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Let's take a quick look at a few linebackers, defensive linemen, and defensive backs who are either good grab-and-stash types or those that you should target in trades. Hope you enjoy the article and it opens your eyes to some of the gems that can be found on your league's waiver wires!
Baron Browning (DEN): There has been a rash of injuries to the Bronco linebackers. Which ones will return to health in 2022? For now, the dark horse to be the best Bronco ‘backer moving forward is Browning. He’s proven to be a volume tackler when given the majority of the snaps. A.J. Johnson will be a free agent and Josey Jewell doesn’t have the athletic profile that Browning does. If you can get him cheap now, go for it.
Jaylon Smith (NYG): The guy was a stalwart LB1 for a few years and while it appears he’s lost a step, he can still put up some numbers. He had 5 solos, 2 assists, and a sack against the Bears last week; a sign that he may still have a bit left in the tank. He may be a bad “actual football” defenseman, but he can still produce fantasy-wise. He’s probably available on waiver wires and could be a decent dart throw in 2022.
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