Stephen Gostkowksi has been arguably the top fantasy kicker in the league over the past two seasons, and he faces a Pittsburgh Steeler defense that is in rebuilding mode.
Mason Crosby visits the Windy City early in the year where weather is unlikely to play a factor, and should see ample scoring chances Sunday against a rebuilt Bears defense.
Cody Parkey is expected to suit up for Week 1 despite a minor leg injury suffered late in the preseason and benefits from one of the league's most effective offenses squaring off against what projects to be a poor Atlanta defense.
Kicking for the Colts, who finished sixth in scoring in 2014, Adam Vinatieri will be a productive scorer this season, but has a tough Week 1 match-up on the road against the Bills, who ranked fourth in points allowed last season.
Dan Bailey figures to be among the league's most consistent performers again this year, having scored between 124 and 135 points in each of his four seasons, and the Week 1 matchup against the Giants should be no different.
Matt Bryant looks to be a good option at kicker as he converted 14-of-15 field goals at home last season and should get chances in a shootout Monday night against the Eagles.
Blair Walsh missed six field goals during the preseason and appears to be lacking some confidence, but a rebuilt 49ers defense will likely surrender its share of scoring opportunities Monday night.
Steven Hauschka could see reduced chances due to an improved red zone offense as Seattle heads into a Week 1 matchup against the Rams.
Graham Gano is a solid option against a Jacksonville team that allowed the fifth-most points to kickers last season.
Justin Tucker has a solid match-up in Week 1 against a high-scoring Broncos team with an average defense, and with his accurate kicking leg he should be expected to put some decent points on the board.
Nick Folk should see his share of field goal opportunities Sunday against the Cleveland Browns, as the New York Jets quarterback is journeyman Ryan Fitzpatrick and the Browns allowed just 21.1 points per game last season.
Catanzaro should be able to contribute in a Week 1 matchup against a New Orleans team that allowed the 28th most points per game last season.
Phil Dawson hopes the 49ers offense can reverse a second half slide as they open the season against the Minnesota Vikings.
After ranking ninth in the NFL in scoring in 2014, Randy Bullock is secure in his position as the Texans' kicker, but the team has a tough Week 1 match-up against the Chiefs, who allowed the second fewest points in the NFL last season.
Brandon McManus gets another chance to kick at altitude behind the potent Broncos offense Sunday, but given the new PAT rules he'll need to prove his accuracy issues are behind him to keep the job long-term.
Josh Lambo beat out veteran Nick Novak with an impressive preseason performance, but opportunities could be scarce in his debut Sunday against a Lions defense that allowed just 17.6 points per game last season, tied for second in the league.
Cairo Santos, and the Chiefs's offense as a whole, figures to get few opportunities in Sunday's game against a Texans defense that could be among the league's elite this season.
The little-known Jason Myers, who kicked in the Arena Football League in 2014, takes over the kicking duties for the Jaguars in Week 1 against the Panthers.
Andrew Franks beat out incumbent Caleb Sturgis in training camp, but hit just 37-of-56 field goals in college at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, located in Troy, New York.
Sebastian Janikowski may not see many field goal opportunities Sunday if a healthy Bengals front seven dominates a rebuilding Raiders offensive line and gives quarterback Derek Carr little time to move the chains.
Robbie Gould could get his season off to a sound start in a potentially high-scoring game Sunday against the Packers, as he looks to bounce back from a career-low 55 points a season ago.
Matt Prater missed five kicks last season, four of which came on the road where the Lions find themselves in Week 1 at the San Diego Chargers.
Kai Forbath's opportunities could be limited against a solid front seven from Miami that figures to be tough test for the Washington offense.
Ryan Succop is hoping to be kicking for a better offense, which performed well in the preseason behind rookie quarterback Marcus Mariota, in Tennessee's Week 1 match up against Tampa Bay.
Greg Zuerlein should benefit from improved quarterback play and better accuracy but a Week 1 matchup against Seattle could have the Rams' offense stuck in neutral again.