Bailey was 30 for 32 on field goal attempts last season and a perfect 25 for 25 on extra points. Bailey has yet to miss an extra point in five NFL seasons. Last season

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Though his missed 27 yard field goal cost the Vikings a playoff win, Walsh still is a top kicker. In the regular season, he made an NFL high 34 field goals and missed five (87.2 percent). In his four seasons, Walsh had only missed one other time from 20 29 yards. Walsh hit a stunning 10 of 10 field goals from 50 or more yards in his rookie 2012 season, but since, he’s 13 for 22. Walsh also went 33 for 37 on the lengthened extra point last season after missing just one extra point in his career. Both could signal that Walsh, 26, has lost some of his accuracy from long range, but still he had the third most points among kickers last season, according to ESPN. And with a blossoming Vikings offense, he has the potential to be back in that range.

The Steelers‘ offense was expected to have another explosive year, and it’s still among the league’s best, but with Le’Veon Bell suspended for the first four games of the season and Martavis Bryant banned for the entire season, it won’t be quite at the anticipated level. Still, the inexperienced Boswell stepped in with incredible success after the Steelers released Josh Scobee, who had missed four field goals and an extra points through four games last season. With no prior NFL experience, Boswell went 29 for 32 on field goals and 26 for 27 on extra points.

6. Mason Crosby, Green Bay Packers

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In the last few seasons, Crosby has transformed into one of the league’s top kickers. His first four years in the league, he had just a 78.1 field goal percentage, but the last three seasons it’s up to 85.7. Crosby was 24 for 28 last season and perfect on 36 extra points. Those PATs were the fewest of his career. He’s had at least 50 in three of the past four seasons and could be back around there with Jordy Nelson healthy and if Eddie Lacy can return to form.

5. Justin Tucker, Baltimore Ravens

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Tucker is known for his celebrations and his big boot in training camp he drilled a 69 yard field goal with room to spare. He’s coming off a career low 82.5 field goal percentage, but six of his seven misses were from 50 yards or beyond. His 33 made field goals tied for second in the league last season. The fifth year veteran hasn’t missed an extra point in his career he went 29 for 29 with the longer extra point in place last year making him one of the more accurate kickers in the league.

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Bailey was 30 for 32 on field goal attempts last season and a perfect 25 for 25 on extra points. Bailey has yet to miss an extra point in five NFL seasons. Last season, Dallas‘ offense was about as bad as it’s been (ranked 31st in points per game) since Bailey’s been there, and he still managed to be the 11th best fantasy kicker, according to ESPN. The Cowboys will have rookie quarterback Dak Prescott starting for at least six to 10 weeks with Tony Romo injured, but with Dez Bryant healthy and rookie Ezekiel Elliott running behind arguably the best offensive line in the league, Bailey still is a top five kicker.

3. Steven Hauschka, Seattle Seahawks

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The Panthers led the NFL with 31.2 points per game last season, and if anything, their offense got better with the return of wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin. Gano was 30 for 36 on field goals and hit a league high 56 extra points on 59 attempts. The 29 year old may not be the most accurate kicker he has an 84.4 field goal percentage since 2012 but the way the Panthers move the ball, Gano will get plenty of opportunities.

1. Stephen Gostkowski, New England Patriots

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Gostkowski is practically a machine. Last season he was 33 for 36 on field goal attempts, and the three he missed were from 40 yards or beyond. The 11 year veteran has missed just one extra point in 503 career attempts, and it was as a rookie in 2006. According to ESPN, Gostkowski has been the top scoring fantasy kicker each of the past three seasons. Even with Tom Brady out for the first four weeks, the Patriots have one of the top offenses in the league, so they’ll score plenty.