Top Ten Individual Defensive Performances of 2017:

#4 Melvin Ingram v. NYG Wk. 5 #4.) Melvin Ingram v. Giants - 6 tackles Desmond King Jersey , 2 sacks, forced fumble, fumble recovery, TFLIt took us awhile but we are finally highlighting our first Melvin Ingram performance on this list.The headliner of the matchup between the Giants and Chargers was that each team was coming into the week with a dismal 0-4 record on the season. Everyone knew someone was going to get their first win of the season, but who was it going to be?Based on Ingram’s play alone, you couldn’t help but know what his answer would have been.Ingram had his engine revving from the very first whistle. Seemingly applying pressure to Eli Manning on every play. Coming out of halftime, the score was 10-9 with the Chargers narrowly in the lead. On a 3rd and 5 Cheap Joey Bosa Jersey , defensive coordinator Gus Bradley drew up a beautiful stunt utilizing Ingram and Joey Bosa on the same side of the line.As the ball was snapped, Bosa bowled into the left guard from an inside alignment, bringing him with as he attacked the inside shoulder of the left tackle. With #99 succeeding in occupying both offensive line, Ingram twisted inside free of opposition and sacked Manning for a loss of 13 yards. This effectively killed any momentum the Giants may have had to start the half.With four minutes left in the game, the Giants owned a 22-20 lead with the ball on their 23-yard line. On a pivotal 3rd and 7, Ingram went full-on “Supa Mel”. Taking advantage of some confusion along the Giants’ offensive line, Ingram came free up the middle once more for a strip-sack of Manning. Ingram then went on to recover the fumble himself at the New York 11-yard line.This set the Chargers up for a 10-yard touchdown run by Melvin Gordon Womens Michael Schofield Jersey , giving the Bolts a 27-22 lead they would never relinquish and the first victory of the 2017 season.2018 NFL Fan Vote Mock Draft - Minnesota Vikings Are on the Clock - Pick 30 First overall voting total: Cleveland BrownsSecond overall voting total: New York GiantsThird overall voting total: New York JetsFourth overall voting total: Cleveland BrownsFifth overall voting total: Denver BroncosSixth overall voting total: Indianapolis ColtsSeventh overall voting total: Tampa Bay BuccaneersEighth overall voting total: Chicago BearsNinth overall voting total: San Francisco 49ersTenth overall voting total: Oakland Raiders11th overall voting total: Miami Dolphins12th overall voting total: Buffalo Bills13th overall voting total: Washington Redskins14th overall voting total: Green Bay Packers15th overall voting total: Arizona Cardinals16th overall voting total: Baltimore Ravens17th overall voting total: Los Angeles Chargers18th overall voting total: Seattle Seahawks19th overall voting totals: Dallas Cowboys20th overall voting totals: Detroit Lions21st overall voting totals: Cincinnati Bengals22nd overall voting totals: Buffalo Bills23rd overall voting totals: New England Patriots24th overall voting totals: Carolina Panthers25th overall voting totals: Tennessee Titans26th overall voting totals: Atlanta Falcons27th overall voting totals: New Orleans Saints28th overall voting totals: Pittsburgh Steelers29th overall voting totals: Jacksonville JaguarsThe Minnesota Vikings are now on the clock!WR Courtland Sutton: He’s a possession receiver. He’s big, he’s tough, and he lacks quickness.LB Leighton Vander Esch: An athletic, 3-down linebacker, Vander Esch could definitely be a mid-1st round pick.WR D.J. Moore: Probably a slot receiver in the NFL, he has the quickness for it and could also add value as a returner.CB Mike Hughes: The UCF product is a short but physical corner. He lacks experience which gives a somewhat steeper learning curve as he enters the NFL.CB Isaiah Oliver: He has an elite combination of size and speed but has some technical deficiencies and is a less than stellar tackler.RB Sony Michel: A north-south runner who can run through arm tackles, Michel is a potential first-round talent.OT Kolton Miller: The UCLA product has good size and length Youth Casey Hayward Jersey , but there are questions about his athleticism.C Billy Price: Ohio State’s Price has good strength, but lacks length which is not a huge concern at center. He plays with an edge, but that also occasionally gets him in trouble.DE Arden Key: There are plenty of red flags here, but he has the potential to be a quality pass rusher in the NFL.WR James Washington: He has a limited route tree and was not challenged much by Big 12 defenses, but he gets open deep and makes big plays.WR Christian Kirk: Lacks desirable speed, but he is quick and works well underneath. Probably limited to playing in the slot.DE Sam Hubbard: He has the size and motor to play at DE, but he lacks the athleticism that would allow him to excel as a pass rusher.S Ronnie Harrison: Alabama’s Harrison has the size and athleticism you want from a safety Youth Joe Barksdale Jersey , but he plays a bit out of control and has technical deficiencies.DT Taven Bryan: Florida’s Bryan is a gifted athlete, but he lacks the size necessary to hold up against powerful offensive linemen.LB Malik Jefferson: Jefferson has the size and athleticism you in a linebacker, but his instincts are poor.TE Mark Andrews: He is a matchup problem with his size but he is an unwilling blocker.

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