Barron finished the 2016 season with a career-high 118 tackles (91 solo). While Barron's fantasy value took a hit after losing his eligibility at strong safety, he still produced strong fantasy numbers and was a rock-solid option in the majority of seasonal leagues. There is also room for him to improve his sack (one) and interception (two) totals, which would make Barron a weekly high-floor, high-ceiling contributor.
Barron recorded 14 tackles Sunday against the Saints. Barron had his most productive game of the season with 14 stops, and he's now recorded back-to-back games with double-digit tackle totals. On the season he's averaging eight tackles while also adding a sack and two interceptions, making him a strong weekly option in IDP leagues.
Barron collected 11 tackles Sunday against the Dolphins. The 11 tackles represented the highest total that Barron has recorded this season, and he's averaging 7.7 stops this season. Aside from respectable tackle numbers, his value in IDP leagues is bolstered by his versatility, as evidenced by a pair of interceptions, seven passes defensed and a sack.
Barron recorded nine tackles and his first sack of the season during Sunday's loss to the Panthers. Barron is averaging 7.5 tackles per game and has six pass defenses, two interceptions and a sack thus far. He's proving to be a set-and-forget fantasy asset with a high weekly floor.
Barron recorded nine tackles (eight solo) during Sunday's loss to the Bills. Barron has registered 36 tackles (31 solo), two interceptions and three pass defenses through the past four games. And for the season, Barron's 33 solo tackles ranks second in league among defensive backs. He continues to be a strong weekly fantasy option.