#3 Stephen Gostkowski
 Pos: Kicker
Injury: OK
 Experience: 9
College: Memphis
Height: 73
Weight: 215
Born: 1/28/1984
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Kicker Rank: #2All Players: #163
Gostkowski had a career high in points last season, scoring 153. He had double-digit points 10 of 16 games. He had just one game all season with fewer than six points. He also made 83 percent of his field-goal attempts and missed just two from less than 40 yards. He made both his field-goal kicks from 50-plus yards. Gostkowski has 125 or more points all but one season when he has played a full year. He plays in a great offense and gets plenty of chances for points. Gostkowski has a strong leg and is a fairly accurate kicker (84.2 percent made for his career). And the Patriots have a great offense, giving Gostkowski a few more chances than your average kicker.
Gostkowski doesn't have the long-distance potential as some kickers but he is a good bet to finish near the top of the league in points scored. He gets consistent points in a great offense. Expect more of the same this year. You can make a strong case to make Gostkowski the first kicker off the board come draft day. He'll be hard pressed to repeat last year but should be able to get around 140 points.

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The New England Patriots thrived under special teams coach Scott O'Brien, finishing ranked first among special teams units. Special teams captain Matt Slater was selected to the Pro Bowl, PK Stephen Gostkowski had another strong year, and rookie P Ryan Allen was solid replacing the departed P Zoltan Mesko.
Source: KFFL.com
The New England Patriots could consider adding a young kicker this offseason to compete with PK Stephen Gostkowski during training camp.
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New England Patriots SS Steve Gregory and PK Stephen Gostkowski have each been fined $15,750 for unnecessary roughness in the team's Divisional Round playoff game.
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New England Patriots PK Stephen Gostkowski kicked the game-tying 43-yard field goal to force overtime in Week 7 against the New York Jets, and then he knocked through the game-winner in OT from 48 yards out. 'Steve came through big. He hit some big kicks and he kicked off well. Yup, did a good job,' head coach Bill Belichick said.
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New England Patriots PK Stephen Gostkowski had made 38 straight fourth-quarter, regular-season field goals prior to missing a potential game-winning kick in Week 2.
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New England Patriots PK Stephen Gostkowski had four field goals (46, 34, 51, 53) in Week 2 against the Arizona Cardinals. However, he misfired badly on the game-winning field goal at the end of regulation from 42 yards out to give the Cardinals the huge upset. 'I felt good going out there and it wasn't the smoothest hit, and I looked up and I saw it was left, and you know, sometimes the ball just doesn't fly your way,' Gostkowski said.
Source: KFFL.com
New England Patriots PK Stephen Gostkowski is hopeful to get his chance at a clutch kick in Super Bowl XLVI against the New York Giants Sunday, Feb. 5. 'I just wanna win,' Gostkowski said Tuesday, Jan. 31. 'I want to be able to call myself a champion. If I get to make a big play, even better.'
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New England Patriots PK Stephen Gostkowski booted two field goals in Week 9 against the New York Giants, including a successful 45-yard make in the fourth quarter. He has made 34 straight fourth quarter field goals.
Fantasy Impact: Gostkowski continues to be a top fantasy kicker in a good offense.
Source: KFFL.com
New England Patriots PK Stephen Gostkowski isn't worried about kicking on the turf at Heinz Field in Week 8 against the Pittsburgh Steelers. 'Everything gets a little blown out of proportion,' Gostkowski said. 'Our field, when we had grass, was tough to kick in too.' He will have an extra left-footed cleat with longer spikes if the footing is shaky Sunday, Oct. 30.
Source: KFFL.com
New England Patriots PK Stephen Gostkowski (quadriceps) said the quadriceps injury he suffered during the season is healed and he has been able to kick normally during the offseason.
Fantasy Impact: This is a positive. As long as he is starting for the Patriots, he is an elite fantasy kicker.
Source: KFFL.com


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