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Moody's first year with the 49ers doesn't evoke much confidence in a bigger second year, which is why not many folks will draft him. As a rookie he attempted just 25 field goals and averaged under 8.0 Fantasy points per game. Until his field goal opportunities grow larger (which might happen once the 49ers offense slows down), he's not worth drafting.

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Field Goals
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Kicking Points
Fantasy Points
Fantasy Points per Game
2023 21 25 60 123 1297.6
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  • 49ers' Jake Moody: Overcomes early shank

    Moody went 2-for-3 on field-goal attempts and 4-for-4 on extra-point tries in the 49ers' 34-31 victory over the Lions in Sunday's NFC Championship Game. Moody's day got off to a rocky start when he shanked a 48-yard attempt wide right on the 49ers' opening possession. The rookie settled in thereafter, converted his next six kicks -- including field goals of 43 and 33 yards -- without issue, helping his squad advance to the Super Bowl. Moody will likely be the more affordable option between he and the Chiefs' Harrison Butker in DFS showdown contests for the Feb. 11 Super Bowl matchup with Kansas City, given the latter's playoff experience and superior field-goal percentage in 2023.
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  • 49ers' Jake Moody: Kicker to Sit

    Moody has topped seven Fantasy points just twice in his past six games, and this could be another down game for him against the Rams in Week 18. The 49ers are expected to rest several starters, including Brock Purdy and Christian McCaffrey, and scoring chances could be scarce. The Rams also have allowed just one kicker to score more than seven Fantasy points in their past six games.
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  • 49ers' Jake Moody: Perfect in win

    Moody made both of his field-goal attempts and all three of his extra-point tries in Sunday's 27-10 win over the Commanders. Moody hit field goals from 38 and 22 yards. With only Sunday's finale versus the Rams remaining, Moody ranks 10th among kickers with 121 points.
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  • 49ers' Jake Moody: Nails 45-yard FG in loss

    Moody went 1-for-1 on field-goal attempts and 2-for-2 on point-after tries in Monday's 33-19 loss to Baltimore. Moody had another low-use game in Week 16, but this time it was due to his team getting blown out by an opponent as opposed to the other way around. The rookie kicker has been afforded just two field-goal attempts over San Francisco's last four games. Moody has done his part when called upon, nailing both FG attempts from 40-plus yards out and converting all 18 PATs over that same span. The Michigan product may wind up seeing more action in Week 17 with a matchup against Washington's league-worst defense slated for Dec. 31.
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  • 49ers' Jake Moody: Converts all attempts Thursday

    Moody made his only field-goal attempt from 32 yards out and went 4-for-4 on point-after tries in Thursday's 31-13 win over Seattle. Moody barely broke a sweat on his five kicks Thursday, as his only field-goal attempt wound up being a shorter kick than his four successful PATs. The end result was another clean outing for the rookie, who has converted 85 percent of his field goals (17-for-20) and all 37 of his extra-point attempts through 11 games this season. Moody will be one of the new faces introduced to a developing rivalry between NFC powerhouses when the 49ers visit the Eagles on Dec. 3.
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  • 49ers' Jake Moody: Accounts for nine points

    Moody went 2-for-2 on field-goal attempts and 3-for-3 on point-after tries in Sunday's 27-14 win over the Buccaneers. Moody kept things rolling with his second perfect kicking performance with multiple field goals made in as many weeks. The rookie's season has mirrored that of his new club, as the Michigan product got off to a blazing start before hitting the skids mid-season. Just like the 49ers, Moody used the bye week as a reset and has since railed off two strong fantasy kicking lines. He will be shooting for a third when San Francisco heads north to face Seattle on Thursday Night Football in Week 12.
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  • 49ers' Jake Moody: First miss leads to first team loss

    Moody went 1-for-3 on field-goal attempts and 2-for-2 on extra-point attempts in Sunday's 19-17 loss to the Browns. Moody's perfect stretch to begin his pro career finally came to an end following after missing two crucial kicks in Week 6's loss to Cleveland. The rookie placekicker missed the first and last of his three attempts Sunday. The first miss came early in the contest from 54 yards out, but it was his final miss on a 41-yard attempt that stands out after his team lost by just two points. Moody will have to shake off his first rough outing in the pros and attempt to bounce back when the 49ers face the Vikings on Monday Night Football in Week 7.
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  • 49ers' Jake Moody: Limited to PATs on Sunday

    Moody went 6-for-6 on point-after tries without attempting a field goal in Sunday's 42-10 win over the Cowboys. Moody finished without a field-goal attempt for the second consecutive week after converting nine attempts over the 49ers' first three games. The rookie kicker stayed perfect by converting PATs on each of San Francisco's six touchdown drives Sunday. Moody should be considered a startable fantasy option against Cleveland this Sunday after successfully converting all 29 of his kicking opportunities through five weeks.
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  • 49ers' Jake Moody: Hits five PATs

    Moody did not attempt a field goal and converted all five of his point-after tries in Sunday's 35-16 win over the Cardinals. The 49ers' offense did not falter in the red zone Sunday, leaving little work for Moody in a comfortable win. The third-round rookie was fresh off of three straight 12-point performances, so this feels like a down fantasy game through no fault of his own. Moody will attempt to maintain his perfect kicking percentage when the 49ers face the Cowboys on Sunday Night Football in Week 5.
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  • 49ers' Jake Moody: Stays perfect in win

    Moody went 3-for-3 on field-goal attempts and 3-for-3 on point-after tries in Thursday's 30-12 win over the Giants. Moody has been perfect to begin his pro career by converting all 18 kicking opportunities presented to him through three games. Thursday's FG attempts were of the chip-shot variety, coming from 21, 28 and 36 yards, but the rookie was able to show off his driver on a 57-yard conversion in Week 2. Moody has quickly become one of the top kicking options in fantasy behind San Francisco's high-octane offense. The Michigan product will look to continue his early success in a plus matchup against the Cardinals on Oct. 1.
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  • 49ers' Jake Moody: Hits from 57 yards

    Moody was a perfect 3-for-3 on field-goal attempts and 3-for-3 on extra-point attempts in Sunday's 30-23 win over the Rams. The 49ers have kept Moody busy with 12 combined kicking opportunities through the first two games of the season. The third-round rookie responded by converting every attempt without drama, including a 57-yard drive that split the uprights Sunday. Moody will look to keep the strong start to his career rolling against the Giants on Thursday.
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  • 49ers' Jake Moody: Cleared to play

    Moody (quadricep) was removed from the 49ers' injury report and will play Sunday against the Steelers, Nick Wagoner of reports. Moody pulled his quad during the preseason but has been cleared to kick for Week 1. Likely kicking at less than 100 percent and on the road in a game with a projected low scoring total, Moody isn't an exciting fantasy option Sunday.
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  • 49ers' Jake Moody: Remains limited Thursday

    Moody (quadriceps) practiced in a limited capacity Thursday, Matt Barrows of The Athletic reports. After sitting out the 49ers' preseason finale due to a strained right quadriceps, Moody was deemed week-to-week by the team, but by Monday he was able to kick on a side field, per Nick Wagoner of Moody now has logged back-to-back capped practices and seems on course to be available Sunday in Pittsburgh. Friday's injury report ultimately will unveil whether or not he heads into the weekend with a designation. If Moody isn't able to suit up, San Francisco has Matthew Wright at the ready on the practice squad.
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  • 49ers' Jake Moody: Officially limited Wednesday

    Moody (quadricep) was limited at Wednesday's practice, Nick Wagoner of reports. Moody didn't suit up for the 49ers' exhibition finale due to a right quad strain, an injury that prompted San Francisco to label him week-to-week. Fellow kicker Zane Gonzalez (calf) also didn't play in that game, and after a stint on injured reserve, the team released him Tuesday with an injury settlement. As a result, Moody's only competition for kicker duties in the Bay Area is practice-squad member Matthew Wright. While Wright actually has NFL experience under his belt, head coach Kyle Shanahan told David Lombardi of The Athletic that the team expects Moody, a rookie third-round pick out of Michigan, to be available for Sunday's Week 1 road matchup with the Steelers.
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  • 49ers' Jake Moody: On track for opener

    Moody (quadriceps) was on a side field Monday, kicking alongside recent practice-squad signing Matthew Wright, Nick Wagoner of reports. Moody attempted short and mid-range kicks during the open portion of practice and reportedly had no trouble putting the ball high up on the net. He seems to be on track for Sunday's game in Pittsburgh, but the 49ers brought in Wright just in case Moody suffers a setback. As much as his team context hints at possible fantasy value this year, Moody will start the season with a tough matchup even if his quad proves to be a non-issue, playing at one of the harshest stadiums for kickers and against one of the few teams that can nearly match his when it comes to veteran talent on defense.
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  • 49ers' Jake Moody: Strains quad

    Moody strained his right quadriceps and won't play in Friday's preseason game against the Chargers, Nick Wagoner of reports. The rookie is day-to-day, but an injury to his kicking leg could be a problem even if it isn't too serious. Moody had a rough summer after being selected in the third round in April, missing two field-goal attempts and a PAT in his two preseason games. Zane Gonzalez will handle all the kicks Friday night.
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  • 49ers' Jake Moody: Gets off on wrong foot

    Moody missed both of his field-goal attempts (1-for-1 on PATs) in his preseason debut against the Raiders on Sunday. Moody shanked his first attempt left from 40 yards out following one of the few lengthy drives by the offense Sunday. He squared up his next kick, but it was a 58-yard desperation attempt. This is a concerning start for a kicker the 49ers drafted in the third round in order to avoid re-signing one of the most accurate kickers in NFL history, Robbie Gould. That is no fault of Moody, who will look to right the ship against Denver on Saturday.
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  • 49ers' Jake Moody: Solid showing so far

    Moody has been having a strong training camp, Eric Branch of the San Francisco Chronicle reports. Moody has missed only one kick in practice out of his 20 attempts thus far, including multiple tries beyond 50 yards and a 60-yard attempt that easily cleared the crossbar. He's currently competing with Zane Gonzalez in camp, though considering Moody was taken in the third round of the 2023 Draft and his solid performance thus far, he likely has the inside track for the job.
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