The Minnesota Vikings fell short against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, but the game could have gone differently if Dan Bailey had performed better. After missing all of his kicks on Sunday, Bailey became part of NFL history, per ESPN’s Stats and Info.

On Sunday versus the Buccaneers, Bailey attempted — and missed — three field goals for the Vikings. In addition, he had one extra-point try, which he also missed. As a result, he becomes the first kicker since 1961 to miss all of his field goal and extra-point attempts in a game without making a single kick.

Following the game, Mike Zimmer shared his disappointment in Bailey’s inability to convert on his field goals for the Vikings, per ESPN’s Courtney Cronin.

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What makes Bailey’s performance on Sunday slightly shocking is the fact that before he came to the Vikings, he used to be a reliable kicker for the Dallas Cowboys. As pointed out, coming into Sunday’s game, Bailey had an all-time 86.9 percent field-goal percentage, which was sixth all-time.

From 2011-2017 with the Cowboys, Bailey was one of the best kickers in the NFL. The Vikings thought they were getting a good kicker. The Oklahoma State product made 186 of his 211 field goals for Dallas, giving him an 88.2 percent conversion rate. He also made an impressive 99.3 percent of his extra-point attempts.

However, his play has declined a decent bit since joining the Vikings in 2018, who he re-signed with this past offseason. In the past three seasons, Bailey has made 83.3 percent of his field goals while making 92.4 percent of his extra-point tries.

Though, in the past two weeks, he’s missed four of his six field-goal attempts and three of his four extra-point attempts. Given how Zimmer reacted to Bailey’s showing, the Vikings may begin considering other options if his struggles continue.