Ka'imi Fairbairn had a streak of successful kicks halted at 24 last week, but he remains atop the NFL in scoring entering Week 17 against Jacksonville, which ranks 14th in PPG allowed to kickers.
Greg Zuerlein is averaging three field goals over the Rams' last four games, and he'll continue to be an elite fantasy option in Week 17 against the 49ers.
Harrison Butker kicked multiple PATs and field goals in the same game Sunday for the seventh time this season, and with the Chiefs still fighting for playoff seeding, his ceiling remains sky high in Week 17 against a Raiders squad that's allowing the second-most points in the league at 28.8 per game.
Dustin Hopkins has booted three field goals in back-to-back games for the Redskins and will face an Eagles squad in Week 17 allowing an average of 27.3 points over the last three contests.
Justin Tucker only made three of his five field goal attempts last week, but the two that he missed were both over 50 yards and he'll remain a top kicking option in Week 17 when the Ravens take on the Browns, who give up the eighth-most fantasy points per game to kickers.
Aldrick Rosas booted two field goals last game for the Giants and the pro bowler has missed just one field goal all season; Rosas will face a Cowboys squad allowing just 19.3 points per game in 2018, which is fourth in the league, though Dallas may be resting some players with their playoff seeding already set.
Jake Elliott has six field goals in his last two games for the revitalized Eagles offense, and will face a Washington squad in Week 17 surrendering 22.3 points per game, which is 14th in the NFL.
Dan Bailey is perfect in the Vikings last two games while putting up 20 total points entering a Week 17 matchup against a Bears' third-ranked scoring defense that allows just 18.1 ppg, which could afford him ample three-point opportunities if the Vikings fail to reach the end zone.
Chris Boswell made both of his field-goal attempts and both of his extra-point attempts last week, which was the first time he hadn't missed at least one kick in the last four games, and in Week 17 he'll have a good matchup when the Steelers face the Bengals, who give up the most fantasy points per game to kickers, but his recent performances make him hard to trust.
Ryan Succop missed a kick for a fourth straight game last week, but managed to post a respectable seven points and has a Week 17 matchup against Indianapolis, which ranks 26th in FGA allowed per game.
Adam Vinatieri has just nine field-goal attempts over Indianapolis' last seven games and has a Week 17 matchup against Tennessee, which ranks second in scoring defense and 11th in PPG allowed to kickers.
Mason Crosby hasn't missed a kick for the Packers in three straight weeks, putting up at least nine points in each outing entering a Week 17 matchup against a mid-tier Lions scoring defense that allows 24.0 points per game.
Michael Badgley has kicked one or fewer field goals in four of the last five games, giving him a limited ceiling in Week 17 when the Chargers take on a Broncos team allowing 21.7 points per game, 12th in the league.
Jason Myers missed another kick last week (a 45-yarder on the opening possession) and after missing three kicks in the first 13 games, has three misses in the last two (two missed PATs and a missed field goal) heading into Week 17 against the Patriots.
Daniel Carlson has kicked multiple field goals in five of the last seven games along with multiple PATs in five of the last six, giving him some upside in Week 17 when the Raiders face a Chiefs team allowing 27.9 points per game, 29th in the league.
Greg Joseph made both of his field-goal attempts last week but did miss one of his three extra-point attempts, and fantasy owners might need to look for another option in Week 17 when the Browns face the Ravens, who have given up the second-fewest fantasy points per game to kickers.
Brandon McManus has kicked one field goal or fewer in eight of the last nine games, giving him limited upside in Week 17 as the Broncos face a Chargers defense allowing 21.3 points per game, tied for eighth in the league.
Cairo Santos' struggles continued with another missed field goal last week, so Tampa Bay's kicker will be hard to trust in his team's Week 17 season finale at home against Atlanta.
Jason Sanders missed his only field-goal attempt last week and now he gets the 'benefit' of kicking in the cold climate of Buffalo in Week 17.
Wil Lutz is a risky Week 17 option against the Panthers, as the Saints will be resting many of the top offensive contributors that have helped provide so many opportunities for the kicker this season.
Chandler Catanzaro will finish out the season as Carolina's kicker against the NFC South rival Saints in Week 17 with Graham Gano on injured reserve due to a knee injury.
Kai Forbath filled in for Josh Lambo (groin) for a second straight game last week, but will have trouble producing behind the NFL's 30th-ranked offense against Houston in Week 17.
Matt Prater has attempted multiple field goals in only two of the Lions last five games with the offense lacking weapons, and could struggle for chances again in Week 17 against a Green Bay defense that hasn't allowed multiple made field goals in three straight games.
Robbie Gould has been an inconsistent fantasy producer all season, but he's averaging three field goals over his last three games, making him a solid fantasy option when the 49ers face the Rams in Week 17.
Stephen Gostkowski hit his only field-goal attempt versus the Bills last week and will look for more opportunities to close out one of his worst seasons to date in Week 17 against the Jets before the Patriots begin their playoff campaign.
Randy Bullock made his only extra-point attempt and made his 50-plus yard field-goal attempt, which was his eighth successful field attempt in a row, but in Week 17 when the Bengals face the Steelers, he'll have a tough matchup since the Steelers only allow the seventh-fewest fantasy points per game to kickers.
Stephen Hauschka missed a field-goal attempt against the Patriots and will look to close out on a strong note against the Dolphins while dealing with end-of-season weather in Buffalo.
Sebastian Janikowski has made one or fewer field-goals in the majority of his games this season, giving him potential downside when the Seahawks face the Cardinals in Week 17.
Cody Parkey has missed a field goal in two of the Bears' last three games and hasn't provided double-digit scoring in eight weeks entering a Week 17 matchup against a Vikings seventh-ranked scoring defense that allows only 21.1 points per game.
Zane Gonzalez has missed four field-goal attempts in his three games with the Cardinals, and he won't be a recommended fantasy option in Week 17 against the Seahawks.
Josh Lambo (groin) missed a second straight game and will be questionable when the Jaguars face the Texans in Week 17.
Brett Maher has at least two field goals in three of the last four games for the Cowboys, but Dallas may rest its starters in Week 17 versus a Giants squad allowing 25.1 points per contest, which could limit Maher's attempts.