Let’s take a look at how I would rank the Top 15 Kickers for Week 16:
- David Akers – Philadelphia Eagles – vs. Minnesota
- David Buehler – Dallas Cowboys – at Arizona
- Josh Brown – St. Louis Rams – vs. San Francisco
- Nate Kaeding – San Diego Chargers – at Cincinnati
- Adam Vinatieri – Indianapolis Colts – at Oakland
- Dan Carpenter – Miami Dolphins – vs. Detroit
- Neil Rackers – Houston Texans – at Denver
- Shaun Suisham – Pittsburgh Steelers – vs. Carolina
- Sebastian Janikowski – Oakland Raiders – vs. Indianapolis
- Matt Bryant – Atlanta Falcons – vs. New Orleans
- Shayne Graham – New England Patriots – at Buffalo
- Josh Scobee – Jacksonville Jaguars – vs. Washington
- Mason Crosby – Green Bay Packers – vs. New York Giants
- Ryan Succop – Kansas City Chiefs – vs. Tennessee
- Billy Cundiff – Baltimore Ravens – at Cleveland
- David Akers continues to lead the way with 30 field goals made, not to mention that his team is a scoring machine allowing him to pick up extra point after extra point. Over the past three weeks alone, he has 12 extra points. Since Week 7 he’s missed just one field goal in 24 attempts. You’ve ridden him this long, there’s no reason to stop now.
- The Cardinals have allowed a league high 37 field goals (the only other teams to allow more than 30 are the Titans and Rams). With David Buehler having connected on 22 field goals, including 10 of at least 40 yards, he’s a great play this week.
- In his last four games Nate Kaeding has gone 10-11 on field goals, making him a solid play this week, especially with the Chargers offense behind him,
- Dan Carpenter leads the league with four field goals of at least 50 yards (on eight attempts). Couple that with his 28 field goals made overall and you have a solid play in all formats.
What are your thoughts on these rankings? Whose too high? Whose too low?
Make sure to check out the rest of our Week 16 Rankings:
- Top 25 Quarterbacks
- Top 40 Running Backs
- Top 60 Wide Receivers
- Top 20 Tight Ends
- Top 15 Defenses
- Waiver Worthy
- Start ‘Em or Sit ‘Em
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