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With another exciting week of football under our ties, here are the Lester’s urban myths 2013 Week 7 fantasy football kickers ranking. With the Week 7 Draft Kings endorsements for tight ends as well as Kickers, the ranking is as follows in descending order: David Akers, Sebastian Janikowski, Josh Brown, Randy Bullock, Phil Dawson, Matt Prater, Justin Tucker, Matt Bryant, Blair Walsh, and Stephen Goskowski.

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Through a month as well as change of the NFL 2013 season, most make-believe owners now understand where their groups are strong in addition to where they lack enough strength. For owner’s privileged enough to have some of the preeminent players in the NFL, Week 7 is one of the stimulating weeks to date with a diversity of superstars facing satisfactory matchups that bode well for fake football production. Hopes you will have the best times ever in this matches..

10. David Akers


Detroit Lion’s kicker David Akers had a jagged game alongside the Arizona Cardinals. He overlooked both of his two field goal efforts, and illegally, he overlooked three total on the day. Two of those efforts were outright blunders (on back-to-back plays), though the other was blocked. At the close of the day, the Lions may perhaps have really used an additional 6 points seeing they lost by a score of 25-21 granted, that was afterward Arizona overlooked a 2-point conversion.

As predictable, calls for the Lions to carry back Havard Rugland started as soon as Akers overlooked a 52-yard effort in the first quarter and it went widespread left. He got another gamble thanks to a running into the kicker drawback, but he strapped the 47-yarder wide right. The scandal directed at Akers as well as the Lions for not keeping Rugland was only augmented by the second miss.

9. Sebastian Janikowski

9-Sebastian Janikowski

Janikowski as well as the Raiders have a bye this week then they will return to a tight performance in Week 8 alongside the Pittsburgh Steelers. He had a particular point last week alongside Kansas City as well as has not been able to capitalize on his strong leg after a slight injury.
Only 1 for 3 on efforts from 50 yards or else more, he has only one and only double-figure scoring energy. Janikowski has had a ruthless season thus far, renovating only 7 of 11 field goal challenges, despite the fact making 12 of 12 PATs. The Marauders’ futility is not exclusively to blame for the left-footed veteran, as his inexactitudes have donated to the overall lack of offense in Oakland.

8. Josh Brown


Brown has been monotonous as a fantasy kicker this period, but his luck could be altering as the Giants host the Minnesota Vikings on Monday Night-time Football. The Vikings are permitting the third most points in the confederation in 2013, giving up 31.6 points for every tilt.
The Giants are dead tiniest in terms of points permissible, meaning that this game has all the ingredients of a shootout. The Giants’ crime has also looked better of late even though the continued struggles of quarterback Eli Manning. The Giants have recorded 21 points in every single of the past two games. Brown could be in line for an escape enactment.

7. Randy Bullock


Randy Bullock has squandered as many field goals in two games this period as he did his high-ranking period at Texas. It is too early to impulse the fright button. Bullock has to blunder more than three 50 yarders as well as a couple would have been game champions from 46 yards out before they think about eyeing for a new kicker.

Bullock has been outstanding on kickoffs and 2 of 13 have been touchbacks, nonetheless through two games, even with a game champion at San Diego, he is the poorest FG kicker in the league with four miscues not counting a miss that did not count because a timeout was called. No other kicker has overlooked more than two. The Texans despairs that this is not a problem they have to report, but they want Bullock to develop some sureness, since more close games are certainly on the way.

6. Phil Dawson

6_Phil Dawson

The San Francisco 49ers took benefit of an infrequently used NFL rule Thursday night to effort an uncontested 71 yard field goal alongside St. Louis. With time zigzagging down in the first half, Kyle Williams fair wedged a St. Louis punt at his own 39. That choice gave the 49ers a chance to try a free kick, a field goal endeavor that cannot be hurried by the resistance. Such a play is only allowable after a fair catch happens.

Phil Dawson backfired badly on the try, with his kick seafaring well wide left besides coming up short. It was caught by the Rams’ Austin Pettis nine yards deep in the finish zone, besides he was then indorsed to return it as if on a commencement.

5. Matt Prater

5_Matt Prater

Prater matt made all five of his additional point efforts last week alongside Jacksonville as well as he remains perfect on field goals in addition to PATs this season. The season seems tough for him but with a lot effort he will make it. He will look to keep on perfect in Week 7 as the Broncos travel to Indianapolis.
Prater was crunched into a bit by the competence of the Denver offense. He is on pace for 179 points, which he will be an NFL record. As long as Peyton Manning is vigorous, Prater is a must start every single week.

4. Justin Tucker


Tucker is 12 for 14 on field goals this period, besides he has posted 50 points over six contests. He has yet to miscue an extra point and will prospectively be needed for plenty of work Sunday as the preferred Ravens take on their contending Pittsburgh Steelers.
Tucker matched just five points last week alongside the Packers. That marked his lowest harvest since Week 2, when he kicked two extra points against Cleveland. Deprived of a slam dunk option in Baltimore’s red zone offense, Tucker should endure to be a deterrent

3. Matt Bryant


The previous week, Bryant as well as the Falcons were on a bye. They are getting a reappearance this week to host Tampa Bay which will be a big match.
Bryant is 8 for 9 on field goals so far as well as 14 for 14 on additional points. The Buccaneers are an unscrupulous team, but then again the Falcons are going to be shorthanded on wrongdoing and this is always followed by penalty, which confines their potential. If you really need a kicker this week, you can best choice Bryant in a pinch.

2. Blair Walsh


Walsh had a period low four points in Week 6 alongside Carolina. His constrain injury did not appear to bother him nevertheless, in addition he should see more chances in Week 7 at the Giants and hence there is need to waste this good opportunities ahead of him. Walsh has overlooked just one field goal in 10 attempts to date. The Giants are permitting nearly 35 points per game, as well as scoring has not been Minnesota’s feebleness to date. Be on the Lookout for Walsh to flirt with 10 points Monday night and you imagine how wonderful it would be.

1. Stephen Goskowski

1-Stephen Goskowski

Gostkowski, producer of 16 out of 17 field goals this present year, has been the utmost beneficiary of the Patriots’ hamstrung crime. He clues the NFL in three point conversions and should be a fine preference again this week beside a Jets defense that figures to slow down the New England bout. Gostkowski only overlooked field goal of the year came in Week 2 alongside the Jets, but that is not much of a concern. He is has endeavored three field goals in five of six games this present  year, besides that plus his superfluous points makes him arguably the game’s best fantasy kicker right now. One tiny concern: the impending return of Rob Gronkowski, who would advance the Patriots’ red zone competence, thus taking points away from the only one person, Gostkowski. There can only be so much triumph at one time for Stephen.