StLSt. Louis Rams
Robert Quinn
Jan 7: Quinn erased a slow start to his season with 10.5 sacks, 46 tackles and five forced fumbles in 2014. Quinn did struggle with consistency this season, as he had a few games without tackles and didn't register a sack until week six. It was going to be a challenge to match his 19-sack output from 2013, but all in all, it ended up being a decent year for Quinn -- especially with fellow defensive end Chris Long out for the majority of the season.

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Dec 1: Quinn wreaked havoc on the Raiders on Sunday, picking up three sacks, five tackles, and two forced fumbles in a 52-0 win. Quinn had failed to register a single tackle the past two weeks but certainly responded in a big way. Despite rough patches throughout the season, he still has four forced fumbles, 34 tackles, and nine sacks.

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Nov 2: Quinn tallied four tackles, including two sacks and a tackle for loss, in a 13-10 win against the 49ers. Quinn finally seems to have gotten his mojo back, as he has five sacks in three games, after going without for the first five. He and his teammates made Colin Kaepernick's life miserable on Sunday, and Quinn has recaptured the magic that led him to 19.5 sacks last season.

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Oct 27: Quinn had his best game of the season in Sunday's 34-7 loss to the Chiefs, amassing five tackles and two sacks. Quinn is starting to round back into his 2013 form, as he now has three sacks in his last two game after being blanked in the first five contests. He could be in for a monster second half of the season, stats-wise, although the Rams' defense struggled mightily Sunday.

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Oct 20: Quinn finally got his first sack of the season Sunday to go with four tackles and a tackle for loss in a 28-26 win over Seattle. Quinn has been the primary focus of opposing linemen and has been bottled up for the most part this season. Owners have likely given up on him now, but at least for the Rams' sake, they have to hope this is the start of a bounce-back.

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Sep 22: Quinn provided two tackles (one for loss) Sunday but the Rams fell to the Cowboys 34-31. Opposing offensive lines have solved Quinn thus far this season, as he's been held without a sack and to only seven tackles. IDP owners have to be concerned about Quinn's output, as this is an incredibly slow start for the star defensive end.

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Sep 15: Quinn tallied three tackles in a 19-17 win against Tampa Bay on Sunday. It wasn't a huge performance after Quinn signed a monster deal during the week, but the St. Louis defense played well and the Rams got the win. He doesn't have a sack through two games but did start fairly slowly last year as well.

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Sep 13: Quinn signed a four-year, $66.575 million extension with St. Louis on Saturday, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports. Quinn is one of the league's most intimidating defenders, piling up 29.5 sacks in his last 33 games, and he just turned 24 in May. He's an elite athlete with a long history of dominating as a pass rusher, so it's possible that he hasn't even reached his ceiling yet. This deal locks up him through 2019.

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Sep 10: Quinn had two tackles (one for loss) in Sunday's season opener and found out Wednesday that fellow starting defensive end Chris Long will miss 8-to-10 weeks with an ankle injury, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports. Although St. Louis is deep at the defensive end position, William Hayes doesn't attract nearly as much attention as Long did. Quinn may see more double teams than he already would have, and that paired with the Rams' porous run defense hurts Quinn's fantasy prospects.

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