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KICKER BREAKDOWN

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Quarterback – Running Back – Wide Receiver – Tight End
Defense/Special Teams – Kicker
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You may be saying, “Why are they even bothering to break down the kicker position. They’re kickers!” Exactly. However, we like to finish what we start. Personally, I’m of the opinion that you shouldn’t draft a kicker until the last round. You’re better off taking a flier on a wide receiver. Kickers are like tissue brands. You can spend more for Kleenex, but the generic brand will get the job done. Forgive me if the kicker breakdowns are brief. But, like you said, “They’re kickers.”

Our top kicker isn't even a household name. Yet.

Tier 1 – Kick-Ass Kickers

1. Garrett Hartley, NO – Hartley proves my point about kickers. He wasn’t even drafted in most leagues last year. Now, he’s the #1 kicker. After proving himself by making clutch kicks in the ’09 postseason, Hartley should be in for a big year with New Orleans.

2. Nate Kaeding, SD – Kaeding led all kickers in points last year. He’s money in the bank and will probably be the first guy off the board in most leagues, which means he won’t be on any of The Geek’s teams.

3. Ryan Longwell, MIN – Longwell has kicked well for a long time. Assuming you-know-who is back, the Minnesota offense will be plenty potent. So this dome booter is in line for another great season.

4. Stephen Gostkowski, NE – “The Big Gostkowski” puts up big numbers in a high-scoring Patriots offense. Accuracy is his strong suit, but he can kick a few long ones too.

5. Mason Crosby, GB – A fellow CU alum, Crosby was a bit streaky last year. He missed his share of kicks, but has a very strong leg and has the good fortune of being a member of one of the most prolific offenses in the league.

6. David Akers, PHI – Philly’s vet had a career year in ’09, going 32 for 37 on FGs. The Eagles offense shouldn’t miss a beat with Kevin Kolb at the helm, so grab Akers without a second thought.

Tier 2 – They’re up…and they’re good

Me love him long Tynes. Sorry. Hard for me to stay focused when writing about kickers.

7. Rob Bironas, TEN – I got Bironas with the very last pick in my experts draft. That means he was the twelfth kicker taken. Considering he was fifth in scoring last season, that’s a bargain.

8. Lawrence Tynes, NYG – This swift-kicking Scotsman is a middle-of-the-road option. He’s got decent accuracy and decent leg strength. Yup, he’s decent.

9. Adam Vinatieri, IND – The 37-year-old dealt with injuries throughout 2009. He should be good to go this season and is very accurate when healthy.

10. Dan Carpenter, MIA – Carpenter came out of nowhere to make the Pro Bowl last season. Not bad for a guy from Montana. He should be a good value this season.

11. Shayne Graham, BAL – The Bengals couldn’t stomach keeping Graham around another season. He stays in the division, though, and is certainly serviceable.

12. Sebastian Janikowski, OAK – Janikowski can knock ‘em through from 60+. With a (semi) competent quarterback on the team, he may see an uptick in field-goal tries.

Tier 3 – Wide left

13. Neil Rackers, HOU – His playoff choke got him a ticket out of Arizona, but the guy’s still a solid kicker. Now he moves to an up-and-coming team.

14. Matt Prater, DEN – Prater’s accuracy is questionable. He’s got a big leg, though, and half his games are at mile-high altitude. So if your league rewards for 50+ yarders, give him a shot.

15. Jay Feely, ARI – Feely was in the 30 FG Club last year with the Jets. Now he travels west to an offense in rebuilding mode.

16. Ryan Succop, KC – He’s got an unfortunate last name, but Succop has a pretty good rookie season, missing just four field goals.

17. Robbie Gould, CHI – He’s a steady, unexciting pick. You could do better and you can do worse.

18. Joe Nedney, SF – Perfectly good kicker on an improving offense. It gets a bit windy in the Bay area, but the Niners should put up points vs. weak NFC West foes.

Tier 4 – Kick ‘em to the curb

19. David Buehler, DAL – Seems like Dallas hasn’t had a good kicker since Rafael Septien. Over under on the number times people make the “Buehler? Buehler? Anyone?  Buehler?” joke: 1,284.

20. Rian Lindell, BUF – Lindell is good, but his team stinks. The Bills will struggle to punch it in, so Lindell will do plenty of legwork.

21. Jeff Reed, PIT – Pittsburgh is a really tough place to kick, so stay away from Reed if you can help it.

22. Josh Scobee, JAX – ’09 was a down year for Scobee, who was wide left or wide right on a whopping 10 field-goal attempts. He should rebound, but isn’t worth anything more than a late pick in the last round.

23. John Kasay, CAR – Carolina didn’t give Kasay very many chances last season. It’s a new year, and Kasay has been a top 10 kicker before, so he’s not a bad guy to roll the dice on.

24. Matt Bryant, ATL – So long, Jason Elam. Thanks for the memories. A big leg, a dome and a pretty good offense make Bryant ownable.

25. Jason Hanson, DET – Hanson’s been around so long he remembers wearing a leather helmet. He may bring a cane out on the field with him, but he can still knock ‘em through.

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