Quincy Williams (JAC): Still no word on Telvin Smith’s availability in 2020, so Williams could conceivably be the WLB starter next season: a position that obviously has yielded great production in the past. Williams was hurt mid-season but when healthy has been a producer in the tackle categories. Would like to see him fill up other parts of the box score, so, for now, his ceiling is a low-level LB2. His price tag is likely not too crazy so if he’s available and you need some LB depth on your taxi squad moving into the 2020 season, Williams is a solid add if available in trade or by chance if he’s on your waiver wire, grab him now.
Joe Walker (ARI): Walker was a camp favorite on the Eagles a few years ago, but tore his ACL and kind of disappeared. He’s re-emerged for the Cardinals, logging 50%+ of the snaps 3 of the past 4 weeks. Jordan Hicks never comes off the field and is a box score filler supreme, so Walker’s upside might be on the limited side, but when given playing time, Walker’s produced tackles. Worth watching or an add in larger leagues.
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