Fantasy Football Week 9: Top Plays at Every Position

Football’s survival of the fittest continues into Week 9. The NFL has another six-team bye week upon us, while myriad injuries dog our fantasy lineup decisions.

We make sense of the chaos with our top plays by position slideshow every Friday of the season. Thankfully, the bye weeks are nearing an end, and some of football’s early-season injured stars are getting healthier.

We have the top news items, favorable and unfavorable matchups and all the rankings right here.

Quarterbacks: Sit Tom Brady for Alex Smith or Terrelle Pryor? Yes, You Should

Bye weeks take away some of the easy decisions at quarterback, including Peyton Manning, Matthew Stafford and Colin Kaepernick. They also take away the preseason fool’s gold that has proved to be Carson Palmer and Eli Manning. Oh, and the Jags are off too.

We sort through the remainder of the quarterbacks here.

Mini quarterback controversy

The Vikings still haven’t picked a starting quarterback for this week’s game against the Cowboys—at least publicly. Christian Ponder was taking the first-team reps in practice Thursday, according to the Minneapolis Star-Tribune’s Chip Scoggins.

ESPN’s Ed Werder previously speculated the Vikings would start the now-cleared Josh Freeman (concussion) to evaluate him for the future. The only reason anyone cares in fantasy is because of two-quarterback formats and the fact the Cowboys have been the worst team in fantasy against quarterbacks to date.

Brady likely needs to sit

Tom Brady was supposed to take off when Danny Amendola and Rob Gronkowski both came back from injury. The Pats receivers were all healthy last week, but Brady struggled to one of his worst performances in years.

The Boston Globe’s Ben Volin suggested the struggles are related to the reported issues with his swollen hand, which remains unreported on the official NFL Injury Report. What is worse than the struggles or the injury is the matchup: The Steelers are No. 1 in fantasy against quarterbacks. You should sit Brady if you have a productive backup with a better matchup, like Alex Smith at Buffalo or Terrelle Pryor vs. Philly.

Like him more

Speaking of Smith, the Bills are the second-worst team in fantasy against quarterbacks. Also, the offense could be a tad more on Smith’s shoulder, as the Bills are expected to get C.J. Spiller (ankle) back. The Bills have played better at home and could make a game of this against the Chiefs early, forcing Smith into some passing numbers he usually doesn’t get.

Smith is among the quarterbacks we like more than the expert consensus below:

  1. Andy Dalton (already played Thursday night)
  2. Alex Smith
  3. Joe Flacco
  4. Geno Smith
  5. Thad Lewis

Like him less

We might not get a resolution on the Ponder vs. Freeman decision up until Sunday morning. It is the reason we cannot advise you trusting either this week, despite the favorable matchup described above. Both are among the quarterbacks we like less than the masses below:

  1. Russell Wilson
  2. Terrelle Pryor
  3. Jake Locker
  4. Ryan Tannehill
  5. Josh Freeman/Christian Ponder
Week 9 Quarterbacks Rankings – Eric Mack
1 Drew Brees NO at NYJ 1 0
2 Aaron Rodgers GB vs. Chi 2 0
3 Cam Newton Car vs. Atl 3 0
4 Tony Romo Dal vs. Min 4 0
5 Philip Rivers SD at Was 5 0
6 Andrew Luck Ind at Hou 8 +2
7 Russell Wilson Sea vs. TB 7 0
8 Andy Dalton Cin at Mia 10 +2
9 Robert Griffin Was vs. SD 6 -3
10 Alex Smith KC at Buf 13 +3
11 Terrelle Pryor Oak vs. Phi 9 -2
12 Matt Ryan Atl at Car 11 -1
13 Tom Brady NE vs. Pit 14 +1
14 Jake Locker Ten at StL 12 -2
15 Nick Foles Phi at Oak 15 0
16 Josh McCown Chi at GB 16 0
17 Joe Flacco Bal at Cle 19 +2
18 Ben Roethlisberger Pit at NE 17 -1
19 Geno Smith NYJ vs. NO 21 +2
20 Ryan Tannehill Mia vs. Cin 18 -2
21 Jason Campbell Cle vs. Bal 20 -1
22 Case Keenum Hou vs. Ind 22 0
23 Thaddeus Lewis Buf vs. KC 26 +3
24 Kellen Clemens StL vs. Ten 28 +4
25 Mike Glennon TB at Sea 24 -1
26 Josh Freeman Min at Dal 23 -3
27 Christian Ponder Min at Dal 25 -2

Running Backs: We Should Expect Returns from C.J. Spiller and DeMarco Murray

You are going to have to do without Knowshon Moreno, Frank Gore, Reggie Bush, Maurice Jones-Drew and the backs for the Giants and Cardinals, so you will likely need healthy returns from the likes of C.J. Spiller (ankle). The Bills’ official Twitter account quoted head coach Doug Marrone being optimistic:

“I feel good about @CJSpiller playing.”

You cannot feel good about his high ankle sprain or the matchup against the Chiefs, though.

Murray’s Week 8 rest did his body good

The Cowboys held DeMarco Murray (sprained MCL) out last week, and it apparently was the right move. Murray has been a full participant in practice, and a matchup against the second-worst team in fantasy against running backs looms this Sunday. The Vikings are tied for the most touchdowns surrendered to backs in fantasy (10). Get Murray active in all leagues for that one.

San Diego super-Charged

The Chargers defense doesn’t get much credit, but it solid against the run and No. 1 in fantasy against running backs. The matchup isn’t enough to consider sitting bell-cow back Alfred Morris, but you shouldn’t consider Roy Helu here, especially after his disappointing performance against the Broncos last week. The Chargers are the only team in fantasy that has yet to give up a touchdown to a running back.

Like him more

We have a bit too much confidence in second-half rebounds of fantasy first-round picks Trent Richardson and Spiller apparently. You have to ride them with the heavy bye week and multitude of injuries at the midseason point, though. 

They are two of the running backs we like far more than the masses below.

  1. Trent Richardson
  2. C.J. Spiller
  3. Jacquizz Rodgers
  4. Chris Ogbonnaya
  5. James Starks

Like him less

The likely return of Spiller figures to cut back into Fred Jackson’s production for the Bills. The Chiefs are also a top-10 team against the run and are No. 2 in fantasy against running backs. You start Spiller because of his breakaway threat, but you should be wary of Jackson. He is among the backs we like less than the consensus this week:

  1. Alfred Morris
  2. Fred Jackson
  3. Danny Woodhead
  4. Bilal Powell
  5. Mike Tolbert
Week 9 Running Backs Rankings – Eric Mack
1 Adrian Peterson Min at Dal 2 +1
2 Jamaal Charles KC at Buf 1 -1
3 LeSean McCoy Phi at Oak 3 0
4 Matt Forte Chi at GB 6 +2
5 Eddie Lacy GB vs. Chi 4 -1
6 Arian Foster Hou vs. Ind 10 +4
7 Marshawn Lynch Sea vs. TB 5 -2
8 Ray Rice Bal at Cle 8 0
9 Chris Johnson Ten at StL 13 +4
10 DeMarco Murray Dal vs. Min 9 -1
11 Stevan Ridley NE vs. Pit 14 +3
12 Trent Richardson Ind at Hou 19 +7
13 Alfred Morris Was vs. SD 7 -6
14 Darren McFadden Oak vs. Phi 11 -3
15 Le’Veon Bell Pit at NE 12 -3
16 C.J. Spiller Buf vs. KC 36 +20
17 Ryan Mathews SD at Was 17 0
18 Giovani Bernard Cin at Mia 20 +2
19 Steven Jackson Atl at Car 21 +2
20 Zac Stacy StL vs. Ten 16 -4
21 Fred Jackson Buf vs. KC 15 -6
22 DeAngelo Williams Car vs. Atl 22 0
23 Lamar Miller Mia vs. Cin 24 +1
24 Chris Ivory NYJ vs. NO 29 +5
25 Darren Sproles NO at NYJ 23 -2
26 BenJarvus Green-Ellis Cin at Mia 27 +1
27 Danny Woodhead SD at Was 18 -9
28 Pierre Thomas NO at NYJ 25 -3
29 Jacquizz Rodgers Atl at Car 37 +8
30 Mike James TB at Sea 26 -4
31 Chris Ogbonnaya Cle vs. Bal 43 +12
32 Brandon Bolden NE vs. Pit 30 -2
33 Donald Brown Ind at Hou 31 -2
34 James Starks GB vs. Chi 41 +7
35 Roy Helu Was vs. SD 32 -3
36 Bilal Powell NYJ vs. NO 28 -8
37 Daryl Richardson StL vs. Ten 40 +3
38 Willis McGahee Cle vs. Bal 34 -4
39 Bryce Brown Phi at Oak 49 +10
40 Daniel Thomas Mia vs. Cin 38 -2
41 Bernard Pierce Bal at Cle 42 +1
42 Mike Tolbert Car vs. Atl 33 -9
43 Knile Davis KC at Buf 56 +13
44 LeGarrette Blount NE vs. Pit 46 +2
45 Michael Bush Chi at GB 65 +20
46 Joseph Randle Dal vs. Min 45 -1
47 Jason Snelling Atl at Car 57 +10
48 Brian Leonard TB at Sea 44 -4
49 Shonn Greene Ten at StL 39 -10
50 Tashard Choice Buf vs. KC 48 -2
51 Johnathan Franklin GB vs. Chi 70 +19
52 Robert Turbin Sea vs. TB 55 +3
53 Khiry Robinson NO at NYJ 54 +1
54 Fozzy Whittaker Cle vs. Bal 51 -3
55 Jackie Battle Ten at StL 69 +14
56 Lance Dunbar Dal vs. Min 50 -6
57 Rashad Jennings Oak vs. Phi 64 +7
58 Ronnie Brown SD at Was 61 +3
59 Toby Gerhart Min at Dal 60 +1
60 Felix Jones Pit at NE 63 +3

Wide Receivers: There’s a Star Born Every Week Here

Wide receiver is one position heavy bye weeks don’t tend to leave us scratching our heads. We seem to find new options here every week. Marvin Jones, Kenny Stills and Lance Moore were hot waiver-wire commodities and we can mere ride the hot hands off the scrap heap.

A new Chief target

We have to be wary of Dwayne Bowe in all leagues by now, but the Bills matchup promises to be a favorable one. Buffalo has given up the most points to wide receivers in fantasy to date. If you cannot trust Bowe or Donnie Avery, how about Dexter McCluster?

He was a frequent target last week and can be used in the short passing game, particularly with Jamaal Charles (knee) limited in practice this week and feeling the effects of his heavy workload. McCluster is a solid play, particularly in PPR formats.

Replacing Wayne gets tougher

We should like the prospects of T.Y. Hilton especially and Darrius Heyward-Bey and LaVon Brazill to lesser extents with the loss of Reggie Wayne (knee) for the season. The problem this week, in addition to a hamstring issue that slowed DHB in practice Thursday, is the Texans have the NFL’s No. 1-ranked pass defense and are the No. 1 team in fantasy against wide receivers.

Like him more

It is surprising to see the Jets defense among the bottom-10 teams in fantasy against wide receivers, but you cannot love any of your Saints receiving options. They notoriously spread the ball around. Marques Colston (knee) has been a bum the past month, totaling five catches for 44 yards. That would be a bad game, much less month, for a starting fantasy wideout.

The throws have gone more to Stills and Moore, both of whom are among the receivers we like more than the consensus this week. Here are five we like more than a handful of spots:

  1. Marvin Jones (already played Thursday night)
  2. Kenny Stills
  3. Dexter McCluster
  4. Donnie Avery
  5. DeAndre Hopkins
  6. Doug Baldwin

Like him less

Mike Glennon has proved to be capable of getting the ball to Vincent Jackson since taking over as the Bucs’ starting quarterback, but he faces the matchup from hell this week: at Seattle against the No. 3-ranked pass defense and No. 4 team against wideouts in fantasy. Jackson is among the receivers we like less than the masses below:

  1. Vincent Jackson
  2. Keenan Allen
  3. Darrius Heyward-Bey
  4. Emmanuel Sanders
  5. Brian Hartline (already played Thursday night)
  6. Jeremy Kerley
Week 9 Wide Receivers Rankings – Eric Mack
1 Dez Bryant Dal vs. Min 1 0
2 A.J. Green Cin at Mia 3 +1
3 Brandon Marshall Chi at GB 4 +1
4 Jordy Nelson GB vs. Chi 2 -2
5 DeSean Jackson Phi at Oak 5 0
6 Andre Johnson Hou vs. Ind 11 +5
7 Josh Gordon Cle vs. Bal 7 0
8 Pierre Garcon Was vs. SD 6 -2
9 Antonio Brown Pit at NE 8 -1
10 T.Y. Hilton Ind at Hou 15 +5
11 Steve Smith Car vs. Atl 12 +1
12 Torrey Smith Bal at Cle 17 +5
13 Terrance Williams Dal vs. Min 14 +1
14 Denarius Moore Oak vs. Phi 16 +2
15 Mike Wallace Mia vs. Cin 20 +5
16 Jarrett Boykin GB vs. Chi 18 +2
17 Harry Douglas Atl at Car 13 -4
18 Marvin Jones Cin at Mia 27 +9
19 Vincent Jackson TB at Sea 10 -9
20 Alshon Jeffery Chi at GB 19 -1
21 Keenan Allen SD at Was 9 -12
22 Danny Amendola NE vs. Pit 24 +2
23 Golden Tate Sea vs. TB 25 +2
24 Marques Colston NO at NYJ 21 -3
25 Kenny Stills NO at NYJ 38 +13
26 Dexter McCluster KC at Buf 50 +24
27 Kendall Wright Ten at StL 22 -5
28 Steve Johnson Buf vs. KC 23 -5
29 Greg Jennings Min at Dal 34 +5
30 Donnie Avery KC at Buf 53 +23
31 Lance Moore NO at NYJ 36 +5
32 DeAndre Hopkins Hou vs. Ind 40 +8
33 Nate Washington Ten at StL 28 -5
34 Brandon LaFell Car vs. Atl 35 +1
35 Dwayne Bowe KC at Buf 31 -4
36 Darrius Heyward-Bey Ind at Hou 29 -7
37 Doug Baldwin Sea vs. TB 54 +17
38 Emmanuel Sanders Pit at NE 32 -6
39 Kenbrell Thompkins NE vs. Pit 60 +21
40 Brian Hartline Mia vs. Cin 26 -14
41 Eddie Royal SD at Was 45 +4
42 Jeremy Kerley NYJ vs. NO 33 -9
43 Vincent Brown SD at Was 37 -6
44 Stephen Hill NYJ vs. NO 44 0
45 Drew Davis Atl at Car 49 +4
46 Jason Avant Phi at Oak 58 +12
47 Riley Cooper Phi at Oak 52 +5
48 Mohamed Sanu Cin at Mia 72 +24
49 Roddy White Atl at Car 55 +6
50 James Jones GB vs. Chi 30 -20
51 Jermaine Kearse Sea vs. TB 66 +15
52 Aaron Dobson NE vs. Pit 43 -9
53 Julian Edelman NE vs. Pit 51 -2
54 Tiquan Underwood TB at Sea 71 +17
55 Jacoby Jones Bal at Cle 61 +6
56 Jerome Simpson Min at Dal 48 -8
57 Davone Bess Cle vs. Bal 74 +17
58 Robert Woods Buf vs. KC 57 -1
59 Rod Streater Oak vs. Phi 41 -18
60 Chris Givens StL vs. Ten 56 -4
61 Leonard Hankerson Was vs. SD 59 -2
62 Austin Pettis StL vs. Ten 64 +2
63 Marlon Brown Bal at Cle 47 -16
64 Lavon Brazill Ind at Hou 69 +5
65 David Nelson NYJ vs. NO 46 -19
66 Santana Moss Was vs. SD 75 +9
67 Jerricho Cotchery Pit at NE 70 +3
68 Cole Beasley Dal vs. Min 63 -5
69 Tavon Austin StL vs. Ten 67 -2
70 Earl Bennett Chi at GB 89 +19
71 Ted Ginn Car vs. Atl 39 -32
72 Kenny Britt Ten at StL 88 +16
73 Damian Williams Ten at StL 95 +22
74 Greg Little Cle vs. Bal 76 +2
75 Cordarrelle Patterson Min at Dal 68 -7

Tight Ends: Filling out Lineups as We Wait for Rob Gronkowski to Ignite

Remember our preseason warnings on this position:

  1. Jimmy Graham (foot) and Rob Gronkowski (arm/back) will frustrate you with injuries.
  2. There are going to be fantasy starters who come out of the woodwork.

One of the stars from No. 2, Julius Thomas, hits the bye with his own ankle issue, but thankfully there are a plethora of options available to pick through.

Bear in mind Bennett’s matchup

Josh McCown isn’t going to be as productive as Jay Cutler (groin), but the Packers have been the third-worst team in fantasy against tight ends thus far this season. The only teams worse are Arizona (on bye) and Miami (already played Thursday night). This makes Bennett one of the top-eight options in fantasy this week, despite having to catch passes from a backup quarterback.

A Chief concern

Scott Chandler has come back from reconstructive knee surgery in less than a year to some solid results. He caught a touchdown pass in Week 6 and is coming off a season-best seven catches for 72 yards in Week 8. He is not a great play against the Chiefs, though. They have been the best team in fantasy against tight ends this season.

Like him more

We have to admit we have a fantasy bromance with Coby Fleener right now. The Colts are facing a tough Texans secondary, one that has allowed a league-low 19 receptions to tight ends, but Fleener figures to be a significant part of Andrew Luck’s arsenal in the second half. Expect Fleener to perform like a top-12 option here on out.

He is among the tight ends we like better than the masses this week:

  1. Coby Fleener
  2. Jermaine Gresham (already played Thursday night)
  3. Andrew Quarless
  4. Anthony Fasano
  5. Ben Watson
  6. Lance Kendricks

Like him less

The Bucs lost Mike Williams (hamstring) for the season and have been using rookie tight end Tim Wright often since rookie Mike Glennon has taken over as the quarterback, but it is a bad time to trust the converted receiver in fantasy. The Seahawks have a secondary you cannot mess with.
Wright is among the tight ends we like less than the consensus below:

  1. Charles Clay (already played Thursday night)
  2. Tim Wright
  3. Delanie Walker
  4. Zach Miller
  5. Dallas Clark
Week 9 Tight Ends Rankings – Eric Mack
1 Jimmy Graham NO at NYJ 2 +1
2 Rob Gronkowski NE vs. Pit 1 -1
3 Antonio Gates SD at Was 3 0
4 Jason Witten Dal vs. Min 5 +1
5 Jordan Reed Was vs. SD 4 -1
6 Jordan Cameron Cle vs. Bal 6 0
7 Tony Gonzalez Atl at Car 7 0
8 Martellus Bennett Chi at GB 9 +1
9 Coby Fleener Ind at Hou 13 +4
10 Greg Olsen Car vs. Atl 8 -2
11 Kyle Rudolph Min at Dal 11 0
12 Heath Miller Pit at NE 12 0
13 Jermaine Gresham Cin at Mia 19 +6
14 Charles Clay Mia vs. Cin 10 -4
15 Tyler Eifert Cin at Mia 17 +2
16 Jared Cook StL vs. Ten 18 +2
17 Garrett Graham Hou vs. Ind 14 -3
18 Andrew Quarless GB vs. Chi 27 +9
19 Scott Chandler Buf vs. KC 20 +1
20 Tim Wright TB at Sea 15 -5
21 Anthony Fasano KC at Buf 26 +5
22 Delanie Walker Ten at StL 16 -6
23 Ben Watson NO at NYJ 29 +6
24 Brent Celek Phi at Oak 24 0
25 Lance Kendricks StL vs. Ten 30 +5
26 Zach Miller Sea vs. TB 22 -4
27 Dallas Clark Bal at Cle 21 -6
28 Sean McGrath KC at Buf 37 +9
29 Zach Ertz Phi at Oak 32 +3

Defense/Special Teams: Chargers and Cowboys Rate Among Streaming Options

The 49ers are the only real fantasy defensive unit we will truly miss on bye this week, but it doesn’t mean there are a lot of great options in fantasy available to us. We are even left to trust the once-sketchy defenses of the Pats, Panthers, Saints, Colts and Cowboys now.

Case made for the Colts

Matt Schaub (ankle) is healthy enough to play, but the Texans are going to go with Case Keenum as their starting quarterback anyway this week. It was Schaub’s pick-six streak that has made the Texans the worst team in fantasy against opposing defense/special teams, but the Colts have been surprising enough to keep active, regardless who plays quarterback for the Texans.

Cowboys toughest matchup for defenses now?

It might surprise you, but the Cowboys have been the toughest team in fantasy against defenses. They have a productive passing game, and Tony Romo is making less mistakes. They are also one of a handful of teams that hasn’t given up a defense/special teams touchdown. No one should be trusting the Vikings’ suspect unit right now anyway, but the Cowboys matchup makes them a no-brainer sit…err…cut.

Like them more

Robert Griffin III just hasn’t been able to rekindle the magic of his rookie year, perhaps because fellow sophomore Alfred Morris just hasn’t been able to do the same damage in the running game. The Redskins have been one of the bottom-10 teams in fantasy against defenses, and that makes the disappointing Chargers unit a sleeper play this week.

The Chargers are a lot better of a fantasy option than they have shown, and they are among the units we like more than the masses this week:

  1. New England Patriots
  2. San Diego Chargers
  3. St. Louis Rams
  4. Chicago Bears
  5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Like them less

Like we said above, it is a bit surprising to be trusting the Saints defense in fantasy, but Rob Ryan has turned things around. He faces a brotherly match this weekend in New York against Rex Ryan‘s Jets. The familiarity with the defenses is a reason we suggest the Saints will be a bit less productive than the consensus believes below. Among the ones we like less:

  1. New Orleans Saints
  2. Tennessee Titans
  3. Cleveland Browns
  4. Miami Dolphins (already played Thursday night)
  5. Houston Texans
Week 9 Defenses and Special Teams Rankings – Eric Mack
1 Seattle Seahawks Sea vs. TB 2 +1
2 Kansas City Chiefs KC at Buf 1 -1
3 New England Patriots NE vs. Pit 5 +2
4 Cincinnati Bengals Cin at Mia 3 -1
5 Carolina Panthers Car vs. Atl 6 +1
6 Baltimore Ravens Bal at Cle 7 +1
7 New Orleans Saints NO at NYJ 4 -3
8 Indianapolis Colts Ind at Hou 8 0
9 Dallas Cowboys Dal vs. Min 9 0
10 San Diego Chargers SD at Was 23 +13
11 Green Bay Packers GB vs. Chi 11 0
12 St. Louis Rams StL vs. Ten 14 +2
13 Chicago Bears Chi at GB 24 +11
14 Tennessee Titans Ten at StL 10 -4
15 Philadelphia Eagles Phi at Oak 15 0
16 Cleveland Browns Cle vs. Bal 12 -4
17 Tampa Bay Buccaneers TB at Sea 20 +3
18 New York Jets NYJ vs. NO 19 +1
19 Miami Dolphins Mia vs. Cin 17 -2
20 Houston Texans Hou vs. Ind 16 -4

Kickers: Mason Crosby Continues to Be Bright Spot for Fantasy Owners

This is the last of the heavy bye weeks, so we are nearing the end of needing to worry about who we are starting at the kicker position. Matt Prater, Phil Dawson and David Akers have to be replaced in lineups, though, while Jay Feely, Josh Brown and Josh Scobee shouldn’t be owned in any leagues.

Crosby still can mash

If you are a regular reader of this weekly column, you know we have loved the Packers’ Mason Crosby ever since he was through his bye week. Well, he also gets the benefit of the Bears matchup on Monday night. The Bears are the fourth-worst team in fantasy against kickers. Crosby should be owned and active in all leagues the rest of the season.

Saints toughest against kickers

You likely don’t need a reason to dislike Jets kicker Nick Folk in fantasy, but the Saints give you multiple ones. The Saints have allowed the fewest field-goal attempts, the fewest makes and the fewest points to kickers to date in standard leagues. Start the Jets kicker? Folk that.

Like them more

We could not understand seeing Ryan Succop available in almost 50 percent of CBS Sports leagues coming into the week, but the market has corrected there. Fantasy analysts need to catch up now too. Succop is among the kickers we like more than the consensus below:

  1. Ryan Succop
  2. Alex Henery
  3. Justin Tucker
  4. Matt Bryant
  5. Caleb Sturgis (already played Thursday night)
  6. Mike Nugent (already played Thursday night)
  7. Greg Zuerlein

Like them less

Adam Vinatieri has come off his bye, but Texans figure to play a lot tougher defense than they did in the first half of the season. Defense is all the Texans have going for them right now. It is the reason we like Vinatieri less than the masses this week:

  1. Adam Vinatieri
  2. Nick Novak
  3. Ryan Succop
  4. Graham Gano
  5. Nick Folk
Week 9 Kickers Rankings – Eric Mack
1 Stephen Gostkowski NE vs. Pit 1 0
2 Ryan Succop KC at Buf 9 +7
3 Dan Bailey Dal vs. Min 2 -1
4 Garrett Hartley NO at NYJ 3 -1
5 Mason Crosby GB vs. Chi 4 -1
6 Alex Henery Phi at Oak 10 +4
7 Steven Hauschka Sea vs. TB 7 0
8 Justin Tucker Bal at Cle 12 +4
9 Matt Bryant Atl at Car 11 +2
10 Caleb Sturgis Mia vs. Cin 22 +12
11 Adam Vinatieri Ind at Hou 6 -5
12 Nick Novak SD at Was 5 -7
13 Mike Nugent Cin at Mia 17 +4
14 Greg Zuerlein StL vs. Ten 19 +5
15 Blair Walsh Min at Dal 15 0
16 Robbie Gould Chi at GB 18 +2
17 Kai Forbath Was vs. SD 8 -9
18 Graham Gano Car vs. Atl 13 -5
19 Sebastian Janikowski Oak vs. Phi 16 -3
20 Nick Folk NYJ vs. NO 21 +1

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