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2012-13 NFL Playoffs: Wild Card Round Fantasy Football Kicker Rankings

MINNEAPOLIS, MN - DECEMBER 30: Blair Walsh #3 of the Minnesota Vikings looks on after his game-winning field goal in the fourth quarter against the Green Bay Packers on December 30, 2012 at Mall of America Field at the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The Vikings defeated the Packers 37-34. (Photo by Andy Clayton King/Getty Images)
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Ryan LesterSenior Writer IDecember 18, 2016

Here are the Lester’s Legends fantasy football kicker rankings for the Wild Card Round.


1. Blair Walsh, Minnesota Vikings

Walsh led the Wild Card kickers in scoring with 35 field goals and 36 extra points. He has the leg and accuracy to drill the long field goals. The Green Bay Packers allowed 26 field goals and 34 extra points.


2. Justin Tucker, Baltimore Ravens

Tucker was third among Wild Card kickers in scoring with 30 field goals and 42 extra points. The Indianapolis Colts allowed 32 field goals and 39 extra points.


3. Steven Hauschka, Seattle Seahawks

The Seahawks offense is on fire. Hauschka finished with 24 field goals and 46 extra points. The Washington Redskins allowed 28 field goals and 36 extra points.


4. Mason Crosby, Green Bay Packers

Crosby made 21 field goals and 50 extra points. He made all four of his field goals in his past two games, including a 48-yarder and a 51-yarder. His confidence should be improved. The Vikings have allowed 25 field goals and 33 extra points.


5. Shayne Graham, Houston Texans

Graham was second among Wild Card kickers in scoring with 31 field goals and 45 extra points. The Cincinnati Bengals have allowed 27 field goals and 33 extra points.


6. Adam Vinatieri, Indianapolis Colts

Vinatieri finished with 26 field goals and 37 extra points. The Baltimore Ravens allowed 37 field goals, more than any other Wild Card team.


7. Kai Forbath, Washington Redskins

Forbath finished with 17 field goals and 33 extra points. The Seahawks allowed 23 field goals and 24 extra points.


8. Josh Brown, Cincinnati Bengals

Brown made 11 field goals, and eight extra points, in four games. The Texans allowed 21 field goals and 38 extra points.


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