Justin Tucker will take on the Raiders in Week 4 after making all nine of his field goal attempts over the first three weeks of the season.
Stephen Gostkowski continues to shine regardless of who lines up under center for the Pats, and will face a Buffalo Bills defense allowing a mediocre 22.7 points per tilt.
Dan Carpenter kicked two field goals and three extra points last weekend, though will face a New England defense allowing just 15 points per game.
Greg Zuerlein got to kick four extra points last week after being held without one or consecutive games to open the season, but don't expect a repeat performance Sunday in Arizona.
Andrew Franks has kicked one field goal in each of the first three games this season, and faces a mediocre Bengals defense allowing 25 points per game in 2016.
Wil Lutz knocked through a 57-yarder against the Falcons, looking more comfortable with each successive week and will try to continue that trend Sunday against the Chargers.
Mike Nugent will match up against the Dolphins on Thursday after making 7-of-8 field goal attempts over his first three games of the season.
Chris Boswell will match up against the Chiefs on Sunday night, though he has just four field goal attempts in three 2016 contests.
Continuing his trend of only kicking short field goals, Matt Bryant extended his streak to 6-for-6 on field goals (all within 34 yards) and gets to kick in the friendly confines of the Georgia Dome on Sunday against the Panthers.
Roberto Aguayo missed a field goal and an extra point against the Rams in a five-point loss, which puts him on thin ice for Sunday’s matchup against the Broncos.
Cody Parkey will face Washington on Sunday after connecting on just three of six field goal attempts last week.
While Josh Brown converted a pair of kicks from inside 30 yards last week, he likely won't get many chances against Minnesota's stout defense on Monday Night Football in Week 4.
Graham Gano missed a kick for the third consecutive week (two field goals and a PAT), but is second in the league with six field goals made, which still gives him some value in Sunday’s matchup with the Falcons indoors at the Georgia Dome.
Connor Barth has only one made field goal for an offense that is averaging 15 points per game, but could see additional chances against a Lions defense which ranks 28th in points allowed, surrendering 28.3 weekly.
Dustin Hopkins kicked five field goals last week, and shouldn't lack for opportunities Sunday against a porous Browns defense.
Nick Folk managed a measly field goal last week and will not have many more chances against a Seattle defense that is second in the NFL in terms of points allowed.
Chandler Catanzaro showed off his leg with a 60-yarder last week, and should get more opportunities at home against the Rams on Sunday.