) also did not practice all week, while CB Neiko Thorpe (groin) missed practice for a second straight day Friday, Nov. 22; both players are listed as questionable. OT Duane Brown (knee, biceps) did not practice Friday but has been removed from the injury report. WR Tyler Lockett (shin) and DT Jarran Reed (ankle, groin) were limited Friday but also no longer appear on the injury report. S Lano Hill (elbow), QB Russell Wilson (hamstring), S Quandre Diggs (hamstring), PK Jason Myers (hip), DE Quinton Jefferson (hip, ankle), OG Mike Iupati (rest, foot), LB K.J. Wright (shoulder) and OT George Fant (knee) practiced in full Friday and have also been cleared to play.
Seattle Seahawks DE Jadeveon Clowney (knee, hip), TE Luke Willson (hamstring), DT Jarran Reed (ankle, groin), CB Neiko Thorpe (groin) and TE Ed Dickson (knee) didn't participate in practice Thursday, Nov. 21. DE Quinton Jefferson (hip, ankle), G Mike Iupati (non-injury, foot), LB K.J. Wright (shoulder), OT Duane Brown (knee, biceps) and OT George Fant (knee) were limited. S Lano Hill (elbow), S Quandre Diggs (hamstring), TE Jacob Hollister (non-injury), PK Jason Myers (hip), LB Bobby Wagner (non-injury) and DT Al Woods (non-injury) practiced in full.
Seattle Seahawks OT Duane Brown (biceps, knee), DE Jadeveon Clowney (hip, knee) and TE Luke Willson (hamstring) did not participate in practice Wednesday, Nov. 20. DE Quinton Jefferson (ankle, hip), S Quandre Diggs (hamstring), TE Jacob Hollister (non-injury), OG Mike Iupati (foot, non-injury), PK Jason Myers (hip), DT Jarran Reed (ankle, groin), LB Bobby Wagner (non-injury), DT Al Woods (non-injury) and LB K.J. Wright (shoulder) were limited during practice. S Lano Hill (elbow) fully participated in practice.
Seattle Seahawks kicker Jason Myers caught plenty of bad press for missing a game-winning kick last week, but the offense bailed him out by scoring a touchdown in overtime. This week, it was Myers who did the saving. Myers blasted through three extra points and a pair of field goals, including a game-winning 42-yarder as time expired in overtime. Myers hasn't really lived up to his billing as a Pro Bowl kicker, especially lately, but he came through when it mattered most on Monday night. Hopefully, this will be a sign of things to come, and that missed game-winner against the Bucs will be seen as the turning point of his season.
Seattle Seahawks kicker Jason Myers had a rough Sunday against Tampa Bay, but he was bailed out by the rest of the squad. The Seahawks won in overtime, and while no one forgot about Myers' poor performance, it's a lot easier for a team to forgive when they win than when they lose. Head coach Pete Carroll particularly called Myers out after the game and reminded him and everyone else that the team has complete faith in him moving forward. Myers has struggled so far, but hopefully, a performance like this will be able to snap him back to reality. Myers will get another chance against the 49ers on Monday, and Seattle will likely need every single point they can get if they're going to win this game.
Seattle Seahawks kicker Jason Myers nailed his first 2019 field goal from more than 50 yards last week, but then he completed blew it against Tampa Bay on Sunday, nearly costing the Seahawks the win. Myers missed a 47-yard try in the second quarter by pulling it left, and then he bonked an extra point off the right goalpost just before halftime. This left Seattle in a hole that required a two-point conversion, but the Seahawks were able to convert and gave Myers another shot at redemption. Faced with a 40-yarder in the closing seconds of the game, a make would secure the win. Instead, Myers pushed it right and forced Seattle into overtime. The team was able to score a touchdown in OT to win anyway, but certainly not because of any help from Myers.
Seattle Seahawks kicker Jason Myers had a good fantasy day against the Atlanta Falcons. The 28-year-old hit two field goals, both from at least 40 yards out and nailed three extra points. Myers has now made at least two field goals and two extra points in three straight games. The fifth-year veteran is now 10-for-13 on field goals and 22-for-23 on extra points this year. Myers will look to continue his success against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Week 9.
Seattle Seahawks kicker Jason Myers had an exciting day on Sunday as he put the team in a bit of a tough spot. Myers sliced the extra point on the team's first score of the day, forcing Seattle to make some difficult choices as the ballgame wore on. The Seahawks would fail on a two-point conversion after their second score and end up winning the game by four, an awkward amount. Fortunately, Myers was money on field goal tries, as he nailed a pair of easy kicks. Myers is now 5-for-7 on field goals this season with his longest make coming from 42 yards out, and he's knocked down 18 of 19 extra point tries.
Seattle Seahawks kicker Jason Myers got his first cracks from 40+ yards on Thursday, and he missed his first one. A 48-yarder got pushed a little bit to the right just before halftime, but Myers caught almost no flak for it since head coach Pete Carroll's strategy was focused on instead. Myers had been called in to kick in hopes that the team could go up two scores on LA, but it was on a fourth-and-one situation when Seattle seemed to be rolling. The Rams promptly drove down the field, scored a touchdown to bring them within one point, and then they led off the second half with a quick touchdown as well. Myers would drill a 42-yarder later in the game that proved to be critical in the one-point victory.
Seattle Seahawks kicker Jason Myers finally got to shake the rust off by knocking a pair of short field goals through the uprights on Sunday. The two knocks were simple ones, just 33 and 24 yards out, and he put them both through like it was no big deal. Both shots were center cut, and Myers looks completely comfortable kicking for Seattle. He's also a perfect 13-for-13 on extra points so far this year, and fantasy owners can expect that Myers will continue to be one of the most consistent kickers in the game. He'll also certainly get more than two field goal opportunities every four games in the future.
Seattle Seahawks kicker Jason Myers probably didn't expect to be rolling into Week 3 with a field goal record of 0-for-1. Seattle made 22 field goals in 27 attempts last season, but after two weeks of 2019, they've attempted just one shot for three points. Even that attempt was a serious long shot as Myers was forced to kick at the end of the first half against Pittsburgh from 58 yards out. That would have tied his career-long, and no one is really upset that he missed that bomb. The good news is that he is 7-for-7 on extra points so far, and eventually, he'll get his chances on field goals.
Seattle Seahawks kicker Jason Myers officially missed his first field goal attempt of the season on Sunday, but it was a 58-yarder, so no one's too upset. Myers did knock down a 46-yard kick in the second quarter, but it was negated by a penalty on Pittsburgh and later turned into a touchdown a couple plays later. Myers remained perfect on extra points, and he looks like he's still in fine form. Myers should be get plenty of field goal opportunities as the season rolls along, but for the team certainly won't be upset if he gets to pound through extra points at a nice clip too.
Seattle Seahawks kicker Jason Myers wasn't put in any high-pressure game-winning field goal situations during the team's Week 1 win against Cincinnati, but his perfect day on extra points proved to be critical since the team only squeaked out the win by one point. The former Pro Bowler should get plenty of opportunities with the Seahawks this season, and he's shown that he can handle the pressure. Kickers are always a strange breed that can seem to catch a case of the yips as easily as catching a cold at a day care center, but there's no indication that Myers will be anything but dependable for the Hawks.
Seattle Seahawks kicker Jason Myers is getting Seahawks fans real excited about their field goal chances. Myers drilled a 58-yarder on Saturday night, and he still had room to spare, though it was officially his second chance at it. Myers originally faced a 53-yarder, but a false start penalty on Seattle allowed Myers the chance to try it again from 58 yards out. He nailed it that time. Myers is coming off a Pro Bowl season, and he should get plenty of chances up in the Emerald City. So far, he looks like he should be a solid fantasy contributor once again.
Seattle Seahawks kicker Jason Myers killed it on Sunday against Minnesota as he drilled all four field goals he attempted on the day. Myers' makes included a 52-yarder that cleared the bar with about a dozen yards to spare, backing up the 55-yarder he made last week. The reigning Pro Bowl kicker should get plenty of action with Seattle's high-powered offense, especially since they've had a tendency to struggle in the red zone with their offensive line problems slowing them down. There's no doubt that it is Myers' job in Seattle, so he's a safe kicker for owners to invest in.
Seattle Seahawks kicker Jason Myers got off to a rocky start by pushing a 56-yard attempt wide right, but just before the end of the first half on Thursday, Myers was able to sneak a 55-yarder inside the right upright. Myers lost last year's kicking competition to Sebastian Janikowski, but after a Pro Bowl season with the Jets, the Seahawks decided to take a do-over and give the job to Myers this year. Myers showed that he had plenty of leg in the team's first preseason game, and he should be a solid placekicker for a team that puts up a lot of points. Expect Myers to be a good contributor this season.