Haloti Ngata | Baltimore Ravens | DL
2013 Experience: 7th Season
IDP Fantasy Football Outlook: A DT1 for leagues with a tackle position, Ngata is still a solid tackle and a worthy option to old in leagues without a tackle position that start three lineman. We know he won’t come close to 10 sacks in a season and it’s possible we could see a continued decrease in tackles as he ages.
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Summer of 2012: Fantasy Projections
A steady option as a DL3 Haloti Ngata won’t give you much upside in terms of a high sack total. We’re Ngata’s best value lies is in tackle leagues as he’s a top five DT1 in those formats. Look for the big man to have another quality season in the prime of his career.
Summer of 2011: Fantasy Projections
Haloti Ngata is more than just a good defensive tackle as the emergence of Terrence Cody will help him remain as a 1-gap tackle to apply pressure on the quarterback, and to help stuff the run. At 340 pounds and a dangerous burst at the line for a man his size, Ngata should be one of the top tackles to draft for IDP fantasy leagues this season.
Kelly Gregg is all but washed up and his lack of production rolled over to Ngata as he amassed 63 tackles and posted 5.5 sacks on the season. Maybe some IDP fantasy owners will be skeptical that Ngata can repeat those numbers, but with the structure of the front line, I have no doubts that he can return to top numbers at the tackle position. Look to Ngata as a clear No.1 option for leagues at are required to start a tackle and he is a respectable No.2 option as a lineman.
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2010 IDP Fantasy Football Outlook
Is Haloti Ngata a tackle or an end for your IDP team? Well make sure you see where he qualifies if it matters for your league but at the end of the day he’s still a productive player. No matter if the Ravens are using three or four up front at any time, offensive coordinators have come to fear running the football anywhere close Ngata.
Hopefully Ngata’s tackles will move up from last year and if his history has anything to say about it he will. Look for Ngata as a more valuable tackle than an end.