Week 4 IDP – LB Rankings
Patrick Willis / Navarro Bowman @ Eagles –
If you’re a little little disappointed by Patrick Willis thus far, you may continue to be throughout the year as fellow inside linebacker Navarro Bowman is making his presence felt in the 49ers defense. Still a worthy LB-1 play, Willis should continue to be a top ten linebacker through the entirely of the season, but Bowman is going to eat up some opportunities.
Rolando McClain vs Patriots –
Another big week should be in store for Raiders middle linebacker Rolando McClain as he’s posted two strong weeks against pass heavy offenses. The Jets threw the football often against the Raiders, and it seems that would be the best way to attack this group as their front line is solid. While the corners have played well, it’s Oakland’s depth options at safety that have struggled at times in nickel and dime packages.
The Patriots are a heavy pass offense to begin with, and McClain’s range against the pass is helping him to cover a respectable amount of ground for a linebacker, and he’s making plays.
Last Updated – Sep. 28th
|4||Lawrence Timmons||@ Texans|
|5||Pat Angerer||@ Buccaneers|
|6||Jerod Mayo||@ Raiders|
|7||Patrick Willis||@ Eagles|
|13||Sean Weatherspoon||@ Seahawks|
|17||Navarro Bowman||@ Eagles|
|18||Stephen Tulloch||@ Cowboys|
|19||James Harrison||@ Texans|
|22||Curtis Lofton||@ Seahawks|
|23||Barrett Ruud||@ Browns|
|24||James Anderson||@ Bears|
|25||London Fletcher||@ Rams|
|26||Chad Greenway||@ Chiefs|
|29||E.J. Henderson||@ Chiefs|