cwhitty wrote:I have this feeling about the Chicago D. They were pretty strong without Ugenleye and now that he's there it really solidifies the D. Anyone agree or disagree?
They weren't pretty strong fantasy-wise. When you don't get sacks, fumble recoveries, TD's and still allow a bunch of points, the fantasy points aren't exactly racking up. I can't see that one guy is going to change that. Admittedly they won't be as bad as last year, but I won't be drafting them. Besides, there's not much chance of sustained drives from the offense to help keep them fresh.
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