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Fantasy Football Outlook: Two years into the league Bailey has proven to be a reliable kicker for the Cowboys and his 93.5 conversion rate from a year ago should keep his job safe. While Bailey has K1 upside, its the darn Cowboys and their ups and downs that should keep fantasy owners away from trusting him on a weekly basis.

Switching to a 4-3 bases, Tampa-2 defense this year I have my concerns that both DeMarcus Ware and Anthony Spencer (both around 250 pounds) are big enough to hold up against the run, and this won’t help Dallas hold leads in games. Just getting acclimated to a new base defense could take the first half of the season, so expect another up and down year from Dallas and Bailey.

FG’s Made 40+ PAT’s
2013 Projected Stats 28 11 40
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20-29 30-39 40-49 50+ Tot PAT
2011 23 DAL 16 9 8 11 11 12 10 4 2 37 32 86.5% 39
2012 24 DAL 16 5 5 13 13 7 7 5 3 31 29 93.5% 37
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