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Travis Coons converted four field goals (29, 39, 33, 29) in Sunday's loss to the Steelers, and finished the 2015 season 28-for-32 on field goals and 22-for-24 on extra points.
Coons has a solid rookie campaign in Cleveland, as it took him until Week 8 against Arizona to miss his first kick of the year. Even with 28 made kicks, Coons did not have a single field goal over 50 yards, with a 47-yard make representing his season long. The overall offensive struggles of the Cleveland Browns likely limited his fantasy potential, and prospective owners can expect to see more of the same in 2015.
Travis Coons converted field goals of 45 and 36 yards in Sunday's loss to the Chiefs.
Coons could have had a nice fantasy day despite his team's offensive woes, but he had a 51-yard attempt blocked in the outing. On the season, he's been an average fantasy kicker that is likely expendable, outside of the deepest of formats.
Travis Coons (groin) is active Sunday against the Chiefs.
Coons was a full participant in practice all week despite the ailment, so he was in little danger of missing this contest. He was 2-for-2 on field goal attempts last week in Seattle, but had missed at least one field goal in each of his prior three games.
Travis Coons (groin) is listed as active for Sunday's game against the Seahawks.
Coons is available this week, but since recording back-to-back 13-point efforts in Weeks 4 and 5, he's only scored more than six points once, when he logged nine in Week 12.
Travis Coons (groin) traveled with the Cleveland Browns to Seattle, Cleveland Plain Dealer writer Mark Kay Cabot reports.
Coons is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against Seattle but the general expectation is that he will play, and traveling with the team is obviously one checkmark in that process. Austin Davis is expected to serve as emergency kicker.
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