As far as a fantasy kicker goes, Tucker was essentially shut out last week. I think he'll make up for that in a big way against Houston.
Washington's defense has been a sieve, giving kickers plenty of scoring opportunities. That will continue with Akers' big day Sunday.
Thanks to an offense that is having trouble punching the ball into the end zone, Bironas will have a big day Sunday.
No one benefits more from a fantasy standpoint due to a lack of weapons than Gostkowski.
Jeff Fisher trusts his big-legged kicker in situations where other kickers cannot come through. That'll show up with his three field goals against Dallas.
Tennessee clamped down on Houston in the red zone last week. That could mean big things for Novak this week.
Carpenter went 3-for-4 on field goals last week, including one from 55 yards. In what should be a defensive struggle, I like him to have a big fantasy day.
Dawson will be the beneficiary of a big game from the 49ers offense.
Bailey drilled two kicks from beyond 50 yards last week. His big leg, combined with the Dallas offense, makes him a great fantasy kicker.
Nugent made both his field goal attempts last week, and I like the Bengals to give him a couple opportunties to get on the board against the Packers.
New Orleans has done a very nice job of holding its opponents out of the end zone, which should help Feely to a nice fantasy day.
I expect Texans-Ravens to be a tightly played game, and that's usually a good thing for kickers. It will be for Bullock.
The Vikings bogged down in the red zone three times last week, resulting in three chip shots for Walsh. He could get lucky again with a strong Cleveland defense in town.
Bryant made his only field goal attempt last week. Against a strong Dolphins defense, he'll have more opportunities on Sunday.
Seattle is going to blow out Jacksonville, and that may harm Hauschka in fantasy leagues this week. If they can get him just one field goal, though, he'll be worth starting.
Prater will once again be the victim of an offense that is simply too good to make its kicker an elite fantasy player.
The Saints will be too good for Hartley this week. If you own him you're starting him, but expect to seem him mostly trot out for PATs.
Forbath missed last week's game with a groin injury, making it very hard to count on him this week.
Folk is 4-for-4 on field goals this year, and should produce a nice fantasy day going up against a solid Buffalo defense.
Gould made his only field goal attempt against the Vikings, a chippy from 20 yards.
Suisham made his only field goal attempt last week, a 44-yarder. I wouldn't trust him as a starter against the Bears.
Janikowski had a great day last week, making 4-of-5 field goal attempts. Denver's defense isn't clamping down on opposing offenses, so he could be worth starting.
It won't be quite so explosive a day for the Eagles playing on a short week. That'll show up in Henery's stat line.
Brown benefitted from the Giants lack of efficiency in the red zone last week, but it's hard to count on that from week to week.
When you play for Green Bay, you can kick back and let the offense do all the work for you. At least that's what Crosby did last week. I like him a lot for the rest of the year. Last year is over.
Sturgis knocked through a 54-yard field goal against the Colts last week and remains perfect on the season.
Thursday night games are famously sloppy, and that'll result in a lack of scoring opportunities for Succop.
Vinatieri connected on 2-of-3 field goal attempts, missing from 52 yards. I do not like him as a regular starter.
The Giants have not done a good job of keeping the opposition out of the end zone, and I don't see them starting this week.
Cundiff made a 51-yard field goal last week, but he's impossible to trust given the state of Cleveland's offense.
This offense is in disarray, and the effects have trickled all the way down to Lindell.
The worst offense in the league going up against the best defense in the league? Scobee might as well bring a book to read.