London Fletcher knows a thing or 2 about playing LB in the NFL. Let's let him tell it: “Just formation recognition, being able to react quicker as far as knowing, ‘Okay, [this is] what my responsibility is,’ and so when something happens being able to react just half a step faster because he’s more comfortable in what his responsibility is. He’s light years ahead of where he was just because of that.” That's what Fletcher told the Washington Post about Perry Riley. The 3rd-year LB entered the lineup midway through last season and was a top-20 fantasy LB over the 2nd half. He enters this season with plenty of upside -- a guy you can draft as an LB4 or even LB5 with the potential to deliver consistent LB2 numbers.
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