Adam Vinatieri

Big Game Hunting with Adam Vinatieri

The greatest clutch kicker in NFL history is also a marksman off the field
The greatest clutch kicker in NFL history is also a marksman off the field

Four-time Super Bowl champion Adam Vinatieri, 43, certainly knows a thing or two about big games.

 

The 20-year veteran kicker holds the NFL record for career postseason points scored (234) and has delivered time and again in high-pressure, high-profile situations. Vinatieri split the uprights on a 48-yard field goal to win Super Bowl XXXVI. Two years later, he won another Super Bowl by kicking a 41-yarder. The infamous “Tuck Rule” game? Won on a field goal by you-know-who.

 

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Fantasy Football: Never Reach for the Kicker

History shows there's just no reason to go "early" on the kicker position

You read it, hear it, see it every season: Don't draft a kicker until you absolutely have to. Numbers don't lie. There's just no need to do it. Yet, people still do it. This draft season already, I've seen it happen with eight rounds to go, seven rounds to go, you name it.

Three rounds to go should be the absolute minimum and that is only if it is a deep roster and you've already filled out all the bench spots you can.

Here's why.

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