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Field Goals
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Field Goals Attempted
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Extra Points
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Kicking Points
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Fantasy Points
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Fantasy Points per Game
2022 18 24 38 92 1179
2021 25 28 47 122 1298.1
2020 25 27 48 123 1277.9
3y Avg. 28 31 47 131 1368.5
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  • Chiefs' Harrison Butker: Finishes regular season strong

    Butker connected on his lone field-goal attempt and went 4-for-4 on point-after tries during Saturday's 31-13 win versus the Raiders. Butker nailed all five of his kicks to assist in the Chiefs earning the No. 1 seed -- aside from a playoff scenario that would result in the Bills and Chiefs playing at a neutral site. However, Butker finished the year with the lowest field-goal accuracy (75 percent), the fewest field-goal attempts (24) and the second-fewest extra-point tries of his career, resulting in his worst fantasy campaign. Butker wasn't particularly desirable as a fantasy kicker as a result, finishing outside the top 20 and off the radar in most formats. However, the Chiefs still led the league in scoring at 29.2 points per game, so Butker should be a highly valued target in drafts next season. Butker remains under contract in Kansas City through the 2023 campaign.
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  • Chiefs' Harrison Butker: Ready to go

    Butker (back) is active for Saturday's contest against the Raiders, Matt Derrick of ChiefsDigest.com reports. There was some real concern Butker would ultimately miss the regular-season finale, but after an extensive warm-up, the veteran kicker is good to go. It's possible the Chiefs may have to go through this same sort of cadence next week if they're unable to claim the No. 1 seed and first-round bye.
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  • Chiefs' Harrison Butker: Iffy for Saturday's game

    Butker (back) is listed as questionable for Saturday's game against the Raiders. Butker wasn't included on the Chiefs' injury report to begin Week 18 before he was added to the report Wednesday, when a bout with back spasms prevented him from practicing. He took a step in the right direction Thursday by returning to practice as a limited participant, but the Chiefs aren't yet comfortable clearing Butker to play in the regular-season finale. According to Herbie Teope of The Kansas City Star, head coach Andy Reid said after Thursday's session that "there's a chance" the team may need to add a kicker to the roster if Butker isn't fit to play Saturday. Kansas City would have to make any roster move by Friday if there's truly any lingering concern about Butker's availability.
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  • Chiefs' Harrison Butker: Returns to practice

    Butker (back) was on the practice field Thursday, Herbie Teope of The Kansas City Star reports. The extent of Butker participation is unknown, but his return to the field after dealing with back spasms Wednesday suggests he is making process in his recovery. The team has still yet to bring in another kicker, so it appears they may have some confidence in his ability to suit up Saturday against the Raiders.
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  • Chiefs' Harrison Butker: Sidelined due to back spasms

    Butker didn't practice Wednesday due to back spasms. Butker wasn't listed on the injury report Tuesday, but his addition Wednesday suddenly clouds his availability for Saturday's game against the Raiders. Kansas City currently doesn't have another kicker on its 53-man roster or practice squad, but Matthew Wright, who saw action with the Chiefs earlier in the season, remains a free agent after being let go by Pittsburgh.
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  • Chiefs' Harrison Butker: Slow night in kicking game

    Butker missed his only field goal attempt and all three of his extra-point tries during Sunday's 27-24 win over the Broncos. The Broncos' defense is a challenging fantasy matchup, which played a hand in Butker's relatively slow night in the kicking game. He hasn't quite converted in the kicking game at the same rate he has in every year prior, missing at a higher rate from both inside 50 yards and beyond than he has in any year prior. Butker's fantasy output has been relatively mediocre as a result, but he should remain a popular option as long as he is part of a Chiefs team led by Patrick Mahomes under center.
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  • Chiefs' Harrison Butker: Makes one field goal

    Butker connected on his lone field-goal attempt and made all three of his extra-point attempts in Saturday's win over the Seahawks. Butker's only field-goal attempt was good from 47 yards out late in the second quarter. The veteran kicker has now converted 77 percent of his field-goal attempts on the season, which is the lowest success rate of his career. Butker will look to be more efficient in Week 17 when the Chiefs host the Broncos.
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  • Chiefs' Harrison Butker: Misfires twice Sunday

    Butker connected on 1-for-2 field-goal attempts and 1-for-2 point-after tries during Sunday's 30-24 overtime win over the Texans. Butker had missed just one kick over the previous four games, so Sunday's showing was a bit disappointing, especially for fantasy teams hoping for a significant playoff effort from him. For those still forging on, Butker and the Chiefs have a good matchup for an offensive explosion next week against a Seattle defense yielding the fourth-most points per game (25.4) this season.
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  • Chiefs' Harrison Butker: Nails all six attempts

    Butker went 2-for-2 on field-goal attempts and 4-for-4 on point-after tries during Sunday's 34-28 win against the Broncos. Butker has missed just one kick over the last four games and has made multiple field goals in three of the last four. He remains one of the top options at the kicker spot in fantasy leagues and sees some good matchups over the season's final weeks.
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  • Chiefs' Harrison Butker: Misfires on late game-tying kick

    Butker went 1-for-2 on field-goal attempts and 3-for-3 on point-after tries during Sunday's 27-24 loss against the Bengals. Butker had a flawless 4-for-4 night going on kicks before he attempted a 55-yard field goal with less than four minutes remaining to knot up the game. Unfortunately, it sailed wide right, and the Chiefs didn't get another opportunity. That doesn't devalue Butker much from a fantasy standpoint. He's knocked home a combined eight field goals in the last three weeks.
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  • Chiefs' Harrison Butker: Perfect again in kicking game

    Butker converted all four of his field-goal attempts and both of his extra-point tries during Sunday's 26-10 victory over the Rams. After an empty Week 10 showing, Butker has come back with his two biggest fantasy efforts of the year over the last pair of weeks, knocking home a combined seven field goals and five extra points. He hasn't missed a kick over that span, which is a good sign after he missed at least one in the four games prior. He remains one of the top fantasy options at the position, kicking behind a Chiefs offense that leads the league with 29.6 points per game.
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  • Chiefs' Harrison Butker: No field-goal tries in Week 10

    Butker went 3-for-4 on point-after tries during Sunday's 27-17 win versus Jacksonville. Butker left both a point and a fantasy point on the board with his missed PAT, but it would have been a disappointing fantasy showing either way, mainly because the Chiefs never attempted a field goal when in scoring range. It's not exactly a case of going for it on fourth either; the Chiefs have gone for it on fourth just eight times in nine games, tying for the sixth-fewest fourth-down attempts in the NFL. Butker has attempted at least one field goal in every other game, and the early odds peg the Chiefs-Chargers as one of the highest-score contests next week, so Butker should have an excellent chance to bounce back.
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  • Chiefs' Harrison Butker: Hits game-winner despite struggles

    Butker connected on two of three field-goal attempts and missed his only extra-point try during Sunday's 20-17 overtime win over Tennessee. After missing just once all year in 2021 from inside 50 yards, Butker has now missed twice from inside 50 in the last two games. He added a missed PAT on his only try in this one, likely leaving a sour taste in his mouth with his first miss on those this season. He's still just a few weeks back from an ankle issue that cost him some time, and Butker has a strong track record in Kansas City, so it's unlikely he's on the hot seat, and he's still kicking for one of the league best offenses in terms of points per game (30.4), so Butker should be rostered in the vast majority of fantasy leagues.
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  • Chiefs' Harrison Butker: Misfires once in seven kicks

    Butker went 0-for-1 on field-goal attempts and 6-for-6 on point-after tries during Sunday's 44-23 win against the 49ers. Unfortunately, Butker's lone miss Sunday came on an attempt that counts for the most for fantasy purposes, but he at least knocked home all six of his extra-point tries to maintain some fantasy value. The Chiefs demonstrated their offensive prowess against one of the better defenses in the NFL, which bodes well for his outlook.
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  • Chiefs' Harrison Butker: Long make in return

    Butker made two of his three field-goal attempts and both of his extra-point tries in Sunday's 24-20 loss to the Bills. Butker returned from an ankle injury suffered in the season opener to drain a 62-yarder before halftime. While he went wide left with a 51-yard try to begin the third quarter, Butker rallied to make from 44 yards later on. Now that he's healthy again, look for Butker to resurface as one of the league's most productive kickers.
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  • Chiefs' Harrison Butker: Will be available Sunday

    Butker (ankle) doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's matchup against the Bills. As expected, Butker will be available Week 6 for the first time since spraining his ankle in the season opener. The Chiefs scored 42 points in an overtime win the last time these teams met in the 2021 postseason, so Butker should get plenty of opportunities during his first game back following a four-game absence.
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  • Chiefs' Harrison Butker: Practices fully, should play Sunday

    Butker (ankle) practiced fully Thursday. Butker has been sidelined since spraining his ankle Week 1, but he practiced without limitations Thursday and should be good to go for Sunday's game versus the Bills. Chiefs special teams coordinator Dave Toub also said that he expects Butker to play this weekend barring any setbacks, per Adam Teicher of ESPN.com.
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  • Chiefs' Harrison Butker: Should return Sunday

    Chiefs special teams coordinator Dave Toub said Thursday that Butker (ankle) is expected to play Sunday against the Bills if the kicker avoids any setbacks in practice over the next two days, Adam Teicher of ESPN.com reports. Butker hasn't played since spraining his left ankle Week 1, but he appears to be on the verge of a return. Per Nate Taylor of The Athletic, Butker was spotted Thursday doing his usual three-step routine on field goals, suggesting the injury isn't affecting how he approaches his kicks.
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  • Chiefs' Harrison Butker: Logs limited practice Wednesday

    Butker (ankle) was a limited participant at practice Wednesday ahead of Sunday's game versus Buffalo, Matt McMullen of the Chiefs' official site reports. Butker hasn't played since he sprained his ankle Week 1, but his participation in practice Wednesday suggests he's nearing a return to the field. If the Chiefs decide to err on the side of caution and hold Butker out for Sunday's game, Matthew Wright would be slated to handle kicking duties in Butker's stead.
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  • Chiefs' Harrison Butker: Out once again

    Butker (ankle) has been ruled out ahead of Monday's game against the Raiders. This comes as no surprise considering Butker was not able to practice all week. Expect Matthew Wright to once again taking over the kicking duties in a matchup that figures to have plenty of offense.
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