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Week 3 Outlook
Travis Coons goes 1-for-2 on extra points in Saturday's loss to the Kansas City Chiefs.
Coons didn't get an opportunity to kick any field goals in the game. His missed extra-point attempt in the first half didn't help his case. The Chargers play the New York Jets in Week 16.
Travis Coons converted all three field goal attempts and his three extra-point attempts in Sunday's win over the Washington Redskins.
Coons hit from 21, 33, and 36 yards. Considering the bad luck the Chargers have had with kickers, Coons should stick around for a while.
In his season debut, Travis Coons connected on 4-of-5 field goal attempts in Sunday's win over the Cleveland Browns. He also converted his lone extra-point attempt.
Coons hit one 40-yarder, and the other three field-goals were within 28 yards. Coons missed his first attempt, a 38-yard field goal in the first quarter. The Chargers play the Washington Redskins in Week 14.
ESPN Cleveland columnist Tony Grossi believes that undrafted free agent kicker Brad Craddock could push Travis Coons for the Browns' starting kicker position
Craddock converted 81.4% of his field goal attempts in four college seasons while receiving the Lou Groza Award in 2014 as the nationâ€™s outstanding kicker. More importantly, he has never had a field goal blocked, whereas Coons had four of his blocked just last year. For now, Coons should be considered the favorite, but Craddock will make this a true battle in training camp.
Travis Coons was 4-for-4 on field goal attempts, converting from 20-29 yards and 30-39 yards in week 17 vs. the Steelers.
Travis Coons finishes the season converting 85.7 percent of field goal attempts and 91.7 percent of extra point attempts. Coons will finish the season in the bottom five for all kickers scoring only 111 fantasy points.