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IDP Dynasty Fantasy Football: Full-time Linebackers in 2022, Part Two

Blake Martinez

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IDP Dynasty Fantasy Football: Full-time Linebackers in 2022, Part Two
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Michael Chraplewski
1 month ago

Great article!!! I believe it was Tae Crowder rather than Tae Davis for the Giants last year but you are right that he did not show like the job should be his this year.

Paul Reuben
1 month ago

“Brooks is going to play on a team that is likely to play significantly fewer spans next year…”
How is this? The Seattle offense will struggle to stay on the field more than 20 minutes per game.

ken conlogue
Reply to  Paul Reuben
1 month ago

Opponents won’t need to score as much.

Paul Reuben
Reply to  Tom Kislingbury
1 month ago

OK, but the 2022 Seahawks offense is going to make the 2021 Jags offense look like the Faulk/Holt/Bruce St. Louis Rams.

ken conlogue
1 month ago

Nice work, Tom. A lot of uncertainty in many places. However, in the case of the Rams, LA hasn’t had stable LB play in many years. Thus, the ‘D’ suits the personnel…as the Rams will use Wagner and Jones together quite often. Defenses must always adapt and evolve, otherwise, predictability is inevitable.

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