Succop made his only field-goal attempt (42 yards) and drilled all six extra-point tries in the Buccaneers' 45-17 win over the Dolphins on Sunday. Succop enjoyed a perfect day after missing either a field-goal or extra-point attempt in each of the last three games. Punter Bradley Pinion was also notably brought on to attempt a 60-yard field goal that couldn't find the uprights as time expired in the first half, as that attempt was deemed to clearly be outside Succop's range. The veteran kicker has been productive for fantasy managers despite the aforementioned trio of misfires, as he's garnered a solid 41 points through five games.
Succop drilled field goals of 29, 44, 27 and 48 yards, missed a 36-yard attempt wide right and made his only extra-point try in the Buccaneers' 19-17 win over the Patriots on Sunday night. Succop was one of the Buccaneers' best offensive weapons on a night when the Patriots defense seemed to play with an extra sense of urgency against team legend Tom Brady. The veteran kicker had his busiest game of the season yet in terms of field goals, and his 48-yarder in the rain with 1:57 remaining proved to be the difference in the contest. Succop did miss a field-goal attempt for the second straight game, and unlike a Week 3 misfire from 55 yards out, Sunday night's came from the very makeable distance of 36 yards. Nevertheless, the 35-year-old remains a solid fantasy asset going into a Week 5 home matchup against the Dolphins that could afford a robust amount of scoring opportunities.
Succop made a 26-yard field goal, misfired on a 55-yard attempt and drilled all three extra-point tries in the Buccaneers' 34-24 loss to the Rams on Sunday. Succop's miss is excusable to an extent given the distance, and he otherwise was perfect on the day. The veteran remains a strong week-to-week option irrespective of his underwhelming showing Sunday, which largely was circumstantial. He'll look to bounce back with a more robust fantasy tally in a Week 4 road battle against the Patriots.
Succop did not log any field-goal attempts and converted six of seven extra-point tries in the Buccaneers' 48-25 win over the Falcons on Sunday. Through two games, the extreme efficiency of the Buccaneers' offense -- and in the case of Sunday, the defense's ability to also put the ball in the end zone off pick-sixes -- has worked against Succop's fantasy utility, with the veteran attempting just one field goal thus far, a Week 1 game-winning kick. Going into the season, there was a reasonable chance Succop's chances of putting three points on the board would dry up a notable amount in 2021, considering that Tom Brady working with a full season and postseason of experience in an aggressive downfield passing scheme was bound to lead to plenty of touchdowns. Nevertheless, there will still be weeks where Succop is called on for multiple field-goal attempts, and one such instance could certainly come as soon as a Week 3 road showdown versus a stingy Rams defense.
Succop drilled a game-winning 36-yard field goal and connected on all four extra-point tries in the Buccaneers' 31-29 win over the Cowboys on Thursday night. Succop picked up right where he left off in the team's 2020 championship season and made his one true pressure kick of the contest without any issues. The veteran could enjoy a strong fantasy campaign while tied to what should be one of the league's most successful offenses, though the improved efficiency the unit might display in its second year under head coach Bruce Arians' system may lead to fewer field-goal opportunities overall.
|WK||DATE||OPP||OPP RANK||OPP FPTS|
|8||10/31||@New Orleans Saints||18||7.00|
|10||11/14||@Washington Football Team||30||9.80|
|11||11/22||New York Giants||24||8.60|
|15||12/19||New Orleans Saints||18||7.00|
|17||01/02||@New York Jets||32||10.80|