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Year fg
Field Goals
Field Goals Attempted
Extra Points
Kicking Points
Fantasy Points
Fantasy Points per Game
2021 6 7 10 28 284.7
2020 3 3 2 11 1111
3y Avg. 4 5 6 18 184.5
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  • Patriots' Tristan Vizcaino: Inks deal with New England

    The Patriots signed Vizcaino on Friday. Vizcaino worked out with the Patriots during the team's minicamp practices this week and apparently did enough to supplant Quinn Nordin, who hasn't been practicing this spring, per Mike Reiss of With Nordin let go, Vizcaino will likely head into training camp as the primary backup to Nick Folk, who signed a two-year, $5 million deal this offseason.
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  • Tristan Vizcaino: Working out with Pats

    Vizcaino is participating in New England's minicamp this week, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports. Apparently the Ravens plan to work Vizcaino out next week too if he's not signed by then. The Patriots signed Nick Folk to a two-year, $5 million contract in March, and it's unlikely he's in any real danger of ceding his position as the team's placekicker to Vizcaino.
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  • Tristan Vizcaino: Reinstated to practice squad

    Vizcaino (undisclosed) was restored to the Chargers' practice squad from the practice squad COVID-19 list Wednesday, Daniel Popper of The Athletic reports. It's a significant development for Vizcaino and the Chargers, as kicker Dustin Hopkins tested positive for the virus Tuesday. Hopkins still has a chance to clear the health and safety protocols in time to play Sunday against Denver, but Vizcaino is set to take over if Hopkins is unavailable.
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  • Tristan Vizcaino: Added to COVID-19 list

    Vizcaino (undisclosed) was placed on the Chargers' practice squad COVID-19 list Thursday, Jeff Miller of the Los Angeles Times reports. Vizcaino has been on the Chargers' practice squad since being cut by the team in late October. He'll now sidelined for at least several days, though he could be restored to the practice squad in relatively short order if he's vaccinated.
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  • Tristan Vizcaino: Sticking with Chargers

    Vizcaino was signed to the Chargers' practice squad Thursday, Jeff Miller of the Los Angeles Times reports. The 25-year-old was cut in favor of Dustin Hopkins on Tuesday but will remain with the organization on the practice squad. Vizcaino went 6-for-7 on field goals and 10-for-15 on PAT through six games, and he'll now serve as a reserve kicking option going forward.
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  • Tristan Vizcaino: Cut by Chargers

    Vizcaino was waived by the Chargers on Tuesday, Doug Kyed of Pro Football Focus reports. Vizcaino missed his fifth extra point of the season Week 6 against the Ravens, and the Chargers are now deciding to go in a different direction after their bye week. The 25-year-old went 6-for-7 on field-goal attempts, with his miss coming from 44 yards out. Dustin Hopkins was signed by Los Angeles to take over kicking duties.
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  • Chargers' Tristan Vizcaino: Another extra-point miss

    Vizcaino missed his long extra-point attempt in Sunday's 34-6 loss to the Ravens. At this point the Chargers have some serious issues at kicker, a phrase that's been too often repeated over the years. While Vizcaino never got a chance to attempt a field goal given the dismal performance from the offense, he did tack on another missed extra point, his fifth miss in the last four games. There's been no talk about replacing Vizcaino at this stage of the season, but these types of errors likely can't be repeatable for much longer.
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  • Chargers' Tristan Vizcaino: Gaffes nearly costly

    Vizcaino made just three of his five extra-point attempts in Sunday's 47-42 win over the Browns. That's now four missed extra points over the last three weeks for the second-year kicker. While coach Brandon Staley expressed some level of confidence in Vizcaino, the Chargers' notorious kicking issues certainly appear to be coming to the surface once again. Given the high potency of the Chargers offense, Vizcaino might be a relevant fantasy asset if he's able to become more accurate.
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  • Chargers' Tristan Vizcaino: No field-goal attempts

    Vizcaino made all four of his extra-point attempts in Monday's 28-14 win over the Raiders. Vizcaino didn't need to attempt any field goals given the Chargers' proficiencies in the red zone. The second-year kicker has had his struggles to start the year, but given his role in a high-powered offense, Vizcaino is likely due for better fantasy days ahead.
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  • Chargers' Tristan Vizcaino: Misses two more

    Vizcaino made his only field-goal attempt but missed two of three extra-point tries in Sunday's 30-24 win over the Chiefs. Vizcaino had a costly miss in Week 2 and added pressure to Sunday's contest by failing on a couple PAT tries. Although the Chargers were able to hold on and win, Vizcaino's job security could be threatened if he continues to struggle. His 24-yard field goal and lone successful extra point Sunday brought his tally to 21 points through three games this season.
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  • Chargers' Tristan Vizcaino: Miss proves crucial in loss

    Vizcaino (illness) made three of his four field-goal attempts and did not attempt an extra point in Sunday's 20-17 loss to the Cowboys. Vizcaino never attempted a kick longer than 46 yards, but the missed 44-yard try to essentially end the first half predictably came back to haunt the Chargers. The offense has been dynamic with quarterback Justin Herbert throwing for 300-plus yards in back-to-back games, but struggles near the red zone have allowed Vizcaino to attempt six kicks through two games. It's hard to imagine that changing much in a likely high-octane matchup against the Chiefs in Week 3.
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  • Chargers' Tristan Vizcaino: Good to go for Week 2

    Vizcaino (illness) practiced fully Friday and doesn't carry an injury designation into Sunday's game against the Cowboys. Vizcaino was limited Thursday by a non-COVID illness, but he was able to bounce back Friday. The kicker could be in for a busy afternoon in what's expected to be one of the higher-scoring games of Week 2.
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  • Chargers' Tristan Vizcaino: Limited at practice

    Vizcaino (illness) was limited at practice Thursday. Friday's injury report will reveal whether Vizcaino's Week 2 availability is in any question. He's currently the only kicker on the Chargers' roster, active or practice squad.
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  • Chargers' Tristan Vizcaino: Perfect in first start

    Vizcaino made both of his field-goal attempts as well as his only two extra-point attempts in Sunday's 20-16 win over Washington. Vizcaino didn't attempt a field goal longer than 33 yards, but given the kicking troubles in the past for Los Angeles, a perfect showing is particularly heartening. Vizcaino should be poised for a potential fruitful outing with the Chargers offense taking on a putrid Cowboys defense in Week 2.
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  • Chargers' Tristan Vizcaino: Wins job over Badgley

    Vizcaino won a job battle with Michael Badgley, who was cut by the Chargers on Tuesday, Gilbert Manzano of The Orange County Register reports. Vizcaino thus figures to enter Week 1 as the team's kicker, attached to an ascending offense led by QB Justin Herbert, WR Keenan Allen and RB Austin Ekeler, along with a revamped offensive line that got three high-profile additions in the offseason. However, Vizcaino has just one NFL appearance to his name, and fantasy managers aren't wrong to be wary of an untested kicker in a Chargers uniform. A Week 1 trip to Washington isn't appealing, but Vizcaino could enter streaming consideration for potential shootouts in Week 2 (vs. DAL), Week 3 (at KC) and Week 4 (vs. LV). Of course, he's one or two bad games away from losing his job, and the Chargers may even keep a kicker on the practice squad.
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  • Chargers' Tristan Vizcaino: Heading to Los Angeles

    The Chargers signed Vizcaino on Friday. Vizcaino has one game of NFL experience, during which he made all three of his field-goal attempts and added two extra points while suiting up for the 49ers in Week 17 of the 2020 season. The 24-year-old will now aim to see more action in 2021 as a member of the Chargers.
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  • Tristan Vizcaino: Inks practice squad deal

    The Bills signed Vizcaino to the practice squad Saturday. Vizcaino will add organizational depth at kicker behind starter Tyler Bass. A Washington product, Vizcaino has played just one game since entering the league in 2018, connecting on all three field-goal attempts and both extra-point tries for San Francisco.
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  • Tristan Vizcaino: Tries out in Buffalo

    Vizcaino worked out for the Bills on Tuesday, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports. Tyler Bass is the only kicker under contract with the Bills. With the continued uncertainty regarding COVID-19, Vizcaino could serve as the emergency backup while the Bills compete for their first Super Bowl championship. Vizcaino played in one game during the 2020 season, connecting on all three field-goal attempts and both extra-point tries for the 49ers.
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  • Tristan Vizcaino: Shuffles back to practice squad

    Vizcaino reverted to the 49ers' practice squad Monday, per the NFL's official transaction log. An undrafted free agent in 2018, Vizcaino finally made his NFL debut in Sunday's 26-23 loss to the Seahawks. The Washington product put together a perfect outing, connecting on all three field-goal attempts, including a 47-yarder, and both extra-point tries. This was a solid tryout for Vizcaino, so he could get some looks this offseason.
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  • 49ers' Tristan Vizcaino: Snagged by 49ers

    San Francisco signed Vizcaino from the Vikings' practice squad Wednesday, Jennifer Lee Chan of NBC Sports Bay Area reports. Vizcaino could be called upon to make his NFL debut Sunday against Seattle, as he finds himself as the only kicker on the 49ers' active roster after Robbie Gould was placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list Wednesday. The 24-year-old previously saw action with the Bengals in the 2019 preseason, converting all three of his extra-point tries while going 4-for-7 on field-goal attempts.
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