23-Year-Old Defensive End – Tampa Bay Buccaneers
2017 Fantasy Football Outlook
Spence came into his 2016 rookie campaign with plenty of expectations despite having slipped to the second round, as the consensus was that he possessed a first-round skill set. The speed rushing thre...
Noah Spence Contract Information:
Signed a contract with the Buccaneers in May of 2016.
Spence, who recorded a tackle for loss in last Friday's preseason opener against the Bengals, is expected by coaches and teammates to emerge as a dominant force in 2017, Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times reports. "Everybody talks about Noah being a double-digit sack guy and all that," defensive coordinator Mike Smith said. "Really, we just need him to be as aggressive as he can be, and sometimes it's not on the stat sheet. If he can draw the offensive line turning to him or draw some double teams or chips, it's going to allow other guys to get there."
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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
An athletically-gifted pass rusher with an impressive motor and first-round talent, Spence fell to the second round of the 2016 draft after off-the-field problems nearly derailed his college career. The 251-pound end brings an abundance of pass-rush pedigree to the table, having totaled 11.5 sacks, along with 63 tackles, in his senior season at Eastern Kentucky. Spence is slated to be used heavily as a rotational pass rusher in his first season, and could well offer some solid IDP value with his ability to make plays on the quarterback and cause turnovers.