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Fantasy Profile: Dan Bailey, Kicker, Dallas Cowboys

Welcome back to the 2015 Last Word on Sports Fantasy Football Guide. Over the next several weeks we will be releasing player profiles, projections, position rankings, and a number of other articles that will help you dominate your fantasy league this season. Whether you have a standard draft, a snake or an auction league, and whether it’s keeper league or a one-year deal; we have all the fantasy information you need.

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Fantasy Profile: Dan Bailey, Kicker, Dallas Cowboys

Dan Bailey is an efficient kicker on a high powered offense in Dallas. Last year he made 25 of 29 field goals for an average of 86.2%. He also was good on all of his 56 extra point attempts which were the most of any kicker in football. Even though DeMarco Murray was a big reason for the success in Dallas last year, the Dallas Cowboys will be a top tier offense once again this season. The key to the offense in Dallas is the offensive line, which has managed to actually get better in the off-season. With that line the Dallas Cowboys will continue to move the ball down the field efficiently. Quarterback Tony Romo will still successfully move the ball into scoring range for Bailey. Bailey should be on fantasy teams as the 5th to 10th kicker selected in fantasy drafts.

Career Stats
Season Team FGs PAT
G GS Blk Lng FG Att FGM Pct XP Att XPM Pct Blk
2014 Dallas Cowboys 16 0 1 56 29 25 86.2 56 56 100 0
2013 Dallas Cowboys 16 0 0 53 30 28 93.3 47 47 100 0
2012 Dallas Cowboys 16 0 0 51 31 29 93.5 37 37 100 0
2011 Dallas Cowboys 16 0 1 51 37 32 86.5 39 39 100 0
TOTAL 2 56 127 114 89.8 179 179 100 0

Main Photo: GREEN BAY, WI – Dan Bailey #5 of the Dallas Cowboys reacts after missing the field goal in the second quarter of the 2015 NFC Divisional Playoff game against the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field on January 11, 2015 in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Photo by Mike McGinnis / Getty Images / NFL


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