It’s hard to predict kicker stats. More so I believe than any other fantasy football position. There are so many factors at play that statistics such as “field goals allowed” do not account for. According to the following stats Ryan Succup of the Chiefs and Shaun Suisham should have a good shot at 2 or more field goals, but if you look deeper both could struggle to even get attempts. The Steelers are without their starting quarterback and committed 8 turnovers last week, eliminating field position and possible scores. The Chiefs quarterback play is just plain terrible.
But there are a few great matchups that ITRZ likes and the stats will backup.
Phil Dawson of the Cleveland Browns is unheralded. Their offense loves to run the football and throw conservatively. He has a great matchup against the defensively challenged Oakland Raiders, who have given up 23 field goals.
Ryan Lindell had four field goals in week 11 at home against Miami. In an effort to keep their creaky defense off the field and limit Ryan Fitzpatrick interceptions, the Bills have run the football more (so much Stevie Johnson is complaining) recently. He has a great matchup against the Jacksonville Jaguars, who have given up 26 field goals.
Other notable names that should get 2 or more field goals: Stephen Gostkowski, Jason Hanson, and Adam Vinatieri. Each kicker faces a team that has allowed 23 or more FGs.
NFL Teams field goals allowed
Current High – Carolina Panthers 30 field goals allowed
Current Low – Two tied at 14 field goals allowed
BUFFALO BILLS allowed 13 FGs
MIAMI DOLPHINS allowed 24 FGs
NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS allowed 13 FGs
NEW YORK JETS allowed 17 FGs
BALTIMORE RAVENS allowed 26 FGs
CINCINATTI BENGALS allowed 19 FGs
PITTSBURGH STEELERS allowed 15 FGs
CLEVELAND BROWNS allowed 15 FGs
HOUSTON TEXANS allowed 16 FG
INDIANAPOLIS COLTS allowed 15 FGs
JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS allowed 26 FGs
TENNESSEE TITANS allowed 23 FGs
DENVER BRONCOS allowed 15 FGs
SAN DIEGO CHARGERS allowed 14 FGs
KANSAS CITY CHIEFS allowed 21 FGs
OAKLAND RAIDERS allowed 23 FGs
PHILADELPHIA EAGLES allowed 22 FGs
WASHINGTON REDSKINS allowed 22 FGs
DALLAS COWBOYS allowed 20 FGs
NEW YORK GIANTS allowed 17 FGs
GREEN BAY PACKERS allowed 19 FGs
MINNESOTA VIKINGS allowed 18 FGs
CHICAGO BEARS allowed 19 FG
DETROIT LIONS allowed 23 FGs
ATLANTA FALCONS allowed 16 FGs
NEW ORLEANS SAINTS allowed 19 FGs
TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS allowed 14 FGs
CAROLINA PANTHERS allowed 30 FGs
ARIZONA CARDINALS allowed 17 FGs
ST. LOUIS RAMS allowed 17 FGs
SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS allowed 14 FGs
SEATTLE SEAHAWKS allowed 17 FGs