The Bills made a simple statement about whatever concerns they might have over the way Carpenter struggled last season. They signed Marshall Morgan, an undrafted free agent from Georgia, to compete with him in training camp. This after Carpenter had major problems adjusting to the extra-point distance being extended from 20 to 33 yards. His six PAT misses were the second-most in the NFL. Carpenter also missed four of 27 field-goal attempts. It's not that Carpenter is incapable. In 2014, Carpenter made 34 of 38 field goals and 31 extra points. Assuming he wins the competition, he might be serviceable (the Bills' offense should be potent enough to afford ample opportunities to satisfy fantasy owners), but nobody should be in a hurry to rely solely on Carpenter as their primary kicker. He's better viewed as a bye-week filler, a streaming option or a DFS value play.