Justin Tucker is one of the most accurate kickers in the NFL, despite his miss from 50 yards in Week 3, but faces a match-up against a Pittsburgh Steelers defense that doesn't give up many points (sixth fewest in the NFL) which could actually be a boon for a kicker, if the opposing defense is able to keep them out of the end zone and force field goal attempts.
Steven Hauschka ranks third among kickers in scoring with 30 points through three weeks and faces a Lions defense that has surrendered at least 24 points in every outing this season.
Mason Crosby ranks fourth among kickers with 28 points through three games, and should see ample chances in a game where the Packers could score early and often.
Chandler Catanzaro only has two field goal attempts through three games, but he's attached to a scorching-hot offense and should thus get plenty of chances by the end of the season.
Matt Bryant gets another opportunity to kick indoors as the Falcons take on the Texans at home on Sunday.
Dan Carpenter squares off against the New York Giants on Sunday; the G-Men are allowing a pedestrian 24 points per game in 2015.
Dustin Hopkins has connected on all three field goal attempts since assuming the kicking duties in Week 2.
Jason Myers has converted eight straight attempts since a disastrous opening week and has a favorable Week 4 matchup against the Indianapolis Colts, who rank 22nd in points allowed through three weeks.
Josh Lambo has been unimpressive so far in his rookie season, but seems poised for a better performance Sunday against a Browns defense that's allowed almost 400 yards of total offense a game so far.
Dan Bailey looks to benefit in Week 4 from a Dallas offense that, despite missing Tony Romo and Dez Bryant, should be able to move the ball against a New Orleans defense that has allowed the sixth-most points per game (28) this season.
Nick Folk booted a season-long 53-yard field goal Sunday, and faces a Miami Dolphins squad that allowed two field goals and five extra points to Buffalo Bills kicker Dan Carpenter last weekend.
Graham Gano will look to continue his hot streak after sinking both of his field goals last week in Sunday’s matchup with the Bucs.
Adam Vinatieri has struggled along with the Indianapolis Colts' offense, but there's hope after last week's comeback win, as the Colts prepare for a Week 4 game against the Jacksonville Jaguars, who rank 30th in points allowed.
Brandon McManus remains a solid play Sunday thanks to Peyton Manning's turnaround, despite facing a Vikings defense allowing just 16.7 points per game.
Phil Dawson could be involved in a high-scoring game against the Packers, but there's still little reason to have faith in the San Francisco offense.
Mike Nugent has not had many field goal attempts this season as the Cincinnati Bengals offense has been too efficient scoring touchdowns, and this week faces the 29th ranked scoring defense that also has a tendency to give up touchdowns instead of field goals.
Robbie Gould should see ample opportunities Sunday against a Raiders defense which is allowing 28.7 points through three games.
Zach Hocker will look to move past his miserable first home game (0-for-1 on FG's, 1-for-2 on PAT's) as the Saints take on the Cowboys in the Superdome on Sunday.
Sebastian Janikowski has kicked multiple field goals and extra points in two straight weeks, and has a good chance to make it three weeks in a row Sunday against a Bears defense allowing a league-worst 35 points a game.
Travis Coons is perfect on the season in both field goals and extra points on few attempts due to the anemic Cleveland Browns offense, but this week he faces a San Diego Chargers defense that is 25th in the NFL in points allowed.
Greg Zuerlein is a good kicker, but the Rams offense has looked awful since Week 1 and the team draws a very difficult Week 4 matchup in Arizona.
Rumblings that he may have tweaked his groin injury that limited him in the preseason, Parkey gets a tough draw even if healthy against Washington.
Josh Brown has nine field goals through the first three games but now faces a Buffalo defense that has yielded just 28 total points to Indy and Miami in the two games surrounding the 40-point effort against New England.
Nick Novak takes over for Randy Bullock, who lost his job after missing two kicks last week. Novak is tied to an offense that's struggled as they prepare for a Week 4 matchup against the Atlanta Falcons, who rank 16th in points allowed.
Josh Scobee had a tough start to the season with three missed kicks in the first two games, but recovered to go 2-for-2 in field goal attempts on Sunday and has an upcoming match-up against a Baltimore Ravens defense that is 26th in the NFL in points allowed.
Blair Walsh's Vikings and their fifth-ranked scoring defense face the Broncos' third-ranked scoring defense, so points could be at a premium, but the mile high air could result in a few additional long chances.
Caleb Sturgis takes over the Eagles kicking job from an injured Cody Parkey just in time for Sunday's tough road trip to face a Washington defense that's allowed less than 20 points a game so far.
Matt Prater is last among kickers with just one field goal attempt and eight points through three games, and faces a road contest on Monday night against a Seahawks defense coming off of a shutout.
Andrew Franks missed an extra point against the Buffalo Bills and faces a New York Jets squad allowing the fewest points in the league in 2015.
Cairo Santos has just four field goal attempts through three games, and doesn't figure to see increased opportunities Sunday against a Bengals defense allowing only 18.7 points per game this season.
Kyle Brindza will look to bounce back from a dreadful game (1-for-4 on field goals, 0-for-1 on extra points) against the Panthers or he could be out of a job by next week.