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Hopkins made one of two field-goal attempts and his lone extra-point try during Sunday's 17-16 win over the Dolphins.
Hopkins missed his second field-goal try of the year during the Week 6 win, though he remains perfect in extra-point scenarios. Washington's offense has struggled mightily in recent weeks, and Hopkins is facing a trio of unfavorable upcoming matchups against the 49ers, the Vikings and the Bills.
Hopkins converted his sole extra-point try during Sunday's loss to the Patriots.
Hopkins didn't attempt a single field goal during Sunday's blowout loss. The veteran kicker's accuracy has been reliable through five contests, but he'll remain off the fantasy radar until such time as Washington's offense is able to give him opportunities on a more reliable basis.
Hopkins converted his only field-goal attempt in Sunday's 24-3 loss to the Giants.
Hopkins' 21-yard chip shot in the second quarter was the Redskins' only points of the afternoon. He's been perfect on all six extra-point attempts this year, and he's connected on four of five field-goal tries, missing once from 43 yards in Week 3. It could be another uneventful game in Week 5 versus the Patriots' strong defense.
Hopkins made only one of his two field-goal tries and did not attempt an extra point in Monday night's 31-15 loss to the Bears.
Hopkins converted from 35 yards as the first-half clock expired, but that only came after he missed wide left from 43 yards earlier in the quarter. Then, with the Redskins seeking to make up points, they opted for two-point conversions following both of their second-half touchdowns, restricting Hopkins' involvement. Through three games, the veteran now boasts just 15 points.
Hopkins converted all three extra-point attempts in Sunday's loss to the Cowboys.
Hopkins now has made both field-goal attempts and all six extra-point tries this season. The Redskins will host the Bears, who have allowed three field goals and 24 points over the first two games, in Week 3.
Hopkins made both field-goal attempts and all three extra-point attempts in Sunday's 32-27 loss to the Eagles.
Hopkins had all but one extra point in the first half as the Redskins jumped out to a 20-7 lead, but the offense slowed down significantly after halftime. The 28-year-old made the field goals from 41 and 48 yards after going 10-for-12 on 40-49-yard attempts in 2018. Next week, the Redskins face a Cowboys defense that allowed 17 points to the Giants in Week 1.
Hopkins is locked in as Washington's kicker, according to the team's official website.
Washington didn't even bother adding another kicker to the 90-man offseason roster. Hopkins has made just nine of 18 kicks from 50-plus yards through four NFL seasons, but he's been excellent on shorter field-goal attempts, converting 28 of 34 (82.4 percent) from 40-49 yards and 62 of 64 (96.9 percent) inside of 40. There are at least 20 superior options for fantasy purposes, as the Washington offense isn't likely to provide a plethora of kicking opportunities.
Hopkins did attempt a field goal during Sunday's 24-0 loss to the Eagles.
Hopkins made 90 percent of field goals he attempted this season (26-for-29) and converted 95.2 percent of extra-point tries (25-for-26). Despite his strong accuracy, Hopkins' low volume limited his fantasy upside all throughout the 2018 season. With two years remaining on his contract, Hopkins will return as Washington's starting kicker in 2019.
Hopkins made all three of his field-goal attempts and an extra point in Sunday's loss to the Titans.
Hopkins scored 10 points for the second week in a row, hitting on three field goals in a game for the fifth time this season. He's drilling an impressive 90 percent of his field goals this season (26-for-29). He'll look to maintain the quality play in Washington's season finale against the Eagles in Week 17.
Hopkins made three field goals and an extra point during Sunday's 16-13 win over the Jaguars.
After putting up a goose egg in Week 14, Hopkins nailed three field goals for the fourth time this season. It still remains hard to rely on Hopkins for the rest of year, however, as the absence of Alex Smith under center has stalled Washington's offense.
Hopkins finished Sunday's game against the Giants without any kicking attempts.
It was a rough day for Hopkins' owners, as he went without a stat line for the first time all season. The 27-year-old is in the midst of a career season highlighted by a career-best field-goal conversion rate (87 percent). Without Alex Smith, Washington's offense has endured a noticeable drop-off, which apparently has trickled down to Hopkins.
Hopkins made both of his field-goal attempts and converted his only extra-point try in Monday's loss to the Eagles.
Hopkins performed better than expected in a game that saw backup quarterback Colt McCoy leave with a lower leg injury. McCoy was replaced by third-string QB Mark Sanchez, and the offense seemed to stall. Washington is already without quarterback Alex Smith (lower leg) for the season, so Hopkins will be difficult to trust for the remainder of the season.
Hopkins made his only field-goal attempt and converted two of three extra-point tries during Thursday's 31-21 loss to the Cowboys.
Hopkins missed his first extra point of the season Thanksgiving Day. The 28-year-old's fantasy stock took a significant hit after quarterback Alex Smith (lower leg) was lost for the season Week 11, and he'll be difficult to trust down the stretch. Hopkins has made only one field-goal attempt in each of his last two games.
Hopkins made each of his three PATs and missed a 63-yard field-goal attempt in Sunday's 23-21 loss to the Texans.
Bothered by a groin injury during the week, Hopkins was cleared to play but didn't get any realistic chances besides the trio of extra points. His lone field-goal attempt fell short in the closing seconds of the game, with the Redskins dropping to 6-4 after losing their starting quarterback to a severe leg injury. Hopkins is attached to the most injury-riddled offense in the league, with Smith now the fourth starter to be lost for the season. A Week 12 matchup with the slow-paced Cowboys on Thanksgiving isn't likely to help.
Hopkins (groin) is active for Sunday's game against the Texans.
Hopkins managed one limited practice this week -- Friday -- after which he told John Keim of ESPN.com that he planned to "give it a go. ... It [the groin] was pain-free." The Redskins clearly agreed, signing no replacement kicker in the meantime. Hopkins thus will face a Houston team that has allowed 7.0 real-life points per contest to kickers during its current six-game winning streak.
Hopkins (groin) said he's pain-free and expects to play in Sunday's game against the Texans, John Keim of ESPN.com reports.
Despite his stated confidence, Hopkins is listed as questionable on the Redskins' final injury report for Week 11. The possibility of an absence will need to be seriously considered if the Redskins sign another kicker Friday or Saturday. With the banged-up Washington offense facing a tough Houston defense, Hopkins doesn't profile as a top-12 fantasy option at his position this week.
Hopkins (groin) didn't participate in Thursday's practice, Kareem Copeland of The Washington Post reports.
Hopkins' absence was expected after coach Jay Gruden said the kicker would be held out until Friday before testing out the health of his groin. If the injury is still affecting Hopkins at that point, the team could sign another kicker to the roster ahead of Sunday's game against the Texans. Given his shaky health and the fact that he's supported by a rather low-powered Washington offense, Hopkins doesn't profile as a strong fantasy option in Week 11.
Hopkins was held out of Wednesday's practice with a groin injury, Kareem Copeland of The Washington Post reports.
Coach Jay Gruden said Hopkins will return to practice Friday to test out his groin. The team hasn't yet signed another kicker, but it may need to do so before Sunday's game against the Texans if Hopkins fails to progress as anticipated. Hopkins has been solid yet unspectacular this season, scoring at least six points in eight of nine games.
Hopkins converted all three of his field-goal attempts and made his lone extra-point try during Sunday's 16-3 win over the Buccaneers.
Hopkins accounted for 10 of Washington's 16 total points, including two field goals of over 40 yards. The six-year pro has missed only two field goals this season and remains perfect on extra-point attempts. Hopkins will see a favorable matchup against the Texans in Week 11.
Hopkins did not attempt a field-goal and converted both extra-point tries during Sunday's 38-14 loss to the Falcons.
Hopkins did not see much utilization Week 9, mostly due to the fact that Washington fell behind early against the Falcons and spent the entire contest reaching for touchdowns. Following a down week, Hopkins will look to bounce back against a league-worst Buccaneers' defense Sunday.
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