Player Outlook
The Titans released Bullock to create salary cap space and he remains a free agent at the time of this publication. Bullock was among the worst-scoring kickers in Fantasy in 2022, averaging just 5.8 points per game. He is best left undrafted.

Fantasy Stats

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Year fg
Field Goals
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Field Goals Attempted
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Extra Points
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Kicking Points
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Fantasy Points
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Fantasy Points per Game
2023 5 6 10 25 264.3
2022 17 20 28 79 865.7
2021 26 31 42 120 1298.1
3y Avg. 21 26 31 94 1037.4
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  • Giants' Randy Bullock: Goes on IR

    The Giants placed Bullock (hamstring) on injured reserve Thursday, Dan Salomone of the team's official site reports. Bullock will miss the Giants' final three games of the season after he suffered a right hamstring injury on a kickoff during the first quarter of this past Sunday's 24-6 loss to the Saints. The Giants plan to elevate Cade York from the practice squad ahead of their Week 16 contest in Philadelphia, and he'll become the team's third placekicker of the season after Bullock previously stepped in to replace the injured Graham Gano (knee) following Week 8. Over his six games as the Giants' kicker, Bullock converted five of six field-goal tries and went 10-for-10 on point-after attempts.
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  • Giants' Randy Bullock: Unlikely to play Week 16

    Giants head coach Brian Daboll said Wednesday that he doesn't expect Bullock (hamstring) to play in Monday's game against the Eagles, Dan Salomone of the Giants' official site reports. After connecting on a 56-yard field goal in the first quarter of this past Sunday's 24-6 loss to the Saints, Bullock hurt his right hamstring on the ensuing kickoff and didn't return to the contest. Punter Jamie Gillan ended up stepping in for Bullock on kickoffs and placekicking, converting on his lone field-goal try (from 40 yards). Rather than having Gillan continue to pull double duty in Week 16, the Giants are expected to promote kicker Cade York from the practice squad to replace Bullock. While Daboll's comments suggests Bullock won't be available Monday, his status won't be officially confirmed until the Giants post their final Week 16 injury report.
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  • Giants' Randy Bullock: Comes through with winning kick

    Bullock went 1-for-2 on field-goal tries and made all three of his extra-point attempts in Monday's 24-22 victory versus the Packers. Bullock missed a 48-yard field goal in the first quarter, but he atoned for that by making all of his kicks for the remainder of the contest. The biggest of those was a 37-yard field goal as time expired in the fourth quarter to give the Giants their third straight victory. Bullock has made exactly one field goal in each of his past four contests, and Monday's miss was his first in his five-game stint with New York.
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  • Giants' Randy Bullock: Belts game-winning field goal

    Bullock made his only field-goal attempt from 42 yards out and converted his lone extra-point try in Sunday's 10-7 win against New England in Week 12. Scoring was at a minimum in the contest, and Bullock's 42-yard field goal with 8:10 remaining in the fourth quarter ended up providing the winning margin for the Giants. The Patriots had a chance to tie the game late in the period, but Chad Ryland missed a chip-shot 35-yard field goal with just six seconds on the clock. Though Bullock hasn't been tasked with much work since taking over for Graham Gano (knee) as the team's kicker in Week 9, he's yet to miss a kick, making all three of his field-goal tries and all seven of his extra-point attempts.
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  • Giants' Randy Bullock: Joins active roster

    The Giants signed Bullock to their active roster Friday. New York has already elevated Bullock three times this season, so he had to be signed to the active roster in order to suit up for Sunday's matchup against the Patriots. Bullock has been perfect so far for the Giants, converting both of his field-goal tries and all six extra-point attempts across three appearances, though he hasn't yet tried a single kick from 50+ yards out. New York also signed Cade York to the team's practice squad.
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  • Giants' Randy Bullock: Back to practice squad

    Bullock reverted to the Giants' practice squad Monday. Bullock will return to the practice squad after making his only field-goal attempt and all three extra-point tries during the team's win versus the Commanders on Sunday. The 33-year-old has already been elevated three times this season, so he will need to be signed to the active roster in order to play again. The team will now have to decide whether to sign Bullock or to go with Cade York for their upcoming matchup with the Patriots.
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  • Giants' Randy Bullock: Set to kick again Week 11

    The Giants elevated Bullock from their practice squad Saturday, Dan Salomone of the Giants' official site reports. Bullock has served as New York's kicker over the past two weeks, with Graham Gano (knee) on injured reserve. He didn't get to attempt any field goals in his first contest, but Bullock connected on his only try -- a 40-yarder -- last week against Dallas. Given the struggles of the Giants' offense, Bullock isn't a particularly appealing option for fantasy managers ahead of Sunday's game versus Washington.
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  • Giants' Randy Bullock: Moves to active roster

    Bullock was elevated from the practice squad to the active roster by the Giants on Saturday, Field Yates of ESPN reports. The kicker made his 2023 debut with New York in Week 9 against the Raiders but did not attempt an extra point or field goal in a 30-6 defeat. Bullock's elevation to the active roster should indicate that he'll be the kicker again Sunday against the Cowboys over Cade York. Both have been competing for the job since Graham Gano went down with a left knee injury that will require surgery.
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  • Giants' Randy Bullock: Back on practice squad

    Bullock reverted to the Giants' practice squad Monday, per the NFL's transaction log. In his second stint with the Giants, Bullock was contained to a pair of kickoffs, one to start the third quarter and another following the team's only touchdown when New York opted for a two-point conversion attempt Sunday during the 30-6 loss at Las Vegas. It's unclear if the Giants will continue to roll with Bullock as their placekicker or instead go with Cade York, who is the option on the active roster, during Graham Gano's (knee) stint on injured reserve. If Bullock gets the call Sunday in Dallas, he'll need to be elevated from the practice squad by Saturday afternoon.
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  • Giants' Randy Bullock: Kicking for New York on Sunday

    Bullock will serve as the Giants' kicker Sunday at Las Vegas with Cade York a healthy scratch, Dan Salomone of the team's official site reports. New York elevated Bullock from its practice squad Saturday, joining York on active roster after the latter was claimed off the Titans' practice squad this week in the wake of Graham Gano's (knee) IR stint. Bullock will get the first chance to sub in for Gano, which marks his second time kicking for the Giants. In his most recent action last season, Bullock made 17 of 20 field-goal attempts and all 28 point-after tries in 15 games for Tennessee.
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  • Giants' Randy Bullock: Joins active roster

    Bullock was elevated to the Giants' active roster Saturday, Art Stapleton of The Bergen Record reports. It's unclear who will start Sunday between Bullock and Cade York, who was signed off the Titans' practice squad earlier this week. The veteran certainly Bullock has more experience having played nine years across seven teams, including a one-game stint with the Giants back in 2016, but his accuracy has been a bit suspect recently, as he's made just 26 of his 37 field-goal attempts from 40-plus yards over the past three seasons.
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  • Randy Bullock: Joining Giants' practice squad

    The Giants are in line to sign Bullock to their practice squad Thursday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. The Giants worked out a number of veteran kickers Thursday and ultimately settled on bringing Bullock on board. Though Bullock will stick on the practice squad for now, he could be a candidate to get elevated to the 53-man roster for Sunday's game against the Raiders. Graham Gano is the Giants' lone kicker on the roster at the moment, but he's been contending with a knee injury on his plant leg and is coming off a rough showing in the team's 13-10 overtime loss to the Jets in Week 8 in which he missed field-goal attempts from 35 and 47 yards out. If Gano isn't deemed healthy enough to kick this weekend, Bullock would be his obvious replacement.
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  • Titans' Randy Bullock: Scores 10 points

    Bullock made all three of his field-goal attempts and his only extra-point try in Week 18's 20-16 loss to the Jaguars. Bullock converted from 51, 39 and 41 yards on his field goals. The veteran played 15 games this season, making 17 of 20 field goals and all 28 of his PATs. With just 79 total points, though, Bullock placed outside the top 30 in scoring for kickers. That said, he remains under contract with the Titans for the 2023 campaign.
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  • Titans' Randy Bullock: Scores seven points

    Bullock made both of his field-goal attempts as well as his only extra-point try in Week 17's 27-13 loss to the Cowboys. Bullock converted field goals from 37 and 29 yards. With 69 points on the campaign, he ranks outside the top 30 league-wide in scoring at his position.
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  • Titans' Randy Bullock: Uninvolved again

    Bullock did not attempt a field goal and made both of his extra-point attempts in Saturday's 19-14 loss to the Texans. Bullock made minimal impact in Saturday's loss, as he was asked to convert only two extra-point attempts. He has now failed to make a field goal in three consecutive games and has not made multiple goals in 11 of 13 contests on the campaign.
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  • Titans' Randy Bullock: Misses lone field-goal attempt

    Bullock missed his only field-goal attempt but made both of his extra-point attempts in Sunday's 17 -14 loss to the Chargers. Bullock missed a 51-yard field goal early in the fourth quarter, a kick that would have given Tennessee a three-point lead. He has now made only five of eight attempts from 40 yards or further this season. Overall, Bullock has failed to make multiple field goals in each of his last six games.
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  • Titans' Randy Bullock: Puts in full practice

    Bullock (calf) was a full participant during Wednesday's practice, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports. Bullock was sidelined for both of the Titans' past two games due to a calf injury he suffered during pregame warmups in Tennessee's Week 10 win over Denver. Now that he's healthy, Bullock should reclaim his role as Tennessee's kicker this weekend in Philadelphia. Caleb Shudak -- who made three of his four field-goal attempts during his NFL debut Week 12 against the Bengals -- will most likely be waived within the coming days.
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  • Titans' Randy Bullock: Not playing Sunday

    The Titans have ruled out Bullock (calf) for Sunday's game versus the Bengals, Randy Bullock of the team's official site reports. Bullock injured his right calf during pregame warmups Week 10 against the Broncos, and while he made his only field-goal attempt and both point-after tries in that game, he hasn't played in the meantime. Josh Lambo filled in for him Week 11 at Green Bay, but he was waived Monday before the Titans designated Caleb Shudak (undisclosed) for return from the reserve/PUP list Tuesday. Now that Shudak has been activated as of Saturday, he'll handle kicking duties for the team until Bullock is healthy enough to do so.
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  • Titans' Randy Bullock: Listed as questionable for Week 12

    Bullock (calf) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Bengals after missing practice Friday, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports. With Bullock, who was inactive in Week 11, looking iffy for Week 12 at this stage, Caleb Shudak (leg) could be activated from the PUP list before Saturday's deadline for roster moves to handle the Titans' kicking duties.
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  • Titans' Randy Bullock: Making progress

    Bullock (calf) was listed as limited on Thursday's estimated injury report, Ben Arthur of FoxSports.com reports. Bullock was unable to practice Wednesday, and although Thursday's report is just an estimate, at least the Titans believed he could have participated to some degree. If Bullock is unable to kick Sunday against the Bengals, Caleb Shudak (leg) seems like the most likely candidate to fill in, although he has yet to be placed on the active roster after being designated to return from the PUP list Tuesday.
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