Connor Barth Fantasy News

Saturday, March 29, 2014, 2:20pm

Tampa Bay Times - [Full Article]

Bucs kicker Connor Barth said he is completely healed from an Achilles injury that cost him the 2014 season. "I'm making 61-yard field goals," he said.

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Connor Barth has a torn Achilles
Wednesday, July 17, 2013, 11:59am

Tampa Bay Buccaneers - [Full Article]

Breaking news from One Buc Place: K Connor Barth will miss the season due to a torn Achilles tendon. Buccaneers have signed K Lawrence Tynes.

Fantasy Impact:

Tynes is a pretty good kicker, so he's worth consideration at the end of your fantasy draft. Barth was 12th in field goal attempts in 2012.

Encouraging performance for Miami WR Brandon Marshall
Sunday, August 28, 2011, 7:35am

Associated Press - [Full Article]

Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Rudy Carpenter threw a 7-yard touchdown pass to tight end Nathan Overbay with 3:11 remaining, giving Tampa Bay a 17-13 victory over the Miami Dolphins.

Josh Freeman directed a TD drive just before the half to finish on a positive note. Connor Barth kicked a 28-yard field goal for the Bucs (2-1), who overcame 15 penalties in a performance not nearly as crisp as they’d hoped for coming off last week’s sloppy, lopsided loss to New England.

Brandon Marshall scored on a 60-yard reception from Chad Henne, and Dan Carpenter kicked field goals of 21 and 47 yards for the Dolphins (2-1), who were penalized 11 times themselves.

Fantasy Impact:

On the night, Marshall had two catches for 90 yards. There is reason to be suspicious of him because of Chad Henne, but if Henne somehow gets his act together on a regular basis, there won't be much risk of Marshall being a fantasy underachiever.

Monday, October 11, 2010, 10:09am

SI.com - [Full Article]

Palmer's season is now officially a three-alarm fire. The Bengals overcame an awful telegraphed interception he threw -- returned by rookie Cody Grimm for a first-half touchdown -- to lead 21-14 in a game they had to win (home against Tampa) if they hoped to muscle into the AFC playoff race. Then Palmer threw two more interceptions in the final 2:30 to blow the game.

The first led to a Josh Freeman-to-Mike Williams 20-yard touchdown pass. The second, with 25 seconds left in the game, led to Connor Barth's winning field goal. A stunner. "We didn't win, and it's my fault,'' Palmer said.

He'll get no arguments from Cincinnati fans, who got their hearts broken by that pathetic display in the afternoon, and then, a few hundred yards away in the evening, by the Reds getting swept out of their first playoff series in 15 years. Blame Palmer, but also factor in young Spurlock, the third-year pro from Ole Miss who made the heartbreak possible.

Wednesday, November 11, 2009, 10:14am

Carroll County Times - [Full Article]

The Ravens recently worked out kickers Mike Nugent and Connor Barth, and they have a strong level of interest in Nugent.

Nugent was considered as a potential addition this offseason before he signed with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The Ravens are mulling their options after Steve Hauschka’s latest setback.

Bucs sign PK Barth, release Andrus
Tuesday, November 3, 2009, 2:33pm

Pewter Report - [Full Article]

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers made a change at kicker for the second time in the 2009 season. Kicker Connor Barth was signed, and kicker Shane Andrus was released. Andrus played in three games for the Bucs after replacing kicker Mike Nugent.

The Bucs had concerns regarding Andrus' accuracy in practice. He attempted just one field goal for Tampa Bay after replacing Mike Nugent. The Bucs say Barth has a more accurate leg as well as better leg strength on kickoffs. Andrus missed his one field goal attempt for the Bucs, and averaged 20.3 yards on kickoffs with one touchback.

Sunday, August 30, 2009, 2:34pm

Florida Sun Sentinel - [Full Article]

At the conclusion of a competitive camp battle, kicker Dan Carpenter was declared the winner Saturday courtesy of Connor Barth's release.

According to Carpenter, whom this coaching staff has often praised for his even keel temperament, the competition had nothing to with him straightening out his issues.

"If competition [is a motivator] then it's getting to you," said Carpenter, who converted 21 of 25 field goals last season. "Even though [Barth] is gone, nothing is going to change. I'm still going to work to get better. I'm still going to do what I was doing before he was here, while he was here. And I'm going to continue to do it now that he's gone."

Saturday, August 29, 2009, 5:52pm

AP reports

The Dolphins are getting closer to their final roster. Receiver Anthony Armstrong and kicker Connor Barth were among four players waived by the Dolphins on Saturday.

Thursday, August 13, 2009, 6:51pm

Palm Beach Post - [Full Article]

Dan Carpenter and Connor Barth are competing to kick for the D

Monday, August 10, 2009, 6:28pm

Palm Beach Post - [Full Article]

A year after Dan Carpenter came in and beat out incumbent kicker Jay Feely, Carpenter suddenly faces competition for his job.

The Dolphins signed kicker Connor Barth to a two-year deal, according to agent Donal Henderson.

Tuesday, July 28, 2009, 11:57pm

Chiefs waived K Connor Barth.

Tuesday, October 21, 2008, 8:00pm

4for4 on Connor Barth reports: rookie Barth, the main KC kicker
played his college ball at North Carolina ... he converted a
school-record 54 of 71 FGs (76.1%) and 103 of 109 PATs for 265
points.

Sunday, October 26, 2008, 8:00pm

Kansas City Star: Connor Barth acted as if kicking field goals for
the Chiefs was an old habit, and he did it front of one of his Kansas
City training-camp foes. The Chiefs signed Barth this week to replace
Nick Novak, whom the Chiefs chose over Barth after four preseason
games and a kicking competition that lasted throughout training camp.
But it was Jets kicker Jay Feely, whom the Chiefs signed for one day
before cutting him during the preseason, who watched Sunday as
Barth made a 30-yard field goal in the third quarter. Feely missed
his only field-goal attempt. "I was just so glad to get out there,"
Barth said.