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Ryan Succop

31-Year-Old Kicker – Tennessee Titans

2017 Kicking Stats

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26

FGA

32

FG%

81.3

50+

1

XP

27

2017 Kicking Projections

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50+

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2017 Fantasy Football Outlook

Succop's career-high 91.7 field-goal percentage ranked third in the league last season, but his 24 attempts ranked 26th. And while the Titans' offense gave him 41 PAT tries (11th), the few field-goal ...

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2017 ADP:  340

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HT: 6' 2"   WT: 218   DOB: 9/19/1986  College: South Carolina  DRAFTED: 7th Rd   Show ContractHide Contract

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Ryan Succop Contract Information:

Re-signed with the Titans on a three-year, $7.2 million contract in March of 2015.

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Succop missed his lone field-goal attempt while converting an extra point in Sunday's 12-7 loss to Arizona.

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Ryan Succop NFL Stats
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Ryan Succop: Past News Updates   ( ▲ View most recent update )

Succop converted one of two field-goal attempts while making a trio of extra points in Sunday's 24-13 win over Houston.

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Succop made field goals of 29 and 45 yards to go with a pair of extra points in Sunday's 20-16 win over the Colts.

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Succop was successful from 44 yards out, but he misfired from 48 while converting both of his extra-point attempts in Thursday's 40-17 loss at Pittsburgh.

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Succop converted one of two field-goal attempts and all three extra-point tries in Sunday's 24-20 win over the Bengals.

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Succop made his lone field-goal try from 48 yards out while converting two of three extra-point attempts in Sunday's 23-20 win over the Ravens.

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Succop converted four of five field-goal tries -- including the 47-yard game-winner -- in Sunday's 12-9 overtime win at Cleveland.

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Succop made all five of his field goal attempts in addition to a trio of extra points in Monday's 36-22 win over the Colts.

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Succop made his lone field-goal try from 45 yards out and converted an extra-point attempt in Sunday's 16-10 loss to Miami.

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Succop made both of his extra-point attempts and didn't attempt a field goal in Sunday's 57-14 loss to Houston.

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Succop made all four of his field-goal attempts along with three extra points in Sunday's 33-27 win over the Seahawks.

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Succop connected on three field goals and four extra points in Sunday's victory over the Jaguars.

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Succop converted three of four field goals and made his lone extra point in Sunday's 26-16 Week 1 loss to the Raiders.

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Succop missed his lone field goal attempt from 40 yards and converted an extra point in Sunday's 19-7 preseason Week 3 loss to the Bears.

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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks

2017

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2016

The Titans' kicking game has been arguably the worst in the NFL over the past two seasons, as it has accounted for only 155 points in the two years combined (for reference, Stephen Gostkowski scored 151 points last season alone). Succop's accuracy hasn't been much of an issue, as he's hit 86.8 percent of his field-goal attempts during that span, but the lack of opportunities has been staggering; there were seven games last season in which Succop didn't attempt a single field goal, with four others in which he had just one. In fact, he had 11 games the year before with just one or no attempts. The Titans added a few key offensive pieces during the offseason, but the team will have to take a dramatic leap for Succop to become a reasonably playable fantasy option.

2015

Twenty-seven kickers had more field-goal attempts than Succop last season, while 25 had more PATs. The Titans finished 30th in points, converting only 48.7 percent of red-zone opportunities (25th), while penetrating the 20-yard line just 2.4 times per game (27th). The major change in the offense this season is second-overall pick Marcus Mariota at quarterback. How he fares remains to be seen, though. In the likeliest scenario, the Titans will struggle again, leaving little upside for Succop.

2014

Steady quarterbacking from Alex Smith and an opportunistic defense helped Succop to 52 PATs, the third-highest total in the NFL. That still wasnít enough to vault Succop into the top-tier of kickers, as the Chiefsí high red-zone success rate left room for just 28 field goal attempts, the second-lowest total of his career. A subpar 78.6 percent conversion rate capped Succop at 118 points, a career-best, but by no means elite fantasy production. Succop doesnít have much ability from distance (1-for-4 from 50-plus in 2013), but he'll now have a chance to kick behind the Titans' offense, after catching on with the team in September.

2013

Succop connected on a career-high 28 field goals in his fourth NFL season, putting him roughly in the middle of the pack in that category. Unfortunately, a Chiefs offense that ranked dead last in red-zone scoring afforded Succop just 17 PATs, last among qualifying kickers. With the offseason acquisition of Alex Smith as well as the hiring of a respected offensive mind in coach Andy Reid, the Chiefs figure to score more touchdowns in 2013, so expect at least modest improvement for Succop this year.

2012

Injuries decimated the Kansas City offense last season, and the teamís scoring slumped accordingly, ranking 31st in the league. The NFLís worst red-zone offense (75-percent scoring efficiency) did little to aid Succop Ė his 20 PATs were the second fewest among full-time kickers. The Chiefs have never treated Succop well when it comes to field goals. In fact, last seasonís 30 attempts were the most of his three-year career. The Chiefs will have Jamaal Charles back this season, however, something that could give the offense a small lift.

2011

The Chiefs enjoyed major offensive improvement in 2010, increasing their touchdowns from 31 to 44 and their scoring by 4.5 points per game. Matt Cassel had an excellent 27-to-7 touchdown-to-interception ratio while the Chiefs running game, led by Jamaal Charles, paced the league in rushing. That didn't mean great things for the second-year kicker, though. Succup was nothing more than an average fantasy kicker, scoring just 102 points. The most glaring problem was a below-average number of field-goal attempts (26 in 16 games). Succup compounded the problem by only converting 76.9 percent, fifth lowest among full-time kickers. Among those who played 16 games, only two kickers made fewer than Succup's 20 field goals last season. Field-goal opportunities could continue to be a problem as the Chiefs posted a solid 59.6-percent red-zone touchdown clip, a trend that has produced less than 30 field-goal attempts each of the last four seasons for the Chiefs. Succup is 3-of-8 on 50-yard field goals in his two NFL seasons. The schedule does him no favors, either, as the team's last eight games are at cold-weather sites.

2010

Succop had a successful rookie season for the Chiefs, missing just one kick inside of 50 yards. He scored 104 points, an impressive total considering the Chiefs offered him just 29 PATs (22nd in the league) and that the team had just 79 kicker points in 2008. Look for the offense to improve this season with new coordinator Charlie Weis and the addition of Thomas Jones in the backfield to team with the emerging Jamaal Charles. Matt Cassel struggled in his first season as the Chiefs starter, but he should improve, at least somewhat, this year, as well. The Chiefs havenít been relevant at the kicking position since 2005, but Succop might be able to reverse that trend to a degree in 2010.

2009

Succop, also known as Mr. Irrelevant in the 2009 NFL Draft, will compete with incumbent kicker Connor Barth in training camp. The former Lou Grouza Award semifinalist has a strong leg, but has struggled at times with his accuracy, hitting just 20 of 30 attempts as a senior (although an abdominal injury could have been a culprit). Scoring opportunities were scarce for Chiefs kickers last season, and even with the expected offensive upgrade fueled by Todd Haley and Matt Cassel, the Kansas City kicker wonít be an attractive fantasy option.