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After hitting five-of-six field goal attempts and accounting for all 15 of the Raiders' points on Sunday, the veteran placekicker single-handedly outscored eight other teams last Sunday.
Oakland Raiders placekicker Sebastian Janikowski was responsible for all of the team's points in their 15-0 win over the Kansas City Chiefs last Sunday, and in doing so, the 13-year veteran outscored eight other teams on the day.
Janikowski converted on five-of-six field goal attempts against the Chiefs, connecting from 20, 50, 57, 30 and 41 yards. A miss of a 51-yard attempt was the only blemish on an otherwise perfect day for the All-Pro kicker. The 57-yard kick that Janikowski hammered home at the end of the first half was his longest of the year, and his longest since tying the NFL record with a 63-yard blast in the 2011 season opener.
On the 2012 campaign, Janikowski has made 29-of-32 field goal attempts and converted 22 extra-point attempts to account for 109 points. His only three misses on the season have come from serious distances -- 51, 61 and 64 yards.