1.  
Fields Goals Made
32
Extra Points Made
51
Gostkowski rebounded from a disappointing 2016 to finish last season as a top-five fantasy scorer among kickers for a ninth time in the last 11 years. He's responsible for five of the top 18 spots on the NFL's single-season points list, with each of those campaigns occuring in the last six years. Still attached to Tom Brady and still reliable from in close, Gostkowski offers the position's best mix of floor and ceiling.
2.  
K  LAR
Fields Goals Made
33
Extra Points Made
46
Prior to suffering a herniated disc, Zuerlein was headed for the single-season kicker points record, both in real-life and fantasy terms. He's called "Greg the Leg" for good reason, but his career conversion rate on field goals is still only 82.9 percent after the near-perfect season. Zuerlein made a recovery from his back injury for the start of training camp, but he's likely to experience accuracy regression, and the Rams should turn some of those FGs into TDs.
3.  
K  BAL
Fields Goals Made
34
Extra Points Made
38
Tucker is a true anomaly, particularly in the realm of fantasy football. Despite spending his entire career on teams with mediocre or subpar offenses, he's never finished worse than ninth at his position in fantasy points, thanks to career hit rates of 70.2 percent from 50-plus yards and 90.7 percent from 40-49. Tucker is the best kicker in NFL history, and the Ravens create turnovers to make up for their poor offense.
4.  
Fields Goals Made
32
Extra Points Made
43
Selected by Carolina at the end of last year's draft, Butker lost a camp battle to Graham Gano, then tied for sixth place on the NFL's single-season FGs list after making his pro debut in Week 4 for the Chiefs. It was the perfect storm of accurate kicking combined with an offense that ranked fifth in yards but 29th in red-zone TD percentage. Regression is almost inevitable, but the Chiefs still figure to move the ball.
5.  
K  PHI
Fields Goals Made
30
Extra Points Made
45
Selected by Cincinnati in Round 5 of the 2017 draft, Elliott lost a camp battle to Randy Bullock, then caught on in Philly after Caleb Sturgis was injured Week 1. The youngster made 17 of 19 tries from 40 or more yards in 15 games, but he did miss three in the 30-39 range, then shanked two PATs (but was perfect on field goals) during the playoffs. He didn't get many chip shots on a team ranked No. 2 in red-zone TD rate.
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