It feels like we’ve covered just about every integral piece to this Georgia football team.

The guys who make the offense go, like Stetson Bennett IV, Brock Bowers, Ladd McConkey or Kenny McIntosh. The guys who make all the difference on defense — Jalen Carter, Jamon Dumas-Johnson, Christopher Smith, Kelee Ringo and many more.

We don’t usually single it out, but we’ve discussed how good the Dawgs’ offensive line can be — a major factor for why Georgia has one of the most consistent offenses in the country.

But you know whom we don’t talk about? The kicker. We never talk about the kicker. Well, today is my unofficial Kicker Appreciation Day.

Senior Jack Podlesny is as consistent as they come. Good weather, bad weather, close game, big lead — doesn’t matter. He has a job — to kick an oblong-shaped ball between 2 tall yellow bars — and he does that with extreme efficiency.

Podlesny has made 20 of his 22 field-goal attempts this season, his only misses coming over 40 yards. One was over 50. His 91 percent accuracy ranks him 14th nationally, and his 20 made kicks place him tied for 5th. He hasn’t missed an extra point all year, and his 51 made put him in the top 10 overall.

The Dawgs have benefited from plenty of blowout wins, but on the few occasions Podlesny has been forced into crucial moments, he has delivered. His 4 field goals against Missouri were, at the time, the only offense Georgia could muster. It kept the team in a game that could have slipped away.

Last Saturday, the Dawgs struggled to get across the goal line. Podlesny kicked 3 through with no misses to help them hang on for an underwhelming 16-6 win.

Podlesny is Georgia’s all-time leading kicker when it comes to accuracy, making 84.6 percent of his kicks, more than 2 percentage points ahead of Dawgs legend Rodrigo Blankenship. For a team that has had some pretty big names don the G — Blankenship, Brandon Coutu, Billy Bennett, Kevin Butler, Blair Walsh, John Kasay — Podlesny has more than carried on the tradition.

Look, he’s not kicking nukes out there. His long this season is only 42 yards. His career long is 53, but he has tried only 4 beyond 50 yards. Most of that has to do with Georgia’s offense, but everyone has a shortcoming.

Here’s the point, though:

This will matter in the end. At some point — maybe against LSU, or maybe down the line in the College Football Playoff — the Dawgs are going to have a moment where they need a big kick from their senior. Whether that’s a tense field goal or extra point, a booming kick for a touchback, or an onside kick, it’s crazy to expect Georgia to continue to roll over top-5 teams without drama.

The good news: Georgia is as complete as they come.

With the nation’s top scoring defense, a high-powered offensive attack and Podlesny closing any loopholes with his leg, the Dawgs have a rare abundance of riches in all phases of the game.