College: Colorado | 13 years
Height: 6'1" | Weight: 207 lbs
Birth Date: 9/3/1984
Depth Chart: K-FG.1
2019 Bye Week: 11
Total Pts: 0.00
Avg Pts: 0.00
Rank: 0 K
Crosby had his best season in a few years, finishing fifth overall in fantasy kicker scoring. He scored 124 points, including 5-of-7 field goals from 50-plus yards. He did have a few struggles on longer kicks throughout the year, going 11-of-15 on kicks between 40 and 49 yards. Crosby has at least 108 points every season in the NFL but one. Crosby has a big leg and is very accurate on shorter kicks. He has struggled with some accuracy issues throughout his career, though, especially on longer kicks.
FANTASY OUTLOOK: Crosby has good fantasy value in a top offense. He has a solid track record and plenty of success for fantasy teams. He should be considered a top-10 option. Expect around 125 points.
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Green Bay Packers kicker Mason Crosby is an effective starting option this week against the Denver Broncos. Crosby has been accurate all season, and in familiar surroundings there is no reason why that would change. The Denver Broncos have allowed just over an average number of field-goal attempts, giving up four so far this season. With the Packers expected to win the matchup, combining the field-goal opportunity with the expectation of extra-point conversions, Crosby should be a starter for fantasy owners this week.
Green Bay Packers kicker Mason Crosby converted all three kicks he attempted in the victory over the Minnesota Vikings. Unfortunately for fantasy owners, all three kicks were extra points. Crosby won the kicking battle in the offseason and has been accurate so far this season. Crosby should remain a streaming option each week as part of an effective Packers offense.
Green Bay Packers kicker Mason Crosby could have a productive matchup against the Minnesota Vikings this week. The Vikings didn't allow the Atlanta Falcons to have a foothold in the matchup in Week 1. However, on the road against the Green Bay Packers that is likely to change. Aaron Rodgers has traditionally been able to move the sticks in the divisional matchup but hasn't been able to convert touchdowns. If that continues, then Crosby has a great opportunity to convert several field goals this week.
Green Bay Packers kicker Mason Crosby was only called on by the team twice but was able to convert both attempts, in the opening matchup against the Chicago Bears. Crosby converted the extra point and then hit a 39-yard field goal in the final quarter to win the game for the away side. Crosby should likely be asked to complete more work in the coming games, but it is encouraging that he has hit all of the kicks asked to.
Green Bay Packers PK Mason Crosby won the kicking competition with the team cutting PK Sam Ficken Saturday, Aug. 31.
Fantasy Spin: Crosby will be a midrange PK1 in fantasy this year.
Green Bay Packers kicker Mason Crosby hit both of his extra-point attempts in the preseason matchup against the Oakland Raiders. Crosby has been leading the kicking matchup with Sam Ficken throughout camp. Ficken converted his single point after attempt too. At this point, the veteran has certainly edged ahead and is likely to take the spot on the roster.
Green Bay Packers kicker Mason Crosby is holding off a strong challenge from Sam Ficken, who was claimed from waivers early in the offseason. Crosby has hit 16 of his 17 attempts in practice, and in the preseason matchups has hit all three of his kicks. However, Ficken who was in camp earlier, with the veteran missing time through injury, has connected on 28 of the 35 attempts he has taken on in practice. Whoever wins this battle in camp will have fantasy value in an offense that should score points this season.
Green Bay Packers kicker Mason Crosby continues to lead the kicking battle against Sam Ficken. There were only three kicking opportunities in the game, and Crosby was given two of them. Crosby and Ficken both kicked field goals from over 40 yards, and then Crosby was given the extra point attempt in the second half of the season. Crosby currently leads the kicking battle this offseason by two kicks now.
Green Bay Packers kicker Mason Crosby has edged ahead in the kicking battle with Sam Ficken. The veteran was previously one kick behind after a recent practice dual, with both kickers converting both of their point after attempts in the preseason opener against the Houston Texans. However, in recent practice Crosby hit all five attempts, with Ficken missed two- putting him behind the veteran in the head to head competition. Ficken may have been signed early in the process, with Crosby missing time through injury, but the winner of the competition will have fantasy value in a good offense.
Green Bay Packers K Mason Crosby (calf) said he missed practices as a precautionary measure and is no longer bothered by calf tightness.
Green Bay Packers RBs Aaron Jones (hamstring) and Jamaal Williams (hamstring), LBs Kendall Donnerson (hamstring) and OLB Greg Roberts (abdomen), CB Josh Jackson (foot), OT Jason Spriggs (trapezius), DE Fadol Brown (calf) and PK Mason Crosby (calf) missed the team's 'Family Night' practice on Friday, Aug. 2.
Green Bay Packers PK Mason Crosby (calf) and CB Josh Jackson (foot) were placed on the Active/Non-Football Injury list Thursday, July 25.
Green Bay Packers PK Mason Crosby could face a real challenge from PK Sam Ficken in training camp, according to ESPN's Rob Demovsky, who notes this is the first time since 2013 that the Packers have carried a second kicker on their offseason roster. Crosby is in the final year of his contract and is set to earn $3.6 million in salary and bonuses.