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Regular Season, Updated: 7/2/2020


Projections:  QB | RB | WR | TE | K | DEF | DL | LB | DB

Rankings with Outlooks:  QB | RB | WR | TE | K | DL | LB | DB

Rankings:  Top 200 | QB | RB | WR | TE | K | DEF | DL | LB | DB | Print | MFL Power


Legend:   Upside = Upside   Risk = Risk   ADP = Average Draft Position
ADP courtesy of FantasyFootballCalculator 
DEFENSIVE LINEMEN
Chg Rank Player Tm Bye
  1 J.J. Watt HOU 8
  2 Cameron Jordan NO 6
  3 Nick Bosa SF 11
  4 Joey Bosa LAC 10
  5 Myles Garrett CLE 9
  6 Danielle Hunter MIN 7
  7 Aaron Donald LAR 9
Tier 2
  8 Melvin Ingram LAC 10
  9 Demarcus Lawrence DAL 10
  10 Cameron Heyward PIT 8
  11 Frank Clark KC 10
  12 Justin Houston IND 7
  13 Calais Campbell BAL 8
14 Jason Pierre-Paul TB 13
15 DeForest Buckner IND 7
  16 Josh Allen JAC 7
  17 Carlos Dunlap CIN 9
  18 Jonathan Allen WAS 8
  19 Maxx Crosby LV 6
20 Sam Hubbard CIN 9
Tier 3
21 Yannick Ngakoue JAC 7
  22 Clelin Ferrell LV 6
  23 Trey Flowers DET 5
  24 Ryan Kerrigan WAS 8
  25 Chris Jones KC 10
  26 Jurrell Casey DEN 8
  27 Mario Addison BUF 11
  28 Dante Fowler, Jr. ATL 10
  29 Matthew Ioannidis WAS 8
  30 Kenny Clark GB 5
  31 Akiem Hicks CHI 11
  32 Brandon Graham PHI 9
  33 Arik Armstead SF 11
  34 Fletcher Cox PHI 9
  35 Ndamukong Suh TB 13
36 Bruce Irvin SEA 6
Tier 4
  37 Larry Ogunjobi CLE 9
  38 Javon Hargrave PHI 9
  40 Marcus Davenport NO 6
  41 Geno Atkins CIN 9
  42 Derrick Brown CAR 13
  43 Sheldon Richardson CLE 9
  44 Dee Ford SF 11
  45 Emmanuel Ogbah MIA 11
  46 Da'Ron Payne WAS 8
  47 Christian Wilkins MIA 11
  48 Jerry Hughes BUF 11
  49 Gerald McCoy DAL 10
  50 Dalvin Tomlinson NYG 11
  51 Quinnen Williams NYJ 11
  52 Derek Barnett PHI 9
  53 Benson Mayowa SEA 6
  54 Danny Shelton DET 5
  55 Linval Joseph LAC 10
  56 Michael Brockers LAR 9
  57 Kawann Short CAR 13
  58 Takkarist McKinley ATL 10
  59 Dexter Lawrence NYG 11
60 Leonard Williams NYG 11
  61 A'Shawn Robinson LAR 9
  62 Henry Anderson NYJ 11
  63 Trey Hendrickson NO 6
  64 B.J. Hill NYG 11
  65 Shaq Lawson MIA 11
  66 Rasheem Green SEA 6
  67 Jordan Phillips ARI 8
  68 Derek Wolfe BAL 8
  69 Deatrich Wise NE 6
  70 Sheldon Rankins NO 6
  71 Allen Bailey ATL 10
  72 Davon Godchaux MIA 11
Tier 5
  73 Dean Lowry GB 5
  74 Olivier Vernon CLE 9
  75 Charles Omenihu HOU 8
  76 Dre'Mont Jones DEN 8
  77 DeMarcus Walker DEN 8
78 Vita Vea TB 13
  79 Chase Winovich NE 6
80 Ed Oliver BUF 11
  81 William Gholston TB 13
  82 Steve McLendon NYJ 11
  83 Romeo Okwara DET 5
  84 D.J. Jones SF 11
85 Michael Pierce MIN 7
  86 Malcom Brown NO 6
  87 Tyson Alualu PIT 8
  88 Derrick Nnadi KC 10
  89 DaQuan Jones TEN 7
  90 Abry Jones JAC 7
  91 Jeffery Simmons TEN 7
  92 Zach Allen ARI 8
  93 Corey Peters ARI 8
  94 Bilal Nichols CHI 11
  95 Shamar Stephen MIN 7
  96 Brandon Williams BAL 8
  97 Stephen Weatherly CAR 13
  98 Solomon Thomas SF 11
  99 Jack Crawford TEN 7
  100 Maliek Collins LV 6
 
COMMENTS
  J.J. Watt, HOU: A little more risk now that he's older, but Watt still is the top DL.

  Cameron Jordan, NO: The model of IDP consistency. No safer bet for Top 5 DL numbers.

  Nick Bosa, SF: Might have the edge on big brother and is in a great system.

  Joey Bosa, LAC: Huge upside for sacks/tackles but doesn't chip in enough PD and extras.

  Danielle Hunter, MIN: Two straight seasons with 14.5 sacks and 2019 saw him forced 3 fumbles.

  Aaron Donald, LAR: Better real-life defender than IDP but still makes the Top 10.

  Melvin Ingram, LAC: Ingram's numbers are down the past couple years but he offers a solid baseline.

  Demarcus Lawrence, DAL: Risk/reward DL with plenty of upside. New additions on the Cowboys D-line should help.

  Cameron Heyward, PIT: Another consistent performer, albeit second-tier.

  Frank Clark, KC: Volatile performer with plenty of IDP upside.

  Justin Houston, IND: Houston might get more sacks than Buckner, but the tackle numbers have dwindled.

  Calais Campbell, BAL: Looks to rejuvenate IDP numbers that dipped in 2019, but he's a wild card.

Jason Pierre-Paul, TB: He's adjusted to the hand injury and remains a disruptive presence.

DeForest Buckner, IND: Buckner should reinforce what had become a middling run defense and pass rush for the Colts.

  Josh Allen, JAC: Stood out as a rookie in 2019 and could improve on his sack totals in 2020.

  Carlos Dunlap, CIN: Still a fine selection later in your IDP drafts and always underrated.

  Jonathan Allen, WAS: Needs to reach his potential before he's a Top 15 DL. Sack totals lacking.

  Maxx Crosby, LV: A fine young athlete who made tons of big plays as a rookie in 2019. Huge upside.

Yannick Ngakoue, JAC: He's a very disruptive force who's entering his prime and chipping in more big plays.

  Chris Jones, KC: Fought through injuries in 2019 following a 2018 breakout. Don't forget about this veteran DL.