Will Lutz
Saints' Wil Lutz: Nails 57-yard kick
Will Lutz, K, NO
9/27/2016
News: Lutz hit his only field goal attempt - a 57-yard kick - in Monday's loss to the Falcons. He also converted three extra point attempts.

After missing kicks in each of his first two games, Lutz's 57-yard bomb at the end of the first half was huge for his confidence, as well as his job security. Backed by the Saints' high-powered offense, Lutz should continue to be a viable fantasy option and his big leg offers the potential for some high-scoring kicks in fantasy leagues where additional points are awarded for long attempts.

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Caleb Sturgis
Eagles' Caleb Sturgis: Nails two field goals in Week 3
Caleb Sturgis, K, PHI
9/26/2016
News: Sturgis converted both of his field goal attempts and all four of his PATs in the Eagles' 34-3 demolition of the Steelers on Sunday.

Sturgis is now tied for the third in the league in field goals and tied for first in converted PATs. The Eagles are rolling behind rookie QB Carson Wentz, but face a bye in Week 4. However, if Philly can carry its early-season momentum into a Week 5 matchup against the Lions, Sturgis projects to be in line for another solid outing.

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Justin Tucker
Ravens' Justin Tucker: Leads team to victory, yet again
Justin Tucker, K, BAL
9/26/2016
News: Tucker made all four his field-goal attempts and his only PAT in Sunday's win over Jacksonville.

The Ravens seemed oddly content to settle for a long field goal with the game on the line, but it perhaps makes a bit more sense for a team that has one of the best kickers in league history. Given his incredible accuracy and leg strength, Tucker is one of the few kickers that deserves fantasy consideration even if he's attached to a lousy offense. The Baltimore offense seems mediocre more so than bad, which makes Tucker one of the better options at his position. He connected from 54, 43, 42 and 37 yards in Sunday's game, with the longest of those putting the Ravens ahead with 62 seconds remaining.

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Graham Gano
Panthers' Graham Gano: Misses kick against Vikings
Graham Gano, K, CAR
9/26/2016
News: Gano made one of two field goal attempts and his lone extra-point try in Sunday's loss to the Vikings.

Gano's four points comprised 40 percent of Carolina's total Sunday, evidencing the team's struggles on the day. The kicker converted a 48-yard field goal on the Panthers' opening drive, but later hit the right upright on a 54-yard attempt during the second quarter. On the back of that performance, Gano has now made seven of nine field goals and seven of eight extra points this season, giving him 28 points through three games.

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Connor Barth
Bears' Connor Barth: Scores five points Sunday
Connor Barth, K, CHI
9/26/2016
News: Barth connected on a 34-yard field goal and converted a pair of extra point attempts Sunday against the Cowboys.

Barth made his first field goal of the season, and he ended up with five points. With only two field goal attempts over three games, he's not a fantasy option, except in the very deepest of leagues.

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Josh Lambo
Chargers' Josh Lambo: Makes three field goals in loss
Josh Lambo, K, SD
9/26/2016
News: Lambo made all three of his field goals, but did miss one of his two extra-point attempts in the loss to the Colts Sunday.

Lambo has now made six of his seven field-goal attempts, but only one has come in the 40-49 yard range as the Chargers have stalled out frequently near the red zone. Lambo figures to still be a fantasy assest when the Chargers take on the Saints next week.

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Sebastian Janikowski
Raiders' Sebastian Janikowski: Record-breaking Sunday performance
Sebastian Janikowski, K, OAK
9/26/2016
News: Janikowski converted his only field goal attempt from 52 yards to go along with two extra points during Sunday's win over the Titans.

Janikowski netted his 53rd career field goal of 50-or-more yards, breaking the NFL record in his 17th season with the Raiders. The veteran kicker also remained perfect on extra points so far throughout the 2016 regular season as Oakland got their second win in three weeks. After his impressive feat Week 3, he'll look to keep the momentum heading into the team's next tilt versus the Ravens.

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Cody Parkey
Browns' Cody Parkey: Will remain with team
Cody Parkey, K, CLE
9/26/2016
News: Parkey missed three fields against Miami on Sunday, but head coach Hue Jackson said he plans on keeping him on the roster, Mary Kay Cabot of Cleveland.com reports.

Parkey was signed just a day before Sunday's game, so maybe Jackson is giving his kicker the benefit of the doubt for now. But if Parkey continues to fail to put points on the board, Cleveland might be forced to look for alternative options.

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Mason Crosby
Packers' Mason Crosby: Records 10 points in Week 3
Mason Crosby, K, GB
9/26/2016
News: Crosby made two field goals and four extra points in Sunday's victory over the Lions.

Crosby bounced back from a two-point Week 2 performance with his first double-digit point total of 2016. He is perfect on the season, hitting all four of his field goal attempts and all nine of his extra-point opportunities.

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Dustin Hopkins
Redskins' Dustin Hopkins: Perfect in Week 3 win
Dustin Hopkins, K, WAS
9/26/2016
News: Hopkins was 5-for-5 on field goal attempts and 2-for-2 on extra points in Sunday's win over the Giants.

Hopkins had a busy day on Sunday, knocking down five field goals, the longest being from 49 yards out. The 25-year-old remains perfect on the year and has knocked down at least three field goals each game, making him one of the most prized kickers in fantasy leagues.

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