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E.J. Henderson

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E.J. Henderson | Minnesota Vikings | Middle Linebacker

2011 IDP Fantasy Football Outlook: What a comeback it was for E.J. Henderson as it was almost amazing that he came back at all to play at the level he did a year ago (Pro Bowl alternate) after he suffered a nasty leg injury, late in the 2009 season. Henderson was making noise in the pre-season and I had him as a first week waiver wire pickup as it looked like he was ready to start, right off the bat.

Henderson would go on to rack up over 100 tackles on the season and he’s a likely candidate to do it again as the Vikings will be without the Williams Wall for the first month of the season, and their offense figures to have a few three and outs with a projected rookie quarterback. The Vikings defensive backs like Henderson and Chad Greenway should have no problems producing on the field this season. Because of Henderson’s past injury history you may very well find him available as a No. 4 linebacker in tackle heavy leagues and that isn’t a bad option to acquire.

Tackles
Total Solo Sacks FF PD INT
2011 Projected Stats 89 76 1 1 4 1
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Welcome to E.J. Henderson’s IDP fantasy football outlook archive. At this section of Henderson’s player page you will notice our past thoughts and advice for individual defensive player fantasy football.

Summer of 2011: Fantasy Projections

What a comeback it was for E.J. Henderson as it was almost amazing that he came back at all to play at the level he did a year ago (Pro Bowl alternate) after he suffered a nasty leg injury, late in the 2009 season. Henderson was making noise in the pre-season and I had him as a first week waiver wire pickup as it looked like he was ready to start, right off the bat.

Henderson would go on to rack up over 100 tackles on the season and he’s a likely candidate to do it again as the Vikings will be without the Williams Wall for the first month of the season, and their offense figures to have a few three and outs with a projected rookie quarterback. The Vikings defensive backs like Henderson and Chad Greenway should have no problems producing on the field this season. Because of Henderson’s past injury history you may very well find him available as a No. 4 linebacker in tackle heavy leagues and that isn’t a bad option to acquire.

Tackles
Total Solo Sacks FF PD INT
2011 Projected Stats 89 76 1 1 4 1

June 2011

What a comeback it was for E.J. Henderson as it was almost amazing that he came back at all to play at the level he did a year ago (Pro Bowl alternate) after he suffered a nasty leg injury, late in the 2009 season. Henderson was making noise in the pre-season and I had him as a first week waiver wire pickup as it looked like he was ready to start, right off the bat.

Henderson would go on to rack up over 100 tackles on the season and he’s a likely candidate to do it again as the Vikings will be without the Williams Wall for the first month of the season, and their offense figures to have a few three and outs with a projected rookie quarterback. The Vikings defensive backs like Henderson and Chad Greenway should have no problems producing on the field this season. Because of Henderson’s past injury history you may very well find him available as a No.3 or 4 linebacker in tackle heavy leagues and that isn’t a bad option to acquire.

2010 IDP Fantasy Football Outlook

E.J. Henderson was rolling along last season before he suffered a broken femur against the Cardinals on Sunday Night Football. The injury cost Henderson the rest of the season and this marked the second year in a row Henderson has lost time with injury. Now, Henderson is back on the field but isn’t likely to be ready for week one of the season. Look to Henderson as depth only for your IDP team as he can’t be counted on for health reasons.

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