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NFL · 19 days ago

NFL Power Rankings: NFL Kicker Rankings for Week 2

Hannah Brewitt

Hannah Brewitt

NFL Power Rankings: NFL Kicker Rankings for Week 2

Week 1 of the NFL season showed the difference a reliable kicker can make. Season openers across the league were decided by both makes and misses from the kicker position.

It’s too early to write off any kicker based on one week, so here’s what we know and what we can predict.

NFL Kicker Rankings

Rank Player Team
Justin Tucker  Baltimore Ravens 
2 Tyler Bass  Buffalo Bills 
3 Jake Elliott  Philadelphia Eagles 
4 Harrison Butker  Kansas City Chiefs 
5 Cameron Dicker  Los Angeles Chargers 
6 Younghoe Koo  Atlanta Falcons 
7 Jake Moody  San Francisco 49ers 
8 Brandon McManus  Jacksonville Jaguars 
9 Jason Myers  Seattle Seahawks 
10 Nick Folk  Tennessee Titans 

1. Justin Tucker – Baltimore Ravens 

It’s no surprise that Justin Tucker holds the highest ranking. The top-tier Ravens kicker converted his only field-goal attempt and two extra points in Sunday’s victory over the Texans. Tucker is a weekly must-start as one of the league’s most reliable kickers. 

2. Tyler Bass – Buffalo Bills

The Bills have one of the league’s top offenses, meaning Bass should have plenty of chances to tally points. His first showing saw success in all three field-goal attempts, and his lone extra-point try. Up next, Bass and the Bills host the Raiders at Highmark Stadium. 

3. Jake Elliot – Philadelphia Eagles 

In the NFL’s opening week, one kicker shined brighter than all the rest: Jake Elliott. He earned NFC Special Teams Player of the Week honors by cashing four field goals, including two from over fifty yards, all while battling driving rain and wind. In Week 2, the Eagles meet the Minnesota Vikings for a Thursday Night Showdown at Lincoln Financial Field.

4. Harrison Butker – Kansas City Chiefs 

Butker converted both field-goal attempts and extra-point tries during the defending Super Bowl Champions’ narrow loss to the Lions. He is consistently one of the more accurate kickers in the league and will remain a viable option as long as he is healthy. 

5. Cameron Dicker – Los Angeles Chargers 

“Dicker the Kicker” was perfect in the Chargers’ Week 1 loss to the Dolphins. He converted a career-long 57-yard field goal in his first season opener as a start. While Dicker is only in his second year, he’s proven exceptionally reliable from inside 50 yards and is a strong option moving forward. 

6. Younghoe Koo – Atlanta Falcons 

Despite a shaky offseason, Koo had a solid start to the regular season. He made his only field-goal attempt and all three extra-point tries in the Falcons’ 24-10 victory over the Panthers. Up next, the Falcons host the Packers at Mercedes-Benz Stadium. 

7. Jake Moody – San Francisco 49ers 

Moody kicked off his debut season with three field goals (from 41, 32, and 40 yards) and three extra points against the Steelers. The rookie showed impressive poise and confidence for a first-year player and is a viable option moving forward. 

8. Brandon McManus – Jacksonville Jaguars 

The former Bronco was perfect in his Jags debut, making his lone field-goal attempt and all four extra-point tries. The Jaguars’ offense shows promise this season, meaning the veteran kicker should be in scoring position rather frequently. In Week 2, the McManus and the Jaguars face the defending champion Chiefs at home. 

9. Jason Myers – Seattle Seahawks 

Myers went 2-for-3 on field goal attempts and 1-for-1 on extra-point tries in the Seahawks’ season opener. He also contributed a single extra point in the 30-13 victory. In Week 2, Myers will have the advantage of kicking in a dome environment against the Lions in Detroit.

10. Nick Folk – Tennessee Titans 

Folk had a perfect debut in the Titans’ loss to the Saints. The former Patriot accounted for all Tennessee’s points in the 16-15 loss. He scored five field goals, just nearly missing a narrow victory. Up next, the Titans host the Chargers.