Fantasy Football 2011: Week 10 Kicker Rankings

Place kicker David Akers #2 of the San Francisco 49ers is our #2 ranked kicker for Week 10. (Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images)

Kickers to start: Mason Crosby (Green Bay) - Crosby is having a great year. He hasn't missed an extra point or field goal and the offense keeps feeding him points.

Nick Novak (San Diego) - Novak has done a great job, filling in for Nate Kaeding. He has only missed one field goal and San Diego's offensive struggles have helped him score more points.


All 32 kickers ranked following the jump.

Kickers to avoid: Dave Rayner (Buffalo) - Rayner will be stepping into a part-time job, since Rian Lindell is injured. His first week out might be rough and Buffalo is facing Dallas.

Graham Gano (Washington) - The Washington offense has been really terrible and that has resulted in Gano scoring only 3 points in the last two games.

Adam Vinatieri (Indianapolis) - Another kicker who has been hampered by his offense is Vinatieri. He has only scored 6 points in his last three games. I know Indianapolis might win this game but I still think Vinatieri will score only 5 or 6 points.

Player Team Opp.
1. Mason Crosby GB MIN
2. David Akers SF NYG
3. Billy Cundiff BAL SEA
4. Alex Henery PHI ARZ
5. Robbie Gould CHI DET
6. Neil Rackers HOU TB
7. Matt Bryant ATL NO
8. Sebastian Janikowski OAK SD
9. Ryan Succop KC DEN
10. Nick Novak SD OAK
11. Nick Folk NYJ NE
12. Dan Bailey DAL BUF
13. Mike Nugent CIN PIT
14. Rob Bironas TEN CAR
15. John Kasay NO ATL
16. Jason Hanson DET CHI
17. Josh Scobee JAX IND
18. Dan Carpenter MIA WAS
19. Ryan Longwell MIN GB
20. Stephen Gostkowski NE NYJ
21. Shaun Suisham PIT CIN
22. Olindo Mare CAR TEN
23. Graham Gano WAS MIA
24. Connor Barth TB HOU
25. Steven Hauschka SEA BAL
26. Jay Feely ARZ PHI
27. Matt Prater DEN KC
28. Phil Dawson CLE STL
29. Lawrence Tynes NYG SF
30. Dave Rayner BUF DAL
31. Josh Brown STL CLE
32. Adam Vinatieri IND JAX

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