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Greg Zuerlein
K #4
Height:
6-0
Weight:
191
Age:
29
College:
Missouri Western State
Hometown:
Lincoln, NE
Experience:
6

Quick Stats (2017):

FGA
18
FGM
17
PCT
94.4
LNG
56
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGamesOverall FGsOverall FgsPATKickoffs
GGSBlkLngFG AttFGMPctXP AttXPMPctBlkKOAvgTBRetAvg
TOTAL 4 61 159 129 81.1 164 161 98.2 1 381 65.9 232 145 22.9
2017 LA 6 0 0 56 18 17 94.4 18 18 100 0 40 64.9 31 8 20.4
2016 LA 16 0 0 54 22 19 86.4 23 23 100 0 59 64.3 36 22 19.5
2015 STL 14 0 3 61 30 20 66.7 28 26 92.9 1 64 65.1 38 26 23.3
2014 STL 16 0 1 56 30 24 80 35 34 97.1 0 73 66.6 38 35 24.3
2013 STL 16 0 0 54 28 26 92.9 34 34 100 0 78 66.4 52 24 22.9
2012 STL 16 0 0 60 31 23 74.2 26 26 100 0 67 67.1 37 30 24.3
Recent Games
WKOppResultOverall FGsPATKickoffs
BlkLngFG AttFGMPctXP AttXPMPctBlkKOAvgTBRetAvg
1 IND W 46-9 0 50 3 3 100 5 5 100 0 9 65 9 0 --
2 WAS L 20-27 0 40 2 2 100 2 2 100 0 5 65 4 1 --
3 @SF W 41-39 0 48 2 2 100 5 5 100 0 8 63.9 4 3 --
4 @DAL W 35-30 0 49 7 7 100 2 2 100 0 9 67 6 3 --
5 SEA L 10-16 0 35 2 1 50 1 1 100 0 3 60.7 2 1 --
6 @JAX W 27-17 0 56 2 2 100 3 3 100 0 6 65 6 0 --

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Biography

TRANSACTIONS: Re-signed with the Rams (3/15/17)...selected by St. Louis in the sixth round (150th overall) of the 2012 NFL Draft (4/28/12).

PRO: Fifth-year pro has played in 82 career games...converted 126-of-155 career field goals...converted 7-of-7 field goals, setting a franchise record for most field goals in a game...set franchise record with 61-yard field goal at Minnesota (11/8/15)...broke the franchise record for 50-plus yard field goals in a season in 2012...made his first 15 field goal attempts of his career, a new fran- chise record for most consecutive field goals by a rookie...with seven field goals of 50 yards or more, he owns the team record in the category and ranked second all time among NFL rookies following the 2012 season...kicked the longest field goal by a rookie in league history (60 yards)...broke the franchise record for longest field goal (60 yards) and owns three of the four longest field goals in Rams history...became the first kicker in league history to kick a 50-plus and 60-plus yard field goal in the same game (vs. Seattle, 9/30/12).

2016 SEASON: Finished with an 86.3 field goal percentage (19-of-22)...went perfect on the year in extra points (23-of-23)...currently ranks eighth in franchise history in total points scored (479)...vs. Seattle (9/18): Converted three-of-three field goals...at Tampa Bay (9/25): Converted on a 53-yard field goal, while tallying seven kickoffs, all of which were touchbacks...vs. Buffalo (10/9): Made four-of-four field goals, including a season-long 54-yard kick...at at New York Jets (11/13): Scored all nine of the team’s points...made three-of-three field goals...now has 454 career points to move past former WR Torry Holt for eighth most career points in franchise history...vs. Miami (11/20): Converted a 46-yard field goal...at New England (12/4): Converted a 44-yard field goal...vs. Arizona (1/1): Went two-for-two on field goal attempts, converting from 37 and 36 yards.

2015 SEASON: Converted 20 field goals...vs. Detroit (12/13): Converted all three extra point attempts...vs. Chicago (11/15): Made field goals of 26 and 38 yards...at Minnesota (11/8): Made a 61-yard field goal that set a franchise record for longest field goal in Rams history and is also the longest field goal of the season in the NFL...his 53-yard
conversion moved him past former Rams K Josh Brown for second-most 50-plus yard
field goal conversions in franchise history with 16...also converted field goals of 35 and 45
yards...vs. San Francisco (11/1): Made a 38-yard field goal and converted both extra point
attempts...vs. Cleveland (10/25): Made a 39-yard field goal and an extra point...at Green
Bay (10/11): Made a 42-yard field goal and three extra points...at Arizona (10/4): Made a
30-yard field goal and three extra points...vs. Pittsburgh (9/27): Made field goals of 49 and
27 yards...at Washington (9/20): Made a 52-yard field goal and one extra point...vs. Seattle (9/13): Made four extra points and two-of-two field goals including a 37-yard game-winner in overtime.

2014 SEASON: Finished the season converting 24-of-30 field goals and 34 extra points for 106 total points...converted five field goals of 50-plus yards for a career-high 71.4 percent...at Tampa Bay (9/14): Converted four field goals of 36, 36, 46 and 38 yards out...the 38-yard field goal came with :38 second remaining in play, to help seal the win...vs. Denver (11/16): Earned NFC Special Teams Player of the Week honors...converted field goal attempts of 37, 29, 22, 55 and 53 yards...vs. New York Giants (12/21): Converted field goal of 51 and 20 yards.

2013 SEASON: vs. Arizona (9/8): Made four-of-four field goals including a 48-yard game winning kick in the fourth quarter...at Atlanta (9/15): Made one field goal from 29 yards...made three-of-three extra points...at Dallas (9/22): Did not attempt any field goals...converted one-of-one extra points...vs San Francisco (9/26): Made one field goal from 40 yards...vs. Jacksonville (10/6): Converted two-of-two field goals...at Houston (10/6): Made one field goal from 42 yards...converted five-of-five extra points... recorded one special teams tackle...at Carolina (10/20): Converted two-of-two field goals...vs. Seattle (10/28): Converted three- of-four field goals...vs. Tennessee (11/3): Did not convert a 44-yard field goal attempt...at Indianapolis (11/10): Converted one field goal of 32 yards...made five-of-five extra points...vs. Chicago (11/24): Converted field goals from 29 and 40 yards...made four-of-four extra points...at San Francisco (12/1): Converted both field goal attempts from 43 and 34 yards...at Arizona (12/8): Converted one field goal from 44 yards...vs. New Orleans (12/15): Converted two-of-two field goals from 31 and 35 yards... tacked on three extra points...successfully converted an onside kick in the first quarter...vs. Tampa Bay (12/22): Converted three- of-three field goal attempts from 54, 25 and 48 yards...marks a new season long...at Seattle (12/29): Converted one field goal from 36 yards...moved into first place in franchise history in career field goal percentage (49/59, 83.1 percent).

2012 SEASON: Made seven field goals from 50 yards or more...broke the franchise record for 50+ yard field goals in a season... made his first 15 field goal attempts of his career and finished the year 23-for-31 overall...with seven field goals of 50 yards or more, he owns team record in the category and ranks second all time among NFL rookies...kicked the longest field goal by a rookie in league history (60 yds.)...broke the franchise record for longest field goal (60 yds.) and owns three of the four longest field goals in Rams history...in Week 4 became the first kicker in league history to kick a 50-plus and 60-plus yard field goal in the same game...set a new franchise record for most consecutive field goals by a rookie (15)...at Chicago (9/23): Converted his first 50-plus yard field goal of his career, after clearing a 56-yard field goal...kick is good for second longest in franchise history, longest kick in Soldier Field history...scored all of the Rams’ points (six) after hitting two-of-two field goals (56, 46)...vs. Seattle (9/30): Converted a 60-yard field goal, which set a new franchise record and marked the second longest kick of the season in the NFL, behind San Francisco’s David Aker’s who kicked a 63-yard field goal...kicked a career-high four field goals (58, 48, 60, 24)...tied for third place in franchise history for most 50-plus yard field goals made in a season with three...remains perfect on the year in field goals, going 12-for-12, marking the most consecutive field goals made by a Rams rookie in team history...vs. Arizona (10/4): Hit his fourth field goal over 50 yards (53)...at Miami (10/14): Converted 48- and 32-yard field goals in the first quarter to give him 15 consecutive field goals made to start his career...currently 10-for-12 on 40-plus yard field goals...vs. San Francisco (12/2): Sent the team to overtime with a 53-yard field goal...converted a game-winning 54-yard field goal...only three other players have kicked field goals of at least 50 yards to send a game to overtime and then win it (Green Bay’s Chris Jacke, 1996; Indianapolis’ Mike Vanderjagt, 2002; Denver’s Matt Prater, 2011)...he is the first NFL kicker to tie a game with a field goal of 50-plus yards as time expired in the fourth quarter and kick an overtime field goal of 50-plus yards in the same game...set a new NFL record for most field goals of 53 yards or longer (six) after hitting his game-winning 53-yarder, the previous best was set by Jason Hanson with five in 2008...he now has seven field goals of 50-plus yards, he’s now one shy of tying Morten Anderson’s NFL record of seven set in 1995 and later tied by Jason Hanson in 2008.

COLLEGE: Was named All-American by six different organizations following his senior season...three-time selection to First- Team All-Mid America Intercollegiate Athletic Association and also earned MIAA Special Teams Player of the year as a senior... finished his career at Missouri Western after transferring from Nebraska-Omaha when UNO dropped its football program.

PERSONAL: Played at Pius X High School in Lincoln...All-class, all-state selection as a placekicker as a junior and senior...set state mark for most field goals in a season with 12...converted 43-of-45 PATS and went 12-for-16 on FGs with a long of 52 yards... also lettered in soccer...a 2005 Sports Illustrated preseason high school All-American...majored in business...name is pronounced ZURR-line...participated in many community events, including the Taste of the NFL, Coach Fisher & Friends Celebrity Softball game and the All-Community Team Ticket program - 4th Down Fan Club.

TRANSACTIONS: Re-signed with the Rams (3/15/17)...selected by St. Louis in the sixth round (150th overall) of the 2012 NFL Draft (4/28/12).

PRO: Fifth-year pro has played in 82 career games...converted 126-of-155 career field goals...converted 7-of-7 field goals, setting a franchise record for most field goals in a game...set franchise record with 61-yard field goal at Minnesota (11/8/15)...broke the franchise record for 50-plus yard field goals in a season in 2012...made his first 15 field goal attempts of his career, a new fran- chise record for most consecutive field goals by a rookie...with seven field goals of 50 yards or more, he owns the team record in the category and ranked second all time among NFL rookies following the 2012 season...kicked the longest field goal by a rookie in league history (60 yards)...broke the franchise record for longest field goal (60 yards) and owns three of the four longest field goals in Rams history...became the first kicker in league history to kick a 50-plus and 60-plus yard field goal in the same game (vs. Seattle, 9/30/12).

2016 SEASON: Finished with an 86.3 field goal percentage (19-of-22)...went perfect on the year in extra points (23-of-23)...currently ranks eighth in franchise history in total points scored (479)...vs. Seattle (9/18): Converted three-of-three field goals...at Tampa Bay (9/25): Converted on a 53-yard field goal, while tallying seven kickoffs, all of which were touchbacks...vs. Buffalo (10/9): Made four-of-four field goals, including a season-long 54-yard kick...at at New York Jets (11/13): Scored all nine of the team’s points...made three-of-three field goals...now has 454 career points to move past former WR Torry Holt for eighth most career points in franchise history...vs. Miami (11/20): Converted a 46-yard field goal...at New England (12/4): Converted a 44-yard field goal...vs. Arizona (1/1): Went two-for-two on field goal attempts, converting from 37 and 36 yards.

2015 SEASON: Converted 20 field goals...vs. Detroit (12/13): Converted all three extra point attempts...vs. Chicago (11/15): Made field goals of 26 and 38 yards...at Minnesota (11/8): Made a 61-yard field goal that set a franchise record for longest field goal in Rams history and is also the longest field goal of the season in the NFL...his 53-yard
conversion moved him past former Rams K Josh Brown for second-most 50-plus yard
field goal conversions in franchise history with 16...also converted field goals of 35 and 45
yards...vs. San Francisco (11/1): Made a 38-yard field goal and converted both extra point
attempts...vs. Cleveland (10/25): Made a 39-yard field goal and an extra point...at Green
Bay (10/11): Made a 42-yard field goal and three extra points...at Arizona (10/4): Made a
30-yard field goal and three extra points...vs. Pittsburgh (9/27): Made field goals of 49 and
27 yards...at Washington (9/20): Made a 52-yard field goal and one extra point...vs. Seattle (9/13): Made four extra points and two-of-two field goals including a 37-yard game-winner in overtime.

2014 SEASON: Finished the season converting 24-of-30 field goals and 34 extra points for 106 total points...converted five field goals of 50-plus yards for a career-high 71.4 percent...at Tampa Bay (9/14): Converted four field goals of 36, 36, 46 and 38 yards out...the 38-yard field goal came with :38 second remaining in play, to help seal the win...vs. Denver (11/16): Earned NFC Special Teams Player of the Week honors...converted field goal attempts of 37, 29, 22, 55 and 53 yards...vs. New York Giants (12/21): Converted field goal of 51 and 20 yards.

2013 SEASON: vs. Arizona (9/8): Made four-of-four field goals including a 48-yard game winning kick in the fourth quarter...at Atlanta (9/15): Made one field goal from 29 yards...made three-of-three extra points...at Dallas (9/22): Did not attempt any field goals...converted one-of-one extra points...vs San Francisco (9/26): Made one field goal from 40 yards...vs. Jacksonville (10/6): Converted two-of-two field goals...at Houston (10/6): Made one field goal from 42 yards...converted five-of-five extra points... recorded one special teams tackle...at Carolina (10/20): Converted two-of-two field goals...vs. Seattle (10/28): Converted three- of-four field goals...vs. Tennessee (11/3): Did not convert a 44-yard field goal attempt...at Indianapolis (11/10): Converted one field goal of 32 yards...made five-of-five extra points...vs. Chicago (11/24): Converted field goals from 29 and 40 yards...made four-of-four extra points...at San Francisco (12/1): Converted both field goal attempts from 43 and 34 yards...at Arizona (12/8): Converted one field goal from 44 yards...vs. New Orleans (12/15): Converted two-of-two field goals from 31 and 35 yards... tacked on three extra points...successfully converted an onside kick in the first quarter...vs. Tampa Bay (12/22): Converted three- of-three field goal attempts from 54, 25 and 48 yards...marks a new season long...at Seattle (12/29): Converted one field goal from 36 yards...moved into first place in franchise history in career field goal percentage (49/59, 83.1 percent).

2012 SEASON: Made seven field goals from 50 yards or more...broke the franchise record for 50+ yard field goals in a season... made his first 15 field goal attempts of his career and finished the year 23-for-31 overall...with seven field goals of 50 yards or more, he owns team record in the category and ranks second all time among NFL rookies...kicked the longest field goal by a rookie in league history (60 yds.)...broke the franchise record for longest field goal (60 yds.) and owns three of the four longest field goals in Rams history...in Week 4 became the first kicker in league history to kick a 50-plus and 60-plus yard field goal in the same game...set a new franchise record for most consecutive field goals by a rookie (15)...at Chicago (9/23): Converted his first 50-plus yard field goal of his career, after clearing a 56-yard field goal...kick is good for second longest in franchise history, longest kick in Soldier Field history...scored all of the Rams’ points (six) after hitting two-of-two field goals (56, 46)...vs. Seattle (9/30): Converted a 60-yard field goal, which set a new franchise record and marked the second longest kick of the season in the NFL, behind San Francisco’s David Aker’s who kicked a 63-yard field goal...kicked a career-high four field goals (58, 48, 60, 24)...tied for third place in franchise history for most 50-plus yard field goals made in a season with three...remains perfect on the year in field goals, going 12-for-12, marking the most consecutive field goals made by a Rams rookie in team history...vs. Arizona (10/4): Hit his fourth field goal over 50 yards (53)...at Miami (10/14): Converted 48- and 32-yard field goals in the first quarter to give him 15 consecutive field goals made to start his career...currently 10-for-12 on 40-plus yard field goals...vs. San Francisco (12/2): Sent the team to overtime with a 53-yard field goal...converted a game-winning 54-yard field goal...only three other players have kicked field goals of at least 50 yards to send a game to overtime and then win it (Green Bay’s Chris Jacke, 1996; Indianapolis’ Mike Vanderjagt, 2002; Denver’s Matt Prater, 2011)...he is the first NFL kicker to tie a game with a field goal of 50-plus yards as time expired in the fourth quarter and kick an overtime field goal of 50-plus yards in the same game...set a new NFL record for most field goals of 53 yards or longer (six) after hitting his game-winning 53-yarder, the previous best was set by Jason Hanson with five in 2008...he now has seven field goals of 50-plus yards, he’s now one shy of tying Morten Anderson’s NFL record of seven set in 1995 and later tied by Jason Hanson in 2008.

COLLEGE: Was named All-American by six different organizations following his senior season...three-time selection to First- Team All-Mid America Intercollegiate Athletic Association and also earned MIAA Special Teams Player of the year as a senior... finished his career at Missouri Western after transferring from Nebraska-Omaha when UNO dropped its football program.

PERSONAL: Played at Pius X High School in Lincoln...All-class, all-state selection as a placekicker as a junior and senior...set state mark for most field goals in a season with 12...converted 43-of-45 PATS and went 12-for-16 on FGs with a long of 52 yards... also lettered in soccer...a 2005 Sports Illustrated preseason high school All-American...majored in business...name is pronounced ZURR-line...participated in many community events, including the Taste of the NFL, Coach Fisher & Friends Celebrity Softball game and the All-Community Team Ticket program - 4th Down Fan Club.

 

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