AFC West All-Stars Voting: Day 1

Today, we start voting for the final three undecided positions for our AFC West All-Stars. As you know, our staff had it’s own voting and finalized all but three positions on our roster.

Todays voting will choose our kicker. This poll will be closed tomorrow morning and a new one will open so we can vote for our nose tackle. The final poll will be placed here, you guessed it, on Thursday morning.

So, between San Diego Chargers Nate Kaeding and Oakland Raiders Sebastian Janikowski, who would you rather have booting the ball through the uprights?

Happy voting. This has been a fun project. Thanks for helping us break each tie. We would probably just keep arguing about them if we didn’t have this vote. That still doesn’t mean you can’t argue in the comment box! Whatever ends up as the result will be your guys’ fault doing anyways.

Enjoy. Also, don’t forget that once all of our divisional All-Stars are chosen, you will get to see each division square off on the main page. Gotta love FanSided.

Topics: AFC West All-Stars, Denver Broncos, Kansas City Chiefs, Nate Kaeding, Oakland Raiders, Sebastian Janikowski

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  • Matt Glazier

    watabout ryan succop???? hes just as good as those 2!!!!!!!!!!!! GO CHIEFS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • http://www.boltbeat.com Chris Bowen

    He’s good, but not enough to be vote-worthy in this case. Plus, in this division, it’s easy to get overshadowed by Janikowski and Kaeding in this case.

    Succop made 86.2% of his field goals. The longest of which being 53 yards. Not bad, kid.

    Janikowski made 89.7 percent of his field goals. Including a 61 yard shell through the uprights. He has the most powerful leg by far.

    However…

    The most automatic, it seems, would be Kaeding. He completed 91.4% of his field goals with the longest being 55 yards.

    Though, after missing three field goals all season, he missed three in one game against the Jets in the playoffs. Not the best performance under pressure. That might make some people wan’t to vote for Janikowski.

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