The eight-year veteran is one of the steadiest kickers in the league, which makes him a huge asset for any fantasy team. His leg is both accurate (he's converted 85.1% of his field-goal attempts over the last three years) and strong (5 for 8 on attempts of at least 50 yards in that period). In fact, the only drawback with Akers might be that the Philadelphia offense has become more explosive in recent years; that big-play capability sometimes eliminates the need for a field-goal try. But that's not a good enough reason to pass on Akers, a three-time Pro Bowl selection. No matter how efficiently quarterback Donovan McNabb and wideout Terrell Owens operate--and remember, the disgruntled Owens might not be around when the season starts-- Akers remains a can't-miss talent who is good for at least five or six points a game.