1.  
K  BAL
Fields Goals Made
32
Extra Points Made
50
The all-time leader in FG percentage (90.8), Tucker has spent most of his career on defense-driven teams, but 2019 brought a different script with Baltimore leading the NFL in touchdowns (64) and fourth-down conversions (17). The aggressive approach limited Tucker to a career-low 29 FGAs, while 57 PATs led the league. Even with analytics costing him some FG volume, Tucker's combination of skill and team context is unmatched.
2.  
Fields Goals Made
31
Extra Points Made
51
No. 2 on the all-time FG accuracy list (89.7) is also No. 2 in our rankings. Butker also plays for a team with a dominant offense, as he led the league in PATs in 2018 and field goals made in 2019. The composition of his production might have been different, but the result was back-to-back top-3 fantasy finishes. Except more of the same as long as Patrick Mahomes stays healthy.
3.  
K  NO
Fields Goals Made
30
Extra Points Made
45
Lutz is No. 4 in career FG percentage (87.5) and also attached to a prolific offense. Even a Drew Brees injury in 2019 wasn't enough to prevent Lutz from finishing top 8 among kickers for a fourth time in as many pro seasons. The 26-year-old benefits from a plethora of dome games, but he's also been impressive outdoors, converting 85.7 percent of FGs and 95.9 percent of PATs.
4.  
K  TB
Fields Goals Made
28
Extra Points Made
37
Despite missing eight field goals and five extra points, Gay finished last year as the No. 4 kicker in fantasy scoring, tying for third in both FG and PAT attempts. He went 11-of-14 in the 40-49-yard range and 5-of-8 from 50-plus yards, arguably atoning for his short-range inconsistency. The 2019 fifth-round pick has decent job security, and the Bucs feature Tom Brady, Chris Godwin, Mike Evans and Rob Gronkowski.
5.  
K  DAL
Fields Goals Made
27
Extra Points Made
40
Most kickers are lucky to have one nickname, but Greg the Leg, a.k.a. Legatron, actually has two. He earned that honor with a 60 percent conversion rate from 50-plus yards during his time with the Rams. The move from L.A. to Dallas attaches Zuerlein to a better offense, but it comes with the caveat of job competition in the form of Kai Forbath. Zuerlein has the larger contract and the stronger leg.
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