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    Team LB rankings: Urlacher leads No. 1 Bears

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    Team rankings: QB | RB | WR | TE | DL | LB

    In past editions, I've extended the thought process and analysis to break down each component of offenses and defenses, and attempted to think like the NFL coaching staffs.


    This time around, I'm reviewing the linebackers. They have played big-time parts of highlight reels in recent years, and a number of players' jerseys rank among the best selling in the NFL. We know the names of Urlacher, Lewis, Thomas and Porter well. It's time to look beyond the stars and call out their supporting casts.

    Remember, these rankings take into account not only the abilities of an individual player, but looks inside the system and attempts to account for the overall fantasy value to be ascribed to the unit. I begin the rankings where the linebacking position has become a key component of the team's identity. Brian Urlacher and the Bears get us started.

    1. Chicago Bears
    The Bears return all starters from their top-ranked defense of 2005. Chicago allowed 12.6 points per game, generated 41 sacks and forced 42 turnovers. Of course, Urlacher leads the highlight reels and grabs his share of headlines. He's been complemented brilliantly by Lance Briggs (107 tackles) and the unheralded Hunter Hillenmeyer (63 tackles). The one concern entering training camp is the potential holdout situation from Briggs. He has opted out of early "voluntary" workouts.

    2. Pittsburgh Steelers
    The Steelers defense is predicated on shutting down the run and effectively deploying unique blitz schemes. Pittsburgh ranked third against the run at 86 yards per game and tied for third in total defense at 16.1 points per game. The linebacking corps returns intact with Joey Porter, Larry Foote, James Farrior and Clark Haggans ready to wreak havoc and run the Steelers back to the Super Bowl. This quartet tallied 24.5 sacks and 341 tackles during the 2005 season.

    3. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
    The Buccaneers always rank among the top units in the game. Veteran linebackers Derrick Brooks and Shelton Quarles remain among the game's elite. Last season, the duo combined for 258 tackles and four sacks. Ryan Nece performed well in his return to a more prominent role in the unit, adding 73 tackles of his own. Former 49ers standout Jamie Winborn and third-year player Marquis Cooper will also plug into Jon Gruden's system. How long this group can remain at this level given the ages of Brooks and Quarles is in question, but all signs point to a great 2006.

    4. New England Patriots
    The Patriots came on strong in the latter part of the 2005 season as the defense finally got healthy. Despite a spate of injuries, New England still ranked eighth against the run (98.8 yards per game). Tedy Bruschi returned to the field to contribute 61 tackles and a multitude of big plays. He teams with veteran Mike Vrabel, who will likely shift to outside linebacker this year. Vrabel contributed a career-high 104 tackles last season as he tried to keep the Patriots competitive. New England will have three or four players competing for his vacated slot. Ryan Claridge, Monty Beisel, Eric Alexander and Barry Gardner will vie for a spot in the 3-4. Rosevelt Colvin returned to prominence after two difficult years in New England with seven sacks and 61 tackles. If they can stay healthy, they are allowed to shine in the defensive systems.

    5. Seattle Seahawks
    Seattle led the NFL with 50 sacks a season ago and ranked seventh in total defense at 16.9 points per game. They received tremendous production from Leroy Hill, who contributed 73 tackles and 7.5 sacks last season. Rookie Lofa Tatupu became an instant star with 105 tackles, four sacks and three interceptions. Seattle made a make the unit even better with the addition of former 49ers star Julian Peterson. Peterson will look to push back to his 2003 career marks of 95 tackles and seven sacks from 2003. The Seahawks also have depth at the position with D.D. Lewis and Niko Koutouvides ready to contribute.


    6. San Diego Chargers
    San Diego received great production from their linebackers last season. The Chargers ranked 13th in total defense at 19.5 points per game and rose to the top of rush defenses at 84.3 yards per game. They received immediate returns from the gamble on defensive tackle Luis Castillo in the 2005 draft. He teamed with fellow rookie and future superstar Shawne Merriman to lift the Chargers defense. Merriman recorded 54 tackles and 10 sacks last year. He teams with top IDP player Donnie Edwards, who has racked more than 150 tackles in three straight seasons. Veteran Randall Godfrey has excelled in the Chargers' scheme (77 tackles) and complements his superstar teammates well.

    7. New York Giants
    Giants linebackers performed well in 2005, but ultimately succumbed to injuries down the stretch and in the playoffs. To that end, Giants management sought to bolster the group this off-season. First, they brought back veteran Brandon Short to provide depth. They then made the big splash with the addition of LaVar Arrington from division rival Washington. If Arrington is healthy, he remains one of the most effective and dominant forces on the field. We'll soon find out how much his game was impacted by the year in Joe Gibbs' doghouse. Arrington will play alongside Antonio Pierce and Carlos Emmons, who combined for 149 tackles in 2005.

    8. Buffalo Bills
    Takeo Spikes returns to the unit after missing virtually all of the 2005 season with a torn Achilles. He expects to be ready for full contact at the start of training camp. Spikes had tallied 99 or more tackles in seven consecutive years ahead of last year's injury. The Bills ranked 24th in total defense at 22.9 points per game and surrendered a woeful 137.8 yards per game on the ground despite the brilliance of London Fletcher, who posted a career-high 158 tackles. The third spot in the linebacking corps is in question at the moment, with Jeff Posey possibly sliding into a defensive end position. His role in Dick Jauron's defense would be occupied by Angelo Crowell, who filled in admirably for Spikes last year (115 tackles), or Courtney Watson, who was acquired in a trade with New Orleans on June 6.

    9. Denver Broncos
    Denver rose to No. 2 among run defenses at 85.2 yards per game and tied for third in total defense at 16.1 points per game. Linebacker Ian Gold dominated in his return to Denver after a year's absence. He rolled up 90 tackles to lead the Broncos. Veteran Al Wilson continues to make plays and ranks among the league's best. Denver will expect D.J. Williams to return to his exceptional rookie form when he piled up 106 tackles. He slipped to nearly half of that production in 2005 as he changed positions.

    10. Philadelphia Eagles
    Injuries hit the Eagles hard across the board in 2005. There were gaping holes in the secondary and surrendered 24 touchdowns. Jeremiah Trotter led the team with 121 tackles in 2005. He returns to anchor the defense. Trotter will be joined in the starting lineup by veteran Dhani Jones, who has tallied at least 70 tackles in four consecutive seasons. The Eagles will count on a return to form from former Chiefs linebacker Shawn Barber. Barber missed the entire 2005 season and will start at weak-side linebacker.

    11. Jacksonville Jaguars
    Jacksonville ranked sixth in total defense at 16.8 points per game and tied for this with 47 sacks last year. Mike Peterson established himself as one of the game's elite linebackers with 132 tackles, six sacks and three interceptions in 2005. Daryl Smith excelled in Jack Del Rio's system, adding 80 tackles and four sacks in his second year. Second-year player Pat Thomas slides into the starting lineup with the departure of Akin Ayodele to Dallas.

    12. Baltimore Ravens
    Baltimore addressed their needs on the defensive line with the selection of Haloti Ngata in the first round of the draft. That selection certainly made veteran linebacker Ray Lewis happy, as he anticipates returning to the top of the league's playmakers. Lewis was limited to only six games last season with a hamstring injury. The Ravens are bringing him along slowly this off-season, but he expects to be ready for training camp. Bart Scott played well in his first extensive action for the Ravens last year with 83 tackles. He earned the starting strong-side linebacker position with his play last year. Veteran Adalius Thomas tallied 84 tackles and recorded a career-high nine sacks.


    13. Indianapolis Colts
    The Colts defense made a big leap toward the top of all statistical categories last season on the strength of the pass rush from Robert Mathis and Dwight Freeney. Cato June and Gary Brackett combined for 230 tackles and eight interceptions. Third-year player Gilbert Gardner is reportedly working with the first team in mini-camp. The pressure applied up front and the fact that Indianapolis regularly plays with a lead make this unit one of the game's most effective. The Colts added depth at the position in this year's draft with quick and instinctive Freddy Keiaho from San Diego State.

    14. Dallas Cowboys
    The Cowboys have assembled a strong linebacking corps with Bradie James, rising star DeMarcus Ware and rookie Bobby Carpenter from Ohio State. Dallas also added veteran linebacker Akin Ayodele from the Jaguars. Ayodele recorded 72 tackles and 2.5 sacks last season. The biggest move for this unit is still in the works. There is a possibility that Greg Ellis slides from the defensive line to linebacker in the 3-4 scheme if he's unable to force a trade before training camp. The idea behind the move is that he provides a good veteran presence in the middle of a young defense and can be an effective pass rusher in the vein of Joey Porter.

    15. Washington Redskins
    The Redskins begin the post-Arrington era in 2006 with his departure for the Giants. Washington ranked ninth in the NFL in total defense at 18.3 points per game. Leading tacklers Lemar Marshall and Marcus Washington combined for 195 tackles, 9.5 sacks and five interceptions. Marshall truly shone in Gibbs' system and benefited from the Arrington issues. Third-year player Chris Clemons figures to take on a larger role this season and will battle draft pick Roger McIntosh for the starting weak-side linebacker position. Former Chicago star Warrick Holdman will also rotate into the action.

    16. Green Bay Packers
    Green Bay experienced a lost season in 2005. For all the injuries on the offensive side of the ball, the defense played reasonably well in many contests. However, that didn't stop them from finding leading tackler Nick Barnett help in the linebacking corps. Green Bay drafted Ohio State star A.J. Hawk in the first round and then added Iowa standout Abdul Hodge in the third. The final starting position will be a training camp battle between Ben Taylor and Roy Manning. The combination of Barnett and Hawk will close down running lanes and limit yards after the catch for receivers on short routes with their great closing speed.

    17. New York Jets
    The Jets run defense was 29th in the NFL against the run at 136.6 yards per game. That number came with a powerful pass rusher in John Abraham onboard. Abraham was dealt to Atlanta this off-season, leaving a gaping hole on the line. All-world linebacker Jonathan Vilma is up to the task. He racked up a remarkable 173 tackles in his second year. Victor Hobson played well alongside him, contributing 79 tackles of his own. Bryan Thomas will slide back from the defensive line as Eric Mangini installs the 3-4 defense.

    18. Tennessee Titans
    The Titans ranked 29th in total defense last season at 26.3 points per game. Part of the issue was the inexperience in the secondary, but the fact that the team registered only 20 turnovers also factored into the lackluster performance. Linebacker Keith Bulluck anchors the defense. He recorded 57 more tackles (138) than the second-leading tackler on the team, safety Lamont Thompson. To that end, the Titans added former Colts standout David Thornton to complement Bulluck. Peter Sirmon (69 tackles, 2.5 sacks) will roam the middle. Tennessee looked to the future in this year's draft by selecting Stephen Tulloch and Spencer Toone.

    19. Carolina Panthers
    Carolina remained among the league's top defenses with 16.2 points allowed per game. The Panthers effectively stopped the run (91.6 yards per game) and piled up sacks led by Julius Peppers. Oft-injured Dan Morgan remains the leader of this unit. He contributed 77 tackles and three sacks in 13 games last season. Chris Draft added 53 tackles in his first year in Carolina. Draft played big in two games against division rival Atlanta, his previous employer. Second-year player Thomas Davis will look to improve on his rookie totals and put the pit bull issues of the off-season behind him. He'll serve as a backup with former Packers star Na'il Diggs. Diggs was limited to nine games last season after recording 80 or more tackles in three consecutive seasons.

    20. Atlanta Falcons
    Despite having the league's best rushing offense in 2005, the Falcons struggled to contain the run defensively last year. Atlanta ranked 26th in the league against the run at 128.9 yards per game and 18th in the game in total defense at 21.3 points per game. Part of the problem was the early loss of linebacker Edgerton Hartwell to a torn Achilles' injury. Second-year linebacker Jordan Beck will take repetitions with the first team during mini-camps as Hartwell recovers from his injury. Demorrio Williams and Keith Brooking combined for 240 tackles, 6.5 sacks and six interceptions. They piled up big tackle totals but will need help from the defensive secondary.


    21. Cleveland Browns
    Romeo Crennel continued his installation of the 3-4 defense by adding former Patriots standout Willie McGinest to lead the unit. He'll serve as a veteran presence to make plays but also as an on-field coach to mentor rookies Kamerion Wimbley and D'Qwell Jackson. Andra Davis turned in a tremendous season with 149 tackles and will remain a fixture opposite McGinest. Chaun Thompson moves to an inside position in this scheme after collecting 82 tackles and five sacks last year. The addition of McGinest will help to get players into proper position and move up from woeful run defense of 2005 (30th-ranked at 137.6 yards per game).

    22. Cincinnati Bengals
    Rookie Odell Thurman slid into the starting role and shone immediately with 106 tackles and forced five fumbles. Thurman will be joined in the starting lineup this season by fellow second-year linebacker David Pollack. Pollack entered camp late and played sporadically in his rookie season. He did hurt his foot this off-season playing basketball, but there are no signs he'll be limited come training camp. The Bengals looked to shore up this area of the team to improve on their 20th-ranked run defense (115.6 yards per game) and lack of pressure (28 sacks) with the selection of A.J. Nicholson in the draft. He's currently facing burglary charges stemming from an incident involving a former teammate. Veteran Brian Simmons returns as a productive force on the outside. Simmons' 84 tackles and four sacks last season and remains the veteran presence in the youthful squad.

    23. Kansas City Chiefs
    Kansas City ranked in the top 10 against the run last season, but saw its pass defense struggle once again (30th at 229.9 yards per game and 25 touchdowns). Kawika Mitchell led the team with 105 tackles and will return to anchor the team at middle linebacker. The Chiefs are tinkering with returning Kendrell Bell to the down pass rusher role he filled so well in Pittsburgh. Second-year player Kris Griffin would see more extensive playing time if Gunther Cunningham were to follow through with this plan. The Chiefs added a potential superstar last season by selecting Derrick Johnson. Johnson immediately contributed big plays and tallied 80 tackles. He'll only improve in year two.

    24. St. Louis Rams
    St. Louis tied for 30th in total defense a season ago at 26.8 points per game. The defensive backfield scuffled and surrendered 26 touchdown passes. The struggles last season forced the Rams to acquire a veteran presence to stabilize the squad. Scott Linehan brought on former Panthers star Will Witherspoon (81 tackles) to work alongside Pisa Tinoisamoa. Tinoisamoa was the one stable force in the middle of the unit last year and led the team with 94 tackles. Dexter Coakley struggled in his first season with the Rams and appeared in only 12 games. The Rams look for better production from him and added instinctual players Jon Alston and Tim McGarigle in the draft.

    25. Miami Dolphins
    The dominance of the Miami defensive line sets up its linebacking corps to close out plays. Nobody does it better than Zach Thomas, who contributed 162 tackles, his fifth straight season with at least 145. He's coming back from a shoulder injury, but fully expects to be ready for training camp. Rookie Channing Crowder adjusted to the speed of the NFL quickly and piled up 85 tackles for Nick Saban's defense. Former Saints linebacker Sedrick Hodge (48 tackles) rounds out the corps.

    26. Oakland Raiders
    The Raiders ranked 25th in total defense in 2005 at 23.9 points per game. Of chief concern in the defensive unit was the miniscule 19 turnovers caused. The Raiders recorded only five interceptions a year ago. They'll look to get back after quarterbacks with Derrick Burgess and a healthy Warren Sapp this year. Linebackers Kirk Morrison and Danny Clark were all over the field a season ago with 229 tackles between them. Unfortunately, they combined for only one sack and zero interceptions. Tyler Brayton and rookie Thomas Howard will round out the corps in Rob Ryan's defense.

    27. Arizona Cardinals
    The Cardinals ranked 26th in the league in total defense at 24.2 points per game. The unit produced solid turnover and sack totals, but couldn't prevent the big play. The linebackers played reasonably well, with Karlos Dansby and James Darling combining for 187 tackles, five sacks and five interceptions. Now in his third year, Dansby appears headed to becoming the leader of this unit. Orlando Huff excelled in his first season in Arizona with 70 tackles. This trio, combined with an offense that now includes a top-notch running back, will help push the Cardinals up the rankings.

    28. Minnesota Vikings
    The Vikings recorded a large number of turnovers last season (32) but still ranked 19th in total defense at 21.5 points per game. The linebacker position is in flux for the team. They lost Sam Cowart to the Texans, leaving E.J. Henderson as the leading returning tackler in the unit with 77. The Vikings brought on former Chargers star Ben Leber, who has battled injuries in two straight seasons, and utilized their first-round draft choice on University of Iowa standout Chad Greenway. Third-year player Dontarrious Thomas, and Napoleon Harris, who was acquired in the Randy Moss deal, round out the unit.

    29. Houston Texans
    The Texans went defense with their first two selections in this year's draft as they looked to ascend from league worst marks in total defense (26.9 points per game) and rush defense (143.9 yards per game). First selection Mario Williams will be counted on to help with the pass rush and force runners back inside. The team turned back to linebacker in the second round with DeMeco Ryans from Alabama. Ryans has great instincts and can make plays and will vie for a starting role immediately. Shantee Orr contributed seven sacks last season and will be joined in the corps by former Vikings linebacker Sam Cowart.

    30. New Orleans Saints
    The Saints enter 2006 with huge questions at the position. They traded away their depth in early June by dealing Courtney Watson to the Bills. Anthony Simmons was a star with the Seahawks for years, but contemplated retirement while he sat out 2005 with a wrist injury. Can he return to his previous form? Former Cowboys linebacker Scott Fujita joins Sean Payton in New Orleans. Fujita played reasonably well in a new system in Dallas after two great years in Kansas City (204 tackles, 8.5 sacks). Colby Bockwoldt accrued 80 tackles in his second year from BYU.

    31. Detroit Lions
    The Lions defense were forced to spend great lengths of time on the field because of continued issues in the offensive huddle. Detroit allowed 21.6 points per game but contributed 38 turnovers. Improvements in the offensive schemes should help to boost their places in the rankings provided that the linebacker corps can stay healthy. Boss Bailey and Teddy Lehman continue to recover from ankle and foot injuries, respectively. Neither player is participating in mini-camps. The Lions addressed the position with their first selection in the draft, adding a promising player with an injury past in Ernie Sims. To help prepare for the possibility that neither Bailey nor Lehman is ready to roll, the Lions added Paris Lenon from the Packers (65 tackles).

    32. San Francisco 49ers
    The 49ers ranked at or near the bottom of all defensive statistical categories in 2005 and lost star linebacker Peterson to division rival Seattle. Leading tackler Derek Smith (116) returns to anchor the defense. Mike Nolan and the coaching staff are banking on a return to health and productivity for Jeff Ulbrich, who was limited to just five games last season. He produced 93 tackles in 2004. The 49ers entered the draft with many holes to fill on both sides of the ball. They addressed the linebacking corps with the selection of Manny Lawson from N.C. State with their second first-round selection. He'll be expected to contribute immediately.
    Next time out, I'll continue my off-season tour with a review of the defensive backfields. We'll seek out ballhawks that make the interception and bat away sure touchdown heaves as the last defense.

    FOXSports.com fantasy contributor Mike Harmon would welcome your comments and feedback. You can also learn more about him by reading "Welcome to my world."

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    Re: Team LB rankings: Urlacher leads No. 1 Bears

    Ouch, 28th...can't say it isn't expected though. We have a lot of unproven players who need to make names for themselves this year.
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    Re: Team LB rankings: Urlacher leads No. 1 Bears

    "singersp" wrote:

    28. Minnesota Vikings
    The Vikings recorded a large number of turnovers last season (32) but still ranked 19th in total defense at 21.5 points per game. The linebacker position is in flux for the team. They lost Sam Cowart to the Texans, leaving E.J. Henderson as the leading returning tackler in the unit with 77. The Vikings brought on former Chargers star Ben Leber, who has battled injuries in two straight seasons, and utilized their first-round draft choice on University of Iowa standout Chad Greenway. Third-year player Dontarrious Thomas, and Napoleon Harris, who was acquired in the Randy Moss deal, round out the unit.
    Uffda. Well, can't say I disagree with him, although 28th is probably about 5 spots lower than I would have placed us. But I think there's TONS of upside to the group we've got this year. And it's time for EJ and Dontarrious to step up and take command or hit the bricks.

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    "Bdubya" wrote:
    Ouch, 28th...can't say it isn't expected though. We have a lot of unproven players who need to make names for themselves this year.
    ditto.. i hope leber stays healthy

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    Re: Team LB rankings: Urlacher leads No. 1 Bears

    E.J. better not be good this year for the sake of my money... I bought his jersey during his rookie year, expecting him to be a beast. If he comes out and starts rocking now that we got new uni's I'll be peeved.

    But for the sake of the Vikings doing good, I hope E.J. has a breakout year.
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    Re: Team LB rankings: Urlacher leads No. 1 Bears

    A fairly reasonable ranking. I myself feel like we have a ton of potential at the linebacker postition, and I think that our linebackers will bemuch more productive in our new scheme.

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    Re: Team LB rankings: Urlacher leads No. 1 Bears

    6. San Diego Chargers

    "...Merriman recorded 54 tackles and 10 sacks last year. He teams with top IDP player Donnie Edwards, who has racked more than 150 tackles in three straight seasons..."

    And we could have Edwards for a song...he would definitely push us up more than a few spots from 28th. C'mon FO...pull the trigger!!!
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    Leber.. EJ... Greenway... DT... Napo...

    All young!

    I hope they develop into atleast decent starters

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    Re: Team LB rankings: Urlacher leads No. 1 Bears

    "cajunvike" wrote:
    6. San Diego Chargers

    "...Merriman recorded 54 tackles and 10 sacks last year. He teams with top IDP player Donnie Edwards, who has racked more than 150 tackles in three straight seasons..."

    And we could have Edwards for a song...he would definitely push us up more than a few spots from 28th. C'mon FO...pull the trigger!!!
    I knew this was coming... You have pimped Edwards on this board second only to DeAngelo. However, I cannot disagree with you. I think we have $10M+ in cap space even after the suspected rookie signings. No reason we should not pull the trigger on Edwards for what he can do immediately for the defense.

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    Re: Team LB rankings: Urlacher leads No. 1 Bears

    I hate to say it but they are right!!! we don't have that many players on the team that have proven themselves so far!!!
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