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49ers kicker Robbie Gould named NFC Special Teams Player of the Week

Jan 12, 2022 at 6:50 AM--


The NFL announced that San Francisco 49ers kicker Robbie Gould has been named the NFC Special Teams Player of the Week following the team's 27-24 road victory over the Los Angeles Rams.

In Week 18, Gould converted both of his field goals—from 42 and 24 yards—and all three point after attempts for a total of nine points in the overtime win at SoFi Stadium. He also punted twice with an average of 45 yards, including one downed inside the 20-yard line.

Gould was forced to take over the punting duties after Mitch Wishnowsky left Sunday's game with a concussion.

This is Gould's 10th-career Special Teams Player of the Week award. His previous honors are listed below.

  • 2005 (with Chicago): Week 9
  • 2006 (with Chicago): Week 16
  • 2015: (with Chicago): Week 4
  • 2017 (with San Francisco): Weeks 13
  • 2017 (with San Francisco): Weeks 15
  • 2018 (with San Francisco): Weeks 2
  • 2018 (with San Francisco): Weeks 15
  • 2019 (with San Francisco): Week 16
  • 2020 (with San Francisco): Week 12
  • 2021 (with San Francisco): Week 18

Gould is the sixth kicker with at least 10 Special Team Player of the Week awards, joining Adam Vinatieri (19), Matt Prater (14), John Carney (13), Jason Hanson (12) and Justin Tucker (12).

Information courtesy of NFL Communications

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