Catch up on everything that went down in Week 4 in the FanSided fantasy football kickers league and see what lies ahead in Week 5.
In the most unusual fantasy football league I’ve ever been a part of, the first four weeks are in the books. To change things up this season, FanSided transformed our internal league into one with just one position–fantasy football kickers. So far, it has already been a wild ride, and there are no after more unbeaten teams after this week. Check out how all the fantasy football kickers did this week and how their performances impacted our outcomes.
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For a refresher on the specific rules and roster setup, check out this post where you can see what a draft looks when the no. 1 overall pick can end up with -1 fantasy points and a final-round pick can lead the league in scoring.
While we have plenty of traditional fantasy football coverage throughout the week (which you can find in the box to the right), our kickers fantasy league called FootSided is probably the only place where every single kick and every single score matters. Almost every kicker in the NFL is owned on a roster by someone in the league. As the games go down, it’s extremely easy to track since each team just has two starters. The other benefit to the league is that it takes minimal time each week.
One thing the league is not though–predictable. It has already been an up-and-down season for most teams, and five of the ten teams sit at 2-2 after four weeks. Three teams have risen to 3-1 while one is 1-3, and we still have one team searching for their first win.
We decided to make the league scoring even more exciting at the beginning of the year by penalizing a team three points for a missed XP. The four-point swing when a kicker fails to connect on an extra point can make all the difference between winning and losing.
Let’s take a look at the scoreboard from Week 4 in our fantasy football kickers league to see which of our owners came out on the winning side.
Next: Week 4 Scoreboard