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Sanders and the Dolphins meet the Bengals in what should be fun Thursday Night Football a game is one that can have many violations. This should lead to a lot of Sanders hitting. So far this season, no team has given opposing kickers more fantasy points per game than the Bengals, at 13.67 per game.
The Saints allowed opposing kickers to make 12 fantasy PPGs, the third most in the NFL. The Viking offense must be able to move the ball, but the Saints’ defense is very good at preventing teams from scoring touchdowns. This often results in a high number of field goals.
This season, the Panthers have led kickers to 11.67 fantasy PPG, fourth most in the NFL. That’s exactly what Prater scored, rounded up to even 12, in Week 3. He finished in the top five in Week 3 and has a chance to do so again in this match.
The Cardinals provided 10 fantasy PPGs to opposing kickers who finished seventh in the NFL. That’s how many points Pinheiro scored in week three as he finished in the top 12 scoring kickers. Broadcast it in a profitable match.
Elliott didn’t have to hit many field goals as the Eagles just score touchdowns every time they touch the ball. It doesn’t help that the Jaguars have allowed fantasy PPG 2.0, the lowest in the NFL. Sit down, Elliott, this week.
Bass is generally the kicker that can be completely trusted in fantasy football. However, this week he will face the Ravens, who have a kicker cap of just 6.3 fantasy PPG. In addition, Bass scored seven or fewer fantasy points in two of his three games. It’s like a match where Billy will be chasing touchdowns, sometimes choosing not to kick.
Patterson will have a hard time kicking in week 4. This is partly because the Eagles’ talented defense won’t let the Jaguars’ offense move the ball. The other part has to do with the fact that the Eagles only allow 2.0 fantasy PPGs, which is the lowest in the NFL.