Succop did a nice job on kickoffs, and though he missed the clutch field goal attempt in the final regular season game in San Diego, he's made plenty of big kicks before. He also bounced back in the playoff game by making all three of his field goal attempts. He finishes the regular season 22 of 27 on field goals. Nonetheless, the veteran will face competition this summer in the form of undrafted Tulane kicker Cairo Santos, who signed a free-agent contract with the Chiefs in May. Santos won the Lou Groza Award in 2012 after hitting all 21 of his field goals. Succop has connected on 81 percent for his career. But his success rate of 78.6 percent in 2013 ranked 28th out of 32 starting kickers. The Chiefs have enough offensive firepower to make their kicker of some interest to fantasy owners. Make sure you know who that kicker is before draft day.