Dan Bailey has connected on all six of his field goal attempts this season, making him a strong Week 3 play against an 0-2 Bears team.
Cairo Santos has been perfect so far, and should see plenty of opportunities Sunday against a Jets defense allowing a surprising 27 points per game.
Mason Crosby should see additional opportunities in Week 3 against a injury-plagued Lions defense in a game that should feature plenty of scoring.
Adam Vinatieri has been successful on 29 consecutive field goal attempts entering the Colts' Week 3 home game against the San Diego Chargers, who rank 19th in scoring defense.
An offense that isn't finishing drives has led to Nick Novak leading the NFL in field-goal attempts (eight) and tied for the lead in points (24) as the Texans head out on the road Week 3 to face the New England Patriots, who are 15th in scoring defense (22.5 ppg).
Caleb Sturgis has made five of six kicks through two games, and should get plenty more chances in what promises to be a high-scoring game against the Steelers.
Dustin Hopkins' Redskins moved the ball effectively in Weeks 1 and 2, which bodes well for Sunday's matchup with a Giants team that has allowed 16.0 points per game.
Chandler Catanzaro made two field goals and four extra points last week, and should get plenty of opportunities Sunday against a Bills team that's allowing 25.0 points per game.
Josh Brown connected on three of four field goal attempts in his return from a one-game suspension, and the high-powered Giants passing game should earn him plenty of opportunities Sunday against the Redskins.
Josh Lambo has already kicked eight extra points so far in 2016, giving him a solid floor of value heading into Sunday's juicy road matchup against a Colts defense allowing a league-worst 36.5 points per game.
Steven Hauschka's stock is on the decline heading into Sunday's game against San Franciso with Seattle having scored just 15 points in two weeks.
Greg Zuerlein nailed three field goals last week, and will likely be called upon from distance again Sunday in Tampa Bay as it's still unclear if the Rams are capable of scoring a touchdown.
Blair Walsh turned in a perfect outing in Week 2 and could see more opportunities from long range with the Vikings likely adopting a conservative offensive approach Sunday against the Panthers.
Graham Gano went four-for-four on field goal attempts in last week and scored 16 points but missed a PAT, which hardly instills confidence in the seventh-year pro heading into a Week 3 game with the Vikings after he missed six field goals and three extra points last season.
Chris Boswell will face the Eagles on the road Sunday after kicking two field goals and eight PATs over his first two games of the season.
Justin Tucker will be on the road in Week 3 to face a Jaguars defense he only had one field-goal attempt against when he met them in 2015.
Matt Bryant hasn’t had to convert a kick from beyond 34 yards this season, but is five-for-five on his field goal attempts and gets to play inside the kicking haven that is the Superdome on Monday night against the Saints.
Andrew Franks could be a sneaky play on Sunday against a Cleveland Browns defense allowing 27 points per game thus far in 2016.
Roberto Aguayo will need to bounce back from missing his only field goal attempt (a 45-yarder) last week in a tough matchup Sunday against the Rams, who held the Seahawks to just three points in Week 2.
Nick Folk faces a Kansas City Chiefs defense on Sunday that has allowed 23 points per game thus far in 2016, which is tied for 15th in the league.
Last week's complete team breakdown left Jason Myers with little to do (two extra points), but if the Jaguars' offense is performing to it's potential Week 3 against the Baltimore Ravens, Myers may get more opportunities.
Brandon McManus had a big Week 2 as the Broncos' offense struggled to get into the end zone, but his opportunities could be limited Sunday on the road against a Bengals defense that ranked second in points allowed in 2015.
Matt Prater has seven points in consecutive games and averaged 8.5 points per game in two meetings with the Packers last season.
Sebastian Janikowski has attempted only three field goals thus far into 2016, and could see limited opportunities again Sunday on the road against a Titans defense that's allowed only 20 points per game so far this year.
Phil Dawson is on pace to attempt a career-high number of extra points thanks to coach Chip Kelly's fast-paced system, but a Seattle defense that's allowing only 9.5 points per game is likely to slow his roll.
Mike Nugent will be at home on Sunday to face the Broncos, a team he had two field-goal attempts along with two PATs against in their 2015 meeting.
Wil Lutz had a kick blocked and was far from convincing on his two makes, but should be aided by what could be a high-scoring affair Monday against the Falcons in the friendly kicking confines of the Superdome.
Patrick Murray will be at the Dolphins Sunday, and he’ll hope third-string rookie quarterback Cody Kessler will be able to move the ball enough to help him score points.
Stephen Gostkowski's value takes a hit with a rookie quarterback under center against a Houston Texans defense allowing just 13 points per game in 2016.
Ryan Succop is hampered by the Titans' low-output offense, registering just eight points through two games, but if there's a week to play him, it's Week 3 against the Oakland Raiders, who rank last or near the bottom in most major defensive categories.
Connor Barth has missed his only field goal attempt of the year and, with the Bears turning to backup quarterback Brian Hoyer, scoring chances could be few and far between against the Cowboys on Sunday.
Dan Carpenter had a surprisingly productive game against the New York Jets, but that trend won't likely continue on Sunday against an Arizona Cardinals defense that's allowing just 15 points per game this season.