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Just wondering who everything thinks may breakout this year. The next Danielle Hunter maybe. 

Two guys I'm targeting are Markus Davenport and Derek Barnett. A couple other names I've seen on sites are Sam Hubbard and Charles Harris. What everyone's thoughts on Everson Griffen rebounding?

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I like Bilal Nichols in CHI in deeper leagues. 

Leonard Williams may get more 4-3 snaps which could push his numbers up.

Carl Lawson is still a favorite of mine and should draw single coverage opposite Dunlap

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Snap count will probably be a bit tough this year with Graham & Barnett as the penciled-in starters, but Josh Sweat is getting some good press. Barnett's status this year (breakout vs. bust) makes all the difference. 

https://www.philadelphiaeagles.com/news/eagle-eye-daeshon-hall-josh-sweat-show-plenty-of-promise-for-d-line

 

I will also (again) recommend Breeland Speaks in KC. Get him now while people still believe Alex Okafor is going to hold that starting spot on depth charts. 

https://chiefswire.usatoday.com/2019/08/15/kansas-city-chiefs-dl-breeland-speaks-thriving-at-his-natural-position/?utm_source=smg&utm_medium=wasabi&utm_content=home-hero

 

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On 8/6/2019 at 8:18 PM, griffin6687 said:

Just wondering who everything thinks may breakout this year. The next Danielle Hunter maybe. 

Two guys I'm targeting are Markus Davenport and Derek Barnett. A couple other names I've seen on sites are Sam Hubbard and Charles Harris. What everyone's thoughts on Everson Griffen rebounding?

I really like the Davenport call. 1st round pick that had some injury issues last year, but played well when on the field. I think he will have a 10+ sack season if he can stay on the field.

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36 minutes ago, Choke said:

Run, dont walk. Tank Carradine a surprise cut so Orchard to start opposite of Harris.

Nice deep dive, Choke. Looks like he's still LB on MFL tho. Fantasy Sharks falling down on the job.

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You like anyone there now, Choke? I thought Avery Moss flashed a bit in New York in 2017. Just a misfit in Bettcher's 3-4 scheme last year. 

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15 hours ago, tripp said:

You like anyone there now, Choke? I thought Avery Moss flashed a bit in New York in 2017. Just a misfit in Bettcher's 3-4 scheme last year. 

I would stay away from Miami D-lineman.  They will be losing a lot and the other teams will just be running.  Baker is the big beneficiary and only guy I would target on that defense.  Maybe Jones now that they cut McDonald. 

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20 hours ago, Gally said:

I would stay away from Miami D-lineman.  They will be losing a lot and the other teams will just be running.  Baker is the big beneficiary and only guy I would target on that defense.  Maybe Jones now that they cut McDonald. 

Add Eguavoen now, ask questions later. Not confident he gets 90+% snaps, but on that defense I want to find out with him on my bench. 

If my math is right the players on the current Miami DL has combined for 5.5 career sacks.

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