The years old rule is that kickers are picked in the last round. Should we deviate from that normalcy? In the last episode of our Fantasy Football Draft Day Do’s and Dont’s series, we will get a leg up on Kickers.

Do…

Start the rumor mill going with 4 or 5 rounds to go! Talk about Detroit’s Jason Hanson’s and Minnesota’s Ryan Longwell’s cannon legs. Speak of Buffalo’s Rian Lindell being only 11 of 18 from 40 yards or more in 2008. Talk about everyone except New England’s Stephen Gostkowski, who has 57 FGs over the last 2 years, and a whopping 8 10-point games last season. Shhhhhhh!

Do…

Pick New England’s Stephen Gostkowski in the next to last round! If anyone has picked a kicker before the next to last round, they are allowing you to steal value at the skill positions, and they are not going to be around come playoff time, so let them have at it. He is probably the only kicker you should take before the final round.

Don’t…

Pick Kickers from non-contending teams! 8 out of the top 10 แทงบอลออนไลน์ scoring Kickers last year were from Playoff teams. Those teams that can not move the ball do not give their Kickers a chance, and they also do not win games. Leave these perennial losers alone.

Don’t…

Forget that there are 32 Kickers to choose from in a 12 man Fantasy Football League. Translated : Don’t waste a lot of time worrying about kickers.

Most Fantasy Football Championship Winners do not waste a beer fart on thinking about Kickers. Just draft him last and be done with it. This will signal the end of your Draft Day, and the beginning of your Championship march if you follow the tips in this Fantasy Football Draft Day Do’s and Dont’s Article Series. And do not forget to keep up to date with your stats at the Official NFL website, and prepare pre-Draft with The SportingNews Fantasy Football Guide. All the stats in these articles were obtained from these 2 awesome resources. The insight and tips were gleaned from my 17 years as a Fantasy Football Fanatic.

 

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