Zuerlein is 6-for-6 on the season, and the Rams should have plenty of scoring opportunities this week.
The Broncos are sometimes too good for Prater, but he should be started with confidence every week.
Henery made two of his three field goal attempts last week and has already missed three field goals this year, all from within 50 yards.
Dawson missed two field goals last week. I'm betting he gets back on track against the Texans.
The Chiefs look like the perfect team for a fantasy kicker. They're very good, giving Succop plenty of opportunity, but not the type of offensive juggernaut that is going to score touchdowns left and right.
Hauschka was 3-for-3 on field goals last week and has made all eight of his attempts this season. Playing inside the dome in Indy won't hurt.
Janikowski missed his only field goal attempt last week, but I like this matchup for him and the Raiders.
If Crosby's owner cut him because he was on a bye last week (a totally justifiable thing to do), go ahead and grab him for the rest of the season.
Carpenter made three field goals last week, none from longer than 27 yards. I like his chances with Buffalo facing a strong Cleveland defense.
Sturgis made his only field goal attempt last week, and is now a perfect 7-for-7 on the year. He's a guy you can trust every week.
Gould made all three of his field goal attempts last week and is a perfect 7-for-7 on the year. The way the Saints defense has been playing, he should get some more opportunites this weekend.
Bryant knocked through three field goals against the Patriots and should be started every week.
Cundiff played through a slight calf injury last week and should be good to go against the Bills. Keep tabs on the inactives and dump him if need be.
Vinatieri made all three of his field goal attempts last week, and could be in for a nice day against a defense that doesn't surrender touchdowns easily.
Gostkowski went 3-for-3 on field goals last week, including makes from 48 and 49 yards.
Gano has just four field goal attempts this season and shouldn't be counted on as a fantasy starter.
Bailey is a reliable guy who you should start every week, but there's a chance he doesn't do much this week if the Cowboys fall way behind early and are forced to pass up field goal attempts.
With Houston's offense not exactly operating at peak level, Bullock shouldn't be considered in fantasy leagues in matchups like this one.
Scobee made a 53-yard field goal last week in what might be the highlight of the Jaguars' season to date.
Brown has a total of one point in the last two weeks. It's hard to trust him as a fantasy option.
Bironas had just one field goal attempt last week, a chippy from 26 yards out. I don't like this matchup for him either.
Akers had a monster day for a kicker, making all four of his field goals and four extra points. It'll be a quieter day against the Packers.
Hartley made one of his two field goal attempts last week. The Bears defense has done a good job in the red zone, which could mean big things for him this week.
Nugent bounced back last week, making both of his field goal attempts.
Tucker made two more field goals last week, and is now 7-of-9 on the season. He'll be a lot more dangerous if Flacco doesn't turn the ball over.
Novak made all three of his field goal attempts last week, but I think San Diego could struggle in Oakland.
This offense is way too inconsistent to trust Folk as a fantasy kicker.
Feely made both of his field goal attempts last week, but I don't think this is a week where you'll want him active.