Dansby recorded three solo tackles and a pass defended in Sunday's victory over the Jaguars.
Dansby's tackle total was the second lowest of the season, but he has now logged three passes defended over the previous four games. The veteran saw 54 defensive snaps (84.0 percent) and wil look to bounce back in the tackle department next week against the Rams.
Dansby recorded seven tackles (four solo) in Thursday's 22-16 loss to the Seahawks.
Dansby slumped a bit after racking up 10 tackles (six solo) against Indy in Week 2, but he appears to be back on track after posting consecutive seven-tackle performances. However, the veteran linebacker is on pace for just 90 tackles -- a large regression from the 114 he posted last season.
Dansby (finger/hamstring) posted seven tackles (five solo), one sack and one interception in Sunday's win over the 49ers.
Dansby was able to record his first sack and interception of the season Sunday, making it easily his most productive fantasy outing. The veteran linebacker has been inconsistent with his tackle count this season, however, which has limited his usefulness in IDP settings.
For much of the season, the Cardinals have given the 36-year-old linebacker plenty of rest between games, only this week, finger and hamstring injuries were to blame for a DNP/DNP/limited practice regimen. The preceding was the usual ruse, as he prepares to maintain the usage (91 percent of the defensive snaps) in his third stint in Arizona.
Dansby (finger, hamstring) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the 49ers, Mike Jurecki of Arizona Sports 98.7 FM reports.
Dansby sat out practice until putting in a limited session Friday, so it's difficult to pinpoint his likelihood of playing Sunday. Josh Bynes and Scooby Wright could see increased snap counts should the veteran inside linebacker be unable to play against the 49ers.
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