Earlier in his career, Jaguars kicker Josh Scobee would look at his field goal statistics around this time of year and start the projection game.
Can he make his first 20 attempts? Can he finish the year perfect?

But now in his 10th season with the Jaguars, the 31-year old Scobee has simplified his goals.

“I just want go 1 for 1 a bunch of times and then see what happens,” he said. “One thing at a time, one kick at a time.”

Through nine games, so far, so good for Scobee, who enters Sunday’s game against the Arizona Cardinals 12 for 12 on field goal attempts in addition to being ultra-consistent on kickoffs.

Last week against Tennessee, he was good on field goals from 32 and 44 yards, which represented a breakthrough of sorts — the previous three years, he missed his first field goal in the Jaguars’ ninth game.

“I made it a special point to be extra focused and luckily I got a couple of attempts and they weren’t chippies,” Scobee said.

Scobee and Denver’s Matt Prater (also 12 of 12) are the only kickers to not miss a field goal this year. Scobee’s best year percentage-wise was 2011 (92 percent, 23 of 25).

“He’s just solid,” coach Gus Bradley said. “You can count on him. I hope we don’t take him for granted because that’s something you can’t do in the NFL. I think he’s really performing well.”

The Jaguars looked refreshed from their bye week during the win over Tennessee and Scobee changed his routine during the off time. Instead of kicking, he left town to visit family.