Fantasy Football Defenses: Top Ten You Should Target In 2014

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Sep 19, 2013; Philadelphia, PA, USA; Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Justin Houston (50) during the fourth quarter against the Philadelphia Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field. The Chiefs defeated the Eagles 26-16. Howard Smith-USA TODAY Sports

Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Justin Houston (50) Howard Smith-USA TODAY Sports

Welcome to’s Top 10 Fantasy Rankings.

Every Monday and Friday, I’ll take a look at one position in fantasy football and pick the ten that I think are best at it.

Fantasy Football Top 10’s by Position

August 4th – Top 10 Defenses
August 8th – Top 10 Tight Ends
August 11th – Top 10 Receivers
August 15th – Top 10 Running Backs
August 18th – Top 10 Quarterbacks
August 22nd – Top 10 Sleepers

Today’s post takes a look at fantasy football defenses, one of the most underrated position in fantasy football.

Many league owners choose not to draft a defense until the second to last round, just choosing a random one because, “It’s just defense, who cares?”. My guess is that you do care, or else you wouldn’t be reading this article.

Having a good defense, such as the 2013 Kansas City Chiefs (12.75 points per week), could mean having those couple extra points you need to take your head-to-head matchup against that rival co-worker who always brags about having Peyton Manning on his team.

Who cares about Peyton Manning when you have the Legion of Boom on your side? As the saying goes, “The best offense is a good defense”.

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