24-Year-Old Safety – Green Bay Packers
2017 Fantasy Football Outlook
Clinton-Dix might not possess the same game-to-game upside as teammate and fellow safety Morgan Burnett, but the superior durability displayed by Clinton-Dix gives him a higher aggregate projection. C...
Ha Ha Clinton-Dix Contract Information:
Signed a four-year, $8.338 million contract with the Packers in May of 2014.
Clinton-Dix notched eight tackles and an interception during Thursday's 35-14 victory over the Bears.
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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
Clinton-Dix might not have the IDP upside of his teammate Morgan Burnett, but he probably offers a better floor as the more durable of the two heading into 2016. He hit the triple-digit tackle mark in 2015, his second year in the league at just 22 years old, and the year before that he totaled 93 tackles on a lesser play count. With two years of a tackle rate over nine percent, Clinton-Dix looks like a very reliable investment, and if Aaron Rodgers can stay healthy all year, forcing opponents to play catch-up more often, Clinton-Dix should add some interceptions (three in two years).
Clinton-Dix was expected to play a minor role as a rookie last season, but he impressed almost immediately and earned a three-down role early in the year. Even with Morgan Burnett gobbling up 130 tackles in the secondary, HHCD fell just short of 100 tackles, posting 67 tackles in his final 10 games. He should threaten the triple-digit threshold again this season.
Clinton-Dix was widely considered the top safety prospect in this year's draft, but he had to sit back and watch the Jets draft Louisville S Calvin Pryor ahead of him. He doesn't have a ton of game-breaking ability, but Clinton-Dix is a reliable player that will likely start at free safety for the Packers. His IDP value is somewhat limited in that role, as he likely won't be in on a lot of tackles, although he did pick off seven passes in his last two years at Alabama.