Butker connected on each of his four field-goal attempts and four extra-point attempts Sunday against the Patriots. Butker has yet to miss either a field goal or extra point so far this campaign, going a perfect 36-for-36 on overall kicks and 11-for-11 on field goals. He should be one of the top fantasy kickers the rest of the way as part of a Chiefs team trailing just the Saints in points per game (35.8).
Butker converted each of his three field-goal attempts and also made all three extra-point attempts Sunday against the Jaguars. The Chiefs' offense was barely slowed Sunday, but a few stalled-out drives resulted in three field-goal attempts, nearly matching the four Butker had coming into Week 5. He has already attempted 22 extra points this season, nearly matching the 28 he logged over 13 games as a rookie last year. Given the explosiveness of the Chiefs' offense, more of the same should be on the way for Butker.
Butker connected on both of his field-goal attempts and made all of his three extra-point attempts Monday against the Broncos. Thanks to an explosive Chiefs offense, Butker is pacing the league in extra points made through the first four games. Unfortunately for his fantasy owners, the Kansas City offense hasn't stalled out much while in field-goal range, resulting in only four field-goal attempts over that span. That could change next week against a tough Jacksonville defense.
Butker converted a 37-yard field goal on his lone attempt and made all five of his extra-point tries in Sunday's 38-27 win over the 49ers. Butker has racked up more extra points (16) than any kicker so far, benefitting from a Chiefs offense that's been unstoppable through three weeks. Should it become less efficient, however, Butker could rack up more points through field-goal attempts, as he's been limited to two such opportunities this season. On the whole, though, his team's success has translated into a fine start.
Butker did not attempt a field goal, but made all six of his extra-point tries in Sunday's 42-37 win over the Steelers. Butker did all that was asked of him from a Kansas City offense that was highly efficient Sunday. Given how well the Chiefs have moved the ball so far this season, Butker should have plenty of scoring opportunities going forward, even if those were limited to one-point chances in Week 2.
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|WK||DATE||OPP||OPP RANK||OPP FPTS|
|11||11/20||@Los Angeles Rams||6||6.50|
|15||12/14||Los Angeles Chargers||10||6.67|