6) Brandon Graham, Eagles

It’s been a curious career for Brandon Graham. He hasn’t recorded more than 6.5 sacks in any season of his career, but he’s always been a favorite among those who watch defensive players closely. Graham was always regarded as an ill-fit for the 3-4 defense Chip Kelly wanted to employ and that appeared to be the case after he had such a strong season in 2016. Back with his hand in the dirt, Graham’s 4.01 average yards to the quarterback at time to throw or sack was in the 89th percentile among edge players this season. He might never be a sack master, but he brings consistent disruption to the pocket. Graham plays in a talented pressure unit that also includes interior maven Fletcher Cox and Vinny Curry. Philly needs to explore upgrading a cornerback corps that fell apart down the stretch and rendered their strong pass rush group moot:

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