Ryan Succop

Ryan Succop

Tennessee Titans

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By Rickey Brooksher, Titans Correspondent, Mon, Sep 8th 7:41pm EDT

Kicker Ryan Succop was perfect in his Titans debut, hitting all four field goal attempts from 31, 36, 46, and 47 yards out. He also hit two PATs.

Fantasy Impact: Succop was comfortable kicking in Arrowhead Stadium for 5 years as a Chief, and it was no different this Sunday as a Titan. He kicked all four of his FG attempts right down the middle, while his replacement for the Chiefs, Carlos Santos, went 1-of-2 hitting the post both times. It also had to feel good to outscore his former team by himself 12-10. Succop isn't considered to be a great option as your fantasy kicker. Yet, if the Titans continue to play well and he uses this momentum for the rest of the season, he may end up being one of the top fantasy kickers.


By Nicholas Hopkins, Titans Correspondent, Sat, Aug 30th 8:37pm EDT

Chiefs waive K Ryan Succop. It's rookie Cairo Santos as the winner of the heated battle. (Source: Herbie Teope via Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: The 22-year-old rookie Cairo Santos has beaten the 5-year KC veteran for the starting kicking job as the team has waived Succop. His recent tweets suggest an amicable departure from the team despite the intense camp battle. Kansas City's new kid in town boasts college career stats of 129 out of 132 kicks made and a long of 57 yards.


By Mark Horn, Titans Correspondent, Mon, Jul 28th 4:13pm EDT

While Ryan Succop does have experience on his side, he is facing an intense competition from rookie free agent Cairo Santos. A huge consideration is cost versus performance. Succop is due over $2,000,000 this year versus $422,000 for Santos. Succop was 22-28 in field goals last year which is below the preferred 80%. (Source: ESPN)

Fantasy Impact: Succop, with a current ECR of 17, may be expendable in more ways than one, although for the Chief's this could be considered a risky move given his experience.


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