Buffalo Bills kicker Tyler Bass named AFC Special Teams Player of the Month after perfect month
BUFFALO, N.Y. (WHEC)— It pays to be perfect. Buffalo Bills kicker Tyler Bass has been named AFC Special Teams Player of the Month following an October where he didn’t miss a single field goal or extra point
Bass kicked 10 field goals and 13 extra points for a total of 43 points, which was the third-most in the National Football League in the month.
Among the highlights was a 57-yard field goal against the Miami Dolphins last Sunday, it was the second-longest kick of his career.
Mr. October!! ??— Buffalo Bills (@BuffaloBills) November 4, 2021
Tyler Bass is the AFC Special Teams Player of the Month: https://t.co/sCq7JFyFvD pic.twitter.com/uxuJ2K2kyT
The team says it’s the first time a Bills player got the special teams nod since former punter Brian Moorman in 2006, and the first Buffalo kicker to get props since Steve Christie in 1998.
Bass and the Bills (5-2) take on the Jacksonville Jaguars in Jacksonville on Sunday, that game is at 1 p.m.