Fantasy Football Week 11 Kicker Rankings

Kickers to start: David Akers (San Francisco) - Akers has been on fire over his last four games, scoring 45 points and kicking 13 field goals and 6 extra points. San Fran has an easy opponent this week in Arizona.

Dan Bailey (Dallas) - If you have Bailey on your team, than you are probably very satisfied with his production. He has only missed one field goal all season. Bailey has also been hot, scoring 25 points over his last 2 games. Dallas faces Washington which should keep the points rolling in.

Mason Crosby (Green Bay) - Crosby has not missed a kick all season. He faces Tampa this week at home and I think he'll reach double digits in points.

All 28 kickers playing this week are ranked following the jump.

Kickers to avoid: Jay Feely (Arizona) - Feely has struggled this year, along with the Arizona offense. Facing San Francisco this week is a tough matchup. Feely has only connected on 61.5 percent of his field goals.

Steven Hauschka (Seattle) - Hauschka had a great game last week but I don't see that happening this week. He has mostly been scoring in the low single digits and is averaging only 5 points on the road. Seattle is in St. Louis this week.

Player Team Opp.
1. Mason Crosby GB TB
2. David Akers SF ARZ
3. Jason Hanson DET CAR
4. Stephen Gostkowski NE KC
5. Dan Bailey DAL WAS
6. Billy Cundiff BAL CIN
7. Sebastian Janikowski OAK MIN
8. Josh Brown STL SEA
9. Robbie Gould CHI SD
10. Mike Nugent CIN BAL
11. Rob Bironas TEN ATL
12. Olindo Mare CAR DET
13. Matt Bryant ATL TEN
14. Nick Folk NYJ DEN
15. Alex Henery PHI NYG
16. Ryan Longwell MIN OAK
17. Lawrence Tynes NYG PHI
18. Nick Novak SD CHI
19. Dan Carpenter MIA BUF
20. Josh Scobee JAX CLE
21. Dave Rayner BUF MIA
22. Steven Hauschka SEA STL
23. Graham Gano WAS DAL
24. Ryan Succop KC NE
25. Matt Prater DEN NYJ
26. Phil Dawson CLE JAX
27. Connor Barth TB GB
28. Jay Feely ARZ SF

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