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Garrett Hartley

28-Year-Old Kicker – Free Agent

2013 Kicking Stats

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22

FGA

30

FG%

73.3

50+

1

XP

41

2014 Kicking Projections

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2014 Fantasy Football Outlook

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Released by the Saints in December of 2013.

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Hartley was released by the Saints on Tuesday, Mike Triplett of ESPN.com reports.

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Garrett Hartley NFL Stats
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Year Age Team G FGM FGA FG % FGM FGA FG % FGM FGA FG % FGM FGA FG % FGM FGA FG % XPM XPA XP %
2008 22 8 13 13 100.0% - - - - - - - - - - - - 28 28 100.0%
2009 23 5 9 11 81.8% 4 4 100.0% 5 6 83.3% 0 0 0.0% 0 1 0.0% 10 11 90.9%
2010 24 NO 14 20 25 80.0% 4 6 66.7% 7 9 77.8% 6 7 85.7% 2 2 100.0% 40 40 100.0%
2012 26 NO 16 18 22 81.8% 9 9 100.0% 4 6 66.7% 2 3 66.7% 3 4 75.0% 57 57 100.0%
2013 27 NO 14 22 30 73.3% 5 6 83.3% 5 8 62.5% 9 13 69.2% 1 1 100.0% 41 41 100.0%
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Age is determined on September 1st of each season.

Garrett Hartley Fantasy/Red Zone Stats
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Year Age Team G Standard PPR 0.5 PPR Total Points Points/Game
2008 22 8 --- 67 8
2009 23 5 7.4 7.4 7.4 37 7
2010 24 NO 14 7.9 7.9 7.9 100 7
2012 26 NO 16 7.4 7.4 7.4 111 7
2013 27 NO 14 8.4 8.4 8.4 107 8
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Garrett Hartley – Playing Time Overview

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Snap Count Stats

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Offensive Snaps in 2013

Garrett Hartley was on the field for 0 of his team's snaps on offense in 2013.

73

Special Teams Snaps in 2013

Garrett Hartley was on the field for 73 of his team's snaps on special teams in 2013.

Year Off ST
2012 0 85
2013 0 73

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Garrett Hartley 2013 Game Log
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Garrett Hartley: Past News Updates   ( ▲ View most recent update )

Hartley made only one of his three field goal attempts, a 45-yard kick, in Sunday's loss to the Rams. He also converted on his extra point try.

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Hartley made his only field goal attempt, a 19-yard kick, and added four extra points in Sunday's win against the Panthers.

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After being held to only a single point in Seattle in Week 13, Hartley was granted the opportunity to put the ball through the uprights on more than one occasion Sunday. The problem, however, was that most of his kicks were of the extra-point variety, as the Saints' offense scored touchdowns on four of their five red-zone trips. Still, there's little reason to believe the offense won't continue to roll next week against a Rams defense that gave up 30 points to Arizona in Week 14, making Hartley a solid option to put up points behind Drew Brees, et al.
Hartley kicked a single extra point in Monday's loss to the Seahawks.

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After missing four of his last six field goal attempts, Hartley was a perfect 3-for-3 on field goals in Sunday's win against the 49ers, including splitting the uprights on a 31-yard try as the clock expired. He also made kicks of 21 and 42 yards, while adding two extra points.

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During the week, the Saints brought in some kicking competition during practice, as Hartley had really struggled in preceding weeks. Nevertheless, he responded in a big way Sunday, with three clutch fourth-quarter kicks, as the Saints came from behind for the victory. Hartley may not be the most accurate kicker in the game, but the performance likely solidified his spot as the Saints' kicker going forward, and he should continue to see enough attempts behind the Saints' dominant offense to warrant heavy consideration in most leagues.
After starting the year 14-of-16 on his field goal attempts, Hartley is only 2-for-6 over the last three games. On Tuesday, the Saints worked out several kickers, including veterans Neil Rackers and Shane Graham, reports the New Orleans Times-Picayune.

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The Saints preemptive action should come as no surprise given Hartley's recent struggles. While it remains unlikely the Saints would replace Hartley this week, we will continue to keep tabs on the situation. Despite his recent struggles, as long as he keeps the starting job for the Saints, Hartley retains solid value backed by the Saints' explosive offense.
Hartley converted all seven of his extra point attempts but missed his only field goal attempt -- a 37-yard kick -- in Sunday's win against the Cowboys.

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Hartley made kicks of 55 and 43 yards, as well as two extra points, but missed a 43-yard attempt in the first quarter of Sunday's loss to the Jets.

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Hartley converted all five of his extra point attempts but missed two field goals from 38 and 47 yards away in Sunday's win against the Bills.

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Hartley was perfect in Sunday's loss in New England, connecting on both of his field goal attempts and all three of his extra point tries.

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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks

2014

There was no outlook written for Garrett Hartley.

2013

Kicking for an offensive juggernaut like the Saints has been a double-edged sword for Hartley over his career. While his 57 PATs last season ranked second among kickers, the Saints' league-leading red-zone proficiency resulted in just 22 field-goal opportunities for Hartley. With most of the team's key offensive players returning in 2013, expect more of the same for Hartley, a career 84.5-percent kicker who made 3-of-4 from long range last season.

2012

A four-game suspension in 2009, accuracy issues in 2010 and a hip injury in 2011 have prevented Hartley from taking control of the Saints’ kicking duties. In Hartley’s absence last season, the Saints relied on 42-year-old John Kasay, who finished second in the NFL in points at 147. At this stage of their respective careers, the younger Hartley is probably the better kicker. Because of the offseason shakeup of the Saints coaching staff and the re-signing of Kasay, which the Saints say was not merely for “insurance,” Hartley is a bit of a risk. He’s the favorite to win the job in training camp, but whoever claims the position figures to be one of the top fantasy kickers as the Saints offense was every bit as excellent as that of the Patriots and Packers last season – its 75 red-zone drives led the league.

2011

New Orleans' offense predictably slowed last year after its league-leading 31.9 points per game during its Super Bowl season. But the Saints' drop to 24.3 points per game wasn't Hartley's only problem. Hartley missed five field goals (20-of-25), including four inside 40 yards, which helped him lose his job for two weeks early in the season to free-agent John Carney. Sitting those two games cost him six attempts, though a half dozen extra would have only vaulted him to ninth in attempts, largely because the Saints offense is so proficient. The Saints have averaged more than 28 points per game the last three seasons, but less than 4.5 points per game (69 field goals in 48 games) have come via field goal. And last season, the Saints scored 31 red-zone touchdowns, seventh most in the NFL. After signing a five-year contract in March, Hartley won't have to worry about Carney this season. And Hartley made his final 13 field goals last season, including three in the playoffs. Plus, the Saints should continue to provide plenty of PATs (43 last year, sixth in the league). Kicking in a dome only helps his status, as does a favorable late-season schedule that places the Saints indoors for six of the last seven games. Hartley only attempted two kicks beyond 50 yards, but he made them both.

2010

Suspended the first four games of last season, Hartley didn’t become the Saints’ fulltime kicker until late last year, finally taking the job in December from John Carney, who kicked in the first 11 games. The pair combined for 126 points, which ranked fifth among kickers last season, with Hartley making 9-of-11 field goals. Hartley won’t have to share this season, which gives him great value kicking for perhaps the league’s most explosive offense. The Saints scored 63 touchdowns in 2009. And if their 61.3 red-zone TD percentage (fourth in NFL) doesn’t hold, that’ll just mean more field goals for Hartley.

The third-year kicker should have a world of confidence after his game-winning boot in the NFC Championship game last season and his three kicks of 40-plus in the Super Bowl, which set a record. With Drew Brees and company, Hartley should be a safe bet to put up outstanding fantasy numbers in 2010. Kicking in a dome only helps, but Hartley does have two potential bad weather games in Cincinnati and Baltimore in December where opposing kickers were just 2-of-4 in four late-season games in 2009.

2009

Hartley scored 67 points last season in just eight games after winning the kicking job when Martin Gramatica went on IR with a groin injury. The undrafted rookie was perfect on 13 field goals and 28 PATs. We’re left wondering just how much leg he has, though, as he attempted only two field goals over 45 yards, the longest of which was 47. The Saints led the league in points, total yards and passing yards last season and should be productive again this season, giving Hartley a chance for a big year.

2008

Hartley was brought in to compete for the kicking job with Matt Prater, but all indications appear to show the job will remain with Prater.