College: Georgia Tech | 3 years
Height: 6'4" | Weight: 205 lbs
Birth Date: 7/14/1995
Depth Chart: K-FG.1
2019 Bye Week: 12
Total Pts: 125.9
Avg Pts: 10.49
Rank: 2 K
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Kansas City Chiefs kicker Harrison Butker has been one of the more reliable fantasy kickers all season. In most games Butkler has been able to connect on multiple field goals, but Week 11 was not one of those games. It wasn't his fault, Butker hit a 41 yard field goal in the victory over the Chargers. That was his only field goal attempt of the game as the Chiefs won 24-17. The Chiefs head into a bye week in Week 12 so fantasy owners who don't have a lot of depth might consider dropping Butker. The Chiefs offense is strong and Butker gets plenty of chances each week. It's not wise to drop Butker for the upcoming bye week, unless you have no other options.
Kansas City Chiefs kicker Harrison Butker had one of his best fantasy performances of the season in Week 9. He connected on all four of his field goal attempts during the 26-23 victory over Minnesota. That included one field goal that was beyond 50 yards, so fantasy owners are thanking Butker on Sunday. He finished with 14 of the Chiefs total 26 points in this one. He'll remain one of the most reliable kickers in fantasy formats going forward.
Kansas City Chiefs kicker Harrison Butker surprisingly produced most of their points in the loss to the Colts in Week 5. Butker knocked down both his field goals and the single extra point in the 19-13 loss. The Chiefs usually have a high powered offense, so Butker produces more fantasy points. Butker did his job when he was called upon, so fantasy owners can't be upset. He'll remain one of the best fantasy kickers in the NFL, and should be owned in all formats going forward.
Kansas City Chiefs kicker Harrison Butker missed one field goal, but was able to maintain his fantasy value in the 34-30 victory over the Detroit Lions. Butker connected on two of his three field goal attempts in the Week 4 win. Butker has finished with at least two field goals in three of four games this season. Fantasy owners can continue to trust Butker to remain productive in this strong Chiefs offense.
Kansas City Chiefs kicker Harrison Butker had a fairly nice game in the 33-28 victory over the Baltimore Ravens in Week 3. Butker made both his field goal attempts and collects nine total points in the victory. He knocked out four field goals in Week 1, but Butker didn't receive any field goal attempts last week versus the Raiders. Butker needs to be owned in all fantasy leagues and should continue to succeed in the seemingly unstoppable Chiefs offense.
Kansas City Chiefs kicker Harrison Butker had himself an excellent game against the Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 1. Butker is already known as one of the better kicker in the league, but he proved that point on Sunday. He knocked down all four of his field goal attempts in this contest. Butker scored 16 points by himself and the Jaguars only scored 10 more points as a team. The Chiefs offense is looking unstoppable again, so Butker will once again be a top tier kicker this season for fantasy leagues.
Kansas City Chiefs kicker Harrison Butker is once again going to be one of the better kickers in fantasy football this year. Butker is coming off a solid season with the Chiefs and should have just about the same fantasy value in 2019. This preseason Butker has made all six PATs and has made one of two field goal attempts. However, the one miss was a kick that was over 50 yards. It doesn't appear that Butker is slowing down, and he'll remain one of the better kicker options for fantasy leagues.
Updating a previous report, Kansas City Chiefs PK Harrison Butker signed a five-year contract extension worth $20.3 million on Thursday, June 13. Including incentives, the deal can max out at $21.5 million, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.
Kansas City Chiefs PK Harrison Butker signed a five-year contract extension worth roughly $20 million on Thursday, June 13, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.