The Dolphins drafted Sturgis in the fifth round last year, and he went on to lead the team in scoring. His biggest asset is his strong leg on long field goals and kickoffs. He made 26 of 34 field goals and all 33 extra points to finish with a very respectable 117 points. He had six games with double digits fantasy points, and he made three kicks from 50-plus yards. Reasons for optimism? New OC Bill Lazor could inject some life into an offense that has revamped the offensive line and added Knowshon Moreno to a group of playmakers that includes an improving Ryan Tannehill, Mike Wallace and surprisingly dangerous TE Charles Clay. While he probably shouldn't be high on your draft list, Sturgis will be a solid option as a bye-week filler or as a potential replacement if your No. 1 kicker is injured or gets off to a slow start.