Mason Crosby: "I want to make kicks"

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Mason Crosby says that not wanting to let down his teammates helped him through his mid-season slump.

Mason Crosby has said that his teammates have helped keep him motivated this season.

The kicker went through a mid-season slump, missing 12 field goal attempts, before making his last four efforts, including a 51-yard kick against the Minnesota Vikings last week.

The 28-year-old told the Packers' website: "I'm doing a lot of good things here and I've done a lot in the past and I want to continue to do that. The relationships that we've formed here as a team, I don't think you get that very many places.

"I didn't have to look at another kicker to say I want to make kicks, I want to get my job done.

"I look at the guys in this locker room and the group of guys that I get to come to work with very day, and that was enough motivation for me."

The Packers face the Vikings again this season in the playoffs.

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