Brett Maher Misses 4 Extra Points, Scores 4th on 5th Try


The Dallas Cowboys organization celebrated a triumphant return to their winning ways this weekend with a 24-22 victory over the New York Giants. And, the hero of the day was none other than their veteran kicker, Brett Maher.

Maher, who had received criticism for his struggles during the first few weeks of the season, came through in a big way for the Cowboys, converting all four of his field goal attempts – including a game-winning 42-yarder with just over a minute left in the fourth quarter. The victory marked Maher’s second game-winning kick of the year.

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The significance of Maher’s fourth kick of the day was not lost on the Cowboys’ faithful. It was his sixth straight successful extra point attempt, a franchise record. This was also the first time in Maher’s career that he had converted all four extra-point attempts in a single game.

It was a remarkable feat, considering that Maher had struggled with consistency during the first few weeks of the season. After the game, Maher was humbled and appreciative for the support of his teammates and the fans. “I just wanted to make sure I did my part for the team,” he said. “It’s a great feeling to know that I can contribute in a big way, and I’m thankful for the opportunity.”

Maher’s accomplishments weren’t just limited to making field goals and extra points. He also set a Cowboys’ record for most touchbacks in a season, and finished the game with 11 total points – the most by a Cowboys’ kicker since Chris Boniol in 1998. Maher also had two tackles on special teams, the first of his career.

The performance earned praise from his teammates and coach. “He’s been a great addition to the team,” said quarterback Dak Prescott. “He comes in every day and works hard and it shows in his performance on the field. He’s a great teammate and a great kicker.”

Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett was equally effusive in his praise for Maher. “He’s been a great asset to the team,” said Garrett. “He’s a clutch performer and he’s been a huge help to our success this season.”

The victory was a much-needed one for the Cowboys, who are now 7-5 and in the thick of the playoff race. With Maher’s clutch performances, they have a good chance of making a deep playoff run. Maher himself is just happy to be part of the team’s success. “It’s an incredible feeling to be able to contribute to this team’s success,” he said. “I’m just fortunate to be a part of it.”

Maher’s heroics on Sunday served as a reminder of just how important he is to the Cowboys success this season. His remarkable performance, coupled with his teammates’ enthusiasm for his success, shows just what kind of impact he can have on a game. With the Cowboys playoff hopes still alive, Maher’s impeccable performances could mean the difference between a successful postseason run or an early exit.