Week 14 – K/D Rankings
A hail mary pass at the end of the first half, gave the Chiefs seven of the ten points they needed to beat the Bears, but it’s likely they won’t find that fortune this week against the Jets. Kansas City has one of the worst offenses in football with Tyler Palko likely to stay under center with Kyle Orton suffering a hand injury on his only play last week.
This week we have the Jets listed as the top team defense to start, for the first round of the playoffs but there are a few other great matchups to take advantage of like the Ravens playing the Colts, the Seahawks vs the Rams or the Broncos against the Bears. Finding solid matchups for team defensive starts, can be the difference that helps put you over to advance deeper into the playoffs.
Gould, Rackers Hurting
As for kickers, Robbie Gould and Neil Rackers have been two of the better options at kicker this year, but both are risky plays going forward. A kicker is usually is only as good as the offense he has to work with, and both teams are hurting to move the football enough, to give them a respectable amount of field-goal opportunities. It’s advisable to move on from these players and find other options for now.
Last Updated – Dec. 5th
|1||David Akers||@ Cardinals|
|3||Sebastian Janikowski||@ Packers|
|4||Stephen Gostkowski||@ Redskins|
|6||Jon Kasay||@ Titans|
|11||Lawrence Tynes||@ Cowboys|
|13||Matt Bryant||@ Panthers|
|14||Robbie Gould||@ Broncos|
|15||Neil Rackers||@ Bengals|
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