28-Year-Old Punter – Atlanta Falcons
2015 Fantasy Football Outlook
Bosher will once again handle the punting and kickoff duties for the Falcons in 2015....
2015 ADP: –
Bye Week: 10
Matt Bosher Contract Information:
Signed a five-year extension with the Falcons in September of 2014.
Bosher averaged 45.7 yards per punt and kicked a career best 40.3 percent of his punts inside the opponent's 20-yard line.
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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
Bosher will handle the punting duties for the Falcons in 2014.
Bosher will handle the punting and kickoff duties in 2013, while Matt Bryant will take care of field goals and extra points. Bosher will be first up in the event of an injury, but Bryant is the Falcons kicker you want this season.
Bosher will handle the punting and kick-off duties for the Falcons in 2012. For the time being, Matt Bryant will handle the field goal kicking, but if he struggles early Bosher could get a shot. Entering the 2012 season, Bryant should be the Falcons kicker on your team, not Bosher.
Rookie Matt Bosher comes into his first season with the Falcons as an asset with a background in both punting and field goal kicking. It's still uncertain how the Falcons plan to use Bosher in his first year after re-signing Matt Bryant to a four-year deal. Bosher played at the University of Miami where he showcased a strong and relatively accurate leg, as he made 4-of-5 kicks from 50+ range in his career. However, it seems unlikely that the top team in the NFC last season would enter 2011 without a proven kicker on their squad, hence the Bryant re-signing. With that, Bosher will challenge Michael Koenen for the punting duties in 2011. Bosher averaged 44.0 yards per punt during his senior season while Koenen averaged a career-low 40.7 yards per punt. Don't be surprised if Bosher is Atlanta's Week 1 punter.