IDP Analysis: Tartt Taking Over At Safety
IDP Analysis: Tartt Taking Over At Safety

This article is part of our IDP Analysis series.

RISING

Ryan Shazier, (3-4) ILB, PIT

He needs to stay healthy to be a reliable IDP asset going forward, but with his return from a shoulder injury as Pittsburgh takes on Kansas City, Shazier should be back on rosters in most IDP leagues. He remains the likely most athletic linebacker in the league, and he posted 22 tackles and one sack in his two 2015 starts. Shazier's return likely moves Sean Spence to the bench.

Jaquiski Tartt, S, SF

With Antoine Bethea (shoulder) out for the rest of the year, Tartt will likely take over as a starting safety for San Francisco. A surprise second-round pick out of Samford, Tartt has the size (6-foot-1, 221 pounds) and athleticism (4.52 40-yard dash, 124-inch broad jump) to project as an impact defender in the NFL, and his production to this point in the year has been encouraging, too. He had 12 tackles and a sack heading into Thursday's loss against Seattle while playing just 94 snaps and 100 spe

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