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DeAndre Levy, LB, DET
Although we doubt he's a good fit at the position, it seems Detroit is set on appointing Levy as the starting inside linebacker for this year. He made 85 tackles (61 solo) and intercepted a pass as a rookie outside linebacker last year, and he's a good bet to add 40 tackles to that total in 2010. Look for Levy to get run over in the real football world, but expect it to result in lots of tackles downfield.
Keith Bulluck, LB, NYG
For almost all of the previous decade, Bulluck was an IDP monster at weak-side linebacker for the Titans. In New York, he's the favorite to be the team's starting middle linebacker. This is a guy who posted 125 or more tackles five years in a row at one point, and he's a near guarantee to hit triple digits this year if he can stay healthy. He suffered an ACL tear in December, but he called himself