McManus later hit a 50-yard field goal that was nullified by a Dallas penalty, so there's hope that McManus doesn't have a case of the yips. That said, the Kid has missed two of his first three official field goal attempts to start the season after inking a lucrative extension. His reputation is that of a fantasy starter, but keep McManus on a short leash in the coming weeks.
The veteran kicker delivered as expected, providing a tangible reminder of why he quickly prevailed in the preseason kicking competition between him and Roberto Aguayo. Folk showed impressive leg on second-quarter 50-yarder and a missed extra-point attempt following Robert McClain's pick-six served as his only blemish on the day. Folk appears primed for plenty of scoring opportunities this season due to the Bucs' improved offense.
Parkey converted a clutch 54-yard kick with 1:10 remaining in the fourth quarter to give the Dolphins the lead for good. It was a fantastic start to the season for the 25-year-old, which he will hope to continue against the Jets in Week 3.
After missing a 46-yard field goal, his lone attempt, in the team's season opener, Hauschka converted on a 45-yard kick in Week 2. He is now 1-of-2 on the season and will look for more opportunities in Sunday's contest against Broncos.
Gonzalez is perfect on the year, hitting both of his field-goal attempts during the first two weeks of the season. However, with Cleveland's inept offense, his chances will be slim, making him an untrustworthy fantasy option.
Catanzaro continued his hot start to the year Sunday. Although the Jets don't figure to put up a lot of points this season, Catanzaro seems like a reliable three points once the team gets him in position.
Succop converted field goals from 40, 41 and 26 yards, which were the only points the Titans scored until Derrick Henry's touchdown run midway through the third quarter. The 31-year-old is already six for seven on field goal attempts this season, with the lone miss coming from 52 yards out.
Tavecchio remained perfect through the first two weeks of his NFL career as he converted on all seven of his overall attempts in Week 2. His total fantasy production took a slight hit with the Raiders finding the end zone six times against a struggling Jets defense, essentially reducing what could have been additional field-goal opportunites for Tavecchio. Oakland is slated to face a tougher test on the road against the Redskins in Week 3, while Tavecchio looks to maintain his recent success.
While the Cowboys offense mostly struggled, Bailey did well with his limited opportunities in the thin Denver air. He's perfect through two games to begin the season, but he'll need a better performance from Ezekiel Elliott and Dak Prescott to post better numbers next week in Arizona.
It's been a brutal two-week stretch for Koo, who had his game-tying field goal blocked in Week 1 against the Broncos, only to miss a game-winning field the next week against the Dolphins. In total, Koo has now missed three of his four field-goal attempts to start his career and figures to be on a short leash should his struggles continue to bleed further into the regular season.