Player Outlook
Gano has made 92.8% of his field goals over the past four seasons and 92.7% of his extra points over the same stretch. He's one of the most accurate kickers in the NFL over that stretch. But he'll need the Giants offense to find more success if he's going to be a reliable Fantasy option. Last year he only had 17 extra point opportunities in 17 games. Gano can be ignored in most leagues unless the Giants prove they're going to provide more scoring opportunities.

Fantasy Stats

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Year fg
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
2021 29 33 17 104 1116.5
2020 31 32 21 114 1197.4
3y Avg. 30 32 19 109 1156.8
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Fantasy News

  • Giants' Graham Gano: Practicing long snapping

    Gano appears to have added to his special-teams skill set by practicing as a long snapper this offseason, Serena Burks of USA Today reports. Gano's roster spot is already secure as the team's kicker after he converted better than 88 percent of his field-goal attempts for the fourth year in a row in 2021, but his ability to provide a possible backup option behind current Giants long snapper Casey Kreiter is a plus. The 35-year-old signed a three-year, $14 million contract just three months after joining the Giants in August 2020 and is currently the only kicker listed on the team's official roster.
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  • Giants' Graham Gano: Minimal impact in Week 18

    Gano made his lone extra-point try in Sunday's 22-7 loss to Washington. Gano had fairly consistent production early in the 2021 campaign, but he didn't attempt more than two kicks in any of the last five games since the Giants' offense struggled with Mike Glennon and Jake Fromm under center. During his second season with the Giants, the 34-year-old converted 29 of 33 field-goal attempts while making all 17 of his extra-point tries.
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  • Giants' Graham Gano: Limited to one kick in loss

    Gano made his lone field-goal attempt in Sunday's 29-3 loss to the Bears. Gano hasn't missed a kick since Week 13. The problem is that he's only seen four field-goal and two extra-point tries in that four-game span.
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  • Giants' Graham Gano: Ready for Week 17

    Gano (illness) doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's game against the Bears, Dan Salomone of the Giants' official site reports. Gano was dealing with a non-COVID-19 illness this week, but it won't affect his availability for Week 17. The 34-year-old is 28-for-32 on field goals and 16-for-16 on PATs through 15 games this season, though his fantasy outlook is limited with the Giants scuffling in the absence of Daniel Jones (neck).
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  • Giants' Graham Gano: Dealing with non-COVID illness

    Gano didn't participate in Wednesday's practice due to anon-COVID-19-related illness, Dan Salomone of the Giants' official site reports. So long as Gano is able to get back on the practice field by Friday, his availability for Sunday's game in Chicago shouldn't be in question.
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  • Giants' Graham Gano: Makes both kicks in loss

    Gano made his only field-goal attempt and his only extra-point try during Sunday's 34-10 loss to the Eagles. After seven straight punts to open the game, Gano put the Giants on the board by capping an 11-play, 39-yard drive with a 54-yard field goal. However, with Jake Fromm and Mike Glennon leading the charge, the Giants' offense only mustered 192 total yards, so Gano's opportunities were few and far between. The 34-year-old is now 28-for-32 on field-goal attempts this season, but his fantasy production continues to be limited by a depleted offense.
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  • Giants' Graham Gano: Perfect in loss

    Gano made both of his field-goal attempts in Sunday's 21-6 loss to the Cowboys. The Giants were unable to generate much offense at home in Week 15, and Gano was responsible for the team's only scoring with field goals in the first and third quarters. He didn't appear to be limited after he dealt with a non-COVID illness this week, and he's now converted eight of 10 field-goal attempts while making all three extra-point tries across the last five games.
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  • Giants' Graham Gano: Back at practice

    Gano (illness) was a full participant in Thursday's practice, Dan Salomone of the Giants' official site reports. A non-COVID-19-related ailment kept Gano away from the facility Wednesday, but the veteran kicker continued to test negative for the virus and was able to get back on the field a day later. Gano has been one of the top players at his position in 2021, converting 25 of 29 field-goal attempts, with three of his misfires coming from at least 50 yards.
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  • Giants' Graham Gano: Absent from practice

    Gano didn't participate in Wednesday's walk-through practice due to a non-COVID-19-related illness, Dan Salomone of the Giants' official site reports. Given the league-wide surge in players testing positive for COVID-19, Gano's absence from practice due to an illness creates some level of concern, but the veteran kicker apparently hasn't contracted the virus at this stage. So long as he continues to test negative and returns to practice by Friday, Gano should be in good shape to play Sunday against the Cowboys.
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  • Giants' Graham Gano: Minimal production in loss

    Gano made his lone extra-point try in Sunday's 37-21 loss to the Chargers. Gano made an extra-point try late in the first quarter of Sunday's matchup before the Chargers put up 30 unanswered points. As a result, the Giants went for the two-point conversion after each of their touchdowns in the fourth quarter. Although he saw limited work against the Chargers, he's attempted multiple field goals in four of the last seven games. During that time, he's made 13 of 15 field-goal attempts while converting all nine of his extra-point tries.
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  • Giants' Graham Gano: Makes three field goals Sunday

    Gano converted three of four field-goal attempts during Sunday's 20-9 loss to the Dolphins. The Giants failed to generate much offensive production in Sunday's matchup, but Gano gave the team the lead with a 39-yard field goal in the second quarter. He also made his first two field-goal attempts in the second half, but he missed a 56-yard attempt late in the fourth quarter that would have brought the deficit within one possession. Since the Giants' Week 10 bye, Gano has made six of eight field-goal attempts while converting both of his extra-point tries.
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  • Giants' Graham Gano: Converts three kicks in win

    Gano made two of three field-goal attempts and his lone PAT during Sunday's 13-7 win over the Eagles. Gano missed from 51 yards out wide right, but he was good from 39 and 35 yards to help the Giants defeat a divisional rival. The 34-year-old is enjoying a successful season and has gone 22-for-25 on field goals -- with two misses from 50-plus yards -- while making all 14 PATS through 11 games.
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  • Giants' Graham Gano: Perfect for fifth straight game

    Gano converted his lone field-goal attempt and his only extra-point try during Monday's 30-10 loss to the Buccaneers. Gano hasn't missed a kick since Week 5, though in that span he's had three games with just a single field-goal attempt. Nonetheless, the veteran remains reliably accurate, and the Giants' divisional matchup against the Eagles on Sunday could provide him more scoring opportunities.
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  • Giants' Graham Gano: Overcomes stomach bug

    Gano (illness) wasn't included on New York's initial Week 11 practice report and is on track to play Monday in Tampa Bay, Dan Salomone of the Giants' official site reports. According to Jordan Raanan of ESPN.com, Gano wasn't present for the Giants' informal practice session Wednesday due to a stomach bug, but he apparently was able to make a full recovery 24 hours later. Through nine games, Gano has made a strong case for receiving his second Pro Bowl nod. He's converted 19 of 21 field-goal attempts -- including a 5-for-6 mark from 50-plus yards -- while drilling all 12 of his extra-point tries.
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  • Giants' Graham Gano: Dealing with illness

    Gano isn't practicing with the Giants on Wednesday due to an illness, Dan Duggan of The Athletic reports. Head coach Joe Judge said Wednesday that Gano and linebacker Lorenzo Carter are both away from the team while battling stomach bugs, but thus far neither player has been placed on the COVID-19 list. The Giants will release their first official practice report of the week Thursday, so Gano's status will need to be monitored as Monday's matchup with the Buccaneers approaches.
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  • Giants' Graham Gano: Remains perfect in Week 9

    Gano made all three of his field-goal attempts and converted both of his extra-point tries in Sunday's 23-16 win over the Raiders. Gano made a 35-yard field goal late in the first half of Sunday's matchup, and he drilled a pair of field-goal attempts in the fourth quarter to extend the Giants' lead. The 34-year-old hasn't missed any kicks across the last four weeks and has converted all eight of his field-goal attempts while making all six of his extra-point tries during that time.
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  • Giants' Graham Gano: Perfect in Week 8

    Gano made both extra-point attempts and one short field goal during Monday's 20-17 loss against the Chiefs. Gano was perfect for the third straight week as the Giants nearly knocked off the defending AFC champions on Monday. The Giants had the last possession in a close loss, but they failed to set Gano up in field-goal range to try and tie the game. The veteran kicker has yet to miss an extra point (10-for-10) and is 16-for-18 in field-goal tries on the season. Gano has remained an average fantasy kicker option in a low-scoring offense as the Giants have been very inefficient with red-zone opportunities this year, resulting in a lot of short field-goal attempts.
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  • Giants' Graham Gano: Makes three more field goals in win

    Gano converted all three field-goal attempts and a pair of PAT tries in Sunday's 25-3 win over the Panthers. With New York's defense stymieing Sam Darnold and the Panthers, the offense pulled away late on another busy afternoon for Gano. The former Carolina kicker has now converted 15 of his league-leading 17 field-goal attempts, as a Giants offense that moves the ball well but struggles to punch it in has provided ideal conditions for the accurate Gano to thrive.
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  • Giants' Graham Gano: Bounces back after early miss

    Gano made two of his three field-goal attempts and both his extra-point tries during Sunday's 44-20 loss to the Cowboys. Gano pushed a 54-yard attempt wide right on the Giants' opening drive of Week 5, but he was able to bounce back and make his next four kicks -- including two 51-yarders. The 34-year-old opened the scoring for New York with his first make at the beginning of the second quarter, and then he cut Dallas' lead to 17-13 with his second make to open the second half. Gano has been a consistent producer this season, but the Giants' offense may struggle to move the ball if they are without Daniel Jones (concussion) and Saquon Barkley (ankle) for an extended period.
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  • Giants' Graham Gano: Bounces back after early miss

    Gano made two of his three field-goal attempts and his only extra point during Sunday's 26-20 overtime win over the Saints. Gano couldn't open the scoring with a 35-yard field goal, as he missed it wide left. However, the 34-year-old bounced back and made his final three kicks, including a 48-yarder to tie the score at 21 with 31 seconds remaining. Gano remains a reliable kicker, but his fantasy production is limited due to the Giants' inconsistent offense.
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