Player Outlook
Elliott should once again be considered a No. 1 Fantasy kicker, and he's worth drafting with a last-round pick in all leagues. While he only made 20 field goals in 2022, he had a career-high 51 PATs. The Eagles offense should give Elliott plenty of chances to score points, and he should reward Fantasy managers most weeks. He also made 30 field goals in 2021, so he's capable of connecting on plenty of field goals when given the chance. Elliott has averaged at least 7.5 Fantasy points per game in three of six seasons in the NFL.

Fantasy Stats

field goals fantasy
Year fg
Field Goals
Field Goals Attempted
Extra Points
Kicking Points
Fantasy Points
Fantasy Points per Game
2023 19 21 33 90 968.7
2022 20 23 51 111 1177.3
2021 30 33 44 134 1478.6
3y Avg. 21 25 40 103 1116.9
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  • Eagles' Jake Elliott: Sends game to OT with 59-yarder

    Elliott converted four extra points and made a game-tying 59-yard field goal with 20 seconds remaining in regulation in Sunday's 37-34 overtime win over the Bills. The Eagles had advanced as far as the Buffalo 34-yard line on their final drive before a sack and a pair of false starts pushed them back seven yards and gave Elliott quite a tough task, but he managed to convert under pressure through the wind and rain to keep his team alive. He's now 6-for-7 from beyond 50 yards this season, though the Eagles have been better at getting into the end zone of late, cutting into his fantasy value. He's averaged 0.5 made field goals over the last six games after averaging 3.2 over his first five contests.
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  • Eagles' Jake Elliott: Only sees extra-point opportunities

    Elliott wasn't called upon to kick a field goal in the Eagles' 21-17 win over the Chiefs on Monday, but he did make all three of his extra-point tries. Elliott has had limited opportunities since Week 5, seeing the field for only three FGAs in his last five games and none in his last two. However, he continues to see a heavy amount of PATs, with 18 opportunities over that same timeframe. Next up for Elliott and the Eagles is a matchup with the Bills in Week 12.
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  • Eagles' Jake Elliott: Zero field-goal attempts in win

    Elliott didn't attempt a single field goal in Sunday's 28-23 win over the Cowboys but did convert all four of his extra points. The Eagles offense has been better at getting into the end zone in recent weeks, to the detriment of Elliott's fantasy value. Over the first five games, he averaged 3.4 field goal attempts and 2.4 extra points. Over the last five contests, he's averaged just 0.8 field-goal attempts but 3.8 extra points. The Eagles will hope that trend continues after their Week 10 bye.
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  • Eagles' Jake Elliott: Mostly on extra-point duty

    Elliott converted his lone field-goal attempt and all five of his extra points in Sunday's 38-31 win over Washington. Elliott was accurate from 51 yards in the first quarter and then wasn't asked to do anything difficult the rest of the way. It's the third straight week in which he's attempted just a single field goal, which follows a streak in which he attempted at least three kicks in five consecutive games to begin the year.
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  • Eagles' Jake Elliott: Converts all kicks

    Elliott made his only field-goal attempt and all four of his extra-point tries in Sunday night's 31-17 win over the Dolphns. Elliott converted from 24 yards on his lone field goal. Through seven games, he sports 68 points, currently leading all kickers in scoring.
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  • Eagles' Jake Elliott: Misses from 37 yards

    Elliott made both of his extra-point attempts but missed his only field-goal try in Sunday's 20-14 loss to the Jets. Elliott had been a big fantasy producer in the first five weeks of the season, averaging over three made field goals per game. He produced a dud in Week 6, however, missing from 37 yards in his lone attempt. The Eagles offense as a whole struggled as they lost for the first time this season, with four turnovers cutting drives short before Elliott got the chance to work.
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  • Eagles' Jake Elliott: Three more field goals in Week 5

    Elliott went 3-for-3 on field-goal attempts and 2-for-2 on extra points in Sunday's 23-14 win over the Rams. Elliott didn't have a particularly difficult day, converting one 34-yard attempt and a pair of 26-yarders. The fact that he was yet again asked to attempt at least three field goals is significant, however. He's done so in all five games this season after attempting more than two field goals just once in the entirety of last season. That's a byproduct of the Eagles falling from No. 3 to No. 27 in red-zone touchdown percentage this season, and if that inefficiency persists, it will be to the benefit of Elliott's fantasy managers.
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  • Eagles' Jake Elliott: Kicks 54-yard overtime winner

    Elliott kicked a 54-yard game winner in overtime against Washington on Sunday, one of six kicks (four field goals and two extra points) he made on the day. The Eagles could only get nine of the 17 yards they needed on a third down just inside midfield, but they trusted Elliott to convert from beyond 50 yards, something he'd done on three of four attempts over the first three games. The kick improved Philadelphia to 4-0 on the year and marked the second time Elliott has made four field goals this season.
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  • Eagles' Jake Elliott: Clean performance in Week 3

    Elliott didn't miss a kick in Monday's win over the Buccaneers, converting two extra points and three field goals. Elliott will be happy with his first perfect performance of the season after missing one kick in each of the Eagles' first two games, though to be fair, he wasn't asked to do anything difficult this time around. After attempting two kicks from beyond 50 yards in both of the first two weeks, he was merely asked to convert from 36, 38 and 26 yards. Perhaps most notable is the fact that Elliott has already been given 10 field-goal attempts through three weeks. Last year, he didn't attempt his 10th field goal until Week 12, with the Eagles finishing drives at an uncommon rate, but they've been coming up short more frequently this season.
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  • Eagles' Jake Elliott: Kicker to Sit

    Elliott only had seven games last season where he attempted multiple field goals, and he only scored more than eight Fantasy points five times. This could be a week where he has a big game if the Patriots defense keeps the Eagles out of the end zone, but New England is typically stingy with allowing opposing Fantasy points to kickers. In three of the past four seasons, the Patriots have been top five in fewest Fantasy points allowed to kickers. I would look for another kicker in Week 1 -- and maybe for the entire year.
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  • Eagles' Jake Elliott: Good from 56 yards

    Elliott converted his only field-goal attempt and his only extra point in Sunday's 20-10 loss to the Saints. In previous weeks, Elliott's fantasy value had been muted by the fact that the Eagles kept finding the end zone rather than stalling and attempting a kick. This time around, his value was muted by the fact that the Philadelphia offense had a rare off day. It wasn't all bad for the kicker, however, as he did set a season high by converting from 56 yards.
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  • Eagles' Jake Elliott: Perfect in busiest game of season

    Elliott went 6-for-6 on extra points and 2-for-2 on field-goal attempts in Sunday's 48-22 victory over the Giants. Elliott's eight total kick attempts Sunday represent a new season high. As usual, the Eagles' prolific offense found the end zone often enough to deny a huge fantasy outburst for Elliott, but it was still a very productive day for the kicker. Elliott didn't even have to work too hard to put up his points, as his field-goal attempts came from 29 and 39 yards.
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  • Eagles' Jake Elliott: Makes five extra-point attempts

    Elliott converted all five of his extra-point attempts but was not asked to kick a single field goal in Sunday's 35-10 win over the Titans. The Eagles latest win represented an even more extreme version of how they've gotten their points throughout the season, as the team continues to be so good at finding the end zone that they haven't needed Elliott to do all that much. No team has scored more touchdowns than Philadelphia's 44, but their 13 field-goal attempts trail every other team by at least five.
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  • Eagles' Jake Elliott: Makes both field-goal attempts

    Elliott converted both of his field-goal attempts and four of his five extra-point attempts in Sunday's 40-33 win over the Packers. Elliott is still yet to attempt more than two field goals in a game this season, but he matched his season high Sunday by making six total kicks. His second missed extra point of the year does stand out as a notable negative, but he also made his second kick of the season from beyond 50 yards, converting a 54-yarder late in the fourth quarter to stretch the Eagles' lead to 10.
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  • Eagles' Jake Elliott: Makes all kicks

    Elliott did not attempt any field goals but made all three of his extra-point tries in Monday night's 32-21 loss to the Commanders. Elliott has been called on for merely eight field-goal attempts all season, restricting his output. Despite missing only three of 35 total kicks, his 44 points rank outside the top 25 players at his position.
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  • Eagles' Jake Elliott: Only needed for extra points

    Elliott went 5-for-5 on extra-point attempts in Sunday's Week 8 win over the Steelers but was not asked to kick any field goals. Elliott hasn't lost any effectiveness this season, but the Eagles have found the end zone frequently enough that his fantasy value has taken a hit. He's only missed two kicks (one field goal and one extra point) all season, but the Eagles rank last in the league in field-goal attempts thanks in large part to the fact that they rank second in the league in touchdowns.
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  • Eagles' Jake Elliott: Limited again Thursday

    Elliott (right ankle) practiced in a limited capacity Thursday. Following a DNP this past Sunday at Arizona due to a right ankle injury, Elliott has been able to kick this week, albeit with a cap on his reps. Still, he converted a number of field-goal attempts in the 40-yard range and also kicked off using a tee at Thursday's session, according to Josh Tolentino of The Philadelphia Inquirer. It's unclear if Elliott is in line to play Sunday against the Cowboys, but if he doesn't, he'll hand over placekicking duties to practice-squad member Cameron Dicker for a second consecutive contest.
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  • Eagles' Jake Elliott: Not slated to play Sunday

    Elliott (ankle) isn't in line to play Sunday at Arizona, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Elliott emerged from the Eagles' Week 4 win versus the Jaguars with a right ankle injury, which hasn't allowed him to practice this week. The team signed undrafted rookie Cameron Dicker to its practice squad Tuesday, and it appears he's destined to be elevated Saturday and sub in for Elliott on Sunday. As for Elliott, his absence isn't expected to be a long-term one, so he could be available Week 6 against the Cowboys.
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  • Eagles' Jake Elliott: Sitting out again Thursday

    Elliott (ankle) observed Thursday's practice while practice squad member Cameron Dicker handled kicking duties, Josh Tolentino of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports. Elliott toughed out a right ankle issue during the Eagles' Week 4 win against the Jaguars, a contest in which he made his only field-goal attempt and two of three point-after tries. In the wake of the injury, he has yet to practice this week, while the team signed Dicker to the practice squad Tuesday. Philadelphia doesn't need to make a decision on Elliott's status until 90 minutes before Sunday's 4:25 p.m. kickoff in Arizona, but the situation could be settled well before then, especially if he remains sidelined at Friday's session.
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  • Eagles' Jake Elliott: Hoping to play

    Elliott (ankle) didn't practice Wednesday but said he hopes to be ready for Sunday's game in Arizona, Jeff McLane of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports. Elliott played through the injury in Sunday's 29-21 win over the Jaguars, though it may have been a factor in him missing one of his extra-point tries. His Week 5 matchup with Arizona appears favorable if Elliott is deemed healthy enough to play, something the Eagles may determine in practice this week, or perhaps in the hours leading up to this Sunday's 4:25 p.m. ET kickoff.
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