Crazy Kicker of Week 6

In most weeks, kicker craziness is an add-on, a little variety that makes the spice of life. But in Week 6, kicker craziness created the winning margin. Leading 17-7, the Oakland Raiders (whose starting quarterback, Jason Campbell, had been knocked out of the game) lined up for a 53-yard field goal attempt. While that’s well within PK Sebastian Janikowski’s range, the Raiders had other ideas. Punter Shane Lechler, the team’s holder, instead stood up and threw a pass that TE Kevin Boss took for a 35-yard touchdown. The Raiders ultimately beat the Browns 24-17.

You can watch the play here:

For his efforts, Lechler wins the award as the Crazy Kicker of the Week.

Crazy Kickers of the Week 2011
Week 5: P Daniel Sepulveda, Steelers
Week 4: PK Mason Crosby, Packers
Week 2: P Michael Koenen, Buccaneers
Week 1: P Sam Koch, Ravens
Preseason Week 4: P Dustin Colquitt, Chiefs
Preseason Week 2: P Andy Lee, 49ers
Preseason Week 1: PK Josh Brown, Rams

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