Evan McPherson, that kid can kick them from 70 and is only in his second year. Made many clutch kicks. Debacle against Pittsburgh was due to back up snapper. He was right down the middle on all three kicks at Dallas.
Like many top kickers, Gano started his career shakily.
He had to wait for a job to open up in Washington when the organization weirdly scapegoated Shaun Suisham, and his two full years there were a roller-coaster: 21 missed field goals, including a bunch of chip shots. Then he had to wait for another chance in Carolina, where Justin Medlock’s career ended abruptly with three misses.
Gano always had a big leg, but like Brad Daluiso and others, he needed time to harness all that power. Fortunately for the Giants, Gano came back from a devastating injury better than ever. Daluiso sadly didn’t.
Gano is the Giants' rock. He's a master at what he does
GRAHAM GANO…..we are so fortunate to have him on our team. I saw him kick that 63 yard FG, and now I’m glad he’s a friend, no longer a foe.
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