Last year, Tucker had one of the best kicking seasons in NFL history. His 89.8 percent career field goal conversion rate and perfect extra point record make him the most accurate kicker in NFL history, just ahead of Cowboys kicker Dan Bailey. As Fansided.com put it, "There really is no question [Tucker's] the best kicker in the game right now." Part of the appeal from a fantasy perspective is the Ravens' willingness to fall back on Tucker without hesitation. Tucker's accuracy is incredible, there's no doubt about it, but one of the main reasons he had such a good season last year was because he had to kick a ton of field goals. And over the past two seasons, a lot of Tucker's attempts have come from long range. During 2014, the Ravens' best offensive season with Tucker kicking, he only attempted 13 field goals from 40-plus yards. In the past two seasons he's averaged over 20, in part because of the team's offensive struggles, but more so because his coaching staff trusts Tucker to make the long kicks. And for fantasy owners, that's a good thing.