Fantasy Football is a sport of consistency and championships are usually won with some combination of good skill players. But that doesn't mean that having a good kicker isn't extremely beneficial. A consistent kicker can make all the difference during the regular season and a good playoff performance can help you get a win. Let's take a look at the ten best kickers in 2016 fantasy.

1. Matt Bryant.

The Falcons paired the highest scoring offense in the league with the highest scoring kicker in the league. Matt Bryant scored 176 fantasy points and averaged 11 fantasy Points Per Game in 2016.

2. Justin Tucker.

The Ravens kicker could easily be the best kicker in the league and he had no trouble racking up points during the year. Tucker scored 174 fantasy points and averaged just under 11 fantasy points per game.

3. Adam Vinatieri.

The Colts kicker scored 145 fantasy points and averaged slightly above 9 points per game during a year in which the Colts struggled to score a ton in the red zone.

4. Caleb Sturgis.

Philadelphia's offensive struggles didn't hurt Sturgis, who benefitted from the increased volume of field goals. He scored 144 fantasy points and averaged nine points per game.

5. Matt Prater.

Detroit's kicker was great for them this season and Prater was great for fantasy owners who saw him score 8.9 fantasy points per game.

6. Dustin Hopkins.

The Redskins offense showed significant improvement in 2016, and Hopkins directly benefitted from it as a result. He also scored 8.9 fantasy points per game.

7. Wil Lutz.

The Saints kicker might have been a rookie, but he was one of the top fantasy scorers all season. Lutz averaged 8.8 points per game and was frequently recommended by me.

8. Nick Novak.

Houston's offense was complete trash in 2016, but they did manage to get in field goal range enough for Novak to sneak into this Top 10. He averaged 8.4 points per game.

9. Stephen Gostkowski.

The Patriots kicker is usually expected to finish with a top fantasy point total among kickers, but he had an off year this season.

Gostkowski averaged only 8.4 points per game, hurting those owners who drafted him early.

10. Dan Bailey.

One of the most accurate kickers of all time didn't get enough opportunities to kick field goals in the Cowboys efficient offense. Owners were probably expecting a little more than 8.4 fantasy points per game from a player who was in such a dynamic offense.