During the 2nd quarter of Super Bowl XLVII against the San Francisco 49ers, Tucker failed to convert the first fake field goal attempt in Super Bowl history, coming up just 1 yard short of the 9 needed for the first down. Nonetheless, the Ravens went on to win the game, giving Tucker his first Super Bowl ring. The following 2013 season, despite missing two field goals in week 2 against the Cleveland Browns, Tucker continued his success as an accurate kicker for the Ravens. He kicked the game-winning field goal in overtime against the Cincinnati Bengals, letting the Ravens win 20-17. He was named AFC Special Teams Player of the Month for November. On Thanksgiving, Tucker kicked 5 field goals en route to the Ravens' 22–20 win against the Pittsburgh Steelers. He was also selected as the player of the game along with Jacoby Jones by John Madden. He brought his holder, Sam Koch and long snapper, Morgan Cox, to accept the award on screen with him.
In 2013, Tucker kicked a franchise record-tying 6 field goals that were the Ravens' only points in an 18–16 win against the Detroit Lions in a Monday Night Football game at Ford Field in Detroit on December 16, including a personal (and franchise) record 61-yard field goal in the last minute to seal the victory. During the game, Tucker became the first kicker in NFL history to kick a field goal in the 20s, 30s, 40s, 50s, and 60s in the same game. Tucker's 61-yard field goal also set the NFL record for longest field goal in a domed stadium. Tucker was elected to his first Pro Bowl to end the 2013 season. He was also voted 1st team All-Pro by AP voters.
On February 26, 2016, the Ravens placed the franchise tag on Tucker. Tucker signed the franchise tender on March 4, 2016, which would pay him $4.5 million. Tucker signed a 4-year, $16.8M deal extension on July 15, 2016.
In Week 12 of the 2016 season against the Bengals, Tucker kicked 4 field goals, 3 for over 50 yards in 19-14 win, earning him AFC Special Teams Player of the Week.
In week 15 of the 2016 season against the Eagles, Tucker tied the NFL single-season record for 10 field goals of more than 50 yards.
He was named to his 2nd Pro Bowl, his 1st since 2013, as a result of his successful 2016 season and was named First-team All-Pro for the 2nd time in his career.
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