1.  
K  BAL
Fields Goals Made
31
Extra Points Made
50
The only thing working against Tucker is his team's penchant for going for it on fourth down, particularly in the red zone. That might be enough to resign a lesser kicker to fantasy irrelevance, but Tucker is the best to ever do it, converting 90.7 percent of field-goal attempts through nine seasons. While his production has shifted away from FGs and toward PATs the last couple years, Tucker still offers a rock-solid floor.
2.  
K  BUF
Fields Goals Made
30
Extra Points Made
50
A sixth-round pick last year, Bass defeated Stephen Hauschka in a summer job battle and ultimately finished fourth among kickers in fantasy scoring. The rookie made four of six kicks from 50-plus yards and eight of nine in the 40-49 range, answering any questions about leg strength in the process. Assuming he holds up his end of the bargain, Bass is set up for long-term relevance as a reliable kicker on a top AFC contender.
3.  
Fields Goals Made
28
Extra Points Made
53
Butker slid to ninth in kicker fantasy scoring last season, down from third and first in the first two years of the Patrick Mahomes era. He missed six PATs but only two field goals, with his dip in production caused by reduced opportunity rather than poor performance. Part of the issue was Butker's team scoring so many long TDs, but that's a minor hassle compared to all the benefits of playing on a team with Mahomes.
4.  
K  ATL
Fields Goals Made
32
Extra Points Made
39
Perhaps best known for his prowess on onside kicks, Koo has also been excellent at the main part of his job, leading all kickers in fantasy points since he took over in Atlanta midway through the 2019 season. He's converted 60 of 65 field-goal attempts in a Falcons uniform, including each of his nine tries from 50-plus yards. An NFC South schedule doesn't hurt, especially with the Falcons playing under a retractable roof.
5.  
K  DAL
Fields Goals Made
31
Extra Points Made
41
We figured Zuerlein would kick a ton of extra points his first season in Dallas, but he instead led the league in field-goal attempts, as the Cowboys struggled to convert scoring chances into touchdowns after QB Dak Prescott suffered a season-ending injury. The ratio figures to shift back toward PATs in 2021, but that should still give Zuerlein a nice floor, with leg strength and team context both working in his favor. He did have offseason back surgery, but the Cowboys expect him to be ready for Week 1.
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