Touchdowns are always nice, but clutch kickers are welcome security blankets for NFL offenses, especially in the playoffs.
Three of the four teams left in the postseason have seasoned veterans. And the fourth team, the Pittsburgh Steelers, has a kicker who booted a league playoff-record six field goals last week in Kansas City.
Talk about getting a leg up on the competition.
"He's pretty smooth. Nothing really puts him off," said Steelers punter Jordan Berry, the holder for kicker Chris Boswell.
A second-year player, Boswell already has postseason pedigree. He won Pittsburgh's wild-card game last season against the Cincinnati Bengals with a 35-yard...