Actually you can find that info at a few sites. Some teams will tend to give up more K points than other teams, but it usually is more of a flukey thing heavily influenced by a game or 2 with several FG's given up.
I play match-ups to some extent, but I'd have to agree tha playing K match-ups is going a little far. Playing a good offenses K against a poor team is a good manaeuver, but if the offensive is too efficient, you get 6 extra points and no FG's.
A K I don't hear much about is Seattle's K Josh Brown. He's a rookie, and I know nothing about him. I needed a back-up K in a league where you must carry 2 K's on your roster. If Seattle's offense is as good as advertised, then he could be a steal.
On the other hand, he's a 7th round pick and a rookie. I wouldn't be expecting a star, but if he can show he's a legit NFL kicker he could put up top 10 K points.
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