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1. Luke Kuechly, Carolina Panthers
The Panthers' star Linebacker was one of the most active defensive players last season, his 93 solo tackles put him 9th out of all Linebackers, but his 63 tackle assists was 4th best in that position. He was the youngest player to win the Defensive Player of the Year award and at only 23 years old, he's showing no signs of slowing down.
2. Lavonte David, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
The Bucs' Linebacker was prolific last season, especially in the backfield. 20 of his 105 tackles were made behind the line of scrimmage. David's propensity for creating turnovers also increasing his fantasy value; he collected five interceptions and forced two fumbles in 2013.
3. Vontaze Burfict, Cincinnati Bengals
Burfict had stellar numbers last season; 113 solo tackles and 57 assisted tackles. Will continue to be the leader in the Bengals' linebacking corps.
4. Paul Posluszny, Jacksonville Jaguars
He led all Linebackers in 2013 with 121solo tackles, and 40 assisted tackles. Now 29, Posluszny should still get plenty of opportunities to rack up tackles behind Jacksonville's porous defensive line.
5. Derrick Johnson, Kansas City Chiefs
The veteran Chief's linebacker racked up 95 solo tackles last season. He's now 31, so its possible that his production may begin to decline.
6. Patrick Willis, San Francisco 49ers
Despite missing some time early in the year with hand and groin injury, Willis bounced back to produce solid numbers, including 82 solo tackles 22 assisted tackles. Now healthy, he should be in the mix on just about every down for the Niners, and should collect more than his fair share of tackles.
7. Bobby Wagner, Seattle Seahawks
A major cog in the potent Seahawks' defense, Wagner is entering his 3rd year in the league, I am hoping to see an increase in production from him, but the overall quality of Seattle's might hold back his individual tackle numbers.
8. Karlos Dansby, Cleveland Browns
Dansby joins an already competent defense in Cleveland after having a stellar season with Arizon last year. In 2013, he gathered 112 solo tackles 4 interceptions and scored 2 touchdowns. The combination of him and the other Browns' defenders will be formidable for opposing offenses, but it remains to be seen joining Cleveland's solid defense will affect his fantasy output.
9. James Laurinaitis, St. Louis Rams
The Rams' inside linebacker is a tenacious defender. He has 85 solo tackles and 38 assisted last season. With the exception of himself and defensive end Robert Quinn, there is not too much else to the Rams' defense, so they may be on the field a lot, leading to a lot of potential for Laurinaitis to rack up fantasy points.
10. Paul Worrilow, Atlanta Falcons
The undrafted rookie had an impressive debut campaign for the Falcons last season, he added 48 assisted tackles to his 79 solo tackles. He led the Falcons in tackles in 2013 and could be poised for an even better year this season.