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  • Bears' T.J. Edwards: Intercepts a pass

    Edwards tallied two tackles and an interception in the Bears' 37-17 win over the Falcons on Sunday. Edwards had recorded double-digit tackles in seven of his first 10 games, but he has not had more than six in any of his last five games. Also, after not intercepting a pass in Chicago's first 10 games, the veteran linebacker has picked off three passes in the last six games. Based on recent trends, Edwards will be a middling IDP option in Week 18 at Green Bay.
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  • Bears' T.J. Edwards: Picks off another pass

    Edwards tallied six tackles and an interception in the Bears' 12-10 win over the Vikings on Monday. Although Edwards' tackle total was his second-lowest of the season, his first interception of the year helped him produce a strong fantasy performance. Edwards often records double-digit tackles, and he'll remain an elite IDP.
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  • Bears' T.J. Edwards: Big tackle numbers

    Edwards tallied 15 stops in the Bears' 24-17 loss to the Saints on Sunday. Edwards has 28 tackles over the last two games, and he has double-digit tackles in six of nine games. He should remain an elite IDP going forward.
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  • Bears' T.J. Edwards: Leads team in stops

    Edwards recorded nine tackles and a sack in the Bears' 19-13 loss to the Vikings on Sunday. Edwards has posted at least nine tackles in each game this season, and he now has a sack in back-to-back games. He remains one of the top IDP performers at linebacker.
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  • Bears' T.J. Edwards: Tallies 10 stops

    Edwards recorded 10 tackles in the Bears' 40-20 win over the Commanders on Thursday. Edwards has 62 tackles and one sack over five games, and he's yet to have fewer than nine tackles in any contest. He should continue to be a top IDP going forward.
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  • Bears' T.J. Edwards: Ties for team lead in tackles

    Edwards finished Week 4 against the Broncos with eight tackles (seven solo). Chicago's defense saw significantly less work in Week 4 after getting demolished by the Chiefs one week ago, but Edwards still managed to tally eight tackles on 48 defensive snaps. This marks the first time this season he hasn't finished with double-digit tackles, one week after he compiled17 tackles in Kansas City during Week 3.
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  • Bears' T.J. Edwards: Massive performance

    Edwards tallied 17 stops in the Bears' 41-10 loss to the Chiefs on Sunday. After notching 12 tackles in Week 1, Edwards has increased his tackle total each week. With the Chicago offense struggling to slow down opposing offenses, Edwards and the defense are playing a lot of snaps. Assuming the team's defensive struggles continue, Edwards will be a elite weekly IDP.
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  • Bears' T.J. Edwards: Another strong outing

    Edwards posted 12 tackles in the Bears' 27-17 loss to the Buccaneers on Sunday. After tallying 14 stops in Week 1, Edwards reached double digits against Tampa Bay. With opposing offenses sustaining long drives on a consistent basis against the Bears, Edwards could challenge for the league lead in tackles, making him an outstanding IDP.
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  • Bears' T.J. Edwards: Joining Chicago

    Edwards is set to sign a three-year contract with the Bears, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. An undrafted free agent in 2019, the Wisconsin product caught on with Philadelphia and made at least 12 starts each of the past three seasons, including all 17 games in 2022 en route to a career-high 159 tackles. A native of the Chicago area, Edwards mostly played middle linebacker for the Eagles but could slide over to the weak side for the Bears if they want to keep Jack Sanborn (ankle) in the middle after his solid showing as a rookie in 2022. Edwards' contract reportedly is for $19.5 million over three years, including $12 million in guarantees.
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  • Eagles' T.J. Edwards: Leads team in tackles

    Edwards finished the regular season with 159 tackles, including 99 solo tackles, and a pair of sacks. Edwards' tackle total led his team and tied him for seventh in the league. He improved on an already strong 2021 campaign in which he tied for 15th in the league with 130 tackles. Edwards will be a free agent after the season, and the Eagles would presumably love to have him back, though his strong back-to-back seasons mean he could be due for a big raise.
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  • Eagles' T.J. Edwards: Nine tackles Week 15

    Edwards recorded nine tackles (five solo) in Sunday's 25-20 win over the Bears. Edwards logged more than seven tackles for the first time in four weeks, as he wound up playing nearly every defensive snap in this unexpectedly narrow win. Edwards is still far and away the Eagles' leading tackler this season with 124, and he is now seven stops shy of setting a new career high in this category. Edwards should have a very good chance to do just this while facing the Cowboy's prolific rushing offense Week 16.
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  • Eagles' T.J. Edwards: Moderate outing in blowout win

    Edwards tallied six tackles (two solo), including a tackle for loss, and one pass defended during Sunday's 48-22 win against the Giants. Edwards wound up playing a season-low 75 percent of the Eagles' defensive snaps, as the team went up 41-14 midway through the fourth quarter. The linebacker has now logged exactly six tackles during back-to-back blowout wins. Edwards played almost every defensive snap over the first 11 contests of the season, but it's possible he could see decreased playing time if the Eagles roll out to another easy win against Chicago in Week 15.
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  • Eagles' T.J. Edwards: Leads team with six tackles

    Edwards recorded a team-leading six tackles (four solo) in Sunday's victory over the Titans. Edwards' tackle total matched his season low but was still enough to lead the team. He has just one takeaway on the season and two sacks, but he continues to be the best on the team at bringing down the ball carrier.
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  • Eagles' T.J. Edwards: Double-digit tackes in win

    Edwards recorded 10 tackles (six solo), including two for loss, and one fumble recovery during Sunday's 17-16 win over the Colts. Edwards recorded his fourth double-digit tackle outing over his last five appearances and his sixth overall. Across 10 games, the fourth-year linebacker has totaled 96 stops, five pass defenses, two sacks and one fumble recovery.
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  • Eagles' T.J. Edwards: Posts 12 stops in loss

    Edwards recorded 12 tackles (four solo) during Sunday's 31-22 defeat versus the Commanders. Edwards notched his fifth double-digit tackle performance of the season. The middle linebacker also played a season-high 78 defensive snaps, as Philadelphia's defense was stuck on the field for numerous long drives due to the team's lack of complementary play on offense. Edwards now has 86 tackles (53 solo), two sacks and five passes defended over nine games this season and, barring injury, should easily log the most productive campaign of his career.
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  • Eagles' T.J. Edwards: Season-high 14 stops

    Edwards recorded 14 tackles (six solo) and one pass defense during Sunday's 26-17 win over the Cowboys. Edwards' 14 stops were good for a season high and marked his third double-digit tackle performance of the campaign. Across six appearances, the fourth-year linebacker has totaled 55 stops, three pass defenses and two sacks while playing nearly every defensive snap.
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  • Eagles' T.J. Edwards: Registers season-low snap tally

    Edwards recorded six tackles (four solo) and one sack during the Eagles' 29-21 win over the Jaguars on Sunday. Edwards notched a team-high six tackles and his second sack of the season, as Philadelphia's defense held Jacksonville to just 219 total yards over 46 offensive plays. Therefore, the starting middle linebacker played a season-low 44 defensive snaps, and he should see increased production in Week 5 against the Cardinals offense, which has averaged 56 plays per game so far in 2022.
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  • Eagles' T.J. Edwards: Team-high tackles in Week 2

    Edwards recorded 10 tackles (seven solo) and one pass defended in Monday's 24-7 victory over the Vikings. Edwards was all over the field during the Eagles' dominant defensive performance Monday, as he tallied double-digit tackles for the first time this season. The inside linebacker registered six ten-plus-tackle outings last year, and he should have an opportunity to set a new career-high for tackles while playing an every-down role in 2022.
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  • Eagles' T.J. Edwards: Racks up seven Week 1 tackles

    Edwards had seven tackles (five solo) and a pass defensed in Sunday's 38-35 win over the Lions. The Eagles were gashed for 181 yards and three touchdowns on the ground, but Edwards made some key tackles to help stem the bleeding just enough for Philadelphia's offense to pick up the slack. Edwards had 130 tackles last season, so the middle linebacker should produce plenty of similar outings this season if he can stay healthy.
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  • Eagles' T.J. Edwards: Ready for 2022 season

    Edwards (forearm) is fully recovered from his forearm injury suffered in the Eagles' wild-card loss to the Buccaneers, Dave Zangaro of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports. Edwards played a significant role on the Eagles' defense beginning in Week 9 last season, where he played at least 88 percent of the defensive snaps from that point on. Although Edwards is not expected to keep that prominent of a role, he should still be a main fixture of the Eagles' defense in 2022.
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