Tyler Bass has missed just four of his 30 field-goal opportunities for the Bills this season, and in Week 18, he gets a Jets defense that has allowed 29.8 points per game so far in 2021, the highest mark in the league.
Michael Badgley made all of his kicks last week after missing a field goal in each of the previous three, and the Colts' kicker should be busy in Week 18 as the team tries to clinch a playoff berth against a Jacksonville team that's surrendering 27.9 points per game.
Randy Bullock has connected on 26 of 30 field-goal attempts for the Titans this season, and he'll look to close out the regular season on a high note in Week 18 against a Texans team that's allowing 26.5 points per game.
Chris Boswell has missed just four of his 37 field-goal tries this season for the Steelers, and in Week 18, he gets a Ravens defense that is giving up 23.5 points per game in 2021, ranking them in the middle of the pack.
Joey Slye rebounded with three field goals last game for Washington and has a juicy matchup in Week 18 versus a reeling Giants squad allowing an average of 28.2 points during their current five-game losing streak.
Jason Myers had 15 points in Seattle's last game, but that was his first double-digit performance of the season, and he remains a low-floor fantasy option in a Week 18 matchup against a Cardinals team that's allowed 8.5 points per game to opposing kickers over the last five weeks.
Mason Crosby is coming off of a season-high 13 points for the Packers, making multiple field goals for the first time in four weeks, and while his 3-point tries aren't consistent thanks to a highly efficient offense, there could be more stalled drives in Week 18 against the Lions if Green Bay rests starters eventually, creating some upside against a defense that's allowed 12 opposing kickers to go for at least eight points against them.
Daniel Carlson has kicked at least three field goals in four of the last six games, giving him significant upside in Week 18 as the Raiders face a Chargers team allowing 26.5 points a game, tied for 26th in the league.
Justin Tucker has been one of the best kickers in the league since he joined the Ravens in 2012, and in Week 18, he gets a Steelers defense that has allowed 24.1 points per game so far this season, the 11th-highest mark in the league.
Brett Maher has made at least three field goals in three of his last four games as the Saints head into a Week 18 matchup against Atlanta.
Matt Gay had his second game of the season with fewer than eight points last week for the Rams, but he'll remain one of the steadiest kicking options in the league in a Week 18 matchup against a 49ers team that's allowed 6.4 points per game to opposing kickers over the last five weeks.
Younghoe Koo has made a pair of field goals in each of his last three games heading into Atlanta's Week 18 matchup against the Saints.
Harrison Butker failed to receive multiple field goal attempts last week for the first time since mid-October, and opportunities could be scarce again in Week 18 as Kansas City faces a Denver team allowing only 18.4 points a game, third in the league.
Evan McPherson has missed five of his 33 field-goal attempts this season for the Bengals, and in Week 18, he gets a Browns defense allowing 22.2 points per game, ranking them in the middle of the pack.
Chase McLaughlin has missed six of his 21 field-goal tries for the Browns this season, and in Week 18, he gets a Bengals defense that has allowed 22.2 points per game in 2021, ranking them in the middle of the pack.
Riley Patterson missed his first career kick for the Lions last week, but returning indoors, playing for an inefficient offense and having attempted three field goals in three of six starts, a bounce back is possible in Week 18 even against a stingy Packers' defense that's allowed only five opposing kickers to go for eight or more points against them.
Robbie Gould has scored between five and 12 points in each of the 49ers' last nine games, giving him a decent scoring floor in a Week 18 matchup against a Rams team that's given up 7.8 points per game to opposing kickers over the last five weeks.
Cairo Santos has struggled for consistent opportunities in a low-scoring Bears offense, making multiple field goals just three times in his last seven outings heading into a Week 18 contest against a Vikings defense that's allowed 12 opposing kickers to go for at least eight points against them.
Ryan Succop has made his last six field-goal attempts heading into the Buccaneers' Week 18 matchup against the Panthers.
Nick Folk has missed just three of his 38 field-goal attempts this year for the Patriots, and in Week 18, he'll get a Dolphins defense that has allowed 21.8 points per game this season, ranking them in the middle of the pack.
Matt Prater has been a hit-or-miss fantasy option as the Cardinals kicker, and he'll be a boom-or-bust lineup choice in a Week 18 matchup against a Seattle team that's allowed just 5.6 points per game to kickers over the last five weeks.
Dustin Hopkins has averaged two made field goals and three PATs over the last five games, and he figures to get plenty of opportunities again in Week 18 as the Chargers face a Raiders team allowing 25.4 points a game, 24th in the league.
Lirim Hajrullahu has been accurate from short range across two games as the Panthers' kicker heading into a Week 18 matchup against Tampa Bay.
Greg Joseph has made just one field goal in two of the Vikings last three games, and in an offense that could be using a backup quarterback in a meaningless Week 18 game, his opportunities could again be limited against a Bears defense that's allowed eight opposing kickers to go for at least eight points, but held Joseph to only five three weeks prior.
Ka'imi Fairbairn missed his lone field-goal attempt last week, and opportunities could remain limited for Houston's kicker in Week 18 against a Titans defense that's allowing only 20.6 points per game, especially since Tennessee will be playing for the top seed in the AFC.
Brandon McManus landed on the COVID-19 list to begin the week, but even if he's able to clear the protocols in time for Week 18, his opportunities could be limited as the Broncos take on a Kansas City team that's allowed only 23 field goal attempts this season, tied for third lowest in the league.
Jason Sanders has missed eight of his 29 field-goal attempts this season for the Dolphins, and in Week 18, he gets a Patriots defense that has allowed 16.9 points per game this season, the lowest number in the league.
Matthew Wright has made 17 of 20 field-goal attempts but hasn't attempted more than one PAT in a game since Week 6, and his opportunities will likely remain limited in Week 18 behind the league-worst Jacksonville offense against a Colts team that's holding opponents to 21.2 points per game.
Graham Gano has provided virtually all of the offense for the Giants over the last three games but still has just four combined field goals to show for his efforts, and with no help in sight makes for a dismal option in Week 18 even against a Washington squad allowing 26.7 points per tilt, which is 28th in the NFL.
Jake Elliott has at least two field goal makes in four-straight games for the Eagles but Philadelphia has already clinched a playoff spot and may not play its starters much in Week 18 versus a Cowboys squad allowing just 20.8 points per tilt, which is seventh in the NFL.
Eddy Pineiro has yet to miss a kick for the Jets, but in Week 18, he will get a Buffalo defense that has allowed 17.4 points per game this year, the second-lowest mark in the league.
Greg Zuerlein has not made a field goal in the last two games for Dallas and with the Cowboys securing a playoff berth may not be tasked with much action if the usual starters are rested in Week 18 versus an Eagles squad that has not allowed more than 18 points in a single game in five-straight outings.