Tristan Vizcaino, Los Angeles Chargers at Kansas City Chiefs

To beat Kansas City you have to score touchdowns, which means extra points for the kickers instead of field goals. Also if you’re having to make up scores, 2-point conversions are sometimes needed over extra points. It’s a dilemma that faces any kicker playing the Chiefs and Vizcaino will be the latest victim. Don’t believe me? Even Justin Tucker scored just 7.0 points against them last week despite finishing four scoring drives (three extra points, one field goal between 40-49 yards).

Last year, five opposing kickers converted multiple field goals against the Chiefs, and three of those five times, were the only times any kicker scored double-digit points.