Campbell accrued five solo tackles, two sacks and one pass breakup Sunday against the Texans.
After a poor performance of just one tackle against the Seahawks in Week 14, Campbell bounced back the way most believed he could. The veteran defensive end now has 14.5 sacks this season, continuing to dismantle his previous career high of nine sacks in 2013.
Campbell posted three solo tackles and one fumble recovery Sunday against the Cardinals.
Campbell played 57 of 73 possible defensive snaps, leading all Jags' defensive linemen. Since exploding for 11 sacks through his first eight games this season, Campbell has regressed to just a half sack in his last three matchups. Without his sack count, Campbell is quite limited in fantasy value.
Campbell had two tackles (one solo), a half-sack and a forced fumble in Sunday's 19-7 victory over the Browns.
Campbell remains tied atop the league with Demarcus Lawrence at 11.5 sacks after seeing his six-game sack streak broken last week. The Jaguars have another favorable matchup against the Carson Palmer-less Cardinals in Week 12.
Campbell recorded his 11th sack of the season in Sunday's 23-7 win over the Bengals.
Campbell has at least a half-sack in each of the last six games, and has been held without a sack in only one game this season. The NFL's sack leader had a season-low two tackles (both solo) Sunday, but that was in large part due the the sheer dominance of the Jaguars defense, which was on the field for only 37 plays.
Campbell racked up four tackles (two solo), two sacks and a forced fumble Sunday against the Colts.
Campbell is continuing on his tear, as he has 32 tackles (20 solo) and a league-high 10 sacks though seven games. Campbell's consistency makes him a solid IDP option in almost every matchup, and he should be deployed weekly after the Week 8 bye.
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