PK Randy Bullock - Houston Texans
|5-9, 205||Born: 12-16-1989||College: Texas A&M||Drafted: Round 5|
Quick fantasy outlook: The Texans made their interest in the local product know even prior to the 2012 draft - in part inspired by the success of Groza Award winning rookie Dan Bailey with Dallas in 2011. As a senior, Bullock hit 29 of 33 (87.9%) field goals and 55 of 57 PATs for 142 points en route to the award. His rookie season was postponed when a groin tear landed him on injured reserve in late August. His veteran competitor, Shayne Graham, ended up kicking for the Texans last season. This year Bullock faces no competition. He'll be working with the same long snapper as last summer - Jonathan Weeks. They'll both be working with a new holder - former Raider punter Shane Lechler. Kicking opportunities could be plentiful in 2013. The key coaching staff members remain intact from last year. The Texans are one of only three teams to rank in the top five in attempted kicking points both of the last two years.
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