After a successful first year in 2015, Myers saw his field goal conversion percentage dip to 79 percent in Year 2. Entering his third season, youth is no longer an excuse. But new HC Doug Marrone has already shown faith in the kicker, having him kick eight field goals in the final two games of last season, when Marrone served as interim coach. Myers went 6 of 8 with a long of fifty six yards in those games against the Titans and the Colts. He's almost certain to be the starter in 2017 barring an unexpected poor showing in training camp and the preseason (or a super-impressive effort from undrafted free agent Nick Weiler). Remember: Myers was an undrafted player himself, and he's the only other placekicker on the roster, so Weiler will likely be there simply to keep the team from overworking Myers' leg. In addition, Myers is still relatively unknown as a clutch field goal kicker. He missed two game-winning attempts from a reasonable distance as a rookie against the Colts, but he has also made some clutch kicks (including a 50-plus yarder with no time on the clock to beat the Baltimore Ravens in 2015). Again, Myers shouldn't be considered a front-line fantasy prospect.