the study of the kicking components within sports

Friday, May 3, 2013

High Scoring Indoor Kickers 2013

The goal posts are narrow... very narrow. The ceilings are often low and obstructed. The extra point attempts are typically more plentiful than field goal attempts.

We take a quick look at this year's current top three scoring kickers in the various indoor football leagues.
  • 64 Garrett Lindholm, Arizona Rattlers (55-60 PATs, 3-3 FGs, 10.7 ppg) 
  • 52 Kenny Spencer, Spokane Shock (49-59 PATs, 1-1 FGs, 8.7 ppg) 
  • 46 Jose Martinez, Chicago Rush (40-41 PATs, 2-6 FGs, 7.7 ppg)
  • 88 Parker Douglass, Sioux Falls Storm (40-47 PATs, 16-24 FGs,  11.0 ppg) 
  • 78 Radamez Rubio, Cedar Rapids Titans (39-55 PATs, 13-27 FGs, 9.8 ppg)
  • 61 Brett Peddicord, Texas Revolution (34-38 PATs, 9-22 FGs, 7.6 ppg)
Lone Star Football League (LSFL)  
  • 44 Jason Cunningham, Amarillo Venom (26-28 PATs, 6-10 FGs, 11.0 ppg)
  • 41 Zeke Arevalo, New Mexico Stars (23-36 PATs, 6-11 FGs, 6.8 ppg)
  • 30 Felip Martinez, Abilne Bombers (27-33 PATs, 1-8 FGs, 7.5 ppg)
Professional Indoor Football League (PIFL)
  • 50 Armando Cuko, Knoxville Nighthawks (23-26 PATs, 9-21 FGs, 8.3 ppg)
  • 49 Brian Jackson, Alabama Hammers (40-42 PATs, 3-6 FGs, 8.2 ppg)
  • 40 T.C Stevens, Richmond Raiders (31-38 PATs, 3-8 FGs, 6.7 ppg)
Champions Professional Indoor Football League (CPIFL)
  • 77 Alex Fambrough, Wichita Wild (41-54 PATs, 12-24 FGs, 9.6 ppg)
  • 46 Thomas Frevert, Kansas City Renegades (31-35 PATs, 5-16 FGs, 6.6 ppg)
  • 44 Max Martin, Sioux City Bandits (20-21 PATs, 8-17 FGs, 8.8 ppg)

1 comment:

Becky Larson said...

This is one of the reason why the Arizona Rattlers are such an amazing team. They have so many athletes who pull the weight of the team and come out on top. Just look it what Garrett Lindholm was able to do for the Arizona Rattlers (55-60 PATs, 3-3 FGs, 10.7) I don't care who you are that is some outstanding numbers.

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