David Akers - Led the league in field goal attempts last year with 52! That is 11 more than the second highest attempt. Also, Akers lead the league with kicks 50 or greater posting 7 out of 9 attempts! I see no reason why he can't replicate or better last years numbers. Recently tying the NFL record of 63 yard long field goal.
Stephen Gostkowski - Benefiting from an explosive New England Patriot offense and a reliable leg, Gostkowski continues to be among the league's best. He had eight double digit games last year with a high of 15 fantasy points.
Mason Crosby - Lead the league with 68 out of 69 extra points last season. While he ranked only 20th in field goal attempts, the Green Bay Packer offense offers plenty of chances for a field goal try.
Sebastian Janikowski - Put up some monster games last year! Boasting 17, 20, and 23 point fantasy football games in 2011. Carson Palmer has to get better right?
Dan Bailey - America's team hopes to expand on Bailey's 32 of 36 rookie debut.
Mike Nugent - Mr.33! 33 field goals and extra points last season.
Garrett Hartley - I expect him to regain the job in New Orleans but with aftermath of the Saints' bounty program, I see fewer attempts in his future.
Jason Hanson- 20 years in the league and aided by an explosive Lion offense bodes well for this strong legged vet. Hanson is one, if not the league's best outside of 50 yards.
Rob Bironas - Only kicked 2 or more field goals in eight games in 2011. Chris Johnson should return this season in better form and hopefully result in more field goals for Rob Bironas.
Josh Scobee - Ranking 27th last season in attempts draws caution. But I am going on a hunch and predicting the revamped Jaguar offense to be more efficient (ie. Justin Blackmon) in gaining yards while still struggling to score touchdowns. This will result in huge games for Scobee who kicked a very efficient 93% last season tied for first in the league among kickers with 20 or more attempts.
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