Green Bay Packers kicker Mason Crosby converted all four field goal attempts
last Sunday night, including a 56-yarder in the Packers 25-14 win at Atlanta. For his efforts, Crosby was named the NFC’s Special Teams Player of the Week,
Crosby’s 56-yard field goal in the third quarter tied for the longest in team history, which he set last year in Week 1.
So far this season, Crosby has connected on all nine field-goal attempts and, dating back to last season, has converted 16 consecutive field goals in the regular season.
Crosby is in his fifth season from Colorado. This is his third career Player of the Week Award.