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DT mandatory league dynasty stashes? (1 Viewer)

dapace2

Footballguy
I'm watching a few guys but the top 50 DT in my league are taken so I'm talking guys outside the top 50 2013 scorers.

As a rule, I don't follow 3-4 DT's so these are all 4-3 guys.

Mike Martin, TEN

Jordan Hill, SEA

Devon Still, CIN (taken in my league)

Josh Chapman, IND

 

BuckeyeChaos

Footballguy
I'm watching a few guys but the top 50 DT in my league are taken so I'm talking guys outside the top 50 2013 scorers.

As a rule, I don't follow 3-4 DT's so these are all 4-3 guys.

Mike Martin, TEN

Jordan Hill, SEA

Devon Still, CIN (taken in my league)

Josh Chapman, IND
Thanks man. I like your list. Martin is a guy that I liked coming out. A real tough guy

 

ShaHBucks

Footballguy
I'm watching a few guys but the top 50 DT in my league are taken so I'm talking guys outside the top 50 2013 scorers.

As a rule, I don't follow 3-4 DT's so these are all 4-3 guys.

Mike Martin, TEN

Jordan Hill, SEA

Devon Still, CIN (taken in my league)

Josh Chapman, IND
Nice list. The only guy I seen this season was Chris Jones. Maybe K. Short in Car could be a fringe pro-bowl talent with the proper snaps.
 

MAC_32

Footballguy
I'm watching a few guys but the top 50 DT in my league are taken so I'm talking guys outside the top 50 2013 scorers.

As a rule, I don't follow 3-4 DT's so these are all 4-3 guys.

Mike Martin, TEN

Jordan Hill, SEA

Devon Still, CIN (taken in my league)

Josh Chapman, IND
The problem with guys like Martin and Chapman is they don't have pass rush skills. I think to justify a stash in most DT required leagues you have to have sack potential, neither of those guys do.

 

themojoworkin

Footballguy
Maybe these guys aren't deep enough for everyone's leagues, but I think the following are undervalued-

Johnathan Hankins, NYG- Mostly a run stopper, so not likely a high sack guy, but has looked good in limited opportunites, which have grown as the season has progressed.

Akeem Spence, TB- Playing a lot of snaps consistently, has pass rush skillset, will have opportunity next to Gerald McCoy.

Kwan Short, CAR- Playing equally with Star Lotuleilei as far as snap counts go, has more of a pass rusher skill set than Lotuleilei

Sharif Floyd, MIN- Playing mostly behind Kevin Williams, but was a high pick, and should have more opportunity next season.

Sly Willliams, DEN- 1st round pick, getting more opportunities, but will need an offseason of development. Has potential to be a stud DT.

 

Kool-Aid Larry

Footballguy
I'm watching a few guys but the top 50 DT in my league are taken so I'm talking guys outside the top 50 2013 scorers.

As a rule, I don't follow 3-4 DT's so these are all 4-3 guys.

Mike Martin, TEN

Jordan Hill, SEA

Devon Still, CIN (taken in my league)

Josh Chapman, IND
Nice list. The only guy I seen this season was Chris Jones. Maybe K. Short in Car could be a fringe pro-bowl talent with the proper snaps.
if you're looking at him as a stash for next year be aware of the emergence of siliga.

pats signed this guy off the ps a couple weeks ago so he wouldn't get poached, and he did a good job plugging up the middle while eating up snaps against cle.

I have no idea what they'd do when wilfork is back in there next year, but I suppose there's always the possibility they see the field together -- and they still have kelly under contract for 2m in 2014 if they think he's worth it.

edit: thinking about my collins post, I wonder if mayo's return prompts them to return to more 3-4, where maybe chris jones could play LDE opposite chandler?

 
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ShaHBucks

Footballguy
I'm watching a few guys but the top 50 DT in my league are taken so I'm talking guys outside the top 50 2013 scorers.

As a rule, I don't follow 3-4 DT's so these are all 4-3 guys.

Mike Martin, TEN

Jordan Hill, SEA

Devon Still, CIN (taken in my league)

Josh Chapman, IND
Nice list. The only guy I seen this season was Chris Jones. Maybe K. Short in Car could be a fringe pro-bowl talent with the proper snaps.
if you're looking at him as a stash for next year be aware of the emergence of siliga.

pats signed this guy off the ps a couple weeks ago so he wouldn't get poached, and he did a good job plugging up the middle while eating up snaps against cle.

I have no idea what they'd do when wilfork is back in there next year, but I suppose there's always the possibility they see the field together -- and they still have kelly under contract for 2m in 2014 if they think he's worth it.

edit: thinking about my collins post, I wonder if mayo's return prompts them to return to more 3-4, where maybe chris jones could play LDE opposite chandler?
I forgot all about Kelly. I just love Jones in a 4-3 def. If he gets desinated as a DE or DT in a 3-4 he'd be just a guy to me. I hated when he was drafted by Hou for that reason.In a 3-4 I would assume Nink and Cr. Jones would be DEs, Collins and Chandler as OLB and Hightower and Mayo as ILBs.

Optimistically I think Collins and Mayo eventually play everydown. Collins in the "jack of all trades" that Hightower was supposed to be coming out.

 
I'm watching a few guys but the top 50 DT in my league are taken so I'm talking guys outside the top 50 2013 scorers.

As a rule, I don't follow 3-4 DT's so these are all 4-3 guys.

Jordan Hill, SEA
Been making plays lately. 3-2-2 Sunday against San Fran.

FOCUS ON: JORDAN HILLLook under Michael Bennett ’s wing and that’s where you’ll find Hill, and part of the reason why he has done such a good job recently as the nose tackle in the Seahawks’ nickel package.

Say what? We’ll let Bennett explain.

“I’ve been working with Jordan for the last six, seven weeks, just every day before practice for like 20 minutes – just trying to give him the tips that people gave me along the way,” said Bennett, the versatile lineman who plays end in the base defense, tackle in the nickel and is leading the Seahawks in sacks for the second consecutive season.

“I’ve had the chance to play with some of the best defensive tackles and learn some of the things that I’ve learned over the years.”

Another reason for Hill’s recent surge is that he’s healthier after missing three games at midseason with a sprained ankle.

“For him to get back and be able to provide the pass rush, that’s been important,” defensive coordinator Dan Quinn said.

The Seahawks are riding a three-game winning streak entering Sunday’s game against the 49ers and Hill has two sacks, six tackles and a deflected pass during that stretch while stepping into the spot since-departed Clinton McDonald played last season.

Bennett not only has liked what he’s seen from Hill, he’s expecting to see a lot more.

“He’s so explosive, has so much quick-twitch muscles that he could be one of the best inside rushers in the game right now,” Bennett said. “He’s figuring it out right now. This is the best part of the year for him to finally get a chance.”

 

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