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With the Raiders informing veteran Sebastian Janikowski (back), who spent the entire 2017 season on injured reserve, that he wouldn't be re-signed in free agency, Tavecchio should retain kicking duties for Oakland despite a somewhat uneven first full season in the league. Though he displayed a strong leg on kickoffs throughout and nailed all nine of his field-goal tries in Oakland's first six games last season, Tavecchio regressed down the stretch, missing five kicks over the subsequent 10 contests to finish with a lackluster 76.2 percent conversion rate. It's expected that the Raiders will bring in some competition for Tavecchio during training camp, but the 27-year-old should be viewed as the heavy favorite to win the gig if he's able to display renewed accuracy in practices and preseason contests.
Tavecchio's fantasy value was held in check throughout his rookie year as he posted just 81 total points, including a dismal four total field goals made in the Raiders' last seven games of the season. He'll be an exclusive-rights free agent in 2018, so Tavecchio will hope the Raiders elect to re-sign him.
Tavecchio converted an extra point and made a 25-yard field goal, but missed from 48 yards in Monday's 19-10 loss to the Eagles.
Tavecchio still hasn't reached double figures since Week 1, leaving him with just 77 points this season.
Tavecchio made and missed 39-yard field goal attempts in Sunday's 20-17 loss to the Cowboys, when he also converted both of his extra-point tries.
Tavecchio's miss came as the first-half clock expired. Considering the Raiders lost by three, that wide-left effort proved rather costly. Through 14 games, Tavecchio sports just 73 points.
Tavecchio did not attempt a field goal but made his lone extra-point try in Sunday's 26-15 loss to the Chiefs.
Tavecchio has made just one of two field-goal attempts over the past four games, severely restricting his fantasy utility.