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Lardarius Webb

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Lardarius Webb | Baltimore Ravens | DB

2013 Experience: 5th Season

Fantasy Football Outlook: Before a knee injury knocked him out for the rest of the season, Webb was on pace for another excel season with 25 tackles (24 solos) in the first five weeks. Webb has proven over the past two seasons he’s a worthy CB1 and a DB3 option when healthy.

I think there will be a good amount of opportunity for tackles as the Ravens are going through heavy turnover on defense mostly at the second and third levels of the defense. Keep an eye on Webb’s progress during camp but if all is well we should expect him to land as one of the top ten corners taking on draft day.

Tackles
Total Solo Sacks FF PD INT
2013 Projected Stats  73  56  0.5  1  16  3
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2012 IDP Fantasy Projection

Lardarius Webb had a breakout year in 2011, but I’m not sure he can duplicate his production. Expect defenses to target Jimmy Smith on the other side of the field early on, until the talented youngster can prove he’s the accomplished man-corner we figure he will be.

Webb will go off the board as a CB1, but it’s advisable to stay away and look for better upside youngsters, or bounce back players like Alterraun Verner and Terrell Thomas.

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