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The sixth week has finally come around in the Fantasy League, establishing the corner of the first third in this season’s differing best placekickers, being all around the less noticeable athletes due to the general lack of playtime experienced and broadcasted on the field.

Noteworthy in his high-ranking field goal percentage is Matt Prater of the Detroit Lions, who ranks sixth on this week’s list. Placing and choosing a good placekicker would prove for a solid maintainer of the points topping off in that much-needed win during bye weeks.

This, of course, is even more true with the overall stretch of the regular season. Following the playoff probability of teams that might chance upon the bye exemption, the Lions account for the higher tier that could use their opportunity to advance into taking down the Steelers on the 29th.

Ranking even higher on the recent list, accurate and with a great history of awe-inspiring field goals on his side is Matt Bryant of the Atlanta Falcons. He became involved at the eve of his professional career in the NFL about fifteen years ago (circa ’02). Bryant has missed only 56 of his almost four hundred attempted field goals. Similar to the effort of other players before the team’s commencement into the NFC Championship in 2012, he assisted greatly with a field goal that appropriated a win against the Seahawks.

Fulfilling your roster with a solid surefire player to score regularly after a hopeful touchdown who doesn’t deviate could make a sufficient single standing man, especially against that occasional powerhouse defense. The success of your selected team can come through with the assortment of solid players holding the right mixture of ability, altogether. If you are the type of Fantasy League participant who would hold the belief to always have a second kicker in store to attain when next week’s choice comes around, watch out for the possible suspension or auto-draft mistakes that can occur. Also be aware of league requirements that can occasionally halt picking up a second-best man for kicking.

Often some of the least active (yet influential) players have chipped mistakes that go severely noticed, with mentionable pressure on the individual athlete’s behalf. Possessing discretion and constructing a positive, almost meditative, mindset before that final field goal for the active placekicker can make total success in the season.

Garrett Sharpnack

Author Garrett Sharpnack

Garrett has come to writing from always preferring an in-depth analytical outlook on the ever-changing realm of sports. From his home state of Wyoming, a keen interest in the outdoors and athleticism involved with that are unending hobbies.

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