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Postby The Great Gambini » Mon Dec 13, 2004 12:34 pm

He gets a lot of chances, but he's missing at least one FG every week. This hurts me because I lose points for missed FG...will this keep up? Anyone have any explanation for the misses?
Also, who's a good option down the stretch?
(Josh Brown, Rackers, Tynes all available).
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Postby Atog » Mon Dec 13, 2004 1:59 pm

i liked Brown a lot on Kaeding's bye week, that was when he popped 12 points in Field Goals. Unfortunetly, he might be getting less chances now with Hasselbeck on the rise.
I'd say Rackers is a step down from Kaeding, who is an almost guaranteed source of 8+ points each week.
Tynes i'm not sure about-i'd see how he does this week before considering him.

I'd say Kaeding is your best option there.
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Postby newyorkFFaddict » Mon Dec 13, 2004 6:39 pm

i think this has been said many times, you cant research kickers... only their health i.e. john hall... just fly with a kicker, see what happens, obviously dome games are best, snow and rain are not... honestly, look at an offense and fly with a kicker on a team you know is able to move the ball into opposing teams territory.
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