Daniels recorded 49 tackles (34 solo) and five sacks over 14 games during the 2017 season. Daniels tallied at least four sacks for the fifth consecutive year, and his 49 tackles tied a career high. He has been a key cog in the middle of the Packers' defense and will remain one in 2018.
Daniels posted four tackles and a half sack in Sunday's overtime win against Tampa Bay. Daniels accrued 58 defensive snaps Sunday, more than any other player on the Packers' defensive line. The sixth-year pro is one of the top defensive assets in Green Bay, which is why he plays so much. However, it often doesn't translate to great fantasy performances, making him a risky IDP deployment.
Daniels had two tackles (both solo) in Sunday's loss to the Ravens. Daniels' production was minimal a week after recording five tackles as well as his second sack of the season. He did, however, play 51 snaps Sunday, according to Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com, putting him over the 50-snap number for the fifth time in six games.
Daniels (hip) is listed as active for Sunday's game against the Cowboys. With his hip injury a thing of the past, Daniels will be making his first appearance since Week 2. His return will bolster a Packers run defense that must corral Ezekiel Elliott in order to keep the Cowboys offense in check.
Daniels (hip) is inactive for Thursday's game against the Bears. The Packers will be missing a stalwart presence on the defensive front for the second game in a row. Expect Kenny Clark and Dean Lowry to handle the majority of snaps afforded down linemen in Week 4.