Ingram recorded a half of a sack as well as three tackles (two solo) in the Week 17 win over the Raiders. He finishes 2017 with 56 tackles, 10.5 sacks, one forced fumble and two fumble recoveries, one of which went for a touchdown. The 10.5 sacks tied a career-high mark for Ingram, as the 28-year-old came on strong to end the season, tallying two sacks in the final four weeks of the campaign. Alongside dominant edge rusher Joey Bosa, Ingram figures to be in prime position to repeat his performance in 2018.
Ingram registered five tackles (three solo) and a sack in the 30-13 loss to the Chiefs on Saturday. The sack was Ingram's second quarterback takedown in as many weeks, with the sixth-year edge rusher largely ceding sack opportunities to pass-rushing mate Joey Bosa. After a torrid start to the season, Ingram has tailed off considerably, to the point where he remains a risky IDP option most weeks. However, with Bryce Petty and the Jets on tap for Week 16, it wouldn't be unreasonable to suggest Ingram makes it three straight weeks with at least half a sack.
Ingram picked up one tackle and returned a fumble for a touchdown in a 54-24 win over the Bills on Sunday. Ingram's production has slowed following a torrid five-game stretch to begin the season, but he's still performing exceptionally well opposite standout pass rusher Joey Bosa. With a two-week stretch against the Cowboys and Browns next on the schedule, Ingram remains an intriguing IDP option in all formats.
Ingram finished Sunday's 21-0 win over the Broncos with three tackles and a sack. Ingram is fourth in the NFL in sacks following Sunday's win, and he could even be higher on that list if a second half-sack wouldn't have been erased following a questionable roughing the passer penalty. Alongside Joey Bosa, Ingram has developed into one of the most feared pass rushers in the NFL, and more important, a consistent source of production in IDP leagues.
Ingram tallied four tackles (three solo) in the 26-24 loss to the Eagles on Sunday. One week after recording a single-game career-high in sacks, Ingram was kept in check by the vaunted Eagles offensive line. At least one notable offsides penalty by Ingram helped the Eagles prolong an extended drive, part of an overall dysfunctional day for the Chargers defense. Ingram and company will look to rebound Sunday against the Giants.