James registered five tackles (four solo) and a half sack in Sunday's 38-14 demolition of the Browns.
It's difficult to understate James' role on the defense, as the rookie safety has already developed into arguably the team's top playmaker on the other side of the ball. Through six games, James has secured 36 tackles, 3.5 sacks, six passes defended and recorded an interception and remains one of the better IDP options around, particularly in leagues that award additional points for sacks or turnovers.
James accumulated five tackles (four solo) includng one tackle for a loss in Sunday's 26-10 win over the Raiders.
It was a muted performance for James based on the lofty standards he set in the previous four weeks, as the rookie safety failed to record a turnover or sack for the first time this season. Given his playmaking tendencies, James is one of the better IDP options out there at the moment, and he should have plenty of opportunities to pick on fellow rookie Baker Mayfield when the Chargers travel to FirstEnergy Stadium in Cleveland for Week 6.
James recorded seven tackles (five solo), two passes defended and one sack in Sunday's 29-27 win over the 49ers.
James proved again Sunday why he is worthy of a first-round draft selection, making his presence felt in the passing game while causing a 10-yard loss on his lone sack. The rookie safety has tremendous game speed, and his playmaking ability has made itself apparent throughout the first four weeks of the season. James has a divisional matchup against the Raiders in Week 5.
James recorded eight tackles (seven solo), including a sack, and one pass defensed in Sunday's 31-20 win over the Bills.
James has now recorded two sacks in as many games. His eight tackles were a marked improvement over his three-tackle performance in Week 1. Thus far, the first-round safety has showcased the talent that made him a top-20 selection. Looking ahead, James and the rest of the Chargers defense will have their hands full in next week's tilt against the Rams.
James record three tackles (two solo), two passes defended and a sack in Sunday's 38-28 loss to the Chiefs.
James was one of just four players on defense to play every snap, quickly showing off his first-round pedigree by recording the Chargers first and only sack of the afternoon. After winning a spirited battle for the starting free safety job in the preseason, James appears poised to add another level of play-making ability to an already well-respected secondary. James, along with strong safety Jahleel Addae, may be on the cusp of being regular IDP options and should have plenty of opportunities to prove themselves in Week 2 against the lowly Bills.
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