Welcome to the Footballweblog.com kicker cheatsheet webpage!
Kickers have always been an enigma when it comes to fantasy football. Because of that, other so-called fantasy football experts downplay their importance. But just because it’s difficult to determine the fantasy success of a kicker doesn’t mean little emphasis should be placed on selecting one.
Kickers are a specialty at Footballweblog.com. We pride ourselves on providing the most accurate and reliable kicker cheatsheets found anywhere. While other fantasy football websites are crunching numbers for running backs, wide receivers, flex positions, etc., all the efforts at Footballweblog.com are put into one position: The kicker.
Our cheatsheets are unique to the fantasy football industry. They are based on the conviction that the best fantasy kickers come from winning teams that score a lot of points – which we’ve shown through regression analysis to be the best indicators of a fantasy kicker’s success.
Best of all, Footballweblog.com provides our kicker cheatsheets for free. It’s our gift to you for visiting our site. It’s my hope that Footballweblog.com can give your fantasy football team that little extra edge to win the league championship. Thank you!
As always, run to daylight.
2015-2016 Weekly Kicker Cheatsheets
The following cheatsheets rank kickers for the upcoming week. It takes into account the team that the kicker plays for as well as their opponent. These cheatsheets are based on field goals being worth 3 points, and PATs as 1 point. (I.e., no bonus points awarded for long range field goals, or deductions for missed kicks.)
Wild Card Weekend
Super Bowl 50
2015 Kickers Moving Forward
The following cheatsheets rank the fantasy value of kickers from now until the end of the season. It’s a tool you can use to determine which kicker will be the most help to your team moving forward. They take into account the team that the kicker plays for as well as their remaining opponents. These cheatsheets are based on field goals being worth 3 points, and PATs as 1 point. (I.e., no bonus points awarded for long range field goals, or deductions for missed kicks.) Except as noted, they do not include week 17 since most fantasy football leagues end their season in week 16.
Week 2 Forward
Week 3 Forward
Week 4 Forward
Week 5 Forward
Week 6 Forward
Week 7 Forward
Week 8 Forward
Week 9 Forward
Week 10 Forward
Week 11 Forward
Week 12 Forward
Week 13 Forward
Week 14 Forward
Week 15 Forward
Week 16 Forward (includes week 17)