Fantasy Football Week 14 Kicker Rankings


Kickers to start: David Akers (San Francisco) - Akers continues to have a very good season. Last week against St. Louis he scored 14 points. He faces Arizona for the second time this season. In the first game he scored 11 points with the potential for 20 because he missed three field goals.

Billy Cundiff (Baltimore) - He hasn't been having the best season but Billy Cundiff should have a great week as the Ravens are facing Indianapolis. I think he'll score at least 9 points on Sunday.

All 32 kickers ranked following the jump.


Kickers to avoid: Jay Feely (Arizona) - Arizona was held to only 7 points in their first matchup with San Francisco, which meant Feely only scored 1 point. The San Francisco defense will dominate them again, which does not bode well for Feely's chances.

Lawrence Tynes (New York Giants) - Tynes is below the league average in both points and field goal percentage. The Dallas defense has been playing pretty well and I think that will affect the amount of points Tynes will get.

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

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