A closer look by FFToolbox's Rob Warner at all the fantasy football weapons found in the Windy City…
Young/Houston the next Ogunleye/Brown?
In 2004, Adewale Ogunleye was coming off a Pro Bowl season in which he led the AFC with 15.0 sacks for the Dolphins. As a reward, Miami promptly traded him to the Chicago Bears for receiver Marty Booker. Ogunleye immediately dipped to 5.0 sacks his first year in Chicago. He bounced back with 10.0 sacks in 2005 but never had more than 9.0 sacks for the Bears in any of his following four seasons. Ogunleye accumulated 42 sacks during his six years in the Windy City, or 7.0 per season. While that wasn't the type of production the Bears were hoping for when they traded Booker – who also never matched his pre-trade numbers in Miami – 7.0 sacks per season is nothing to sneeze at. Opposite Ogunleye for all six years was Alex Brown, who himself never had more than 7.0 sacks in a single campaign. Alongside Ogunleye, Brown averaged just...
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