33-Year-Old Punter – San Diego Chargers
2013 Fantasy Football Outlook
Scifres will again serve as one of the better punters in the league this season....
2013 ADP: –
Bye Week: 8
Mike Scifres Contract Information:
Agreed to a five-year extension with the Chargers in September of 2011, worth $18 million with $9 million guaranteed.
Scifres has had an excellent preseason punting the ball, and the second year player is looking forward to remaining consistent when the games count for real, the San Diego Union Tribune reports.
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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
Scifres returns in 2012 as one of the most reliable punters in the league.
Scifres is one of the best punters in the league and will continue to do his thing for San Diego in 2011.
Scifres remains one of the best punters in the league. He averaged 45 yards per punt in 2009 and remarkably had only two touch backs on the season.
Scifres has been one of the best punters in the NFL over the last few seasons, consistently pinning opponents inside their own 20 and rarely allowing many return yards.
Scifres is considered one of the top punters in pro football as he specializes in high kicks that are rarely returned and has a knack for pinning opponents inside the 20.
Scifres has been a wonderfully dependable punter for San Diego over his three seasons as a starter. He has averaged a stellar 38 net yards per punt over that time frame.
Scifres is a very reliable punter and combined with a tough San Diego defense should help to control field position for the Bolts all year long.
Scifres was one of the best in the league last year, and he will look to keep it going in 2005.
Scifres will assume the primary punting responsibilities in 2004 after a stellar preseason.
Rookie will have a hard time beating out Darren Bennett for the San Diego punting job.