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DEFENSE/SPECIAL TEAMS BREAKDOWN

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By Sammy Crano, Fantasy Football Writer

Defense/Special Teams (DST) is often one of the last picks made by owners in a fantasy draft, and for good reason. Some owners like to play matchups using the waiver wire, but if you’re fortunate enough to grab a top DST, you should stick with them throughout your season. In this edition of The Fantasy Geek draft kit,  we breakdown the DST.

Tier 1 – So Defensive

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1. New York Jets – The Jets DST ended up one of the top fantasy teams in 2009 scoring 4 TDs, with 20 picks and 32 sacks.  With arguably the best secondary in the league and a relentless blitzing scheme, turnovers and sacks should improve in 2010. Darrelle Revis, the All-Pro corner is holding out, but should be on the field come September.

2. Green Bay Packers – The Pack is back on the defensive side of the ball. Dom Capers’ playcalling led to 37 sacks, 11 forced fumbles and a league leading 30 picks.  Consider the pack a #1 DST.

3. Minnesota Vikings – The Vikings racked up 47 sacks last year thanks to Jared Allen and his teammates. Add in the fact that Percy Harvin scored two TDs on punt returns, proving this unit can put points on the board in a variety of ways.

4. Baltimore Ravens – So far, the offseason and early training camp has not been good to the Ravens DST. Ed Reed may start on the PUP list, Dominique Foxworth, starting CB, is lost for the season with a knee injury and rookie LB Sergio Kindle fractured his skull falling down a flight of stairs. He will not even participate in training camp and his return is unknown. The Ravens are still a top notch DST and it will be interesting to see how Terrence “Mount” Cody pans out.

5. Philadelphia Eagles – The Eagles once again proved to be a solid #1 DST in 2009. They scored double- digit fantasy points in 11 different games. DeSean Jackson provides a breakaway option for return TDs, making this defensive unit a #1 DST fantasy play for 2010.

6. Pittsburgh Steelers – In past years, many owners used a pick in rounds 7-11 to take the Steelers. I wouldn’t want to be the owner that reaches this year, although the Steelers will be a solid unit. The return of a healthy Troy Polamalu should only help a unit that had 46 sacks in 2009.

7. New Orleans Saints – The Saints DST was a bit of a surprise in 2009 scoring 9 TDs. They figure to be solid again in 2010 making for a good #1 option. But don’t bet on that many TDs again.

You'll want to have Patrick Willis and the 49ers DST active when they play the Rams.

8. San Francisco 49ers – San Fran scored in double digits 10 times in 2009. Playing in what can be considered a weak division, the 49ers should make for a low-end #1 DST.

9. New York Giants – Injuries riddled the G-Men last year, making for an average fantasy play.  New D-Coordinator Perry Fewell should help revive a DST that prides itself on getting to the QB.

10. Dallas Cowboys – The Cowboys DST didn’t allow a 100-yard rusher in 2009. That, combined with 42 sacks, makes Dallas a solid pick as a starting fantasy DST.

Tier 2 – Match them up

11. Miami Dolphins – The Fins DST is in transition. Mike Nolan takes over as D-Coordinator. Sack men supreme, Jason Taylor and Joey Porter are gone. Karlos Dansby was signed as a free agent in the offseason to help fill the void.

12. Chicago Bears – Da Bears landed a difference-maker with the signing of Julius Peppers and are hopeful Brian Urlacher is 100 % healthy. If so, the Bears DST could surprise in 2010.

13. Indianapolis Colts – The Colts are an opportunistic DST that relies on turnovers, having forced 16 interceptions and 15 forced fumbles. The addition of rookie DE Jerry Hughes should help the pass rush, but Indy is no better then a #2 DST.

14. San Diego Chargers – In 2009, the Chargers had 9 games in which the DST scored double-digit fantasy points. Darren Sproles is always a threat as a return ma,n but he may not get as many chances in 2010, due to the fact he’ll be more involved in the offense.

15. Cincinnati Bengals – The Bengals DST surprised at times in 2009, proving to be a nice waiver-wire pickup. Expect the same in 2010.

16. Tennessee Titans – The Titans didn’t live up to expectations in 2009, as this normally reliable low end #1 DST struggled to get to the QB. They addressed this in the draft by selecting DE Derrick Morgan who should help with the sack total. Consider the Titans a #2 DST heading into the 2010 season.

Tier 3 – Bye-week replacements

17. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – The Bucs drafted standout rookie DT Gerald McCoy to hopefully provide a Warren Sapp-like presence. It will take more than McCoy to make this DST anything better then a low- end #2 DST worthy of a waiver-wire pickup.

18. Arizona Cardinals – The Cardinals DST should be considered a #2 fantasy option with upside. They lost two of there core defenders last year in LB Karlos Dansby and DB Antrel Rolle. Replacing these guys will be a key to the Cardinals success.

19. Denver Broncos – The Broncos surprised everyone during the early part of the 2009 season and proved to be a solid fantasy option. They had 4 defensive TDs, 39 sacks, 14 picks and 20 forced fumbles. The bulk of this unit is 30 years or older, so it will be interesting to see how they hold up for an entire season. Consider the Broncos a nice option as a bye-week replacement or matchup DST.

20. New England Patriots – It wasn’t long ago that the Pats were considered one of the top DST units. However, this is a unit in rebuilding mode and is at best a #2 fantasy DST.

21. Washington Redskins – The Redskins, under new head coach Mike Shanahan,  are moving from a 4-3 to a 3-4 defensive scheme. D-coordinator Jim Haslett has talent in DT Albert Hanesworth, LBs  Brian Orakpo and London Fletcher and DBs LaRon Landry and DeAngello Hall. How quickly these guys buy into the new scheme will determine how successful they are as a fantasy DST.

22. Houston Texans – The Texans were an average DST last year, finishing the year with 28 sacks, 12 forced fumbles and 14 interceptions. Consider the Texans DST a bye-week replacement.

23. Carolina Panthers – The Panthers had the fourth-ranked passing defense in 2009. That will drop due to the departure of Julius Peppers.

24. Atlanta Falcons – The Falcons DST is nothing special and should only be used when the matchup is right.

25. Jacksonville Jaguars – The Jaguars DST had a league-low 14 sacks and did not score a defensive TD in 2009. Unless you’re in a really deep league, leave the Jags DST in the free-agent pool.

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