For the past several years, Baltimore Ravens kicker Justin Tucker has had the best field goal percentage in the history of the NFL. But after a career-worst season so far this year, that’s no longer the case – though he doesn’t sound too worried about it.

This week, Justin Tucker missed a kick that dropped his career field goal percentage to 89.9 percent, which is now behind Los Angeles Chargers kicker Younghoe Koo on the all-time list. But while Tucker would like to “have a couple of cool stats that other people can rattle off” by the end of his career, the all-time record is not something he’s concerning himself with regularly right now.

“In a given moment, when I’m on the field preparing to send a ball through the uprights, I can tell you that’s the last thing that I’m worried about,” Tucker said, via Jamison Hensley of “That’s like the furthest thing from my mind. All I’m focused on is making that kick in that moment in time, for what it’s worth, gathering all the data that I need to, applying what I’ve learned over the years in that given moment to do my best to put the ball through the uprights.”

That focus on the task at hand has clearly served Tucker over the years. We’ll have to see if he can get back to his incredibly accurate ways and reclaim the top spot on the all-time charts – even if that’s not necessarily his focus.