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K SEA

College: Marist | 6 years
Height: 5'10" | Weight: 190 lbs
Birth Date: 5/12/1991
2020 Bye Week: 11

Total Pts: 114.4
Avg Pts: 7.15
Rank: 6 K

Fantasy Week
Pts
Scoring
Week 15.90Jason Myers 2 made PATs (2.00 pts)
Jason Myers 1 made FG (3.00 pts)
Jason Myers 49 yd FG (1.90 pts)
Jason Myers 1 missed FG (-1.00 pts)
Week 25.50Jason Myers 2 made PATs (2.00 pts)
Jason Myers 1 made FG (3.00 pts)
Jason Myers 45 yd FG (1.50 pts)
Jason Myers 1 missed FG (-1.00 pts)
Player Notes
Jan 13 12:00am ET

Seattle Seahawks kicker Jason Myers unfortunately saw his streak come to an end as he pushed his last field goal try of the season wide right. Myers was called on to try to drill a 50-yarder off the frozen tundra, but the kick drifted right the whole way. Overall, Myers made 82% of his field goal tries in the regular season, but he never missed from less than 40 yards out and finished the year on a hot streak. The 28-year-old signed a four-year deal with Seattle before the start of the season, but there's no guaranteed money in the deal for next season, so he may see himself competing for the job in camp next year.

From RotoBaller

Jan 10 2:00pm ET

Seattle Seahawks kicker Jason Myers has certainly kicked against the Packers multiple times in the past, but he's never done it on the Frozen Tundra. Heading to Lambeau Field for the first time, Myers is riding a streak of not missing a non-blocked kick in over a month. In a game where the Packers are favored by little more than a field goal, Myers may find the weight of the season on his shoulders. He'll need to be on point because Seattle's offense has struggled without their usual running game recently, and every point will matter in a matchup that has regularly gone down to the wire. If the Seahawks are going to win in Wisconsin for the first time in 20 years, they'll need everyone, Myers included. He could be in for the game of his life.

From RotoBaller

Jan 6 3:00am ET

Seattle Seahawks kicker Jason Myers got off to a rough start on Sunday in Philadelphia when his first attempted field goal of the game was blocked. The 35-yard attempt was substantially deflected at the line of scrimmage and fell dead off to the right of the play. However, Myers was able to bounce back and still put Seattle on the board first when he drilled a 49-yarder near the end of the first quarter. From there, he was given the critical task of knocking through extra points. Two touchdowns were followed by two perfect kicks, and the Seahawks were headed to the next round. Myers will be forced to kick in Green Bay next week, but at least it looks like the winds will be manageable and snow shouldn't be on the field.

From RotoBaller

Jan 4 3:00pm ET

Seattle Seahawks kicker Jason Myers was perfect the last time he kicked in Philly, drilling a short field goal and a pair of extra points. He'll hope to keep the good times going on Sunday when Seattle faces off against the Eagles in the Wild Card round. It's Myers first trip to the playoffs, and the life of a kicker means he could find the team's entire season riding on him. Myers has been on a roll recently, knocking through 11 straight field goals, and he never missed from within the 40-yard line all season. He's a solid kicker, but this will be the biggest game of his career.

From RotoBaller

Dec 30 4:10am ET

Seattle Seahawks kicker Jason Myers knocked through every kick presented to him on Sunday night, but all three were for extra points instead of field goals. For the first time in over three months, Myers wasn't asked to kick a single field goal in a game. The blank day allowed him to finish the regular season with 11 straight field goals made, having missed zero since his stomach-turning shank against the Bucs that sent that game to overtime. Overall, Myers knocked through 23 field goals, and he never missed from less than 40 yards out. It wasn't an Earth-shattering performance this year by the 28-year-old, but it was solid and dependable.

From RotoBaller

Dec 28 3:30pm ET

Seattle Seahawks kicker Jason Myers could face one of the biggest matchups of his career when the team welcomes the San Francisco 49ers to town on Sunday. These NFC West matchups regularly come down to one kick, like Seattle's last win against SF and their earlier win against the Rams, and this one will decide the NFC West crown. Myers could be looking at another last-second pressure-filled boot that could change the course of the entire season, and he'll be kicking at home, where he's struggled quite a bit this year. Hopefully, he'll be able to keep it all in check and be laser-focused this time.

From RotoBaller

Dec 23 4:20am ET

Seattle Seahawks kicker Jason Myers held up his end of the bargain by drilling both field goal tries he was presented with, including a 51-yarder late in the third quarter. The long boot was Myers' second-longest of the season and his longest since October. Myers had previously struggled to kick in Seattle, but he was on point in Sunday's game, though the team still lost. Myers will need to remain at his best over the next few weeks as Seattle faces a division-deciding game against the 49ers in the final week of the regular season and the playoffs after that. Myers could prove to be a critical piece.

From RotoBaller

Dec 21 6:20pm ET

Seattle Seahawks kicker Jason Myers is one of the few players who doesn't seem to enjoy home cooking so far, notably struggling when kicking in the Emerald City. Myers has only made 69% of his field goal tries at home while he hasn't missed a single field goal opportunity on the road since Week 2. Fortunately, Seattle has been able to overcome his wildness at home, but he'll have to be better if they intend on winning out the rest of the season. For now, Myers is working on the back of a perfect performance against the Vikings. Hopefully, he'll be able to keep up the good work against familiar foes like the Cardinals and 49ers in the next two weeks.

From RotoBaller

Dec 16 1:40am ET

Seattle Seahawks kicker Jason Myers drilled a 30-yarder in Sunday's win over the Panthers to improve to five straight games without missing a field goal. Unfortunately, he faded his first extra point attempt into the right upright, giving him a missed XP for the second week in a row. That said, he made the other three on the day to finish with a solid performance. He finished the season 12-of-13 on field goals on the road, and he has yet to miss from inside the 40-yard line all year. Myers is no Justin Tucker, but he's been a solid kicking addition for the Seahawks this season.

From RotoBaller

Dec 15 2:10am ET

Seattle Seahawks kicker Jason Myers has cranked it up recently, and he'll look to continue his stellar ways in the cool, crisp air of Charlotte on Sunday. Myers hasn't missed a field goal in over a month, he's been better on the road than in his wet and windy home stadium, and he'll be facing a Carolina team that does an excellent job of locking down opposing offenses only after they've gotten in field goal range. Carolina has allowed the second-most fantasy points to opposing kickers this year, and it should be a perfect day for booting the ball on Sunday. If there was ever a day to roll the dice on Myers, this is probably going to be the day.

From RotoBaller

Dec 9 4:00am ET

Seattle Seahawks kicker Jason Myers missed his first kick in four weeks when he missed an extra point in Seattle's Sunday night loss to the Rams. Myers' missed kick came after a pick-six by Quandre Diggs, and while it hurts to see any missed chances at points, Seattle's offense was so pitiful that the miss proved inconsequential. Myers has been money since his meltdown against the Bucs, and hopefully this will just be a minor blip. He did drill both field goals he attempted in the game, so maybe that'll help keep his confidence up and keep him focused.

From RotoBaller

Dec 7 9:00pm ET

Seattle Seahawks kicker Jason Myers has turned his season around since his hiccoughs against Tampa Bay, and he'll need to be on point against a dangerous Rams team this weekend. Last time, Seattle squeaked out a victory thanks to a last-second shanked field goal by the Rams kicker, so Myers was bailed out for missing one of his own earlier in the game. Now he comes into the game having made six straight field goals and nine straight extra points. Expect Pete Carroll to continue to depend mightily on Myers, and he could be just what a desperate fantasy owner needs to finish out the playoffs.

From RotoBaller

Dec 3 3:30am ET

Seattle Seahawks kicker Jason Myers was the definition of perfection on Monday night against Minnesota when he knocked through three field goals and four extra points in the win. Myers was gifted nothing but short kicks, with his longest being made from 32 yards, but the important thing is that he's continued to roll since his poor showing against Tampa. Since that game, Myers has gone 6-for-6 on field goals and 9-for-9 on extra points. He's not automatic like Justin Tucker, but a dependable kicker is golden when it comes to the playoffs. Seattle is focused on nothing but those playoffs.

From RotoBaller

Nov 30 2:30pm ET

Seattle Seahawks kicker Jason Myers was slowed down last week with a small hip injury, but he showed on Sunday that there were no ill effects as he was perfect on field goals for the second straight week. This Monday will be his first time kicking at home again since he had a dreadful performance against the Bucs nearly a month ago, and hopefully he'll be able to keep his recent streak going. He'll be facing a cold but dry and relatively calm evening on Monday, so he should have pretty ideal conditions. Myers hasn't been the stud he was last season, but he's been an acceptable kicker in deeper leagues. He should continue that trend this week.

From RotoBaller

Nov 25 3:20am ET

Seattle Seahawks kicker Jason Myers was set up for a difficult task on Sunday as he had to kick in cold, windy conditions in Philadelphia, but he was perfect. Myers wasn't facing any long kicks, but he knocked through a short field goal and a pair of extra points without incident as he continues to come back from his struggles earlier in the season. Myers has now been perfect in three of his last four games, and he's been a sure bet from inside the 40-yard line this season. He's still not the most productive kicker since Seattle's offense has been doing a fine job of finding the end zone this year, but dependability is a valuable trait for a team in the playoff hunt.

From RotoBaller

Nov 22 10:00pm ET

Seattle Seahawks kicker Jason Myers did a great job of redeeming himself in San Francisco two weeks ago when he nailed a pair of field goals and extra points en route to the Seattle overtime victory. Now he'll face another tough challenge as he's headed into Philadelphia on a cold, windy day. Weather forecasts are calling for winds of 15+ miles per hour throughout the game, and rain is expected throughout the morning before the game begins. The wet, windy weather will make kicking even more of a challenge than it already is, and Myers hasn't been stellar this season. Hopefully, last week will be the inspiration to keep him on track from here on out.

From RotoBaller

Nov 22 5:53pm ET

Seattle Seahawks TE Luke Willson (hamstring) was unable to practice all week and is listed as doubtful for Week 12 against the Philadelphia Eagles. DE Jadeveon Clowney (knee, hip) also did not practice all week, while CB Neiko Thorpe (groin) missed practice for a second straight day Friday, Nov. 22; both players are listed as questionable. OT Duane Brown (knee, biceps) did not practice Friday but has been removed from the injury report. WR Tyler Lockett (shin) and DT Jarran Reed (ankle, groin) were limited Friday but also no longer appear on the injury report. S Lano Hill (elbow), QB Russell Wilson (hamstring), S Quandre Diggs (hamstring), PK Jason Myers (hip), DE Quinton Jefferson (hip, ankle), OG Mike Iupati (rest, foot), LB K.J. Wright (shoulder) and OT George Fant (knee) practiced in full Friday and have also been cleared to play.

From TheHuddle

Nov 21 7:43pm ET

Seattle Seahawks DE Jadeveon Clowney (knee, hip), TE Luke Willson (hamstring), DT Jarran Reed (ankle, groin), CB Neiko Thorpe (groin) and TE Ed Dickson (knee) didn't participate in practice Thursday, Nov. 21. DE Quinton Jefferson (hip, ankle), G Mike Iupati (non-injury, foot), LB K.J. Wright (shoulder), OT Duane Brown (knee, biceps) and OT George Fant (knee) were limited. S Lano Hill (elbow), S Quandre Diggs (hamstring), TE Jacob Hollister (non-injury), PK Jason Myers (hip), LB Bobby Wagner (non-injury) and DT Al Woods (non-injury) practiced in full.

From TheHuddle

Nov 20 7:53pm ET

Seattle Seahawks OT Duane Brown (biceps, knee), DE Jadeveon Clowney (hip, knee) and TE Luke Willson (hamstring) did not participate in practice Wednesday, Nov. 20. DE Quinton Jefferson (ankle, hip), S Quandre Diggs (hamstring), TE Jacob Hollister (non-injury), OG Mike Iupati (foot, non-injury), PK Jason Myers (hip), DT Jarran Reed (ankle, groin), LB Bobby Wagner (non-injury), DT Al Woods (non-injury) and LB K.J. Wright (shoulder) were limited during practice. S Lano Hill (elbow) fully participated in practice.

From TheHuddle

Nov 12 3:50am ET

Seattle Seahawks kicker Jason Myers caught plenty of bad press for missing a game-winning kick last week, but the offense bailed him out by scoring a touchdown in overtime. This week, it was Myers who did the saving. Myers blasted through three extra points and a pair of field goals, including a game-winning 42-yarder as time expired in overtime. Myers hasn't really lived up to his billing as a Pro Bowl kicker, especially lately, but he came through when it mattered most on Monday night. Hopefully, this will be a sign of things to come, and that missed game-winner against the Bucs will be seen as the turning point of his season.

From RotoBaller

Player Transactions
  • 14-Mar-2019: SEA - Signed, Unrestricted FA - Four-year contract (through 2022)
  • 13-Mar-2019: NYJ - Declared Free Agent
  • 21-Aug-2018: NYJ - Acquired from Waivers
  • 20-Aug-2018: SEA - Cut
  • 03-Jan-2018: SEA - Signed
  • 17-Oct-2017: JAC - Cut
NFL Week
OppPtsFGAFGXPAXP
2019 Season114.4023284044
Week 1CIN3.000033
Week 2@PIT3.000144
Week 3NOR3.000033
Week 4@ARI9.302233
Week 5LAR6.201233
Week 6@CLE7.802223
Week 7BAL10.003411
Week 8@ATL12.602233
Week 9TAM5.702423
Week 10@SFO11.802233
Week 11bye
Week 12@PHI5.001122
Week 13MIN13.603344
Week 14@LAR6.302201
Week 15@CAR5.001134
Week 16ARI9.102211
Week 17SFO3.000033
Wildcard@PHI5.901222
Divisional@GNB5.501222