Playing at home against a solid defense, Zuerlein could be in for a big night.
Bailey had a quiet day, making a 19-yard field goal and missing his other attempt from 35 yards. He's still a guy I'd start confidently every week, though.
Houston's defense did a great job limiting the Ravens to field goals last week, something Hauschka's owners are no doubt hoping for on Sunday.
Prater has been busy this year, and the thin air of Denver certainly provides a great environment. He's a weekly starter.
Hartley made his only field goal attempt last week. Against a strong Miami defense, he'll have more opportunity.
Vinatieri connected from 43 and 41 last week, but missed a 51-yarder. His leg isn't what it once was.
Lindell made one of his two field goal attempts, his only scoring for the day. He's simply not a reliable fantasy kicker.
Succop drilled four field goals last week and is in for another big fantasy game against the Giants.
Nugent missed his only field goal attempt and had an extra point blocked last week. Not the best day at the office.
Gould made a pair of field goals last week, but he did have an extra point blocked.
Janikowski didn't get a chance to attempt a field goal last week, but that should change against Washington.
Bryant went 3-for-4 last week, and he should have a nice day in the friendly confines of the Georgia Dome on Sunday.
It was a quiet day for Dawson last week, attempting just the one PAT. He should enjoy the indoor environment in St. Louis.
The inability of the Baltimore offense to sustain drives in Houston's territory last week resulted in a huge game for Tucker.
Sturgis drilled two field goals last week, including another 50-yarder, his second from at least that distance this year.
Bullock made all three of his field goal attempts last week and could be in for another nice day against a strong defense.
Bironas made two of this three field goal attempts last week. I like my kickers to be tied to better offenses than Tennessee's.
Feely had a boring day last week, attempting all of one extra point. You should be able to find a better option.
Akers made both of his field goal attempts last week and is the kind of guy you can count on as a regular stater.
Suisham made three field goals against the Bears last week, making him a perfect 4-for-4 on the year.
Gostkowski had a big week against Tampa Bay, drilling three field goals. He has had three attempts each game this year, connecting on eight of them.
The Bills simply don't do enough scoring to consider Carpenter in fantasy leagues.
All things considered, five points out of Scobee in a game against the Seahawks wasn't bad at all.
Walsh made both of his field goals last week and remains perfect on the season. He's as reliable as they come.
Novak made one of his two field goal attempts a week ago, and I wouldn't trust him at this point.
Cundiff had to leave last week's game with a calf injury, but he's expected to play against the Bengals on Sunday.
Folk made both of his field goal attempts last week, and is now 6-for-6 on the season. I wouldn't recommend a kicker tied to this offense, though.
Henery went 1-for-2 last week, making a 29-yarder. While it's nice to have a kicker in a good offense, I don't see him getting much of a chance this week.
Forbath missed his second straight game with a groin injury, but Washington is hopeful he'll be back this week.
The Giants offense has underperformed this year, and at this point Brown should not be considered in fantasy leagues.