It was just another milestone Sunday for Ravens kicker Justin Tucker.

Tucker is now the NFL’s all-time leader in career field goal percentage, after Daniel Bailey of the Cowboys made four field goals Sunday night, but missed from 52 and 56 yards to drop out of the No. 1 spot. Tucker is 163 of 182 (89.5%) for his career, including 33 of 34 this season.

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Meanwhile, with his 10th field goal of 50 yards or longer this season, Tucker tied former Vikings kicker Blair Walsh for the most from 50+ yards in a season. Walsh made 10 from 50 yards or longer in 2012.

The Ravens will take Tucker over any other kicker. Bailey missed two kicks in ideal conditions at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Tx. But Tucker was masterful Sunday in windy conditions at M&T Bank Stadium, hitting from 53 and 47 yards to help the Ravens edge the Eagles, 27-26.

“It was pretty difficult,’’ Tucker said of Sunday’s weather conditions. “Trying to nail down exactly what the wind was doing – it was swirling pretty good in there.”

You would never know conditions were difficult watching Tucker kick. He is as close to automatic as it gets.

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