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Tyler Bass split his field goal opportunities for the Bills, missing from 52 on a rainy evening, but has been excellent thus far this season and should get plenty of opportunities against a Jets defense that's conceded 24-plus points every week this season in Week 7.
Ka'imi Fairbairn has nailed all 10 of his field-goal attempts since missing his lone try in Week 1, and Houston's kicker should be busy in Week 7 against a Packers team that's outscoring opponents 32.4 to 27.8 on average.
Robbie Gould has made one or fewer field goals in four of the 49ers' last five games, and he's not looking like a great option in Week 7 when he faces a Patriots defense that had only allowed six field goals over their first four games before giving up six field goals last week.
Zane Gonzalez is averaging fewer than one field goal over the last four weeks, but he could see more work than usual in Week 7 when Arizona faces a Seattle defense that gives up the seventh-most points to kickers.
Sam Sloman has made exactly one field goal in each of the Rams' last five games, and until he starts seeing more consistent attempts, he won't be a recommended fantasy option in Week 7 against a Bears defense that doesn't play in many shootouts.
Jonathan Brown connected from 31 yards out and missed from 32 last week, which isn't bad considering he didn't even kick field goals in college, but the Jaguars aren't likely to put much work on his plate against the Chargers in Week 7 given that context.
Dustin Hopkins has made just seven field goals in six games for Washington, and all have been from inside 50 yards, leaving him undesirable even against a Dallas Cowboys squad in Week 7 allowing the most points in the NFL.
Jake Elliott missed his only field goal attempt in Week 7 and did not kick any extra points as the Eagles instead went for two-point conversions, making him an extremely risky play even in Week 7 versus a Giants squad allowing 25.3 points per contest.
Stephen Gostkowski has been a feast-or-famine kicking option all season despite being backed by a Titans offense that's piling up 32.8 points per game, and getting back on track after missing both of his field-goal attempts last week won't be easy in Week 7 against a Steelers defense that's allowing only 18.8 points per game.