College: Memphis | 3 years
Height: 5'9" | Weight: 167 lbs
Birth Date: 1/21/1995
Depth Chart: K-FG.1
2019 Bye Week: 10
Total Pts: 0.00
Avg Pts: 0.00
Rank: 0 K
Elliott had an eerily similar season last year to his first year with the Eagles, making 26-of-31 field goals for the second straight season. His points were a little down, though, scoring 111 points compared to 117 his first season. He is the starting kicker for a good Eagles offense. Elliott doesn't have a huge leg but it is strong enough and he is pretty accurate for a young kicker. He also is pretty clutch for a young player and should continue to get better with more seasoning.
FANTASY OUTLOOK: Elliott can improve on last year. He can be a legit No. 1 for fantasy teams, playing in an offense that will get him a lot of points. He can score around 120 points.
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Philadelphia Eagles kicker Jake Elliott is just an OK kicking option in Week 12. The Eagles will host the Seattle Seahawks, and while their defense isn't what it used to be, they are still limiting fantasy points from opposing kickers pretty well this season. Combine that with the Eagles offense as a whole being in flux, and Elliott is just a dart throw, at best. Most leagues will have a higher-upside option on the waiver wire for Week 12.
Philadelphia Eagles kicker Jake Elliott made both of his kicks in Week 11, one field goal and one extra point. His field goal came from 42 yards out and gave the Eagles an early but quite temporary lead. Elliott wasn't expected to do much this week as the whole Eagles offense predictably struggled. He should have more chances to kick next week against the Seahawks.
Philadelphia Eagles kicker Jake Elliott is a lower-end kicking option in Week 11. With the Eagles hosting the New England Patriots and not expected to be able to do much offensively, Elliott may not get too many chances to kick the ball this week. While occasionally good defenses lead to strong fantasy kicking performances because of the necessity of field goals over touchdowns, this matchup doesn't seem like it will lead to that. Most waiver wires will have stronger options than Elliott this week, who lies somewhere around the K20 in Week 11.
Philadelphia Eagles kicker Jake Elliott made all three of his field goal tries in Week 9, along with one of his two extra point attempts. Two of Elliott's field goals came from 28 yards out and the other from 38 yards. He handled most of the scoring for the Eagles in this one, and should continue to be a solid option in the kicking spot after the Eagles Week 10 bye.
Philadelphia Eagles kicker Jake Elliott is an okay option as a fantasy kicker for Week 9. Elliott was perfect on the season heading into Week 8, but he missed an extra point in the win against the Buffalo Bills. Elliott isn't getting the kind of volume you usually like to see for a kicker in fantasy, despite his excellent accuracy. With the Eagles going on their bye week in Week 10, now might be the time to make a change at the kicking position in your fantasy lineups.
Philadelphia Eagles kicker Jake Elliott kicked a 37-yard field goal and two of his three extra points in Week 8. Elliott was perfect in Weeks 1 through 7, but he missed an extra point in Sunday's 31-13 win. Elliott remains a solid kicking option in all formats, although his overall upside is somewhat limited by the Eagles offense.
Philadelphia Eagles kicker Jake Elliott has made every single kick so far this season, but his fantasy value has suffered due to an all-around struggling offense. Elliott has only attempted eight field goals and 17 extra points, and while he's made all of them, he currently ranks as just the 20th best kicker in standard scoring leagues. Most waiver wires will have a kicker who, while perhaps less consistent himself, will have more consistent scoring opportunities. Elliott's fantasy owners may need to consider moving on.
Philadelphia Eagles kicker Jake Elliott connected on his one field goal try and on his one extra point try in a Week 7 loss to the Dallas Cowboys. Elliott made his 38-yard field goal in the third quarter, but wasn't needed much in what ended up being a blowout loss to the division rival Philadelphia Eagles. Elliott should fare better next week in what is expected to be a closer matchup with the Buffalo Bills.
Philadelphia Eagles kicker Jake Elliott has made every single kick so far this year, and he'll look to continue that consistency in Week 7. The Eagles will be on the road but indoors to face the Dallas Cowboys. Elliott has made all seven of his field goal attempts and all 16 of his extra point tries this season. He doesn't have quite as big a leg as some other kickers as has a long kick of just 53 yards, but if he can keep kicking with elite accuracy, he'll remain a viable fantasy starter regardless of matchup.
Philadelphia Eagles kicker Jake Elliott made all of his kicks in Week 6. Elliott split the uprights on his two extra point attempts and also made field goals from 53 and 40 yards out. It was a solid performance for Elliott, who should continue to be one of the more consistent fantasy kickers going forward.
Philadelphia Eagles kicker Jake Elliott is a decent option for Week 6. Facing a Minnesota Vikings team that has limited opposing kickers brings Elliott's forecast down a tiny bit, but the Eagles kicker has been perfect on the season, making all five of his field goal attempts and all 14 of his extra points. The Eagles offense could have trouble scoring against a strong Minnesota defense, so there's a chance Elliott could be on the field a lot to try to close out drives with three points.
Philadelphia Eagles kicker Jake Elliott made every kick asked of him in Week 5. He connected on all four of his extra point attempts and also knocked a 28-yard field goal through the uprights. Elliott has been very consistent this season, but the Eagles just haven't had a ton of field goal tries so far. He remains one of the safer picks in fantasy.
Philadelphia Eagles kicker Jake Elliott should be a solid fantasy kicking option in Week 5. With the Eagles as almost two-touchdown favorites at home against the New York Jets, Elliott should be called on to kick several times. The only real risk here is that the Eagles won't need Elliott's leg for field goals and he'll just end up with a few single-point extra points. Still, Elliott is a startable kicker this week as he is almost every week.
Philadelphia Eagles kicker Jake Elliott was perfect in Week 4, hitting all four of his extra point attempts. The Eagles did not need him for a field goal try in this one, so despite doing everything he was asked, Elliott ended up with a less-than-stellar fantasy performance. There are certainly better days ahead for Elliott, but Thursday night showed how unpredictable fantasy kickers can be.
Philadelphia Eagles kicker Jake Elliott is a solid kicking option in Week 4. With the Eagles taking on the strong defense of the Green Bay Packers on Thursday Night Football, Elliott could be needed for field goal attempts if offensive drives stall out. He's made all of his field goal tries so far this season and should continue to be one of the most consistent fantasy kickers going forward.
Philadelphia Eagles kicker Jake Elliott made all of his kicks in Week 3, putting up a 25-yard field goal and three extra points. Elliott didn't get as many chances as expected to kick field goals, but he was still accurate as ever. He should keep being a solid fantasy kicker on a good offensive team.
Philadelphia Eagles kicker Jake Elliott is looking like a strong option in a Week 3 matchup against the Detroit Lions. Elliott is always a solid and consistent option, but with the Eagles expected to be missing two of their top playmakers on Sunday, Elliott may see a few more field goal attempts as the passing game stalls out. He's a top-eight kicking option nearly every week, but looking like a top-five option in Week 3.
Philadelphia Eagles kicker Jake Elliott made both of his field goal attempts in Week 2. His kicks came from 34 and 41 yards out. Elliott did not attempt any extra points, as the Eagles were playing from behind and decided to go for a two-point conversion after their touchdowns. Elliott should continue to be one of the better and more consistent fantasy kickers, but he can't control the game script.
Philadelphia Eagles kicker Jake Elliott is a solid option in Week 2 fantasy lineups. The Eagles take on the Atlanta Falcons in what should be at least somewhat of a shootout, so Elliott will likely have plenty of kicking opportunities. He only had one field goal attempt in Week 1, but pushed three extra points through as well and should be one of the more consistent kicking options each week.
Philadelphia Eagles kicker Jake Elliott was perfect in Week 1, hitting his lone field goal attempt from 22 yards out and converting all three of his extra point attempts. In an offense that should score plenty of points, Elliott is one of the better and more consistent fantasy place kicker options.